India Heritage & Culture
India’s population approximately 1.4 billion, it is the second largest populous country in the world, here more than three hundred different languages, india is the birthplace of four religions Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism also here majority of Christians and Islamism, India is a country whose traditions are deeply rooted in society and are the result of Persian, Arab, Turkish and Mongolian influence, but also European, especially from England for having been, for years, a British colony. Also due to the enormous extension of territory, religion, dance, architecture and food vary from one region to another. Indian cuisine is very tasty, a result of the spices they use to season typical dishes. The most frequent are cloves, cinnamon, ginger, pepper, cardamom and papikra, In Indian culture the cow is sacred animal representing the ideals of motherhood, life and good luck. It is the most curious beliefs for Westerners is that in Indian culture.
India is famous for many historical, architectures monument and Temples made by Hindu Kings & Mughals such as symbol of love – The Taj Mahal, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, Mysore Palace, Golden Temple, Ajanta and Ellora Caves, Khajuraho Temples, Sun Temple in Konark, Shore Temple in Mahabalipuram and famous India wild life Parks – Bandavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Ranthambore National Park, Tadoba Nationanl Park, Bharatpur Bird sanctuary, Jim Corbett National Park.
India is divide in four regions, North India, South India, East India, West India, A region in northwestern India, Rajasthan (land of the Maharajahs) is a fascinating mix of beautiful old towns and impressive wildlife parks. you will find everything that India is famous for! In this region, you will wonder at the architecture of impressive fortresses, princely palaces and Hindu and Jain temples. You will become acquainted with daily life as you walk through the small towns in which sacred cows and elephants define the street scene.