Central India is the pulse of the country. Mughals (Mongols) made their capital in the heart of India. Since then, the capital has remained in the Central Region. For visitors who prefer to know about the rich history of India; Central India is the place to go. Most of the country’s major landmarks are in the heart of the land. Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, plus the capital city are in this region.
Bihar is a significant location for Buddhism. Bodh Gaya, a city in Bihar, is the place where Buddha gained enlightenment. Patna, the capital city, was once the capital of the Mauryan Empire. Plus, this city has several temples and palaces worth visiting. For example, Nalanda (ancient Buddhist university), plus Vaishali and Rajgir (important places for Jainism) have a sacred ambiance.
Uttar Pradesh is the vintage destination in India. Opulent palaces and holy rivers abound in this land. Varanasi defines the sacred history of India. Furthermore, Agra is home to one of the seven wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal. Lucknow has royal palaces from ancient times. You must taste the mouth-watering kebabs in Lucknow.
Tourists mostly ignore Madhya Pradesh. However, it has dense forests, national parks, and historical tokens to be visited. If you want to go off the beaten path in India, you can do so here. Satpura National Park, Kanha National Park, and many more parks are waiting. Also, do not miss the grand monuments at Khajuraho.
The capital city of Delhi is the economic, political, entertainment and fashion capital. Stroll through the Mughal forts of Diwan-i-Khas, Khas Mahal, Mumtaz Mahal, and Dawaat Khana. Plus, the Lal Kila, aka Red Fort, is a major attraction. While there, you can capture a beautiful picture of the red colored building. In addition, Humayun’s Tomb is the mausoleum where you can find the tomb of Babur, Iza Khan and Humayun who are some of the great rulers of India. The lamp of India Gate never extinguishes as it is the symbol of the sacrifice of martyrs. Moreover, there are a plethora of monuments and places to discover in Central India. You just need to buckle up for the exciting ride.
December 6, 2016 11:32 pm