It is said travelling to India changes your life. It has more than 1.000 million habitants, hundreds of languages, tens of religions… in other words, different ways to understand life and a unique culture. Packages holidays to India are a great idea, no matter the season of the year.
Even though there is not a bad month to travel to India, weather is better between October and March. However, having all the necessary information is essential to avoid unexpected situations. This way, packages holidays to India provide all the comfort and security you need to live and unforgettable experience.
There are more than 600.000 temples in India: their styles, colors and symbols are almost infinite. Some of them are really astonishing. When you visit them, you will think you are in a dream.
In this post, we talk about three temples you can’t miss while visiting India. Touch them, live them and stop dreaming with them.
Best temples in India
- Taj Mahal
It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and UNESCO World Heritage. With more than 7 million tourists visiting it every year, we couldn’t miss this monument in this list (or any list regarding monuments to visit all around the world). Taj Mahal is a mausoleum in memory of one of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan’s wives. Ottoman, Indian, Syrian and Persian artists worked together to design this emblematic Indian jewel, which is also a treasure of Muslim art.
- Sree Padmanabhaswamy
Padmanabhaswany temple is the most expensive in the whole world. This nickname was born in 2011, when many vaults, gold vessels, crowns and precious gems with a total value of 18 billion dollars were discovered. It is located in Trivandrum, in Kerala state. When Hindu moon shines, there is no other building with the powerful and beautiful bright of this amazing temple.
In New Delhi we find Akshardam, the most visited temple of the capital. It is a young building. In fact, it was finished in 2005 after 40 years of construction. This is the perfect place to breath Hinduism smoke and Indian history and culture. A great place to walk along and feel you are part of a wonderful postal. It is recognized as the Hindu temple with greater measures of the whole world.