6 stunning destinations for traveling in India (Part 2)

Nohsngithiang Waterfall

Also known as the Seven Sisters Falls, Nohsngithiang is a beautiful landscape in the state of Meghalaya, one of the wettest lands in the world. Meghalaya means “abode of clouds”.

In the rainy season, seven Nohsngithiang falls rushing down from the limestone cliffs about 315 meters high amidst the green natural scenery. This breathtaking and poetic sight is enough to charm any nature-loving soul.

Meenakshi Temple

Located on the banks of the Vaigai River in Madurai City, Tamil Nadu State, Meenakshi Temple is one of the most sacred places in India. The temple was erected in honor of Meenakshi, a form of the goddess Parvati in Hinduism.

The magnificent Meenakshi Temple was built in the 14th century, but the vestige of a Hindu goddess temple is believed to have been from the 6th century.

The work impresses with thousands of intricate, colorful statues Carved, elaborate artifacts on the towers here. Every year, Meenakshi temple welcomes millions of devotees and tourists to the pilgrimage to worship.

Lakshadweep Islands

The endless blue beaches of Lakshadweep, an archipelago of 36 islands, large and small in the Indian Ocean, will satisfy every beach lover. The name Lakshadweep in Malayalam and Sanskrit means “one hundred thousand islands”.

Coming to Lakshadweep Islands, visitors have the opportunity to temporarily escape from the daily rush to relax, enjoy the beautiful scenery and the rich flora and fauna here. If you’re looking for an ideal location for your honeymoon, Lakshadweep is a suitable suggestion for couples.

Besides, The Lotus Temple in New Delhi, with its elegant lotus-shaped architecture, has welcomed more than 70 million followers since it opened in 1986. It is one of the Baha’i religious centers.

Above are the suggestion of 6 stunning places for traveling in India. If you have a chance to visit this beautiful country, try visiting them at least once!