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India has everything from tropical beaches to historical cities, and is home to some of the world's oldest traditions. The diversity is breathtaking and travellers visit India to explore its forests, forts, tea plantations and to indulge in its culinary delights; it’s an explicit attack on the senses. The country also has accommodation available from bungalows to traditional residences for visitors to really get into the thick of things.
India's spicey cuisine
One dish available everywhere is thali; small portions of rice, dal, vegetables, chutney, roti and yoghurt, all served on a steel platter or banana leaf. Delhi has a thriving street food scene which offers delicious chat and parathas (fried flat bread).
Goa serves up mouthwatering spicy seafood and Rajasthan is known for its dal baati churma (small wheat rolls) with lentils flavoured with garlic, chilli and coriander – one of the city’s most popular dishes.
Excursion destinations around India
There are many fascinating attractions in India, but to see them all would take a lifetime. Highlights include the iconic Taj Mahal in Agra where people flock every day to see the majestic mausoleum with its white domes.
Visit Amritsar's Golden Temple to gaze at the white marble with gold leaf. Look out from Mehrangarh Fort over the blue city of Jodhpur or head to Ranthambore National Park where you might see tigers, leopards and crocodiles.
Holi is the festival of colours and is celebrated countrywide with everyone gathering in the streets in a riotous explosion of colour to rejoice in good over evil. October sees Navratri, a celebration for the goddess Devi where statues are taken to the holy waters of the Ganges.
The happiest of all the festivals must surely be Diwali. In October, thousands of lights in windows, temples and houses sparkle as friends and families come together to jubilate in light over darkness.
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