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Essay, Paragraph or Speech on “Incredible India” Complete Essay, Speech for Class 10, Class 12 and Graduation and other classes.

Incredible India

India is a land apart, a destination like no other; mysterious-, colorful, exotic, and always memorable. A visit to the country is a changing spectacle of religions, customs, festivals, sights and sounds. With a historical backdrop of 5,000 years, India is one big package of culture and legend that never fails to captivate the imagination of the visitor. From the moment that one sets foot in India to be greeted by a graceful Namaste, a gesture that denotes both welcome and respect, one is on his Way to the most rewarding experience of his life.

India is a land of fascination! Millions of tourists from all parts of the world find contentment in the exhilarating mountains, beautiful Kashmir, the soothing backwaters at Kerala, the golden & tranquil beaches, the enchanting waterfalls, the vast Indo-Gangetic plains and lush tropical jungles teeming with wildlife; the countless exquisite arts forms, the exotic costumes, the enchanting music and the majestic elephant rides.

India presents a vivid kaleidoscope of landscapes, magnificent historical sites, rich cultures, cuisines & festivities, intricately carved temples, gleaming medieval palaces, monastic retreats and the dusty backwoods of the countryside. Modem India presents a picture of unity in diversity where mesmerizing peoples of different faiths and beliefs live together in peace and harmony.

At any part of the year India can offer a dazzling array of destinations and experiences. In summer, when the subcontinent is sizzling, there are spectacular retreats amidst the heady beauty of the Himalayas or lush heights of the Western Ghats. In the cool of an Indian winter, cities come alive with cultural feasts of music and dance. One can taste the delights of the Indian monsoon – on a camel safari in the Rajasthan desert when nature comes alive and the peacocks dance; along the west coast where the relentless slanting rain paints the countryside in brilliant greens.

In exotic India, one can live like a Maharaja in the rich ambiance of royal forts and palaces that are now heritage hotels; luxuriate in the serene beauty of a coral island with its turquoise lagoon; participate in the exuberance of a village fair or a colorful festival; day dream on a house boat; delight in the grace of a dancer or Shop – buying exquisite silks, carved figurines, brass and silverware, marble inlaid with semi-precious stones, finely crafted jewellery, miniature paintings, carpets, etc. at unbelievable prices.

India holds plenty of gems for the tourists which one would never tire of. Some of these attractions are:

Kerala — National Geographic Traveller has classified it as one of the ’50 must see destinations’ in the world. It is the land of spices and is well-known for it’s famed Ayurvedic massages.

Goa – Also known as ‘the pearl of the east’ and for its Gothic churches as well as the cashew brew called `feni’.

Palace on Wheels: On board this royal train, for seven days, relish the lifestyle of the kings of yore as one tours the majestic forts and splendid palaces of Rajasthan. The highlight of the trip is a visit to the Taj Mahal.

Kashmir, It has been likened to paradise, well known for the wooden houseboats in Dal Lake, saffron and `cashmere’ shawls. One can now enjoy vast expanses of tulip farming undertaken to attract more tourists.

There are scores of other natural, cultural and historical sites such as Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh; Corbett National Park in Uttar Pradesh; Shirnia and Kullu Manali in Himachal Pradesh, Darjeeling in West Bengal; Gangtok in Sikkim, ‘Kanchenjunga’ in the great Himalayas and the world spectacular Andaman islands, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Red Fort in Delhi; Fatehpur Sikri, Meenakshi temple in Tamil Nadu; the Tirupati Balaji temple, Andhra Pradesh, Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry; Ajanta-Ellora caves, Maharashtra, etc. that adorn India.

India, always warm and inviting, is a place of infinite variety – one that favours a visitor with a different facet of its fascination every time he comes.


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