Indian Tourism and India Travel offers experience of a lifetime to the traveler. An Indian holiday is a dream cherished by many around the world. Places like India – Kerala and India – Kashmir have been listed by many travel magazines and websites around the world as 'must visit places' of the world. With 12.32% increase in the number of foreign tourists visiting the country during the Jan-Sep 2007 period compared to the corresponding period the previous year, the Indian tours sector expects a promising future in the tourism sector. An Indian restaurant experience is a must for foreign and domestic tourists alike.
Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities in the world, with a continuous history dating back 3,000 to 5,000 years. Today, it retains much of the allure of the ancient world. The center of the Hindu world, Varanasi touts an unrivaled diversity and a unique sense that can be experienced now where else.The holy city of Varanasi, known as the city of temples and learning, is a place of great historical and cultural importance. This religious capital of India is situated on the banks of the holy river Ganges and is presided over by Lord Shiva. It is the heart of India and an epitome of the synthesis of cultures, religions and races. The river-front of the city is decorated by hundreds of well built ghats which is a unique feature. The holy Buddhist place, Sarnath is in its precincts. Varanasi is the premiere most place of oriental learning. Simultaneously it is keeping pace with modern advanced knowledge. It has three universities .one Tibetan Institute and an Institute of Arabic Studies. The city is reputed for silk fabrics, perfumes, artistic brass and copper wares and a variety of handicrafts. It is an important centre of literature, art and culture. It has produced great poets. writers, musicians and scholars. This vibrant city of joy knowledge and liberation has a magnetic attraction for people all over the world.