TRAVEL TO NORTH: THE INDIA’S TOP
Forming India’s head and decorating it with divine beauties, the Northern India can be seen as an essential travelling spot. Moreover, North India is India’s top. North India is more diverse than the country itself. From breathtaking mountaineering ranges to the peaceful divine temples, it has everything that a traveler craves for. Geographically located at the top of India’s map, North India attracts every soul with its natural and godly locations situated at India’s top. In this article the traveling enthusiasts can find the best places to visit in the North India- the India’s Top. And my dear friend, if you are not passionate of travelling, why not give it a chance now?
PHOTO OF THE GOLDEN TEMPLE CLICKED DURING A NIGHT
GOLDEN TEMPLE: ARCHIVE OF SIKHISM
Located in Amritsar, Punjab the Golden Temple absorbs in it the essence of Punjab and Punjabiyat. More than that it is an archive of sikhism.As the night falls, the gurudwara covered with the pure gold shines like a cluster of stars. Every year it becomes the tourist attraction as it represents the history of Punjab, especially Sikhism, a reason it is regarded as the archive of sikhism. As it is located in plains, there is no weather which is unfavorable. But to avoid the irksome heat of the summers, the winter season is more preferable to visit the Golden temple. Reviews all across states to one thing alone, that it indeed an archive of sikhism.
A PANORAMIC VIEW OF DHARAMSHALA
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DHARAMSHALA: WINTER CAPITAL OF HIMACHAL PRADESH
Known for its bounteous flora and fauna, Dharamshala is a city of which acts as a refugee from our mundane lives. Dharamshala is also known as the Winter Capital of Himachal Pradesh. Dharamshala is surrounded by dense forests. McLeod Ganj, Bhagsunag, Dharamkot, Naddi, Forsyth Ganj, Kotwali Bazar (the main market) Dari, Ramnagar, Sidhpur, and Sidhbari are few gems for the travelers all around the worlds. It is also regarded as the land where the saints reside. It has many cultural and ecological sites to visit. The preferable time to visit, as it is a hilly area, is January to April and October to December. A visit to the Dharamshala, the winter capital of Himachal Pradesh is must.
MUSSOORIE: QUEEN OF HILLS OF NORTH INDIA
Located at the foothills Garhwal Himalayan Range, Mussoorie is a hill station that every traveler dreams of. Mussoorie is known as the queen of hills. It is surrounded by the spectacular views of both the Himalayan and the Shivalik ranges. It is situated at a height of 2,005 meters. Owing to this height, the weather is always pleasant, except when the extreme snowfall disrupts the daily life. However, it is a must visit place of the northern India for Mussoorie is called the Queen of Hills. Mussoorie is also an adventurous spot which is a cherry on the cake. The perfect time to visit the queen of hills is the September to January when the snowfall pleases every eye and soul. There’s a reason it is called the Queen of Hills.
A PANORAMIC VIEW OF THE VARANASI GHAT
VARANASI: GODLY CITY OF NORTH INDIA
Also known as Banaras and Kashi, Varanasi is a perfect place to travel if someone wants to see the religious India because it is where the God resides. It is one of the most visited places by the pilgrims and devotees for it believed that the God reside here. The city is located at banks of River Ganga- another Hindu goddess which reside here. It is also a major site of Hindu pilgrimage. Every year it attracts many visitors from around the world to have a glimpse of the ancient India. The perfect time to visit the city is around the Hindu festivals like Dussehra and Diwali, i.e. around October and November.
THE HOLY TEMPLE OF KEDARNATH
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KEDARNATH: THE DIVINE SNOW OF NORTH INDIA
Famous for the Kedarnath Temple, the town of Kedarnath is regarded as the home of Lord Shiva. The snow around the area is treated to be divine. The temple is an attraction to not only the pilgrims and the devotees, but also the trekkers and adventurers. The divine snow of the Kedarnath form the emblem of Lord Shiva. The temple cannot be reached by the road. So, it has to be covered by a trek of 22 KM uphill from Gaurikund. The divine snow of the Kedarnath temple is worth a watch. Kedarnath has in its buildings the myth of Mahabharat. The suitable time to visit the Kedarnath is April and November, as it is during this period that the Kedarnath is opened for the public.
OTHER PLACES OF NORTH INDIA
Apart from these prominent places, north India has in its womb many other travelling attractions. Nainital, Dehradun, Allahabad, Haridwar, Rishikesh, Mathura,Vrindavan, Amritsar, Chandigarh, Agra, Delhi, Lansdowne,
Kasol, Ranikhet, Spiti, Ladakh, Lucknow, Jim Corbett National Park, Vaishno Devi, Patnitop, Almora are only a few places which travelers must visit in the northern India.
This wide variety of places, adventure and religious sites makes the north India a repository of traveling sites.
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