Indian travel destinations



Traveler’s Jet provides complete travel information guide for your travel to India. Our website consists of tourist information and information on travel destinations, places to see, the culture, and numerous Indian cuisines and festivals. We have also extensively included information about Indian states and cities, hill stations, honeymoon destinations, backwaters, ayurveda, and beaches. India before independence was a golden bird and it still is. With wildlife sanctuaries, old monuments, widespread green lush paddy fields, to ranges of Himalayas. We have also managed to add in a special section named 'Tips for travelling to India' for those globe trotters who like exploring the world. By browsing through our website you will get the complete know how of India and it’s hidden treasures.

About India

India is part of Asia and is situated in the South Asian area and shares borders with Pakistan, China, Nepal, and Bangladesh. India is the largest south Asian democratic republic. India got its independence in the 1947 from the British rule who ruled over India for 100 years. India had always had the wealth of natural resources and abundance of space. The cultures and people vary from north region of India to southern and from east to west. India has fittingly been called Incredible. There is something magical about this land, and India is one place that should be in your list of must-visits, because it is rare that you get to see the aged values and traditions which date back to the Indus Valley Civilization around 5000 B.C. and run upto the rule of the British, who left India in the year of 1947. In the recent times the new India after independence in 1947 has grown into a confident, educated and aware of the world. The ideas are backed by IT hubs, forwarded by the power of knowledge and technology on one side, and the power of rich and dynamic industrialists on the other side, and where they blend seamlessly into each other and foray to become a superpower of the world in the future. They have the world’s best cricket players, scientist’s and great Indian food and colourful cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Calcutta, and Bangalore. India’s 60% population works in agricultural industry.

Economy of India

Briefly Indian economy is the 9th largest in the world as per IMF 2010. India is part of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) economy. India is the world’s biggest democracy, with the country being divided into 28 states, and 6 union territories. There is a central government, and separate state governments, all chosen by the people. All the states in India are hubs of culture and tradition, and offer virtually unlimited places to explore, and things to do. You can experience the Punjabi culture in the northern part, and you can also experience the more reserved and devoted to religion and tradition culture of the Tamils down south. India’s economy is growing with a projected rate of 7.0% for 2011-12 fiscal year. India recorded the highest growth rate in early 2000’s where the middle class consumer led the huge growth. India’s 52% population works in agricultural industry. The currency used in India is rupee INR which is approximately 80 Rupees to a pound or 45 rupees to a dollar.

Visit Incredible India

India is blessed with Mother Nature and has widespread landscape of lush green vegetation, highest mountain range in the world, beaches, and rivers among the largest in the world, and dense forests, with a lot of flora and fauna which is rarely found anywhere else in the world. This gift of India is all yours to explore and enjoy. India is, unmistakably, shiny in the north. You can experience the vibrant and colourful Guajarati’s in the west, to the learned Bengalis in the east, Tea plantation in Darjeeling, back waters in Kerala. You can have feel of their culture, their traditional values and the mythical philosophies they have to offer.

Come and pay a visit to India, and you’ll realize that if you hadn’t, you’d have missed something in your life. Check our website to see what India has to offer. You’d be delighted at the amazing place you’ll see. Places like Rajasthan, Kerala, Goa, Pondicherry, Himalayan range, and Kashmir to name a few will take your breath away.

Come and pay a visit to India, and you’ll realize that if you hadn’t, you’d have missed something in your life. Check our website to see what India has to offer for you. You’d be delighted at the amazing place you’ll see. Places like Rajasthan, Kerala, Goa, Pondicherry, Himalayan range, and Kashmir to name a few will take your breath away.