At least we know from the Indian movies that India is famous for its incredible culture, tasty cuisine, scenic beauty, and heritage sites.
In this article, we are going to put the spotlight on some of the most beautiful cities scattered in India with stunning urban landscapes and a thriving cultural scene that you should visit.
Varanasi is a sacred place of settlement for Hindus and Jains. It’s also one of India’s most beautiful and historical cities situated in the northern part of the country. This city also ‘houses’ a lot of vendors, sadhus, entrepreneurs, priests, pilgrims, and families. The scenes of devotion in the river, set against the backdrop of stunning temples, are certainly some of the most impressive in the world.
Bangalore wasn’t called Pensioner’s Paradise and the Garden City of India for nothing. This vibrant city is very large and punctuated by green spaces. Although urbanization has affected the green ambiance of the city, it still has enough to make it one of the most beautiful cities in India, and lush green forests can still be found in the outskirts.
The list will definitely not be complete without mentioning Delhi, the capital city. Beyond being India’s capital which means it boasts magnificent infrastructure and the home to the executive, judiciary, and legislative branches of the Government, Delhi has more.
It is a creative hub—a large metropolis with many arts and culture-related activities to offer. Travelers can head there for the best dining experiences and nightlife, but also for sightseeing as the city is home to some of the most stunning temples, mosques, and forts. These include the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and the Baha’i Lotus Temple.
In this town lies Dal Lake, also known as the Jewel in the Crown of Kashmir which is a place you need to see at least once in your life. Any visitor will fall in love with the Dal Lake with its ‘innocent’ blue colour and pure serenity- reinforce by the reelection of houseboats dotted on its vast stretch. The people use this mode of transport to ferry fruits, vegetables, and flowers. You’ll definitely love this town and the silent murmur that comes from Dal Lake.