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India Tourism

India offers myriad flavours mingling in the steam of a country coming of age.Teeming with over a billion people who voice over a million concerns in fifteen hundred different languages, India is where people live with variety, thrive on diversity and are too familiar with largeness to let it boggle them.

Travellers and tourists to India may however not find it so undaunting. Mud huts and mansions face off across city streets and lurid luxury and limp living are inhabitants of the same lane. Just like in the 'masala' box in every Indian kitchen, measures of Calm and "Kaam" (work)craft the people of India. In this beautiful and bountiful land that is India, events, experiences and sensations heap themselves on the tourist at every step. India will be one of the most stimulating places you’ll ever visit, so you must visit.

Come savour the flavours of India - the spice in life beckons!

Some interesting facts about India you probably didn't know:

The game of 'chess' was invented in India.

India as a country has the largest number of post offices in the world!

The Indian Railways is one of the largest employer in the world - 1.6 million employees at the last count and the first train to run in India was between Mumbai (then Bombay) and Thane in 1853.

Zero in the number system was invented in India by the renowned mathematician Aryabhatta!

India is the only country that has 300,000 active mosques.


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