India or Bharath is the Destination of the Millennium, a Land of All Seasons where beauty beckons, culture echoes, diversity delights and tradition talks. Those who reach India are greeted with a gracious Namasthe, Namaskaaram, Vanakkam or SatSriAkal denoting warmth, hospitality and respect – a tradition in tune with the countrys age-old motto Athidhi Devo Bhava where the guest is treated as God. India is a land of often bewildering diversity. It is a jigsaw puzzle of people of every faith and religion, living together to create a unique and colourful mosaic. There is a festival for every reason and for every season. Every celebration centres around rituals of prayer, seeking blessings, exchanging goodwill, decorating houses, wearing new clothes, music, dance and feasting.
Blessed with mist clad mountain ranges, deep blue seas, enigmatic deserts, golden beaches, emerald green valleys, palm fringed backwaters on the one hand and unique art forms, exciting fairs and festivals, interesting pilgrim centres, exclusive heritage sites, royal forts, majestic monuments, architectural marvels and exotic flora and fauna on the other, this legendary land is unique in all aspects – it is no wonder that India has emerged as one among the Top Five Tourist Hotspots of the world, with a tremendous increase in tourist traffic all through the year.
Discover and explore this wonderful peninsular subcontinent that is India, the land that projects Unity in Diversity – surrounded by the grand snow capped Himalayan ranges in the North, the spectacular coastline offered by the Arabian Sea in the West, the vast Bay of Bengal in the East, and the awesome Indian Ocean in the South.. India has such a wide range of climatic factors that its impossible to pin down the best time to visit weather-wise with any certainty. Most of India has three seasons:
– Cool Season – October to February.
– Hot season – march to June.
– Rainy / Monsoon – monsoons start from mid June to September.
October to March tend to be the most pleasant months for most of the parts of the country. The mountainous areas in North India usualy have snowfall between December and March. Kashmir and the mountainous regions of Himachal Pradesh are at their most accessible between May and September. India is blessed with a huge number of festivals, and several are so spectacular that you would be a fool to miss them if you were remotely within spitting distance. During any season India can offer you a stunning range of destinations and experiences. In summer, when the scorching, there are many picturesque Himalayan and non-Himalayan hill resorts. Srinagar, Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Shimla, Kullu, Manali, Mussoori, Nainital, Shilong Darjeeling, Mount Abu, Kodaikanal etc are some of hill resorts in India which have comfortable life during hot weather seasons. India has also many cool trekking trails. During Himachal tours one can enjoy at many hill stations and cool trekking trails. India also has many lovely beaches which provide cool climate during summer and warmth during winter. If you are interested spending your holidays at beaches, Goa tours can be too much fascinating.
In winter season, cities of India come alive with cultural feasts of music and dance. In spring, India provides feast for tourists eyes. There are all around abundance of buzzing flora and fauna which provide beautiful natural sights.
India has been always warm and inviting. It is a place which offers infinitive options for your India tours. Just choose one that favours you and experience different facet of its fascination. It is waiting for your arrival every time and of course in every season.