Why choose vacation in India?
India is one of the most controversial countries in the world. Bollywood produces more films than Hollywood, skyscrapers in downtown Delhi coexist with gigantic slums where many people live under…

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Shocking facts about India that you didn't know about before.
Without a doubt, India is considered one of the most beautiful and interesting countries in the world. She still remains a mystery to the majority, despite the fact that everyone…

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Features holiday in Goa
India is currently a very popular tourist destination among our compatriots ... Features holiday in Goa.But if another 5-10 years ago, tours to India were purchased because of the desire…

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Interesting Facts about India

India is an amazing and mysterious country. It always reigns a riot of colors and a happy mood. India is one of the most densely populated countries. The country ranks seventh in the world in size and second in the world in terms of population.
Living in India, of course, you can try Indian cuisine, which is famous for its spicy spices. And even requests to the waiter «no spicy», «no chilly» rarely lead to the expected result. Continue reading

HOLD THE SUN IN HAMPI
HOLD THE SUN IN HAMPI Hampi, Karnataka, is not even a city, but rather a village. It is notable for the fact that several hundred years ago one of the…

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Caste is only in India!
Probably every tourist who goes to India has probably heard or read something about the division of the population of this country into castes. This is a purely Indian social…

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Through the ages
The culture of India has evolved over the centuries, therefore, despite the modern rhythm of life, some ancient foundations have survived to this day. As a handshake, there is a…

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MOUNTAIN HARAMUKH, OR HOW TO CLEAR THE HEAD IN 6 HOURS
The real story of the journey to India must begin with words describing the repressed, confused, or confused spirit of the narrator. This introduction as it prepares the reader for…

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