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Destinations in India
Amazing things are found all over India. So regardless of where clients land, they won’t have to travel far to see something cool.
Mumbai's history as a trading center has rendered it one of the most diverse cities in the country, in all sectors: festivals, music, food, entertainment, religion, and culture. Perhaps its most famous claim to fame is the birthplace of Bollywood and the Indian film industry. The Elephanta Caves are also worth a visit. Located on Elephanta Island in Mumbai harbor, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to rock cut, cave temples predominantly dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.
Chennai is the place to go for lovers of the outdoors and beaches. Guindy National Park, the Madras Crocodile Bank Trust, and Elliot's Beach are just some of the dozens of outlets for experiencing India's nature at its finest. There's also several malls for shopping lovers, due to Chennai's IT hub.
Known as the "Garden City of India," Bengaluru is famous for its greenery and many public parks. Music fans will appreciate its secondary title as "Rock Capital of India," due to its thriving underground music scene. Vegan cuisine abounds here, so culinary lovers will want to sample the many delicious dishes from its plethora of restaurants. Bengaluru is also a major center for classical Indian music and dancing, so be sure to book your clients a seat to a live performance.
As the former capital of India, Kolkata is rich in literature and art. It's considered to be the culture capital of India, and a visit to the College Street Book Market - the largest second-hand book market in the world - shows just how much the city adores reading. Visitors should be sure to pay a visit to the National Library of India as well as the Indian Museum, the ninth oldest museum in the world, where visitors can learn about the national culture, history, and arts.
India's gorgeous capital and home to a treasure trove of culture. From the impressive Red Fort to the many shopping areas, Delhi is a fascinating blend of the historic and the modern. A love of cricket and football abounds and catching a match while visiting is ideal for sports fans. In addition, the Akshardham temple complex, one of the largest Hindu temple complexes in the world, is worth visiting whether someone is religious or not. It's impossible not to appreciate the beautiful architecture.