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Attractions to see in India
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India. These are Ayurveda and Wellness Resorts, that we whole
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India is a well
known for its ancient heritage and culture. Many cultural practices,
languages, customs, architecture of forts, palaces and monuments
showcase this co-mingling over centuries. Rajasthan, one of the most
popular tourist attractions among Indian Heritage tours.
visit Rajasthan to explore the charm and culture of Rajasthan. They
also visit the popular forts and palaces of Rajasthan. Popular forts
and palaces are Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Fort, Jaigarh Fort,
Chittorgarh Fort, Mehrangarh Fort, Junagarh Fort, Umaid Bhawan
subcontinent has a rich and varied biodiversity to boast of. Infact,
the country is home to some of the most rare as well as magnificent
wild animals. Most of the wild animals of India are being protected
from poaching as well as habitat loss through the numerous national
parks and wildlife sanctuaries.
subcontinent is a bird watcher's paradise. There are a large number of
resident birds in India, some native and some introduced. However, all
of them today beautifully reflect the rich natural life of the
country. One can also find some of the rarest wild bird species in the
Birds in India
subcontinent plays host to a number of migratory birds in summers as
well as winters. It is estimated that over hundred species of
migratory birds fly to India, either in search of feeding grounds or
to escape the severe winter of their native habitat. The numerous
wildlife sanctuaries set up in the country...
species is well represented in the country of India. Infact, the
subcontinent is home to as many as 447 species of reptiles (census
1994). One can find crocodile inhabiting the rivers, swamps and lakes
of India. Then, there is its cousin, known as gharial, which is found
in a number...
subcontinent boasts of housing approximately 10 percent of the total
snake species found in the world, adding up to somewhere around 200
species in number. From warm seas to semi-deserts, swamps, lakes and
even the Himalayan glaciers, one can find snakes in almost all...
luxuriant rain forests, however, lie on the southwestern coast, in
Kerala where the lagoons are canopied by coconut trees, leading to the
longest uninterrupted stretch of rain forests in the country. The
andaman Islands and Arunachal Pradesh are other regions with well
preserved rain forests.