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India – The Land that Never Fails to Impress You
"India is the One Land that all men desire to see, and having seen once, by even a glimpse, would not give that glimpse for all the shows of all the rest of the globe"  -  Mark Twain. 
India, a vast country with a 7,500 km long coastline connecting the East to the West, and 2,500 km of the mighty Himalayas in the North, is splendid. In her vastness lies her true beauty; in her diversity lies her true unity! No country on the planet has such vivid diversification as Bharat, the Hindi name for India. A Secular, Socialist Republic India is the largest democracy in the world.
While conventionally, the mention of India would conjure up images of streets filled with holy cows and the snake charmers trying to woo you, modern India is a much different picture. From delectable Indian cuisines that have made to the global cuisine landscape, India is home to almost seventy percent of the world's spices. A growing percentage of the population has turned tech-savvy, with some successful techies, CEOs, and COOs coming from the Indian background. She is the best example of the past meets the present making way for a new emerging India - home to the globe's largest young population. 
India has a mystic allure – a magical enigma that will always keep you engaged. And, you can expect the unexpected here with many interesting surprises in store. From a floating post office in the Dal Lake in Srinagar to the architectural marvel of the world's largest sundial in Jaipur or the Meenakshi Amman Temple in the south, the festivities that surround Indian festivals like Holi and Diwali, to the iconic baoris in Gujarat, the Golden Temple in Amritsar where thousands are fed free every day, the oldest holy city of Varanasi, the Kumbh Mela, the iconic Taj Mahal, or the engineering wonder of the Bandra Worli Sea Link in Mumbai, every place is surprise-packed with never-experienced-before sights here. 
Hundreds of forts, palaces, temples, and mosques from ancient India blend seamlessly with modern engineering feats like the Pir Panjal Railway Tunnel in Jammu & Kashmir or the under-construction underwater metro tunnel in Kolkata. 
Not just man-made features, nature has been kind too. From the backwaters of Kerala to the gushing sea waves in Goa, the sand dunes of Rajasthan, and the white snowy peaks of the Himalayas, there are varied aspects that are difficult, to sum up in words here.


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