INDIA Tourism (Top 30 Countries to visit):-
The south Asian country, India, full of diversity as well as unity, doesn’t need any introduction. India is seventh-largest nation by area 3,287,263km2 . It is second-most populous nation (with over 1.2 billion people), and the most populous democracy in the world. India, the first name that comes in our mind when we are thinking about Culture, Tradition, globally renowned ‘Yoga’ and also about geographical diverse flora and Fauna.
Today, India is fastest growing economy in the world .in 2017; the Indian economy was the world’s sixth biggest by nominal GDP and third largest by purchasing power parity. India’s telecommunication industry is the world’s fastest-growing telecommunication industry. It added 227 million subscribers during the period 2010–11, more than population of most of the countries. The Indian pharmaceutical industry is among the significant emerging markets for the global pharmaceutical industry. The Indian pharmaceutical market is expected to reach $48.5 billion by 2020.really huge.
Despite of all these economic plus points India also has many sights for global travelers. TAJ MAHAL, one of the most iconic buildings built by human race situated in Agra and is also in seven wonder of world. In India, UNESCO recognized 36 world heritage site including (278 cultural, 7 natural and 1 mixed). Sunder van in Bengal is world’s largest mangrove forest and is native place of ‘BENGAL TIGER’. THE ‘Indian sub-continent’ is one of the most diverse nation countries in all aspect viz. religious variety, climatic variety, traditional variety, and obviously in art and culture. The diversity in INDIA is spread from Eastern Himalaya to Western Ghats, always attracts a large number of travelers.
Along with these all qualities India is also prominent in having huge military force. With strength of 1.4 million active personnel and 2.1 million reserve personnel and approximately 1.3 million paramilitary personnel, Indian army is one of the world’s largest military forces. The Siachen Glacier, 5000 meters above sea level, is the highest battleground in the world and the Indian Army controls it. Indian army also dominates in new technologies and super advanced military weapons. Prithvi, Agni, trishul, brahmos are prominent missiles in Indian army.