Wednesday, September 5, 2007

Travel to India

Those who love India travel learn about India much in advance. The amazing diversity of Indian subcontinent becomes apparent when one travels to rural surroundings from urban area like New Delhi.

The capital of India offers wider landscape of modern cars, wide roads, skyscrapers and modern jets. It is on the path to compete with the best metropolis in the world. When one enters the suburban and rural landscape, India changes miraculously.

It is a bizarre mix of modern cars on highways and rustic thatched huts and the ubiquitous bullock carts. In the villages in interior the scenario is centuries old of society halted in progress and standing still since ages.
India is growing at a rapid pace and still preserves its age old customs, rites and rituals and the traditional way of life.

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