One of India’s most fascinating and unique regions, the Punjab, comprises the Indian half of the province divided after Partition. Home to a majority of India’s Sikh population, India’s Punjab is one of the nation’s most prosperous states, and a rewarding destination for any traveler.
Ashish Solanki grew up in a village near India’s famous Taj Mahal. He became a private Viator guide after graduating university and for the past three years has led travelers from around the world through the famous and not-so-famous sites in Agra and New Delhi.
India is one of the most colorful, vibrant and exciting places to visit anywhere on the planet, no matter the time of year, but there’s something special about visiting during one of the nation’s many festivals and celebrations. These annual events represent some of the best festivals in India for travelers, and are each worthy of consideration as you plan your trip.
While Udaipur might be most famous for its exquisite forts and palaces, its religious architecture is worth exploration as well. If you’re interested in learning more about Indian religion during your stay, consider visiting some of these temples of Udaipur.
While many visitors come to Goa for its beaches and laid back hippie reputation, it’s just as worthy of a visit for its fascinating history and heritage – a blend of Indian and Portuguese influences that have made Goa what it is today. Set aside a few days of your itinerary to visit some of Goa’s historical attractions, and you won’t regret it.