India is the seventh-largest country in the world, surpassing only China in terms of the highest population. It occupies a central spot in South Asia.
India has a rich history dating back to the Indus Valley Civilization (third-millennium BCE), and it is home to a variety of languages, cultures, and ethnicities.
For a better understanding of India’s geographical diversity, you can see the Himalayan Range to the north, where the rivers Ganga & Yamuna run their course. The vast Thar Desert, which lies in the heart Rajasthan, and the backwaters and beaches of Kerala, as well as the lush, unspoiled landscapes of North Eastern India with its Tea Gardens, alpine terrain, and the more well-known, less known, but equally beautiful, areas of North Eastern India.
Tourists travel to India to see the Taj Mahal marble tomb, one of seven wonders of our world, and the royal palaces, forts, and forts, of Rajasthan. They also visit the Himalayan peaks, or one of India’s beautiful northern hill stations. The lush backwaters in Kerala, Goan beaches, and the Bodh Gaya Buddhist pilgrimage site are just a few of the other points of interest.