About India

         The history of India dates back to 5000 years back when India's first major civilization flourished along the Indus River valley. The Indus civilization at one point of time extended nearly a million square kilometers across the Indus river valley and existed at the same period as the ancient civilizations of Egypt and Sumer but far outlasted them. Aryans came around 1500 BC and were mainly responsible for collapse of Indus Valley civilization. The Four Vedas or the important books of Hinduism/India were compiled in this period.

The modern India got its independence from Britain in 1947 after a long struggle led mostly by Mahatma Gandhi. However, the country was divided into two countries, in the process of becoming independent. Post independence, India has made huge progress in spite of great problems, and has developed its industry and its agriculture, and has maintained a system of government which makes it the largest democracy in the world.


  1. India is the dreamland for those travel vacationers who would like to accumulate unforgettable memories of their life. The country illustrates beautiful melange of traditional and modern features. Each and every part of India is comprised of incredible tourist attractions. An abode of multicultural facets, India is an astounding place of ancient mores and modern beauty. Stunning architectural buildings, splendid tourist attractions and alluring landmarks are some of the traits of Incredible India.


  1. India experiences at least three seasons a year, summer, Wet (or "Monsoon") and winter, each of which can vary in duration from north to south.
  2. The heat starts to build up on India's northern plains from around February, and gradually summer hot up by April or May and is at its peak in June. In central India temperatures of 45°C and above are commonplace. Even South India also becomes uncomfortable during summer season.
  3. The first signs of the monsoon (rainy season) are visible in some areas of India as early as in the early part of May. It rains heavily when the monsoon finally arrives around 1 June in the extreme south and later sweeping north to cover the whole country by early July. The season as well as the phenomenon that causes it is called the monsoon. There are two of them, the Southwest and the Northeast, both named after the directions the winds come from.
  4. Around October the climate starts becoming cooler and most of the northern cities become crisp at night in December. In the far south, the temperatures are comfortably warm rather than hot, since it never gets cool there. November to January is the winter season. There is also a brief spring in February and March, especially in North India.

Places to see in India

Popular Cities:

  • Agra
  • Darjeeling
  • Delhi
  • Goa
  • Jaipur
  • Kolkata
  • Mumbai

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India Festivals & Events:

Indian celebrate a huge number of festivals, most of them highly spectular and filled with colors. Therefore, it is a huge task to list all of them over here. However, given below is the list of some prominent festivals & events of India.

Republic Day: The Republic Day of India is a national holiday of India to mark the adoption of the Constitution of India and the transition of India from a British Dominion to a republic on January 26, 1950. It is one of the three national holidays in India.

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