India, also known as the Republic of India is the seventh-largest country in the whole world. It is also the second-most populous country with over 1.2 billion people. It is accompanied by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast. Its bordering neighbor countries are Nepal, China, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Myanmar. India is a pluralistic, multilingual, multi-ethnic society with one of the largest diversity of wildlife and natural habitat.
India is famous for its iconic landmarks and cultural society. Every ethnic group in India has different customs, dresses, lifestyles, foods which differ from each other. It is clear that there is plenty of cultural diversity. Taj Mahal, the iconic domed Mughal mausoleum is certainly the major attraction of India. Ganges, also known is a trans-boundary river in Asia which flows through India. The Ganges is a holy attraction for Hindus. This river offers some exciting rafting opportunities. The Amer Fort is a 16th century hilltop fort and palace which is famous for its architecture. The Red Fort is another Iconic 1600s imperial residence and museum famed for its architectural design. India is also well gifted with natural landmarks. Munsiyari offers some amazing panoramic views of lovely snow-capped Himalayas. Being a large nation, there are remotest place to discover. The Zanskar Valley is one of the remotest places in India situated in Ladakh. Zanskar range is a vivid mountain range that isolates Spiti and Ladakh. Jaisalmer, also known as the jewel of desert lies near the state capital Jaipur in Rajasthan. This Golden city comprises some iconic jewels like grand fort, palaces and various ornate Jain temples. Goa is another major attractions f