Best 25 Vastu Shastra Tips and Ideas in India

What is Vastu Shastra: It’s an ancient Indian devout knowledge that brings peace, harmony and success in life by eradicating negative energy and attracting positive energies around us and in our home. One thing is obvious that we spend most of our time inside a home, office or under any building. And in India, it is very strongly believed that all things in the universe have a level of divine force associated with them. And for this reason, it is said that all buildings and even the land have vibrations of energy which is somehow interlinked. It is assumed that there are many different energies generated through the atmosphere like cosmic energy, solar energy, lunar energy, thermal energy, wind energy, light energy etc. These energies can be arranged properly to bring in prosperity, achievements and peace in life and at home.  And here Vastu Shastra plays a vital role to make the favourable atmosphere around us and sometimes change bad vibrations into a positive one.

You must have noticed that many People often ask astrologer that what can be done to bring more money, health, assets, and prosperity in a house or in our lives. Below we are going to share with you great tips that would be very beneficial in the long-term scenario. To begin with, we will primarily focus on 4 vital things to enjoy all the peace and happiness in your life and remove any Vastu dosh:

Vastu Main Door1.) Main Door – Always keep your main door entrance dirt free and door neatly painted and clean. Use a bright light at entrance above the door. Make main door size big and wide (in breadth). Always use name plate on your main door. Make sure that all doors in the house are noise-free (doesn’t produce cracking sound while opening and closing). Entry to the main door must be free of any obstacle such as, from any cable, pole or any vehicle.

Vastu Shastra2.) North-East Corner – is considered very significant place according to Vastu, because this is a place of deity. And for that reason, this area is used to make a place of worship or puja room inside a house. It must be always clean and clutter free as it’s a main source of prosperity or wealth in the house. You can set aquarium on this place or can even keep decorated water fountain as a showpiece.

Best Vastu Tips3.) South-west Corner – It is believed that to keep all wealth like money, jewellery, property papers, etc in south-west corner of the house brings luck and keep on increasing your current capital. You can set your vault (tijori) or Almirah / lockers/ cupboard at this location of the house, facing north-east. You can even place mirror inside your vault to augment cash and jewellery, as mirror reflect things twice over. Try not to keep any cash (or inside the locker) under a beam, it may cause financial crisis or loss in business.

Meditation in Vastu Shastra4.) Meditation: It is believed that meditating at one particular area for a long time create cosmic power in that place and even makes pious and positive. Meditation is also essential to feel good all the time, live a happy life and to eliminate all negative feelings, worries, anxiety and all other factors that make us distressing. The mind, heart, and body can improve with regular meditation. We must try to meditate 10-15 minutes daily on regular basis, every day. If possible do it in morning and also in evening. As said above, Mediation gives immense internal strength and free from stress or physical problem. The north-east direction is the best place for meditation.


Above Vastu directions were major instructions one ought to follow at-least once in a lifetime. However, we have also revealed 25 other strong tips that would help to make a change in life for betterment and  to remove any Vastu dosh:

  1. Vastu Shastra is all about attracting more and more positive energies. You can attract these energies by following simple trick like always washing your feet and hands once you come back home.
  2. Blow Shankh (cone shell) every morning and always place it in your puja room or any place you worship. It has many health as well as wealth significance in life.
  3. Value food and never to waste it. Take only that quantity which you can consume. If sometimes, you are unable to eat then don’t throw your food in the trash or keep long in the kitchen. Rather give to animals or birds.
  4. The bedroom should be planned in a south-west direction to enhance the relationships and try not to keep a broom in the room.
  5. Any tap or plumbing leakage in a home is not considered good according to Vastu.  Repair it as soon as possible. As it drains finances from a house.
  6. The roof of a house must be clear and clean. And never keep any kind of useless scrap on roof-top, like any kind of junk.
  7. Placing pyramids in the house is good and effective. It must be placed in the centre of the house, a particular room or even an energetic key point.
  8. Make sure all clocks in the house are working properly giving accurate time and not halt. Stop watches brings all finances to stand still.
  9. Sharp corners or sharp things in-house in not consider good in Vastu Shastra. As they act as energy spears and create stress in the nervous system.
  10. Keeping money plant in north zone attracts money and better job opportunity.
  11. At the entrance of main door place an Om Sign or Swastik Sign or simply a picture of Ganesha.
  12. Drainage/Sewerage pipes should be fitted in the north direction of your house.
  13. The wife should always sleep on the left side of the husband.
  14. Use soothing colours while you are doing the interiors of your bedroom. Soft furnishings and soothing colours for painting walls can enhance your married life relationships.
  15. Place natural green plants in the bathroom to remove negativity and bring colour brightness.
  16. Always light lamps, candles, divas or incense stick at home, every morning and evening this process removes all negativity and any evil eye.
  17. The kitchen must be in the south-east corner of the house. If not possible then make sure your gas stove is placed in the south-east direction. Or else north-west corner is the second best option.
  18. According to Vastu, a lemon in a glass of water keeps negative energy away.  And this water must be changed every Saturday.
  19. Keep medicines away from the kitchen.
  20. Keep holy water (Gangajal) at the corners of the house and change it every week or so.
  21. Do not paste too many pictures of God or Goddess in a home. Hollow sculpture of any deity is also not good. Moreover, keeping God’s idol which is more than 10 inches is considered inauspicious.
  22. There should not be any mirrors in the bedroom. If you have, try to cover mirror at night. As according to Vastu, it leads to ill health and increases family internal fights.
  23. Use wind chimes to kill negative energy and help the positive energy to flow easily.
  24. Salt is a healer, placing salt bowls in the corners of the house or mainly in toilets helps to absorb all the negative energy.
  25. And lastly, to maintain the harmony and joy in your home it is important that you perform the Navagraha puja or Ganesh puja at least once in three years. Puja helps to remove any Vastu dosha from the house.

If your house is built with these principles, you will enjoy all the peace and happiness in your life. You can even download or save Vastu-Shastra Chart – giving directions of rooms in a home below:

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Ancient India and its Civilization History

Ancient India was not the same from what its look now. It was an undisputed vast land and amalgamation of 7-8 countries of today’s Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Srilanka, Bhutan, and Burma (See right the map of Ancient India). And history of this country – India can be outlined from the human activities that existed since 75,000 years ago. It was one of the three early places where human civilization began. The species known as Homo-Sapiens inhabited our sub-continent centuries before humans migrated to other territory known as Europe. Lets us understand all this below by different phases through which Ancient India embarked itself, starting from:


Prehistoric Era:

Well, not much-written records are available in relation to prehistoric India but it is considered that period before 10000 B.C. was known as Stone Age or Prehistoric Era. It was a time when Pre-historic people used stones to kill, work and protect. They used stone tools to kill animals, make leather clothes, craft sandstone pottery, artifacts and other metals. The history of art in ancient India begins with prehistoric rock paintings. But as humans, it was a period of immense struggle and facing huge problems from surroundings and Nature. In concise, we can divide Prehistoric phase into 3 stages namely; the Paleolithic (Old Stone Age), Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age), Neolithic (New Stone Age).


Indus Valley Civilization:

Then came the first ever civilization of Ancient India, known as Indus Valley Civilization. It is also acknowledged as Harappa Civilization or Bronze Age civilization. Indus Civilization mainly covered region of South Asia (Pakistan, north India, and small division of Afghanistan). It got its name through eminent river Indus flowing from the Himalayas. It is estimated that Indus Civilization had a population of over five million. Inhabitants of this civilization were known to be skilled with amazing techniques in handicraft such as carnelian products, seal carving and working with metal using copper, tin, bronze, and lead. The Indus cities were also well noted for their urban development e.g. using baked brick in constructing houses for strength and safety, clever water supply and drainage systems. The phase of the Indus civilization lasted from 2600 to 1900 BCE.


Dravidian Period:

Dravidian PeriodDravidians were actually tribal people who migrated from north India (and still their followers exists in southern part of India known as Gond people and Kannadigaru Dravidians from Karnataka, northern Kerala, southern Maharashtra, and northwest part of Tamil Nadu). It was believed that Dravidian people are actually part of Indus valley civilization. And later Aryans (Indo-Iranian people who migrated from Middle-East and Europe in tribes) pushed out Dravidian with Warfare’s from Northern Province of India to the southern part. But whether, Dravidian Empire is related to Indus Valley Civilization or not is still a big controversy. The most commonly spoken Dravidian languages still in India are Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Brahui and Tulu. Dravidians were, in fact, peaceable farmers who have dark complexion, dark black hair and large foreheads. Because of these bodily similarities, another anecdote depicts that Dravidians have an African origin and they migrated from Africa and reached South India passing through the southern route about 50,000 years ago. Because of rivers and fertile soil they stayed in India in large numbers than other parts of the globe. In short, Dravidians were a very trendy and skilled race of community.


Vedic Era:

Vedic EraThe Vedic Period or Civilization refers to that time period when the Vedic Textbook were written in India from 1500 BC to 500 BCE. Following the fall down of the Indus Valley Civilization, groups of Indo-Aryan peoples migrated into north-western India and started to inhabit the northern Indus Valley. Initially, Vedic age people did not have a settled life and were nomads but with growth in agriculture sector these people started to settle down in groups. The early society was mainly tribal and the head of the tribe was believed to be the ‘Raja’ or the King, although the concept of King had not developed yet. Later, as time progressed, Vedic Age turned into civilization and some privileged people initiated a great religion; know as Hinduism and started writing classical literature in a beautiful language know as Sanskrit. Vedic Period got illustrious because of four famous Vedas – the Rigveda, the Yajurveda, the Samaveda, and the Atharvaveda written in God’s own language – Sanskrit. Sanskrit is considered one of the oldest languages in the world. It was also the period when the epic Vedic Sanskrit texts – Ramayana and Mahabharata originated. The Vedic age is considered the very important era in Indian history. As it lays the foundation for what we consider to be modern Hinduism or modern-day India.


Mahajanapadas or Magadha Era:

Mahajanapadas of Ancient-IndiaWith the end of Vedic era, ‘Lord Krishna’ Kingdom – Dwarka is believed to evolve. It is known as world’s most Ancient City. Besides that many other small kingdoms known as the Mahajanapadas also covered our sub-continent and flourished from between 600 BCE to 200 BCE. Basically, the Mahajanapadas were the sixteen most powerful and vast Kingdoms namely; Anga, Assaka, Avanti, Chedi, Gandhara, Kamboja, Kasi, Kosala, Kuru, Magadha, Malla, Matsya, Panchala, Surasena, Vajji and Vatsa located mainly across the fertile Indo-Gangetic plains. There were a number of other smaller kingdoms stretching the length and breadth of Ancient India. But Magadha (among 16 Mahajanapadas or great states) was believed to be the rich source of minerals and also from the agricultural aspect. It was founded by Jarasandha (son of brihadrath). Magadha growth started under Haryanakas and expanded under Shishunags and later into Nanda dynasty and Maurya dynasty. Actually, from 6th century to 4th century BC we see a great power struggle between 4 powerful states (Kosala, Avanti, Vasta and Magadha) to conquer each other and rest of Ancient India region. Apart from this, Magadha era is also alleged to be an origin of Buddhist and Jain religion. And, Gautama Buddha attained enlightenment in this era somewhere in 537 BC.


Upanishads and Puranas Era:

Upanishad EraSomewhere about 800 BCE to 400 BCE witnessed the amazing work of the ‘Upanishads and Puranas’. It was the time when many Saints, Deity, Sadhus, Gurus evolved and taught humans about the spiritual path, some in writing and others verbally. Those who wrote their teachings were called Upanishads and Puranas (Holy Hindu Textbook). Upanishads are basically a new form of Sanskrit scripts known as Vedanta which tell us about the concepts of ‘karma’ (action), ‘moksha’ (nirvana), ‘samsara’ (reincarnation), the aatma (soul), and the ‘Brahman’ (Absolute Almighty). Upanishads also teaches us the Vedic doctrines of self-realization, meditation, and yoga. There are major 18 Puranas (holy textbooks) which all in simple terms explains about tough Vedic Teachings in Sanskrit. In Short, this era enlightens more about teachings of the spiritual path and secret knowledge from guru or master.


Great Ancient Empire Era:

Ancient EmpiresAs we noted above, Magadha era was the main foundation of Kings and their monarchy settlement in India. Many decades later, out of Magadha, came out the Maurya Empire, which was considered the first major historical Indian realm and absolutely the largest one formed by any Indian Emperor. This dynasty was ruled by Chandragupta Maurya with the help of his intellectual Guru Chanakya. It was said that to turn back Alexander the Great from invading northwest India, Chandragupta Maurya took over Magadha and created the Maurya Empire. And after a treaty with Alexander’s generals (soon after Alexander death), the empire acquired territory till Afghanistan and Iran. Chandragupta grandson, Ashoka the Great is also famous for winning countless battles and conquering almost entire India till south during his terrain. After that, with time came many other important empires such as Kushan Empire, Gupta Empire, Pratihara Empire and Chola Empire.  To mention all about these empires is massive work. You can search on Google about these dynasties or just by typing Medieval India History.


Muslim Invading India Era

Ancient MuslimsMuslim conquering Indian subcontinent mainly took place from period 11th to the 16th centuries. When ‘Gupta Empire’ was replaced by the rule of ‘Harshavardhan’ and with the invasion of the ‘Huns’, India fell into anarchy and split into small realms and somehow was lacking to unite themselves to fight against invading forces. Muslim took advantage of this anarchism and tried to capture India through routes of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Muhammad of Ghazni was the first Muslim ruler of Ghazi kingdom (based in Afghanistan) to attack India. He had heard that India was a very wealthy nation and there was no unity among Indian Kings. So he decided to spread Islam in this nation and to take wealth back to his nation. Consequently, he looted India 17 times and killed thousands of innocent Hindu to mark his presence. Soon after Ghazi death, another rulers from Afghanistan came into power known as Muhammad Gori. He conquered Lahore and attached ‘Rajput’ Kingdoms several times. When Gori decided to leave India he handed over all his power and kingdom also known as Delhi Sultanate to one of his close slave Qutub-din-Aibak. He made famous Qutub Minar in Delhi to show his authority. He later conquered Bengal and southern part of India. Aibak gave his kingdom to another slave (and also his son-in-law) known as Shamsuddin Iltutmish, who stopped Genghis Khan (ruler from Mongolia) to invade India. This era was also known as Slave Dynasty era. There after came many famous dynasties such as Khilji Dynasty (Ruler – Alauddin Khilji), Tughlaq Dynasty (Ruler- Muhammad Tughlaq), and lastly Lodhi Dynasty (Pashtuns/Afghans Rulers). In 1526 Mughals Invaded India and put end to Delhi Sultanate Regime.

Till here we mark a period known as primeval or ancient India with its Civilization History (as we sum-up our tour to Ancient India). We have tried our level best to tell our viewers about pre-historic India with ideal facts and information. But still, if you find any mismatch of dates or any information misleading so kindly correct us via commenting below or through email with appropriate proof/example.

Current Local Time In India

India Standard Time is five and a half hours advance of the Universal Time standard, written as time zone of UTC + 5:30. It means you must add five and a half hours from Coordinated Universal Time to find the standard time in the zone.

India Standard Time falls under nonstandard time zone because it does not have an hourly incremental difference like most other zones. Instead, there’s an additional 30 minute time difference between this zone and standard time. India and Sri Lanka remain on India Standard Time all year long and do not make any changes for Daylight Saving.

India Time in Digital Format

Time is very valuable and indispensable! Whether you are:

  1. Just confirming the current time to make an International phone call to India.
  2. Planning an online meeting.
  3. A small tour or trip.
  4. Late night chat online.
  5. To make an appointment or
  6. To book a Movie Ticket, confirming the current & accurate time is necessary.

Time is what we just need to see all the time. Our all daily work is scheduled just after watching time. We eat breakfast on time, we go office on time and we sleep on time.

India Time in Analog Format

We tried hard to make certain the time and information presented above to be faultless but still, we make no guaranteed that Time in India mentioned above will be absolutely accurate (sometimes due to some server error). Therefore please make the second check before proceeding ahead.

6 Important Tips for Buying Homes in India

Buying a new home in India can be an exhausting experience, both financially and emotionally. However, with the right guidance, one can overcome the hindrances involved. Here are six vital considerations for the first time home buyers that will help them prevent any feud or problems.

  1. Decide your purpose – It is better to determine what you require from your property before purchasing it. Are you buying it to transform your rent money into mortgage payments, in order to avoid them go to waste? Or you are planning to purchase your dream home? Some people also invest in properties with a motive to give them on rent and make a sound income from the property every month. Zeroing down your objective will help you identify the property, area, and locality, as you will buy the property according to your need; whether you are looking for a condo, or a single-family house, or a multi-family building.
  2. Get the feature list ready – Next is to make a checklist of the things you like and dislike. The property should fulfill your desires as much as possible. Your list must include basic desires such as easy connectivity to main roads, safe surroundings, and proper electric and water supply. Moving forth, you can also see if the smaller details match your taste like the bathroom layout and the kitchen décor.
  3. Check for Home Loan – Before making any commitment, check how much loan are you eligible for. The bank or the lender should be willing to lend you the amount you require to purchase your dream property. However, it may happen that you think you can afford an INR one crore, but the bank considers you to be eligible for only seventy lakhs depending upon factors such as your salary, the number of other debts that you have taken, the stability of your job, etc.
  4. Calculate Down Payment – Based on the loan you are eligible to receive from the bank, calculate how much money you can put in the down payment. Along with checking the property taxes in your nearby areas, have a look at the monthly installments you will have to pay. In addition, estimating the cost of maintenance and insurance is also advisable. Lastly, analyze the finishing cost of the property.
  5. Finalize the property – Now comes the challenge of looking for the property. Identify the locality and properties that interest you and meet your requirements. You can consult your real estate agent for his opinion, check online listings, and ask your friends if they know of a property that fits your budget. Post finalizing the property; do remember to verify all the necessary legal documents, which will prevent you from a treachery. These documents must include the Title Deed, Commencement Certificate, building layout, Completion Certificate, and the Occupancy Certificate.
  6. Send your proposal – Once you have inspected the home and you are completely satisfied with all the available amenities and infrastructure, you can decide on the amount you are prepared to shell out for that particular property. Consult your agent in this decision and ask him to make an offer to the seller. The seller should either agree with your offer or propose a counter-offer.

Once the cost is finalized, you should move forward to complete the paperwork and close the deal. The legal documentation involved in the purchase of a property is almost the same everywhere in the country, whether you buy a flat in Chennai or a villa in Bangalore.

10 Most Popular MLM (Multi-Level Marketing) Companies in India

In some point of our life we all have done marketing at different time phase. Like in school we sell coupons to neighbors and family for school fete or for Red Cross seminars. And in college we help promote our friend new business in campus. All this is part of marketing or direct selling. MLM is no different, it is network marketing in which you make a chain of numbers of people under you. Let us understand this below:

Multi-level-marketing

As you can see in above diagram, you stay at top as leader and below build your own team. You motivate and expect your team as salespeople to sell products directly to consumers by means of relationship referrals and word of mouth marketing. In MLM marketing there is good amount of profit of margin which is possible only because of no retailer or distributor involvement. This entire bulk profit is shared among chain in predefined percentage. Below we have listed top 10 MLM companies in India.


Amway1.) Amway
– is one of the first company in India that projected ‘Direct Selling‘ concept in 90’s. In short, its the biggest and very popular name in the field of MLM . It was founded by Mr. Richard DeVos & Jay Van Andel in year 01/01/1959. It gave thousand of people side business as well as part time job opportunity. Some got it so well that they quit their permanent job and started earning 6 figure income in short span of time. Till date, more than 1.5 million ABO (Amway Business Owners) and prospects have joined Amway just in India.


Tupperware2.) Tupperware – is second largest MLM concept company that projects direct selling of their products through members in India. Company was started by Mr. Earl Silas Tupper in 1948. Tupperware is just about leak proof ‘Plastic Containers’. And remarkably it got so famous that it is now listed under fortune 500 company. Their Head Office is in Gurgaon, India. Their main target are housewife and career women to accomplish selling task.


avon3.) AvonStarted selling beauty products for women through direct marketing. Within few years, company was considered as world most admire beauty case products for women, and listed in fortune 500 company as Direct Selling Company dedicated only to Women. It was founded by Ms Sheri McCoy in year 01/01/1886 from New York, U.S.A. Their main office is in Gurgaon, India.


Modicare4.) Modicare – is first Indian company to bring MLM concept in year 1996. It was founded by Mr. Samir Modi  and in short time it became the biggest direct selling boom business opportunity for many Indian. They have large network today with somewhat 2.5 lakh members with widest range of products as compare to other network marketing companies. You can Join Modicare Here by entering Sponsor MCA No: 88539856.


Oriflame5.) Oriflame – is another beauty product company which was founded in year 1967 in Sweden by two brothers Jonas af Jochnick and Robert af Jochnick. Its a leading cosmetic brand of the world believes in the core of direct selling.  They are developing new beauty business center across India and inspiring programmes that help to develop their own business.


foreverliving6.) Forever Living –   is a privately owned multi-level marketing (MLM) company based in Arizona, which manufactures and sells aloe vera based drinks, nutritional supplements, bee-derived cosmetics and personal care products. The company was founded in 1978 by CEO Rex Maughan. In India, they came in early 2000’s and with their strong presence they captured the territory by Multi-Level marketing technique.


herbalife7.) Herballife Its a global nutrition company that has helped people pursue a healthy & active life since 1980. Nutrition, weight-management and personal care are some of there exclusively products market by more than 2.3 million independent Associates in more than 90 countries including India. Herballife was founded by Mark Hughes, and in India Ajay Khanna head the company.


TIENS8.) Tiens or Tianshi was founded in 1995 by Mr. Li Jinyuan in Tianjin China. In march, 1997 they began opearting  into the international market. Tiens Group has set up branches in 110 countries Including India. There products comprising of health food, health care appliances, skincare applications and even household products.


Elken9.) Elken –  is the leading direct selling companies in Malaysia, which was establishment in 1995. Now, they have established a stronghold in nine other countries in the Asia Pacific region, namely Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei and Singapore. Their Products are related to Lingerie, Cosmetic, Skincare, Herbal, Cosmo Food and Personal Care.


Altos10.) Altos was started from Ludhiana city in India. Intially, they had only 7 healthcare products in year 2000 and now a true Indian MLM Direct Selling Company with range of around 150 Product.  Their product categories includes Personal Care, Health Care, Hair Care, FMCG, Agriculture Aid, Aroma Natural Beauty, Home Care and skin treatment .


In India, MLM business revenues is more than 4500 Crores fiscal year 20015-2016, based on the IDSA (Indian Direct Selling Association) report. IDSA is an organization put together by some top MLM companies in India concerning to the core issues related towards MLM business and future consumers within the industry.

Top 10 Most Beautiful Tourist Places To Visit In India

Top 10 most beautiful tourist places to visit in India

The travelling is always considered as a wonderful hobby by most of the people throughout the world. Because travelling always helps you to get rid of the humdrum life that you are leading every day and also rejuvenates your energy. Though many people are preferred to choose foreign countries as their travel destination places, but the India is also blessed with a chunk of beautiful places that can easily grab your attention.

Below, we are mentioning top 10 tourist places to visit in India that you can’t afford to miss.

Kerala Backwater1.) Kerala Backwater: Alleppey is famous for its houseboat rides and these houseboats are certainly another prime attraction for the tourists. There are many houseboats your operators who used to take alleppey house boat booking for you so that you can enjoy the ride wholeheartedly. Usually, the Kerala houseboat packages start from Rs.9000/- per person but depending on your staying, types of houseboats it can go higher. The houseboats in alleppey backwaters are so pleasurable for the visitors that they want to visit this place again and again. Apart from alleppey, you may also enjoy the backwaters of Alappuzha or kumarakkam lake and the alappuzha houseboats rate for one day is near about Rs.8000/-per person. All these houseboats are well-equipped with all latest amenities so that you can get the best things during your cruise ride.


Jaipur City 2.) Jaipur: Jaipur is the capital of India’s most flamboyant state, Rajasthan. This city is famous from the ancient time and it is known as “pink city”. This city was constructed and planned according to Indian Vastu and it is surrounded by three gates which are facing north, east and west accordingly. Jaipur is a major tourist destination in India and due to its historic value, people love to visit this place again and again. Some of the prominent places in Jaipur are Hawa Mahal, Jal Mahal, City Palace, Amer Fort, Jantar Mantar, Nahargarh Fort, Jaigarh Fort, Galtaji, Govind Dev Ji Temple, Garh Ganesh Temple, Sri Kali Temple, Birla Mandir, Sanganeri Gate and the Jaipur zoo. The Jantar Mantar observatory and Amer Fort are designated as World Heritage Sites.Hawa Mahal is another historic place which is basically a five-storied pyramidal shaped monument which possesses near about 953 windows that rise 15 metres (50 ft) from its high base.


Andaman Islands3.) Andaman Islands:  is another popular travel destination for most of the people including foreigners. Situated in the Bay of Bengal, this place will give you some exclusive opportunities that you love to visit it again and again. Some popular tourist spots in Andaman are the coral island, Havelock island, Neil island, Cellular jail, Port Blair, Viper island, Elephant beach, Ross island etc. The average tour package for Andaman is near about Rs.16000/- per person for 4 nights 5 days. If you are planning to visit Andaman, then you can take the quotation from two or three tour operators and by evaluating all the factors you can take your final call.


Goa4.) Goa: Goa is a state in India which is situated in the western India along the Arabian sea. According to the history, till 1961, Goa was considered as a Portuguese colony, but today, Goa is famous for its scenic beauty, beaches and sea foods. Some popular tourist spots in Goa are Bagha beach, Fort Aguada, Candolim beach, Moupasa, Dona Paula, Sanquelim etc. Goa is equally popular for its seafood items and most of the people are getting tempted by those scrumptious seafood dishes. Goa is also considered as one of the popular shooting places for movies. So, if you have not yet visited Goa, then this is the high time that you should take a trip to Goa.


Agra5.) Agra: Agra is situated on the bank of river Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh. Agra is also a famous historic place as the place is surrounded by many tombs and mahals. World’s 7th wonder Taj Mahal is situated in Agra and the beauty of Taj Mahal will surely mesmerize you and make you speechless for some time. Apart from Taj Mahal, there are some other places like Agra Fort, Moti masjid, Akbar’s tomb, Jama mosque, Mehtab Bagh etc. Many tour operators are providing various lucrative packages to the customers so that they can spend some time in Agra and enjoy this historical place enthusiastically. The basic tour packages for Agra is Rs. 11,000 per person for 4-5 days.


Darjeeling6.) Darjeeling: This place is situated in west Bengal, in the foothills of the Himalaya. Darjeeling is famous for its tea gardens and Kanchenjunga, the third largest mountain in the world. Some popular places in Darjeeling that will make you crazy are Tiger hill, Ghum monastery, Toy train, Tibet museum, Peace Pagoda etc. Darjeeling is a famous tourist destination place for all Bengalis in summer. The average tour cost per person is near about Rs. 10000/-  for 3nights 4 days.


Leh & ladakh7.) Ladakh: is surrounded by the amazing landscape, amiable people and culture, Ladakh is undoubtedly a heaven on earth. This place is circumscribed by two mountain ranges, the great Himalayan and the Karakoram. The popular places that you should visit in Ladakh are Pangong lake, Leh palace, Tso Moriri lake, Nubra valley, Likir monastery etc. The average 5 nights 6 days’ package for Ladakh is Rs.25000/- (per person).


Shimla City8.) Shimla: Shimla is the capital of Himachal Pradesh and is an eminent tourist place in India. The popular places that you should visit in Shimla are Jakhoo Temple, Kufri, the mall road, the catholic church, Vaishodevi gufa, Sankatmochan (a very famous and popular Hanuman temple is located here), Summer hill, Shimla state museum, Tara devi etc. The mall road is the most crowded and main attractive place for the tourists. You can also visit Rohtang Pass which is a famous hill station and popular shooting spot. Rohtang pass is near about 300 km away from Shimla and its picturesque is simply amazing and enchanting. Kufri-fagu is another popular attraction in Shimla and as a tourist, you should never miss this place else everything will be in vain.


Gulmarg, Kashmir9.) Kashmir: Kashmir is the ideal tourist place for those who are yearning to experience some astonishing and exceptional scenic beauties of nature. Kashmir is truly the Heaven on Earth because it is enriched with scenic beauties and culture. Some popular places that you love to visit in Kashmir are Jammu, Srinagar, Daal lakh Pahalgam, Gulmarg, Shonmarg, Kathra, Anantanag etc. A shikara ride is one of the most soothing and relaxing experience for the visitors who came in Srinagar. The average shikara ride per person is Rs 400 per hour.  Gulmarg is another popular hill station and famous tourist spot in Jammu and Kashmir. Some famous places in Gulmarg that you can’t miss are Nagin valley, Pattan, St. Mary’s church, Apharwat Peak etc.


Kanyakumari10.) Kanyakumari: This is a coastal town which is situated in Tamil Nadu. The places that you can’t miss at Kanyakumari are Vivekananda rock, Gandhi memorial, Kanyakumari beach, Jain temple, Thirparappu falls, Sunset view point, etc. Swami Vivekananda came here as directed by his guru and spent some time here. Vivekananda also sited on the rock which is later known as Vivekananda rock and is one of the famous tourist places in Kanyakumari. Moreover, this place is also surrounded by many temples like Nagaraja temple, Kalabhairava temple and many other temples. So, basically, Kanyakumari is notable for pilgrimage and tourism. The average tour packages for Kanyakumari is Rs. 9000/- per person for 2nights and 3 days.

Now, you have enough information about the best tourist places in India, so don’t waste your time, just pack your luggage and leave for your desired place.

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