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Sanakrit language: "Salutations...Welcome!"

"NATARAJA-Shiva in Cosmic Dance", Chidambaram, South India The ancient land of India is a great tourist destination. Over the centuries many cultures have taken root and flourished here, enriching the ethnic, religious and architectural, cultural and culinary diversity of the land. The massive granite temples with their exquisite sculptures have withstood the centuries. The magnificent palaces of the past rulers and the forts with all their riches are great sights. The beautiful mausoleums and tombs of the Moghul rulers is exemplified by none other than the Taj Mahal. Ancient cities like Varanasi (aka Benares) have retained their identities.

The Taj Mahal The vastness of India has endowed her with a great geographical diversity, too.The snow clad Himalayas, the deserts of Rajasthan, the many beautiful hill resorts, several wild life sanctuaries - are all on offer for the tourist. The long coastline of the country offers its own delights - the sunny beaches of Goa on the West coast, the tranquil backwaters of Kerala in the South, to name just two.

sun'n'sand, a beach in Goa If you are interested in knowing what India has to offer to the tourist, please follow the links, provided alongside, to some tourism information sites. These are maintained by Departments of the Government of India. A link to a commersial Tours & Travels portal is also here.

Royal Bengal Tiger There are government tourism departments which can work out the itinerary and rates of a few (of the more popular) tourist circuits. The departments are Indian Tourism Development Corporation and Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation. Delegates can fix up their own itineraries with these departments.

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