Tamil Nadu has a very rich history with many monuments from ancient time. The top 10 of the things you can do in Tamil Nadu.

  1. Brihadeeswarar Temple (Membalam Rd, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu)

Brihadeeswarar Temple considered to be one of the most ancient and famous temple in India and it is situated in the city of Thanjavur. With the tallest temple tower in the world and one of the largest temples in India is a must visit place for all visitors.

  1. Meenakshi Amman Temple (Madurai, Tamil Nadu)

It is an ancient Hindu temple with big history, is dedicated to Parvati and every year many visitors come and visit this beautiful attractions. It is called the most popular landmark in the city of Madurai in Tamil Nadu.  Meenakshi Amman temple was on the list of the top 30 nominees for the New Seven Wonders of the World. A must visit place for tourists.

  1. Victory War Memorial (Chennai, Tamil Nadu)

Victory War Memorial is situated on the Beach Road and it is constructed in the memory of Madras Presidency. The circular rock on the top of the structure and the marble structure is known as one of the seven amazing memorial structure of Tamil Nadu.

     4. Fort St George (Tamil Nadu)

Fort St. George which is known by the locals as the White Town is one of the 163 notified areas in the state of Tamil Nadu. The St George fort and its museum are located on the banks of Bay of Bengal and .In this area tourists can find many other important monuments.

  1. Rama Setu (south-eastern coast of Tamil Nadu)

Rama Setu is situated in the south-eastern coast of Tamil Nadu and is known as the symbol of national unity. This national bridge has an important role because connect  India with Sri Lanka.


  1. Valluvar Kottam (Chennai, Tamil Nadu)

Valluvar Kottam is a popular monument in Chennai city and is situated on the corner of Kodambakkam High Road. It is a special landmark of the Modern Chennai city.

  1. Senate House (Tamil Nadu)

Senate House is situated in Wallajah Road in Tamil Nadu and is a basic area of the University of Madras. Senate building is the oldest examples of Indian architecture in India.

  1. Varaha Cave Temple (Kancheepuram District, Tamil Nadu)

The beautiful Varaha Cave Temple is located at Mamallapuram in Tamil Nadu. The temple is the basic sculpture in the caves. An important monument for the ancient Vishwakarma.

  1. Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal (Near Meenakshi Temple, Madurai)

Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal/Palace is a classic complex of Dravidian and Rajput styles. Is located in the city of Madurai near the Meenakhsi Temple. Tirumalai Nayak Palace is considered to be one of the wonders of the South India and known as a national monument.

  1. Vivekanandar Illam (Neelam Basha Dargapuram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu)

Vivekanandar Illam which is also known as the Vivekananda House is an important structure in Chennai and is located on the main road near the Marina Beach.

Top 10 things to do in Gujarat

  1. Gir Wildlife Sanctuary (Gujarat)

This unique area is the home of a kind of Lion named as the Asiatic Lion, which lives only in Gir Wildlife Sanctuary. For this unique characteristic Gir Sanctuary is a must visit place in Gujarat area. This area is much protected due to the vegetation and the plants which are residing the Sanctuary. Visitors in this protected area can watch hyenas, leopards and over 250 species of bird.

  1. Somnath Temple (Somnath mandir road, Prabhas Patan)

This famous Temple is located in Gujarat area and is one of the most visited places in India, which attracts every year many tourists. In the past, this Temple has destroyed and rebuilt many times in different versions. First was rebuilt by Lord Soma in gold, then by Ravana in silver, in wood by Krishna and in stone by King Bhimdev.

  1. Laxmi Vilas Palace, Vadodara (Gate No.2 Laxmi Vilas Palace Estate, J.N.Marg, Vadodara, Gujarat)

Laxmi Vilas Palace is known as the largest private dwelling structure in the world. The palace covers an area of more than 700 acres, and has got many other building inside the area of the palace such as houses, the Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum and the Moti Baug Palace. It was built in 1890 and there is also a small zoo with crocodiles.

  1. Dwarka (Dvarka city)

An ancient temple with an incredible landscape is located in Dvarka city. Alongside the temple the beach with the blue water is amazing because visitors can see sea turtles, sea urchins and octopuses.

  1. Rani ki vav (Mohan Nagar Socity, Patan, Gujarat)

It is situated in the Patan town in Gujarat, above the banks of River Saraswati. This monument was included in the Unesco world heritage list on 2014 June. Ran ki vav was constructed during the rule of Chaulukya Dynasty.

  1. Marine National Park, (Devbhoomi, Dwarka, Gujarat)

Visitors can find the Marine National Park on the southern shore of the Kachch Gulf in the Gujarat area, India. In 1982, an area of 110 square kilometers was declared as a Marine National Park in accordance with the provisions of the Wildlife (protection) Act, 1972 of India. In this Coast, there is a number of 42 islands in the Marine National Park, which most of them are surrounded by reefs.

  1. Sun Temple (Becharaji Highway, Modhera, Gujarat)

Sun Temple was established in the year 1027 AD, and is known as shrines which is the tribute to God Sun. This temple is separated by 3 parts. The inner side of the temple, one can view a stepwell/suryakand, prayer hall and other part that tends to the inside sanctum.

  1. Wild Ass Sanctuary, Little Rann of Kutch (Gujarat)

A must visit wildlife place in Gujarat area, with a large number of plants and trees. The area covers 5000 square kilometers and there is the only home to wild ass. Also visitors can see mammals and many other animals.


  1. Great Indian Bustard Sanctuary, Kutch ( Gujarat)

It is known as one of the two great Indian bustard sanctuaries in Gujarat and there visitors can see the great Indian bustard.

  1. Junagadh Buddhist Cave (Junagadh district, Gujarat)

It is known as caves but actually it has 3 sites of parts which are carved and outside the stones. It was carved from 1- 14 century AD which was in the time of emperor Ashoka.

Top 10 Things to do in Andaman Nicobar


 There are plenty of things for visitors to do in Andaman Nicobar Islands. In this article we tried to collect the best 10 things to do.

  1. Cellular Jail (Atlanta Point, Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Islands)
  • Timings: Tuesday to Sunday; 8:45 am – 12:30 pm & 1:45 pm – 5 pm

Cellular Jail, which is also known as Kala Pani, was a Colonial prison on Andaman Nicobar Islands. The jail was built in Andaman Nicobar Islands because remote islands are considered to be the best place for those who made punishments. Cellular Jail was used in the past years by the British.


  1. Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park (SH8, Andaman and Nicobar Islands)

If anyone visits the amazing Wandoor Beach, can find the beautiful Marine National Park. The Marine National Park is placed 29 kilometers far from Port Blair in Andaman Nicobar Islands and there tourists can explore a unique rare ecosystem. After a Tsunami Phenomenon in the Island the Mahatma Gandhi Park has been restored. In this rare ecosystem visitors can see rare species of flora, fauna, and marine life species.


  1. Limestone Caves (Baratang Island)

One of the most exciting things you can do on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands is exploring the Baratang Caves which are made of limestone. These limestone caves have a rare natural beauty as limestone was formed at the depth of the sea. There visitors can find skeleton, shells and many corals and can explore the place by taking a speedboat ride.

  1. Radhanagar beach (Havelock Island)

A must visit place in Havelock Island due to its beauty, has named as the best Asia’s Beach and the 7th best beach in the world.  Visitors take a ferry to reach the Island and spend time near the white sand and the blue wonderful waters.

  1. Corbyn’s Cove Beach (Andaman)

Corbyn’s Cove is Andaman’s Nicobar’s Island has many coconut-palm trees and many facilities for tourists. There visitors can do watersports, eat in a restaurant and relax in a bar. In the area also there are many hotels.

  1. Havelock’s Elephant Beach ( Andaman)

Another unique place to visit in Andaman Nicobar Island is the Havelock’s Elephant Beach. In this beautiful location visitors can reach the beach by trekking or with jetties. It is a popular area due to the populations of Elephants. An amazing place to take your kids and spent a beautiful time.

  1. Andaman’s Bird Island/Chidiya Tapu (Andaman Island)

For those who like bird watching, this island is the best location due to the different kinds of birds. Someone can find here more than 240 different species of birds. In Chidiya Tapu visitors can enjoy also the fabulous sunset.

  1. Glass Bottom Boat ride (Andaman Nicobar Islands)

With the Glass Bottom Boat ride visitors can informed about the marine life through a glass bottom and see many corals.

  1. Jolly Buoy Island/ Red Skin Island (Wandoor beach)

Andaman is very famous for its multicolored coral reefs. Here tourists can have the best view of the coral reefs. The aquatic fauna which is found in the islands is fascinating.

  1. Anthropological Museum ( Phoenix Bay, South Andaman Island)

 Anthropological Museum is a place where visitors can inform about every detail of the culture, the tribes and also the lifestyle of Andaman Island. A beautiful museum in the Port Blair, in Andaman Nicobar Island.


In northern India, is located Ladakh, a remote area known as the “small Tibet,” with the Buddhist monasteries of the local capital Lech perched on steep slopes. Read about the top 10 things that a visitor can do here.

  1. Thikse Monastery (Ladakh, Leh 194101,India)

Among the most impressive monasteries is Thikse, where the visitor can see the Holy Tibetan manuscripts and various religious images. This is the oldest monastery in the area.

  1. Pangong Tso Lake (Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir)

Lake Pangong Tso, is 130 km long and extends to Tibet. With its clean atmosphere from the altitude, the lake has a deep blue color and the snowy peaks on the horizon make amazing scenery for the visitors. You can only reach the area with a jeep.

  1. Tso Moriri Lake (Ladakh, Leh)

A very beautiful area, with a wonderful scenery. Blue sky and mountains combines with a blue clear water of the lake. This is not as famous as the Pangong Tso Lake but is a must area that visitors can make a trip.

  1. Leh Palace (Namgyal Hill, Leh, Jammu and Kashmir 194101)

It is a 9th-floor palace of the kings of Ladak of the 17th century. The palace was built by the King Sengge Namgyal. According to the local historic information, the Royal family accommodated in the higher flat, 9th floor, while the stables and the other rooms were in the lower floors.

  1. Spituk Monastery (8 km from Leh, Ladakh)

 The Spituk Monastery is located about 10 km from Leh on the right bank of the Indus River. It is the most well-preserved monastery of Ladakh, with beautiful Buddhist wall paintings. The monastery is situated on the top of a hill and the view from the hill is amazing.

  1. Nubra Valley (150 km from Leh)

An area full of sand, a beautiful desert that offers a great experience to all the visitors. There are also two camels in the area for the animal lovers.

  1. Namgyala Monastery (Leh, Ladakh)

Namgyala Monastery or Namgyal Tsemo Gompa is a famous monastery of Leh Ladakh due to the Buddha statue that it has. Also in the monastery visitors can see many ancient manuscripts and wall paintings.

  1. Hemis Monastery (Leh, Ladakh)

Another beautiful Monastery of Ladakh, which is known as the biggest monastery of this area. Every year and especially every July there is the Hemis festival which many people visit. In 1672, the monastery has re-established by the Sengge Namgyal King.

  1. Suru Valley (Ladakh, Kargil)

A beautiful fertile valley of the region of Ladakh, which extends from Kargil for a length of 85 kilometers. This valley has two famous peaks, Nun with 7137 meter and Kun with 7035 meter. A very beautiful destination for those who like trekking.

  1. Likir Monastery (Likir, Jammu and Kashmir)

This Buddhist Monastery is located in the west of Leh, about 52 kilometers. A different Monastery from all the others in this area, due to the wood work. It is situated on a hill where the view is spectacular.

Top 10 things to do in Madhya Pradesh


  1. Orchha Fort Complex (Orchha, Madhya Pradesh)

The Orchha Fort complex, is located in the Orcha city, in Madhya Pradesh. In this complex visitors can see many ancient monuments such as the Fort, Temples, many Palaces and many other beautiful things. The Fort was built by the Bundela Rajputs in the 16th century.

  1. Ram Raja Temple (Tikamgargh District, Orachha, Madhya Pradesh)

The Ram Raja Temple is a must visiting place in India. In this temple, sita is accompanied left with Ram, on the righ side by Brother Laxman with Narsingh Hanumaan & Maharaj Sugreev and. Many visitors come every year to the Temple.

  1. Kanha National Park ( Madhya Pradesh)

If you like Jeep Safari, or watching a wildlife reserve with tigers, you must visit Kanha National Park. You can find here a variety of fauna and flora and it is also a famous place for helping species of Barasinga not to extinct.

  1. Panna National Park (Chhatarpur district – Madhya Pradesh)

The Panna National Park authority is offered a beautiful boat ride, an elephant safari and of course a Jeep safari. Panna is the most important shelters for a kind of a tiger specie, the Royal Bengal Tigers, and is known as on of the best national park in the area. 200 species of birds and many other animals like leopard, wolf, hyena can explored by the animal lovers.

  1. Bhimbetka Caves (Bhojpur Raisen, Madhya Pradesh)

  If you want to walk through the prehistoric era of India, the Bhimbetka Caves are the best monument to visit. There you can find prehistoric cave paintings, rocks, shelters and observe the large figures of tigers, bison and rhinoceroses.

  1. Glawior (Madya Pradesh)

A beautiful historic city which is rich in architecture monuments and art. It is a great place for sightseeing near the Madhya Pradesh. In Glawior visitors can visit the Man Sight Palace and of course the Gwalior Fort.

  1. Bandhavgarh National Park

 If you love tiger tourism, you are in the right place. Bandhavgarh National Park is a large wildlife reserve about 466 square kilometers, where many tigers live. Except for the large number of tigers, the park also host birds, mammals and aquatic animals. Here visitors can do Jeep safari and Elephant safari.

  1. Pench National Park (Near Turia Gate, Turia Post, Kurai Tehseel, Seoni Dist., Kurai, Madhya Pradesh)

By taking a Jeep Safari in Pench National Park visitors can see Indian Bison, Sambar, Jungle cat and leopards. An area with a variety of flora and fauna is also a protected shelter for many endangered species.

  1. Gopal Mandir (Agar – Ujjain Rd, Krishi Upaj Mandi, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh)

Gopal Mandir, is a Hindu temple and it is known that belong to the 20th century. The Temple is 32 kilometers far from Rajshahi city.

  1. Taj-ul-Masajid (Kohefiza, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh)

The largest mosque in India with an internal space of approximately about 430,000 SQ FT, this mosque has 175,000 people of capacity.


Maharashtra is a very famous state of India, where you can find many monuments. Mumbai is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. We pick the 10 top things that a visitor can do in Maharashtra. For more information see below.

  1. Gateway of India ( Apollo Bandar, Mumbai, India)

The most characteristic monument of the city was built in 1919, in honor of the royal couple of Great Britain, who visited the city. The basalt building, with Hindυ and Muslim architectural elements, is the first thing anyone could see in the city from the sea.

  1. Chhatrapati Shivaji (Mahatma Gandhi Road, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra)

The largest museum in the city is located in a magnificent building. Apart from the extremely interesting exhibits, visitors can see paintings, sculptures, Tibetan art objects and modern art collections.

  1. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus – Railway Station (DN Road, Mumbai area)

A very beautiful terminal of the railway station, which keeps the traditional elements of a monumental station. It is one of the largest stations in the world and also it was added to Unesco’s cultural heritage list in 2004.

  1. Elephanta Caves (Elephanta Caves, Elephanta Island)

You will arrive here only by ferry from the Gate of India. This area has been named as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. There you can find two cave complexes of basalt which have been carved out of supernatural size.

  1. Wai Ghat and Temples (Satara, Maharashtra)

A very important monument known for its ghats on the banks of the river called Krishna. Also it is famous for its temples. If you are a film lover, maybe you have seen in many films the Wai ghat and temple.

  1. Chand Minar (Daulatabad, Maharashtra)

One of the taller Minar in India, is located in Daulatabad. A historical monument with 64 m high located inside the fort of Daulatabad. The Chand Minar was built by Ala-ud-din Bahmani.

  1. Devagiri Fort (MH SH 22, Daulatabad, Maharashtra)

 Devagiri fort, is considered to be one of the 7 wonders of Maharashtra and an area that many people visit every year. Devagiri has got a nice tunnel entrance and a narrow bridge where people access the upland city.

  1. Aga Khan Palace (Gandhi National Memorial Society, Aga Khan Palace Road, Pune, Maharashtra)

The biggest palace is a famous monument in the history of India. Mahatma Gandhi was placed as a prisoner in the Aga Khan Palace, Pune, Maharashtra.

  1. Kondana Caves (near Kondivade Village, Raigad, India)

These famous caves are very popular duo to their Buddhist architecture. There visitors can see many ancient sculptures and stupas which is the characterization of the ancient Buddhist period.

  1. Rajabai Clock Tower (Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Marg, Maharashtra)

It is one of the top 12 famous tower clocks in the area of India and is located in South Mumbai. A very beautiful clock tower that was built during the British Empire in India. There visitors can see one of the best stained glass windows.


Uttar Pradesh is known as the most populous state in Republic of India and it is located in the North of India. Here you can find the top 10 things to do in Uttar Pradesh.

  1. Taj Mahal (Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India)

Taj Mahal, is an amazing mausoleum which is located on the bank of the river Yaruma in the Agra city. It was built in the memory of Shah Jahan’s wife named Mumtaz Mahal, who was a Persian princess. The construction of the Mausoleum began in 1632.

  1. Manikarnika Ghat (Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh)

One of the most oldest and religious ghats in Varanasi area. There the bodies are being burned before their ashes carried away.  It is known as the main burning ghat.

  1. Agra Red Fort (Rakabganj, Uttar Pradesh)

It is a World Heritage Site located in the Agra city in Uttar Pradesh. It includes some other amazing buildings such as Moti Masjid and Musamman Burj. Also visitors inside the fort can see the Jahangir Palace Khaas Mahal and Sheesh Mahal.

  1. Kashi Vishwanath Temple (Lahori Tola, Varnasi, Uttar Pradesh)

It is located in Varnasi on the Western bank of Ganga River and it is known as one of the most famous Hindu temples. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.


     5. Buland Darwaza (Fatehpur sikri Fort, Dadupura, Fatehpur Sikri, Uttar Pradesh)

It is known as the Gate of Magnificence and it was built by Akbar in 1601 A.D. All this building is made of red sandstone decorated by black and white marble. The total height is 54 meters.

  1. Pagal Baba Temple (Liladham,Pagalbaba Ashram, Mathura Road, Mathura – Vrindaban Marg, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh)

One of the most visited place in the area, the temple is situated in Vrindavan, where the Supreme Lord Krishna showed his power 5,000 years ago.

  1. Jhansi Fort (Near Lakshmi Bai Park, Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh)

The Jhansi Fort is considered as the beautiful place for tourists. The name of Jhansi is synonymous with Rani Lakshmi Bai was the queen who fought with the army of British in the time of freedom struggle. The Fort was constructed by Raja Bir Singh Deo and it is one of the most strategically located forts of India.

  1. Nano Rao Park ( Mall Road, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh)

A beautiful public city Park in North India which was built after the Indian Independence. Kanpur is a nice city of India and it situated on the banks of Ganga River. Many historical places and religious monuments are located in this area.

  1. Phool Bagh (King Edward St, Phool Bagh, Civil Lines, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh)

This park, has used for the many meeting of public and also for political party speeches from the past 20th century.

  1. Tomb of I’timad-ud-Daulah (Moti Bagh, Agra, Uttar Pradesh)

In the city of Agra, visitors can go to this tomb, which is a Mughal Mausoleum. This amazing structure consists of the main building, numerous other outbuildings and many beautiful gardens .



  1. Submarine Museum

The Submarine Museum is situated near the backdrop of Ramakrishna beach. It is known as the first museum of its kind in all of South Asia. Visitors can inform about the submarine by guides and a curator. It’s an amazing experience of being inside a submarine, so don’t lose the chance to visit it.

  1. Dolphin’s Nose

A beautiful hill located in Visakhapatnam, is named as Dolphin nose because it resembles a dolphin’s nose. The hill has altitude of 174 meters above the sea level and the view from this area is amazing.

  1. Kailasgiri Hill Park (Kailasgiri Hill Park, Hill Top Road, Kailashigiri, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh)

Kalisagiri Hill Park is a beautiful park, with amazing views of the East Coast. Visitors can see the city of Visakhapatnam from the top of this hill. In addition to this, visitors can see a sculpture of the God Shiva and his wife Parvati.

  1. Borra Caves (Andhra Pradesh)

A British geologist who discovered these caves in 1807. The Borra caves is a naturally formed phenomenon and it is considered to be very old.

  1. Tribes India

Visitors can watch many Tribes India showcases such as authentically crafted items by tribal art, which are sculpted by tribes. It’s an important place because there you can buy naturally made goods.


  1. Indira Gandhi Zoological Park

 A cover place over of 625 acres, this zoological park is surrounded by the Eastern Ghats on three side. This zoological park is the home of 80 different species. Some of the animals that visitors can see are Rhesus Monkeys, Mandrills, Tigers and Pumas. There is also a mini train with which visitors can ride through the park attractions.

  1. Bunkers N Bonkers

If you like paintball you must visit Bunkers N Bonkers area, which is the first paintball arena. It is a very popular place, with a large arena filling with amazing obstacles. There is also a high quality equipment for those who want to play.

  1. Simhachalam Temple

A beautiful Hindu temple which was dedicated to Lord Narasimha. Except for the temple there visitors can see also the attractive stone chariot horse and many idols. The outside of the building temple are decorated with number of pictures of Narasimha who was the king.

  1. Araku Valley (Araku Valley)

In an altitude of 600 to 900 meters above the sea level, in an area over 36 kilometers this valley offers an amazing views of the waterfalls.


  1. Ramakrishna Beach (Andhra Pradesh)

One of the many popular beaches of the Eastern coastline of the country. Situated at the coast of Bay of Bengal, this beach offer beautiful views of the sunset, sunrise and natural surroundings.


The capital of independent India since 1947, as it has been for centuries, Delhi, Old and New, is a historic city, with many monuments and attractions from various historical periods. Here you can find the top 10 things to do in Delhi city.

  1. Lal Qila / Red Fort

Lal Qila is one of the most important monuments of India. Is located on the banks of the Yamuna River and was built in 1648 by Shahjahan.  It is a popular place for its lovely garden and every year many tourist come to visit the Red Fort.

  1. Qutub Minar – Complex (Mehrauli, New Delhi)

 The complex, including the magnificent city mosque, Quwwat-ul-Islam, is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It has got 378 steps and from the top you will have an amazing view. The mughal mansion, has been turned into a restaurant which is named as the Olive Bar Kitchen.

  1. Tomb of Humayun (Opp. Dargah Nizamuddin, Mathura Road)

The monument was built in memory of Emperor Humayun, with red stones instead of marble. A beautiful 16th-century Mughal architecture with beautiful Persian-style gardens. Was renewed in 2005 with the help of the Agha Khan Foundation.

  1. Temple of Akshardham (Noida Mor, Pandav Nagar, New Delhi)

A large complex which consists of 20,000 statues, floral motifs and sculpted columns captured the history of India, the culture, the art and India’s values. This modern architecture church was constructed in 2005, next to the Yamuna River. Also there you can find gardens and fountains.

  1. Chhatarpur Temple (Chhatarpur, Near Chhatarpur Metro Station, New Delhi)

Another amazing monument of Indian architecture. It is a complex of temples that were built recently and are dedicated to various deities of the Indian pantheon.

  1. Lotus Temple

This Temple has a lotus shape, with 27 autonomous marble “petals”, is an important modern architecture (with many awards in its power), dedicated to the Baha’i faith. It is worth visiting not only as an architectural attraction but also for the Zen atmosphere.

  1. Gandhi Smriti (5, Tees January Marg, Near Claridges Hotel, New Delhi, Delhi)

The house where Gandhi lived and murdered. There someone can find about 2,500 copies of telegrams, letters, notes that outline this top personality.

  1. Chandni Chowk (New Delhi)

Delhi’s oldest, most popular and interesting market, where visitors can see important monuments such as the Jaén Temple Digambar, the Sunheri Mosque and the Fatehpuri Mosque, built by Shah Jahan’s spouses.

  1. National Gallery of Modern Art (Jaipur House, Shershah Road, Near India Gate, New Delhi)

It is housed in the old palace of Maharaja, with an interesting collection of works by the Indian masters of Modernism and more modern artists.

    10.National Museum of India (Todermal Road Area, Mandi House, New Delhi)

From the obvious must see of the city, with thousands of finds and art objects.


Goa is located on the southwest coast of India. In this article you take information about the top 10 things that a visitor can do in Goa.

  1. Fort Aguada (Sinquerim, Candolim, Bardez, Goa)

Not far from Candolim Beach, the main architectural attractions of Goa are the Fortress of Agua. It was built in the early 17th century. Inside the fort, visitors can see the 13 meter high lighthouse which was built in 1864.


  1. Basilica of Bom Jesus

It is a baroque church which is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its marble floors and mosaics with the reach stones make the Basilica a unique attraction.

  1. Pandava Caves – Arvalem Waterfall (Martin Dias Rd, Margao, Goa)

Pandava Caves and Arvalem Waterfalls are 9 km far from Bicholin, in North Goa. These caves were explored in the 6th century and it is a complex of 5 compartments of caves. The water from the waterfall falls from a 50 m height.


  1. Dudhsagar Falls (Sonaulim, Goa)

The name of the falls derived from the first word “Doodh” which in Hindi means “milk”.  It is a four-level waterfalls, which are create a spectacular view. There are located in the center of South Goa with 310 meters height. The road to the waterfall passes through the Bhagwan Mahavir Nature Reserve, where you can meet rare species of plants, birds and animals.

  1. Sahakari spice farm (Ponda belgaum Highway, Curti, Ponda, Goa)

 Spice Farm in Goa is a unique place, where are growing cumin, curry, cinnamon and many other plants known as seasonings for food. Visitors to the farm organize trips where someone can try any spice and also taste an exotic dinner served in bamboo and Indian vodka. All products grown in the spice farm are environmentally friendly

  1. Naval Aviation Museum (Bogmalo Rd, Mormugao, Goa)

 The Naval Aviation museum is the only one museum about aviation in the Asia. It is located 6 km far from Vasco da Game, Goa. Visitors can see exhibits from the evolution of the Indian Naval air arm.  The building has two main parts, one inside the museum which someone can see a gallery and an outdoor part where people can see aircrafts, bombs, aircraft gear like parachutes and many other important exhibits.

  1. Mollem National Park (NH 4A, Caranzol, Goa)

It is located in the Western Ghats in Goa, a 240 square kilometers area which is named as a protected area. In this area someone can find a big variety of flora and fauna, many plants and also many animals. Wild mammals like Black Panther, butterflies, birds, reptiles and beautiful attractions.

  1. Arpora Night Market (Aguada – Siolim Rd, Xim Waddo, Arpora, Goa)

The most popular market in India. Every day, tourists get traditional spices, souvenirs, clothes, costumes and more other important things. Arpora begins to work at night, after sunset.

  1. Royal Church of Saint Francis of Assisi (Goa , India)

The Royal Church of Saint Francis of Assisi, is a beautiful huge building with many rooms and corridors. Its architecture combines traditional Hindy and Christian elements. The main hall of the church is richly decorated with decorative elements.

    10.Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary

 Was established in 1968 and it is known as an eco-tourism complex. There someone can find houses, cottages , children’s area, a rescue center and many other things.

Top 10 things to do in Himachal Pradesh

  1. Kullu-Manali (Himachal Pradesh)

One of the best places to visit in Himachal Pradesh is Kulu and Manali, with a beautiful scenery among the green mountains. There visitors can find the Solang Valley where they can do adventure sports. For the bird watchers, there is a beautiful place to visit, the Manali Bird Sanctuary. Also in this area there are ole temples.

  1. Shimla State Museum

A historical and cultural museum where someone can see several galleries such as the Prehistoric gallery. Also there is a very nice gallery the wood carving gallery.

  1. Prashar Lake (Mandi District, Himachal Pradesh)

It is known as one of the most beautiful lakes in India, with an amazing scenery and the blue waters. It is located at an altitude of 2,730 meters in Mandi district in Himachal Pradesh. Near to the lake, visitors can find three temples with a big history.

  1. Great Himalayan National Park ( Kullu region, Himachal Pradesh)

This lake is cover an area of around 1,171 square kilometers over the Kullu region at the Himachal region. A very beautiful conservation park with a big variety of flora. In 2010, it has been added to the Unesco list of Heritage Sites.

  1. Pin Valley National Park (Himachal Pradesh)

This National Park is known as one of the highest altitude national parks in India. The 1,150 square kilometers in the Himachal Himalayan region is the home of a large population of alpine trees. The Pin Valley is also the home to the endangered Snow-Leopard. Except for the endangered leopards, tourists can find mammals and birds such as Pika, Golden Eagle, and Raven. A nice place for those who like trekking and hiking.

  1. Kalatop Khajjiar Sanctuary (Himachal Pradesh)

This Sanctuary is a wonderful wildlife mountain sanctuary in the Himalayan part of India which is covering the area of approximate 31 square kilometers. The forest, is the home for many animals such as the Eurasian Jay, the White winged Black Bird, the Black Headed Jay and many more. A great place for those who wants to make trekking.

  1. John’s Church (Dalhousie Khajjiar Rd, Moti Tiba, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh)

Is the first church that built in Dalhousie, located between green landscapes and Pine Valleys.  St John’s church was built in 1863 and it is the main monument in the region of Dalhousie.

  1. Kareri Lake (Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh)

A fresh water lake which is located south of the Dhauladhar area, about 2934 meters above the sea level.

  1. Bijli Mahadev Temple (Kashawri, Himachal Pradesh)

A religious monument 3 kilometers far from Chansari village (trekking). Visitors can find the Temple at an altitude of 2.460 meters in the Kulu Valley. It is a wonderful temple of Lord Shiva in India.

  1. Dharamsala cricket ground (HPCA Cricket Stadium, Distt. Kangra, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh)

This beautiful stadium is situated at an altitude of 1457 meters above the sea level in Himachal Pradesh. The stadium is the home ground of the Himachal Pradesh cricket team. A very unique and beautiful cricket stadium.

Top 10 things to do in Jammu and Kashmir

  1. Bahu Fort (Jammu City)

Bahu Fort is located about 5 km from the central part of the city, on the left bank of the Tawi River. The construction of the fort made by Raja Bahucholan over 3000 years ago, making it one of the oldest monument in the city. After years, in the Bahu Fort have made restorations and some renovations by the the Dogra rulers.

  1. Mubarak Mandi Palace (The Old Walled City, Jammu)

This Palace was the royal residence of the maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir from the Dogra dynasty. The Palace is located in the center of the old city of Jammu.

  1. Mansar Lake (Mansar)

62 kilometers far from Jammu, Mansar Lake is a Ramsar Convention in November 2005. Near to the area, someone can find two beautiful ancient temples.

  1. Raghunath Temple ( Jammu City)

This temple consists of seven Hindu shrines, each with its own Shikhara. It is known as one of the largest complex temples of North India. The building period of the temple was during the 1822-1860 period.

  1. Raghunath Bazaar (Jammu)

If you like shopping, the best destination for you is Raghunath Bazaar. There someone can find woolen carpets, woven willows baskets, silk and other things.  Shopping in Jammu is very famous and visitors can find many traditional things to shop.

  1. Shivkhori ( Kashmir)

It is a famous holy Hindu fountain which is dedicated to the Lord Shiva. Shivkhori is located in Jammu and Kashmir State in India. In the same district there are many others fountains which attract many tourists every year.

  1. Dogra Art Museum (Panjtirthi, Jammu and Kashmir)

The previous name of the Museum was Dogra Art Gallery and it is placed in the Mubarak Mandi Palace in Jammu and Kashmir. There visitors can inform about the cultural elements of Jammu. Also there you can see paintings of the Jammu and other schools of art and also many miniature paintings.

  1. Amar Mahal Museum (Palace Road, Jammu Tawi, Jammu, Jammu and Kashmir)

This beautiful Museum was constructed in 1890 by the King Raja Amar of Dogra, but is constructed by a French architect. For that reason the museum looks a combine architecture with French and Indian elements. In the past this building was the home to the Royal family. After that the palace turned into a beautiful museum made by red sand stone, where rich collections of paintings are situated.

  1. Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary (Jammu City)

A wildlife Sanctuary with a large number of Pheasants is located neat Jammu city. There visitors can find a big variety of birds. Except for birds visitors can see leopards, the Junglefowl and Chakor.

  1. Surinsar Lake (Jammu City)

The Surinsar Lake is known to be twin Lake with the Mansar Lake.  Surinsar Lake is located 42 kilometers from Jammu City and it is surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges. There visitors can make picnic as this area is considered to be the best spot for picnic.



  1. Sundarbans National Park

In 1987, Sundarbans National Park was registered in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is considered to be the largest delta and also the largest forest which is divided by the river Matla into 2 areas. On the east is the Sundarban Tiger Reserve in south the Reserved Forest.


  1. The Marble Palace

This beautiful Palace, with the amazing neoclassical style is made up from 26 different styles by Italian Marbles from a Bengali businessman name called Raja Rajendra Mullick. Except for the building visitors can explore the big garden, the small zoo and a lake.

  1. Science City Kolkata (J.B.S Haldane Avenue, Kolkata, West Bengal)

 This beautiful science city is considered to be the largest center of science in India and was established by the National Council of the Science Museum. A must visit area for visitors of all ages.

  1. Mother Teresa House (54A, A.J.C. Bose Road, Kolkata, West Bengal)

Here visitors can inform and take a look at how Mother Teresa lived. The museum consists of many things like bowl and sandals she ate and  she wore and a room the Mother Teresa slept and worked. The entrance of this monument is free.

  1. South Park Street Cemetery (184, Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Road, Park Street area, Mullick Bazar, Park Street area)

A beautiful relaxing place, where someone can find tombs with gothic style architecture decorated by Hindu symbols. A perfect place with an amazing scenery is open all day for the visitors. The price for the entrance is free.

  1. Terreti Morning Market (Tangra, Kolkata, West Bengal)

There, tourists can taste extraordinary street food and especially Chinese dishes. The market opens from 6am to 9 pm.


  1. A Tram Ride (Kolkata)

Travelling by a tram in Kolkata is very popular and a must do thing before you leave the city of Kolkata. By the tram visitors can explore and see the pretty views of the city.

  1. Shaheed Minar (Dufferin Rd, Maidan, Kolkata)

The Shaheed Minar is a tall, white tower with an amazing views from its balcony. Firstly, the Minar was built to give respect for David Ochterlony, who was the British East India Company commander in chief. The architecture of the tower is a mix from Egyptian, Syrian and Turkish elements. Especially the dome was Turkish and the column Syrian.


  1. Howrah Bridge (Howrah Bridge, West Bengal)


It is known as one of the busiest bridges in the world, as well as the third longest cantilever bridge globally. It is constructed over the Hoogli River and the scenic view is amazing.

  1. Gorumara National Park (Jalpaiguri, West Bengal)

Located in northern West Bengal, this medium sized park has got grasslands and forests. There you can find a large population of Indian rhinoceros and for that reason is called a protected area in India by the Ministry of Environment in the year 2009.



The state of Kerala in South West India has not been accidentally turned into one of the world’s most popular destinations. Here you can be informed about the best 10 things you can do in Kerala.

  1. Periyar Tiger Reserve (Kerala)

The National Wildlife Conservation Park located in the mountains of this region is visited by boats that move silently to the artificial lake in the heart of the park. In the wider area of the forest, which is divided into zones, one can watch endemic mammals such as wild elephants, deer, wild boar and much more. Also a variety of birds and amphibians are in the area and all the space is strictly protected by the competent authorities, which make an excellent effort to preserve wildlife in Periyar.

  1. Munnar (Kerala)

A popular hill, at 1600 meters altitude, with many tea plantations.  In the city near the tea plantations is located the Munnar Tea Museum. There visitors can informed about how tea plantations started and how the production in the region is evolving.

  1. Wayanad District

 Wayanad is located in the north of Kerala. A pristine tourist area with dense forests and many beauties. A place with milder temperatures than lowlands and fresh mountain air without typical Indian humidity.


  1. Thekkady (Periyar)

Thekaddy area on the beautiful slopes is the place where the history of the spice trade begun. Cultures of cardamom, black pepper and other spices decorate the area. For this reason, it is also called Spice City.

  1. Eravikulam National Park (The Wildlife Warden Munnar PO, Idukki, Kerala)

Munnar is the closest city to the national park of Eravikulam, on a plateau at an altitude of 2,000 meters. Climbing, you are stunned by the towering bare rocks that surround you and the waters that are rushing down from the top. At this altitude the vegetation is low and one can enjoy the absolute freedom of the animals living there, such as Nilgiri Tahr, who at Eravikulam have their most crowded community.

  1. Abraham’s Spice Garden (spring Valley, Idukki, Kumily, Kerala)

The Abraham’s spice garden and the tea factory outside Kumily is the best place where all our queries about two of the most important chapters of life in Kerala were resolved. It is an organic garden of spices where you can inform about all the spices grown in Kerala.

  1. Dutch Palace (close to Cochin City)

The palace was renovated by the Dutch in 1663 and has a Bhagavathi Temple in the central courtyard.  The Palace is built with the typical Kerala style.

  1. Palakkad Fort (Palakkad town)

Located in the center of Palakkad town in Kerala, was built by Hyder Ali. An important fort due to its history, is a must visit spot in Kerala.

  1. Bekal Fort ( Kasaragod, Kerala)

 Is located in the backdrop of Arabian seashore in Kasaragod, is known as the largest fort of Kerala. The water-tank and the nice temple at the entrance in combine with the amazing view make this fort a unique place.

   10.Hill Palace (Kerala)

The largest museum in Kerala where visitors can see paintings, beds and other things that are belonging to the Royal Family of Kochi.

Top 10 things to do in Karnataka

Karnataka is an important historical place with a big historic heritage where visitors can visit many historical and cultural monuments. The top 10 things to do in Karnataka follows below.

  1. Lalbagh Botanical Garden (Mavalli, Karnataka)

In southern Bengaluru, Karnataka visitors can explore the Lalbagh Botanical Garden which means The Red Garden, a famous Botanical Garden. The garden house’s over 1,000 different species of tropical flora. Inside the garden someone can find a glass house which is very famous and twice every year especially in January and August this house hold in flower shows.

  1. Hampi (near Hospet town – Karnataka state)

The most famous place of Karnataka is Hampi. Here you can see many structures, temples and other buildings that are belonging to Vijayanagar Dynasty. A must visit place for the reason that it is an UNESCO’s World Heritage Site.

  1. Belur – Halebid Temple ( Bangalore, Karnataka)

About 223 kilometers far from Bangalore, on the banks of Yagachi River, is Belur. A nice place known for its temples due to the south Indian architecture. 16 kilometers far from Belur is situated Halebid. There someone can see also temples with the unique characteristic that they are all built on a raised podium.

  1. Pattadakkal (State Highway 14, Karnataka)

 A World Heritage Site as listed by the UNESCO, Pattadakkal Complex has many large beautiful temples, built in the 8th century. The temple’s architecture is a combination of two kinds of architecture, the South Indian and the North Indian styles.

  1. Badami Cave Temples (Badami, Karnataka)

The most tourist place in Karnataka is the Badami Cave which was built by the Chalukya rulers. A complex of four caves which are carved out of a hill where you can reach after 2000 steps that needs to be climbed. The first two temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu.

  1. Gol Gumbaz (Jadar Galli, Vijayapura, Karnataka)

Gol Gumbaz was built in the 17th century and is the mausoleum of king Mohammed Adil Shah. This beautiful building far from Bangalore, about 530 kilometers, with a height of 51 meters is a must visit place for visitors in Karnataka. The main dome is known to be the second biggest dome in the world.

  1. Mysore Palace (Sayyaji Rao Road, Karnataka)

Mysore Palace or Ambavilas Palace, a place with an important history is located in Karnataka, India. In the area, visitors can find seven palaces including the Mysore Palace. In addition to, the palace complex includes twelve temples, with the oldest of them built in the 14th century.

  1. Vittala Temple ( Hampi, Karnataka)

This ancient temple is located in Hampi and it is known for its unique style of architecture. It is said to be one of the largest monument in the area which is located behind a beautiful scenery on the banks of the Tungabhadra River.

  1. Bidar Fort (Old City Fort Area, Karnataka)

Bidar Fort is situated in Bidar city in Karnataka and it is a very popular tourist area with many Islamic monuments. Inside this fort visitors can explore over 30 monuments.

  1. Om beach (Karnataka)

For those who love the sea, Om beach is a famous beach, where visitors can do many water sports such as surfing, jet skiing etc. Om beach offers an amazing sunset view and is the best place to relax.