India is the oldest country surrounded by water on three sides: the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea and, of course, the Indian Ocean. In northern India there are majestic Himalayas. The Holy Ganges originates in the glaciers of the Himalayas, and flows into the Bay of Bengal – the center of pilgrimage for Indians and tourists. Only on the banks of the Ganges one can still see the fascinating ritual cremation of the dead and bathing in sacred water.
The capital of India, Delhi, is situated on the territory of ancient cities and capitals, many of which are preserved places: the temples, tombs and ancient palaces.
The modern sights of Delhi also attract the attention of tourists: the famous Indian Gate, Lakshmi Temple, Parliament House, the Museum of Crafts, Pearl Mosque, the Gallery of Modern Art and, of course, the miracle of light – the column of metal.
On the island of Mumbai there are many informative and interesting museums, parks, churches (St. John), caves (Kanehri) and many temples.
In India there is tropical climate: in winter the temperature drops below 15 C and in summer rises to 40 and all this is accompanied by high humidity and abundant rainfall.
India has the second largest population (after China). Various ethnic groups live in the territory of India: marath, hindustant, punjabi, biharts, and many others.
People who prefer just simply relax on the beach will appreciate the resorts of Goa. More than a hundred kilometers of amazing beaches will please the most discerning travelers. Everything else, in Goa you can not just bask under the Indian sun, and also visit ancient abodes and temples of ancient India.
India is a repository of spiritual, cultural and other values, and by visiting this country, everyone will find there something for himself, his soul and mind.