Tourism to India

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Tourism to India

In 2003, the number of visitors to India reached about 2.726.214 visitors, 34% of whom came from Europe. Among the most important tourist attractions in India are festivals, theater, and distinctive Indian music, food and dance. One of the main tourist attractions in India is the Jama Mosque in Delhi, And the holy river Ganges to which the pilgrims, Mumbai, and Bodhjaya Temple come, where Buddha is believed to have attained enlightenment, the caves of the Ajanta temple, the Chennai, the Red Fort, the Amber Palace in Jaipur, the Taj Mahal in Agra, the wildlife sanctuaries, and the many temples and tombs scattered in all Throughout the country, some tourist attractions are shown in this article J India.

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is the most famous building in India, and it is also the world’s most famous testament to the power of love. Emperor Shah Jahan built it to house the remains of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal, upon her death in 1631 AD. It took 20,000 workers 22 years to complete it, and the building is filled with white marble decorated with floral patterns. Inlaid with diamonds and precious stones, it includes many elements of Islamic architecture such as arches, minarets, and domes.

the Red Castle

Shah Jehan built the Red Fort in New Delhi in 1648 AD as a base of the Mughal force, and it continued so until 1857 AD, and it was named so because of the red sandstone used in its construction, and its area is approximately two kilometers surrounded by a large trench, and one of the most famous features is the Lahore Gate, the main entrance to the castle, and a gate Delhi that the Emperor used once for ceremonial occasions.

The golden temple

The Golden Temple is located in Amritsar, which was founded by Guru Ram Das, the fourth teacher of Sikh religion in 1577 AD, which is the spiritual capital of Sikhs, and the golden temple attracts tourists from all over the world.

Varanasi

Varanasi is considered one of the best spiritual places in India, and this holy city is closely related to the Ganges River, and it performs most of its rituals on its banks, and this city also provides insight into the ancient Indian traditions.

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