West Bengal is home to some grand houses and palaces built by the British. Kolkata, the state's capital, is often called the cultural capital of India.
From hill stations to historic temples, Karnataka has something for everyone. In 2018, it was the fifth most visited state.
Jammu and Kashmir, India's northernmost state, is known as "heaven on earth" for its lush valleys, azure skies, and snow-capped mountains.
Tourists go to Gujarat each year to explore its many historical landmarks, religious centers, and beautiful coastline.
Famous monuments like the Taj Mahal, Qutub Minar and Chaukhandi Stupa are in the state. Two prominent pilgrimage sites are here: Ayodhya and Allahabad.
In the foothills of the Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh has lush flora and snow-capped mountains.
Its cultural richness, religious heritage, and delicious cuisine have all contributed to Punjab's global fame.
Goa is known for its pristine beaches and breathtaking sunsets. The seafood from the area is extremely well-known.
Rajasthan is the land of kings, and it has a long and interesting past. You can hear stories about wars, wins, romances, and brave men in Rajasthan.
Kerala is called "God's Own Country" for its beauty. The state features beaches, historical landmarks, waterfalls, and stunning hill stations.