The cuisines in India are one such aspect which is as vast and wide ranging as its multiethnic culture. India specializes serving the most diverse cuisine in the whole world. India offers exotic dishes that are marked by the subtle uses of spices and herbs. Throughout India, North, South, East and West spices are generously used in food. Every single spice used in Indian dishes carries some or the other nutritional and medicinal properties. Celebrate your journey by walking the Talkatora Stadium in Delhi for the International Mango Festival with over 500 varieties of mangoes, sip a cup of tea as you witness beautifully pruned tea bushes spread like green carpets covering about 216200 hectares of land in Assam and add some flavor to it with cinnamon, ginger, and cloves spices of Kerala. Tantalize your taste buds with exotic dishes from all over the country. Explore this and much more while on a culinary
tour to India.
You should not be surprised to know about the ancient Indian game of golf which is almost two hundred years old. In India you can play golf almost anywhere. This outdoor sport is widely played by a cross-section of people. In the hills and high Himalayan fastness, in metropolitan cities and in small towns, by lakes and forests, or surrounded by tea estates, out in the deserts and in old cantonment, this flavor of India is visible everywhere.
What makes golfing in India exciting is the diversity of its courses. Not only does it have the oldest gold club in the world outside Great Britain, but also the highest, at Gulmarg (altitude 2,700 meters) in Kashmir. There are golf courses in the mountains, plains, deserts and at beach resorts. The environment of each course is unique in its culture and history, highlighting all that makes India a diverse destination. In fact, it would not be wrong to say that one of the best ways to experience India is through its golf courses.Festivals & Fairs
Festivals in India are an integral part of people's lives. Festivals of India portray the rich cultural heritage of the country. Indian festivals speak of India's rich cultural and traditional background. The colorful festivals are an integral part of every Indian. You can be part of this rich cultural heritage by celebrating and participating in these celebrations.
To experience the richness of these festivals like Onam in Kerala, Holi in Mathura or Pushkar, Dushera in Kota or Mysore, Hemis Festival in Ladakh, Desert Festival in Jaisalmer and Pushkar Fair in Pushkar, Rajasthan, please fill up our tailor made questionnaire and specify your preferences or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The commonness in all the celebrations is that it celebrates humanity..