Under the newly issued safety guidelines, a majority of monuments across India have been reopened to the public with strict safety measures in place.
India is the largest country in the South Asia Region, and shares International borders with Pakistan, China, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar and Tibet. From magnificent Himalayan ranges to vibrant beaches of Indian Ocean, india has a blessed topography. Talking about the tourist places in India, it is a land of timeless monuments, forts, palaces and their ruins and many heritage and archeological sites which are built around stories from the past. The capital of India is Delhi. It is a city of many mughal monuments and colonial-era parliament buildings and bustling lanes and busy streets. Indian Islands like Andaman and Nicobar and Lakshadweep are some secluded land which are surrounded by the Indian oceans and are best for the water enthusiasts. Indian is a country of colorful festivals, amazing remote mountainous villages, famous rivers like Indus, Brahmaputra and Ganges and serves as base to many Himalayan treks. You get to see vestiges of lost empires in almost every neighborhood in India which are evidences to its glorious and rich history.
India is a land of turbans, moustaches, bright saris, palaces, rivers and mountains, one thing which you must know that there are more than 20 languages which are spoken in India, Hindi is not commonly spoken by everyone but a large chunk of the population speaks Hindi. English can be understood in almost every parts of India, perhaps, not remote villages. India is a multitude of culture and tradition topped with a history that still stands in its forts and palaces, which form the major part of the tourist places in India.