Visiting places in India
There are so many places to visit all over India, India has not only numbers of historical monuments to visit by Indians and foreigners, but tourist places like Shimla, Goa, Ooty, Munnar and many more places from Kashmir to Kanyakumari and Mumbai to Calcutta etc.
Historical monuments to visits are as Churches, Temples, Masjids, Gurudwars, Buddhists temples and many forts and palaces etc. rich in ancient architectural legacy.
There are monuments to the God, be they Buddhist, Hindu, Christian, Muslim or Sikhs; monuments to government, be they English or Indian; monuments to Maharajahs and India's most famous – the Taj Mahal, a monument to love.
Very lively Hindu temples architecture dominates the South and North with elaborately carved gateways (gopurams).
European churches stand on hillsides from South to North India, a legacy of two hundred years of British and other European countries rule. The British also left a rich repository of colonial buildings, airy whitewashed structures fragrant with the grandeur of the Empire.
India is also a land of fairs and festivals with at least one fair on each day of the year. Discerning shoppers will be pleased with its treasure trove of handicrafts in a truly remarkable variety of styles and prices.
Monsoon in India
India's climate is depends on by the Asian monsoon. The southwest monsoon prevails from June to October, bringing rain and cloud. The winds reverse their direction from December to January, bringing cool and dry weather to most parts of the country. The weather becomes hotter from March to May.
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