India, the land of various cultures. I feel lucky to be born in such a great country. It is not only famous for its culture but also its cheap space research, beautiful monuments, so many rivers, religious diversity and much more. So without wasting time lets jump right into knowing this country more closely.
India gain its independence from British rule on 15 August, 1947. With help of great leaders like B.R. Ambedkar our constitution was made, which was completed on 26 November, 1949 and was imposed on 26 January, 1950 marking the beginning of worlds largest Democracy.
Since then its greatness has increased only. Its glory is increased by its great hierarchical monuments which include Taj Mahal, Red Fort, Kutub Minar, Char Minar and many more. People from all around the globe come to admire the beauty of these monuments.
Second reason why people love to visit India is its street food. It contains lots of spices and has large variety. Moreover eating good food won’t cost you a fortune here. Just go out in street and you will found vendor selling kulchas, panni puri, tikki, burger, chowmein etc.
- In Punjab: paranthas, lassi, makki ki rotti with sarson ka saag.
- In Maharashtra: Vada pao, masal pao, pohha, puran poli.
- In Rajasthan: Dal bhati churma, Kachori, Kalakand, Gujia.
- In Gujrat: Thepla, Khandvi, Undhiyu, Fafda Jalebi
- In Kolkata: Kathi roll, Roshogolla, Sondesh, Mughlai parantha, Fish curry.
- In Hyderabad(Telangana): Biryani, Haleem, Keema Samosa, Kebabs.
- In South India: Dosa, Idli, Vada, Uthapam, Banana chips, coconut water
By this time you may have water in your mouth. If you are worried about traveling in different parts of India, don’t worry we have facility for that too. Major cities are well connected and have facility to travel by road, rail or by air. Most of people in India travel through trains, which is worlds 4th largest network and cheap too.
So what are you waiting for plan your trip now.
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