To other places in the world you may go as a tourist but to the land of wonders and ecstasy that is India, you must always travel as a pilgrim.
Nestling in the lap of Himalayan high reaches, the valley of Kashmir situated at the crown of the Indian land exudes a beauty so ethereal that it can make a poet out of any man.
To the north of Leh, in the province of Ladakh- the ‘Land of the High Passes’, lies a stretch of high altitude cold desert where double-humped Bactrian Camels roam about the rugged landscapes.
Embraced with amazing dense forests, monasteries of old antiquity, snow-covered mountains, valleys, glacial lakes, and plummeting waterfalls, the north-east of the country is nothing short of the magic that is India.
Darjeeling, one of the popular summer havens in the hills in India from the times of British Raj, this little town is known to the world for its special aromatic tea plantations.
Moving North of the country again, you will come upon Rishikesh—a spiritual town laid out on the banks of the holy river Ganges and known to the world as the Yoga Capital of the World.