North India

Indian Panorama aims to give you an insight into North India on this page. The breathtaking tourist destinations draw the attention of spiritual seekers and nature lovers across North India. The snowy mountains of Leh and Ladakh, the unending deserts of Rajasthan, the Taj Mahal in Uttar Pradesh, and the sacred centers of Uttarakhand add spice to your trip.

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Indian Panorama aims to give you the insight of North India in this page. The popular tourist destinations which attracts the spiritual seekers and the nature lovers are dotted across North India. The snowy mountains of Leh Ladakh, the unending deserts of Rajasthan, Taj Mahal in Uttar Pradesh and the sacred centers of Uttarkhand are included in this section.

Exploring and enjoying their fairs and festivities lets you know much about their cultural hostage. Among them is Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb, a traditional event showing unity in diversity. The dance forms of North India stand out as having their unique specifications to unravel during festival occasions or specific fairs of temples and pilgrimage sites.

Diverse clothing of North India enchant you with diverse varieties while the delicious cuisines of the various regions make you fall in love with the place. Herbage in North India falls into tropical evergreen, Sal teak, Indian rosewood pine, deodar, blue pine, firs, birch, and junipers. The Great Himalayan National Park and Kanha National Park are exceptional wildlife reserves that showcase the richness of balanced biodiversity.

Some popular spiritual destinations attract thousands of visitors and devotees include Char Dam Yatra, Ayodhya, Mathura, and Prayagraj. The Jama Masjid is the largest in India while the Mahabodhi temple is significant for Buddhism. Countless temples in North India help in finding solace and inner peace, while Amarnath Cave in Jammu and Kashmir, the Badrinath temple in Uttarakhand, and Kashi Vishwanath in Varanasi are some of them that speak of celestial powers chiseled in dazzling art form. These historical places in North India play a significant role in preserving the nation's heritage and passing on the treasure left behind by our ancestors.

Jammu & Kashmir

People who have made it to this blessed land rightly named it the “Paradise on Earth”. Yes, with snow-capped mountains, stunning greenery, glistening lakes, gorgeous alpine meadows and the ever smiling faces of its residents, Jammu and Kashmir is a truly paradisiacal land.

Rajasthan

If you are a traveler going around the world inquisitively, then Rajasthan will be an ideal choice for you. The state in north western part of India, Rajasthan keeps its antiquity alive with its palaces, lakes, forts and deserts dotted across.

Uttar Pradesh

The trip along the banks of the rivers Ganga and Yamuna will be quite magical exploring the culture and color of Uttar Pradesh, a state embedded in the heart of the country.

Punjab

The land of the Sikhs, Punjab is regarded as the land of five rivers in India. Punjab has grown in strength and preserved its culture for all generations to come sharing its capital, Chandigarh, with the state of Haryana.

Uttaranchal

Formally known as Uttrankhand, the state is regarded as the Land of the Gods. Uttrankhand is a place for historians and spiritual seekers alike.

Himachal Pradesh

This largely hilly and mountainous state to the north of Delhi is home to several iconic hill stations and while travel here is inevitably slow due to the sometimes tortuous roads, the rewards are significant.

Delhi

Delhi is India's capital and 2nd largest city. It is also one of the oldest cities in Asia and the many layers of its history make it a fascinating places to visit in Delhi.

Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand is home to some of the most popular hill stations in India. Mussoorie and Nainital are the favourites among them. The famous Jim Corbet National Park is also situated in the state of Uttarakhand.

Haryana

The state of Haryana bordering India from Punjab in the west is a hotspot for agricultural activity in the country.

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