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India's history dates back to more than 5,000 years. The Indus Valley Civilization is one of the oldest civilizations in the world, showcasing well-planned towns. Ancient India has witnessed several civilizations – The Vedic period with the Ramayan and Mahabharata written during this age; the Buddhist Era, Alexander's invasion, and the Gupta Dynasty. The country's rich history also witnessed powerful empires like Palas and the Cholas, with foreign invaders ruling the land from the 8th century to the early 20th century. Finally, in 1947, India freed itself from foreign rule and became an independent country

India is home to several festivals, with the major ones being Holi, Diwali, Dusshera, Id, and Christmas; each marked with unique festivities. However, the spirit and the celebrations unite the different corners of this vast country. Every festivity is underlined by a spirit of sharing and humanity, showcasing peaceful co-existence. 
One of the biggest fairs is the Kumbh Mela. Besides, the other popular fairs are the Gangasagar fair, Cattle Fair, Surajkund Handicrafts fair, and many more.

Just as vivid and vibrant as this country is, there is a galore of activities that you can indulge in here. Here is a list that mentions a few, but it is a never-ending list – one that you can keep discovering and adding on. 
A handful of stuffed paranthas at Parantha Wali Gali, Delhi
The Langar at the Golden Temple, Amritsar
Parasailing, Scuba diving, snorkeling, and flyboarding in Goa
Water sports in North Goa
Rafting in Rishikesh
Bike Trip in Spiti Valley
Sightseeing in Shimla and Manali
Fishing in Puducherry
Sightseeing in Coonor and Ooty
Jeep Safari at Jim Corbett National Park
City Tour of Kolkata
City Tour of Jaipur and Udaipur
Nature Camping in Meghalaya
Seakart drive in Andamans
Darjeeling Tea Garden Tour
Night stay in houseboats of Kerala
Ziplining at Patnitop
Golden Triangle covering Delhi-Agra-Jaipur
Shopping for ethnic saris at Jaipur or Chennai
Enjoying classical dance forms like Bharatnatyam in Tamil Nadu or Oddisi in Orissa
The erotic stone carvings of the Khajuraho Temple in Madhya Pradesh
Road trip to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hampi, Karnataka
The architectural delight of the Sun Temple at Konark, Odisha.
A stop at the Red Fort in the nation's capital New Delhi.
Trekking in the Valley of Flowers in Uttarakhand
Trekking at 16000 ft above sea level at Goecha La in Sikkim
Sight the Asiatic Lion at Gir National Park in Gujarat
Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh for the Barasingha deer
Rides on the world-famous Mountain Railways in India, also designated as UNESCO World Heritage sites. These are the Nilgiri Mountain Railway, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, and the Kalka-Shimla Railways.
And many more such inspiring journeys – the list is endless!

The world's second-most populous country with 29 states and 7 Union Territories, India is bounded on all three sides by some of the biggest waterways on the planet. The Arabian Sea on the West, the Bay of Bengal on the East, and the Indian Ocean on the south with the undaunted Himalayas in the North and the Thar Desert's sandy trails in the West complete the landscape and ecology of the country. The Northern Plains and the Deccan Plateau are intercepted by numerous rivers, tributaries, and distributaries, while mountainous regions are marked by waterfalls, gorges, forests, and valleys that are home to distinct species of flora and fauna
Indians have traditionally been part of the joint family system. It still runs deep in familial traditions, even though the traditional system has now been broken with more people adopting the nuclear family system. Customs and values are important here – the universal Namaste to greet people with folded hands, respecting elders, hospitality or Athithi Devo Bhava, fasting as a symbol of expressing gratitude and cleansing of sins, worshipping cow, the prevalence of arranged marriages, the elaborate use of Swastika, and more. 
With a rich heritage ingrained in beliefs, traditions, and social norms, India has been impacted by a mix of several cultures. India is a secular country, even though Hinduism is the most practiced religion here. The key aspect of the Indian culture is the amalgamation of different cultures with the predominance of Vedic and Dharmic thought processes. It is also the place where religions like Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism have originated. 
Everywhere you go, there is something different and special that you will get to taste in India. Indian food is as varied as its geographical landscape. The cooking methods differ largely, and so do the spices.  However, it is the traditional fresh spices that make Indian cuisine intoxicating, tasty, and healthy. Must-try cuisines include – Konkani, Odia, Bengali, Telangana, Mappila, Kathiawadi, Adivasi, Punjabi, Kashmiri, Gujarati, and more

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