Indian Panorama Travel Blog

India is incredible. No doubt. Deserts to Mountains. Rivers to Temples. The land of everything and everyone is for every living being on the planet. Imbibe the aura of compassion, love, joy, and ecstasy exploring the subcontinent – India. Your wisdom and decision-making abilities along with empathy for the world will skyrocket. You just cannot ignore India seeing its raw nature and busy atmosphere. You need to observe India, its temples, and everything just the way it is. Then, you will understand the intensity and glory of this nation.

Only those who visit India will know what Travelling means!

The Colours of Rajasthan

The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is the pink city of India. The colour of hospitality is spilt all over Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, and Amer Fort. Jodhpur is the blue city where Mehrangarh Fort, one of the beautiful forts in the world stands as a gorgeous guardian angel. Jaisalmer is the best place in the world for desert safari and camel trekking. It is the golden city for its Golden Sands, Havelis, and Jaisalmer Fort. Udaipur, the most romantic destination in India is the white city and also known as the city of Lakes. The vibrant colours of Rajasthan state make it a must-visit destination for travellers of the world. 

Taj Mahal – The Most Googled Monument

Taj Mahal beats Machu Pichu, Eiffel Tower, Niagara Falls, and Burj Khalifa has become the most googled monument in the world. Even Stonehenge and the Statue of Liberty stands behind Taj Mahal, the symbol of love. Built-in the 17th century by the Mughal King Shah Jahan in loving memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, Taj Mahal is the most UNESCO World Heritage Site in India. Grab a selfie with your loved one before the most iconic monument in the whole world. 

Floating National Park and Living Root Bridges

Keibul Lamjao (on the left) is the only floating national park in the world. Sangai, the endangered species and state animal of Manipur is found in this national park. People of this region who fish live in “Phumdis” (floating homes) while the Loktak Lake surrounds the whole premise. Likewise, Cherrapunji in Meghalaya is known for its tradition of growing bridges. The living root bridges (on the right) of Meghalaya is one of the greatest examples of going green. The concept of knotting tree roots to form a bridge is taught to the next generation to preserve mother nature and create harmony with the environment.

Great Living Chola Temples

The Tanjore Big Temple or Brihadeeswara in Tanjore, Gangai Konda Cholapuram in Jayankondam, and Airavateshvara in Darasuram are collectively called the Great Living Chola Temples. Standing as an eternal testimony to the achievements, architectural intellect, and warfare ideologies of the Chola Empire, these three temples are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Usually, Indian Panorama itinerary will take you to UNESCO Group of Monuments in Mamallapuram near Chennai followed by Great Living Chola Temples and then to Madurai for seeking blessings in Meenakshi Amman Temple.

Varanasi – Celebrating Death for 3 Millenniums

Millions of staunch Hinduism followers who wish to die gracefully come to Varanasi. One of the oldest living cities in India, Kasi or Varanasi or Banaras is the abode of death and strange traditions. Nudity is not prohibited in this zone where Sadhus and Aghoris will meditate sitting on dead bodies and look stoned all the time. The magical charm of Varanasi will fill out the unoccupied life in human beings to celebrate life ever after. Varanasi proudly teaches life through death.

12 Jyothirlinga Temples – The Radiant Shivalingas

Somnath – Gir Somnath in Gujarat, Nageshwar – Daarukavanam in Gujarat, Bhimashankar – Pune in Maharashtra, Trimbakeshwar – Nashik in Maharashtra, Grishneshwar – Aurangabad in Maharashtra, Vaidyanath – Deoghar in Jharkhand, Mahakaleshwar – Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh, Omkareshwar – Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh, Kashi Vishwanath – Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh, Kedarnath – Kedarnath in Uttarakhand, Rameshwaram – Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu, and Mallikarjuna – Srisailam in Andhra Pradesh are 12 Jyothirlinga temples in India. Light + Phallus is the meaning of Jyothi + Linga – Jyothirlinga. The 12 manifestations of Lord Shiva will awaken your senses and excite your soul with its divine presence.

Taj Falaknuma Palace – The Nizam’s Feast

“Mirrors to the Sky” is the meaning of the Falaknuma Palace in Hyderabad. Relive the past glory of the then richest person in the world – The Nizam of Hyderabad and walk back in time. At once you enter the gates of this paradise, you’ll be welcomed to the main building in an awe-inspiring chariot. Beautiful statues of belles holdings night lamps guide you from the railings of one of the exquisite staircases in the whole world. After witnessing hundreds of royal frames of famous people, there is a special antique chai time with your loved one. Get ready to read the handwritten notes of guests of the last 40 years in The Visitor’s Book (1911). In the laudable library, read the first edition of a book the Nizam had read (1894. There is also a beautiful photo album of the whole palace which you can compare with the present surroundings. The New York Times and Conde Nast Traveler has chosen this palace-turned-hotel in the list of top 15 destinations to visit in the world. Know more about Falaknuma Palace and 4 other luxury-fuming hotels.

Ajanta and Ellora Caves – The Mysterious Twins

The Buddhist Caves in Ajanta have many awe-inspiring paintings to read for a whole time. How could the ancient sculptors and painters carve and paint in such low light conditions? If the horse-shoe Ajanta Caves is a paradise of secrets, Ellora Caves is the undisputed master of mysteries. From erstwhile human sacrifice spots to its remarkable Kailasa Temple in the 16th Cave, Ellora is full of folklores and unbelievable truths. Explore the surreptitious cavernous corridors of Ajanta and Ellora Caves with Indian Panorama.

Khajuraho – Seek Spirituality through Sexuality

The most tantalizing town in India, Khajuraho is famous for its erotic carvings and sculptures. Not only sexuality, meditation, kinship, wrestling, and spiritual teachings are etched all over Khajuraho. The quaint hamlet of Madhya Pradesh is the finesse of Indian heritage and culture of the medieval period. This cultural hotspot is the creation of Chandela dynasty and was built between 950 CE and 1050 CE. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Khajuraho is an epitome of India’s advanced state-of-art art, architecture, and science inside temples. One of the beautiful places in India to propose your loved one.

Golden Temple, Amritsar – Silence and Serenity

The Golden Temple or Harmandar Sahib or Darbar Sahib is the spiritual paradise of the Sikhs. Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs is inside the temple. The Fourth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Ram Dass Ji had dug Amrit Sarovar (holy tank) in 1577 CE on advice from the 3rd Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Amar Dass Ji. Harmandir Sahib is an icon of brotherhood in India and also the best place in India for a married couple to seek blessings before beginning their new life. The ceiling of the Golden temple is made of pure gold while the four entrances to the holy shrine in all four directions speak about humility and equality amongst devotees. Egalitarianism is the most powerful ideology of the Golden Temple next to its serene aura. 

This list is just a minuscule of all the ecstasies in temples, monuments, hill station, and tourists circuits in India. It is a blessing to visit India before your life on this planet expires. The Land of Everything – India.

Temples of India to explore with your family and beloved ones.

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