India, seventh largest country in the world, prides itself on being the largest democracy on Earth. Due to It's extremely diversity (vast differences in geography, climate, culture, language and ethnicity), India is the land of colours. A land of lakes & rivers, of snow-capped mountains & forest-covered hills, India attracts a large number of tourist from all over the world. New Delhi, capital of India, is the second most populated state in Asia. India is a place, where many languages, use to speak, but Hindi and English are two language, which are most popular and used by most of the people residing in this country, however there is not a recognized national language. The primary religion in India is Hinduism; however four major religions originated in the country. Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism all began in India, and helped create the diverse culture of India today. Rupee is known as the Indian currency.

It is also known for highly sophisticated urbanized culture on the basis of evidence of archaeological —the Indus civilization -- and throughout the centuries residents of the subcontinent developed a rich intellectual life in such fields as mathematics, astronomy, architecture, literature, music, and the fine arts.

India, which is occupies the greater and bigger part of South Asia. It is a constitutional republic divided into 29 states and 7 union territories, every states vary on size and demarcated on linguistic line, every state having its own substantial degree of control over its own affairs.

In India, ages reflect themselves through the monuments viz. Ajanta & Ellora(Maharashtra), Bodhi Temple(Bihar), Khajuraho Temple(Madhya Pradesh), Hawa Mahal(Rajsathan), Red Fort(Delhi), Ancient Temples(Tamilnadu), Taj Mahal(Agra) and many more..India has a many of tourist places and attractions. A very first, the Taj Mahal which is placed in Agra: one of the Seven Wonders of the World. The Taj Mahal is a mausoleum made of white marble: a beautiful landmark. Nearby of Taj Mahal you can take a look at the Red Fort as well. Another quieter city, is the city of Varanasi, where you will find impressive Hindu temples. Religious ceremonies are also performed in Varanasi. You can make a city trip to Mumbai or the capital New Delhi.

India has also two island chains apart from the mainland – the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal and the Lakshadweep Islands in the Arabian Sea.

You can enjoy the view of Beautiful landscapes in the north. From the northern Dharamsala you can make beautiful excursions in nature and the mountains.

 India is also known for colour. In many places, you can feel and which is expressed in Rajasthan: a state which is situated in the northwest of India. Here you will find colourful buildings, markets, fortresses and the residents are dressed very nicely, due to which, it is also known as pink city. Mehrangarh Fort you can climb and offers a view of the beautiful city of Jodhpur. In this area you can also visit the desert or spot tigers in a nature reserve. In a month of March the Holi festival is celebrated: a big festival and Hindu holiday where we enjoy the victory over evil is celebrated, and celebrate it with colours. This is a big festival, and especially in the north of India. There is dancing and making music. People also throw water and coloured powder, so that everyone gets coloured on them.

Just like Holi, Rajasthan, Indian has lot of beautiful landscapes, lakes, mountains and many more things, which can be a beautiful experience, just like India is a true experience.

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Currency of India

The rupee (INR; Symbol : RS) is the official currency in India, and the Reserve Bank of India is the authority in charge of issuing currency.

1 INR is equivalent to 100 paisa and the Notes which are acceptable in Indian Markets are 2000, 500, 100, 50, 20 and 10 and coins are RS 2, 1 and 50 paisa

Credit Crads : -  In all major cities, credit card is being acceptable by all kind of vendors including debit cards, American Express, Dinner club, Master and Visa Cards, in comparison of small town and villages, for those area, they refer to deal in cash (INR)

ATM :- An ATM machine could be found easily in every major city, with acceptance of all debit and credit cards, through which you can withdrawal a hard cash for daily use, shopping in small town, small vendors  etc.

Currency Exchange:- In every bank you can find and avail the facility of currency exchange, apart from bank, on the arrival, on airport you can also avail the same, or do it by authorised travel agencies or your own travel operator, through which you booked your travel package.              

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Variety in Cuisine

India is most populated and crowded with different culture, approximately 1.4 billion people living in India and speaking over 23 languages. India is having a very vast range of various castes and cultural backgrounds. India is a multidimensional and multi traditional country, and the same thing goes with food as per state, region and religion.

The cooking style varies from region to region and is largely divided into South Indian & North Indian cuisine.

Bengali Food

Bengali cuisine is always famous and recognise for its fabulous and use of panchphoron, which is a mixture of five essential spices, namely mustard, fenugreek seed, cumin seed, aniseed, and black cumin seed. The specialty of Bengali food lies in the perfect combination of sweet and spicy flavors.

Gujarati Food

The traditional Gujarati food is primarily vegetarian and which is highly nutritional value. Gujarati thali famous for various kind of mouth-watering dishes. Every Gujarati food prepared through a different cooking style, for a different taste.

Kashmiri Food

Rice is the main food of Kashmiris and has been so since long times. Meat, along with rice, is the most popular food item in Kashmir. It has now taken some of the features of the cooking style adopted in Central Asia, Persia and Afghanistan.  

Punjabi Food

The cuisine of Punjab has huge variety of mouth-watering vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian dishes. This cuisine has a rich tradition of many distinct and local ways of cooking The spice content ranges from minimal to pleasant to high.

Rajasthani Food

The cuisine of Rajasthan is quite similar to Gujarat, primarily vegetarian and offers a fabulous variety of lip-smacking dishes. The spice content is quite high in comparison to other Indian cuisines, they use high amount of Ghee in every dish, and famous for sweets as well.

South Indian Cuisine

The cuisine of South India is known for its light, low calorie appetizing dishes. The traditional food of South India is mainly rice based. The cuisine is famous for its wonderful mixing of rice and lentils to prepare yummy lip smacking dosas, vadas, idlis and uttapams

Mumbai Food

The cultural diversity of Mumbai can be seen in the culinary richness that the city offers in the form of street food with Muslim, Gujarati, South Indian, Parsi, and Maharashtran influences, generally these are safe and healthy places to eat- after all, you can watch the food being prepared right in front of you.

Samosas, Vada Paav, Aloo chat and many more delicious, inexpensive snacks are available on road of Mumbai.

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Suggested Time to Visit

India could be visited throughout the year. Whereas winter months from October till March are the peak season for tourism in India. Monsoon is the best time to visit for enjoying the rain in Northern India as well as the hills or plains in the South for Ayurveda therapies, winter months are perfect too for wildlife spotting. The main tourist destinations such as Rajasthan, Agra (home to the Taj Mahal), Goa and Kerala get quite crowded. During Christmas and New Years in particular, Goa is completely packed.

If you plan your holiday during this time, it is best to book at least three months in advance to get the best

At Journey Quests we educate that if you want to get the most out of your trip it's best to follow these essential rules.


According to “The India Meteorological Department (IMD)”, weather of India is mainly designates three climatological seasons.

Winter:- starts from October to March. The coldest months of the year are December and January, when temperatures average around 10–15 °C (50–59 °F) in the northwest; and it rise up when you moves towards the India’s southeast, peaking around 20–25 °C (68–77 °F).

In this delightful season, you can visit some peaks and different holiday destinations in India named: Delhi, Agra, Rajasthan, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Bikaner, Jaipur, Bundi, Varanasi, Kahjuraho, Mandawa, Ranakpur, Pushkar, kerala, Mumbai, Goa, Ranthambore National Parks, Corbett National Park, Kaziranga National Park, Sundarbans National Park, Gir National Park,    Andaman Island, Lakshadweep, Mysore, Wayanad, Rajgir, Digha and Kolkata

This season, these are most favourite destination among the traveller, so it is advisable to pre plan and book the package to avoid inconvenience.

Summer or pre-monsoon season:-  April month mark as a start-up of this season which remain up to July , where April is the hottest month of the year in western and southern regions, May is the month for northern regions of India. Temperatures average around 32–40 °C (90–104 °F) in most of the region.

In summer you can enjoy with crowd escaper destination like mountains, hill stations, wildlife where you can spot tigers in their natural environment, summer is the best time, to break away from the heat and enjoy the destination with your loved ones named Srinagar, Kargil, Kashmir,Leh, , Nainital, Pancheshwar, Mount Abu, Kanha, Manas National Park, Manali, Dharamsala, Mussoorie, Munnar, Kadaikanal, Ooty, Harslay Hill, Andaman Islands, Gir National Park, Mahabaleshwar, Shilong, Twang, Gangtok, Kalimpong and Darjeeling.

Monsoon or rainy season:- Remaining from August to September. The season having a humid southwest summer monsoon, which slowly cover across the country. Decent amount of rainfall is experienced by the region in these two months, beginning in late June or early July. Monsoon rains begin slowdown from North India at the beginning of October. South India typically receives more rainfall.

This season is gift for those traveller who love a dash of rain, smoky clouds, with nature's goodies, here are some destination, where you can enjoy in this season, named: Alibaung, Athirapally, Agumbe, Kanyakumari, Pahalgam, Bikaner, Kinnaur, Kumarakom, Udaipur, Zanskar, Ziro, Sikkim, Dooras, Lonavala, Neemrana, Diu-Daman, Spiti Valley, Amritsar and Coonoor.

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Visa Availability

Visitors to India must obtain a visa from an “Indian diplomatic mission” to visit and make travel enjoyable and without any obstacles unless they come from one of the visa-exempt countries or a country whose citizens may obtain a visa on arrival, or an e-Visa online.

In following cases, a traveller does not require any kind of visa to travel India.

  1. traveller of India Origin
  2. Spouse or children of a traveller of India Origin.
  3. Citizen of Nepal Bhutan Countries, Excluding mainland China
  4. Citizen of Maldives ( for not more than 90 days )
  5.  Citizen of Japan, can apply for the Visa On Arrival, on Bangluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hydrabad, Kolkata and Mumbai international airport, which cost 2,000.

Collective Visa :- Collective visa can be issue only for the group, which must not be less than 4 people, and that group must be sponsored by any Indian travel agency, affiliated by government of India and Ministry of tourism.

Apart from this, there are few more kind of VISA , which is mentioned below.:-

  1. Business Visa
  2. Conference Visa
  3. Diplomatic Visa
  4. Entry Visa
  5. Emergency Visa
  6. Journalist Visa
  7. Medical Visa
  8. Internship Visa
  9. Missionaries Visa
  10. Permit to re-enter India within 2 months
  11. Research Visa
  12. Student Visa
  13. Tourist Visa
  14. Tourist Visa on Arrival
  15. Transfer of Visa into New Passport
  16. Transit Visa

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