6 beautiful destinations in India that cling to visitors’ foot
Hawa Mahal Palace:
Hawa Mahal means Wind Palace, built in 1799 as an extension of the Royal Palace in the "pink city" of Jaipur. To meet the stringent requirements at the time, this special architectural space was designed so that women sitting in the palace could still observe the street below without being seen by outsiders.
Hawa Mahal has 953 windows. These beautiful honeycomb moldings help the wind blow through the building, turning it into a perfect summer palace. Other features of the Palace Wind is the strange color characteristics, made of red sandstone materials.
As a symbolic giant in Kashmir, the Dal Lake reflects true to the image of the colorful "boats" of the locals and the imposing Himalayas.
In the winter, Dal Lake may be frozen. In July and August, the lotus blossom here is a great "carpet" that covers the lake. Dal Dal is also known for its floating markets filled with local flowers and vegetables.
Located in Agra city, Uttar Pradesh, the magnificent Taj Mahal is one of India's most popular destinations, attracting visitors from all over the world. Completed in the mid-17th century, the Taj Mahal seems to be all the love Mughal emperor Shah Jahan dedicated to his late wife Mumtaz Mahal.
With its unique symmetrical design and elaborate details, the Taj Mahal is considered a priceless art masterpiece. Thanks to the construction of white marble, the tomb can reflect, magically change the color from time to time in the light of day. In 1983, UNESCO honored the "jewel" of Indian Islamic art as a world heritage.
Also known as Seven Sisters Falls, Nohsngithiang is a beautiful landscape in the state of Meghalaya, one of the wettest in the world. Meghalaya means "shelter of clouds".
In the rainy season, seven streams of Nohsngithiang rush straight down from the limestone cliffs about 315 m high amidst the blue natural scenery. This breathtaking and romantic sight attracts every soul of nature.
Situated on the banks of the Vaigai River in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, the Meenakshi Temple is one of India's most sacred sites. The temple was erected to honor Meenakshi, a form of Parvati in Hinduism.
The magnificent Meenakshi Temple was built in the 14th century, but the remains of a Hindu goddess temple are believed to have existed in the 6th century. The work impresses with the thousands of stately, colorful statues. Every year, the Meenakshi Temple welcomes millions of pilgrims and visitors.
The archipelago of 36 large and small islands in the Indian Ocean will please all who love the sea. The name Lakshadweep in Malayalam and Sanskrit means "one hundred thousand islands".
To the Lakshadweep islands, visitors have the opportunity to temporarily leave the daily rush to relax, enjoy the beautiful scenery and rich flora and fauna here. If you are looking for an ideal honeymoon destination, Lakshadweep is a perfect match for couples.
By: Kalen Jonas