Undoubtedly, India has the largest diversity of religions, languages and races. India is a unique travel destination that's growing in popularity all the time. Many people come to India to learn yoga, meditate, or spend time at an ashram. Indian food can take a bit of getting used to for some people, but it really is worth it.
India has numerous mountains ranges next to jungles,
There are practically every kind of geographically diverse landscapes in Leh and Ladakh. If one is interested in culture and meeting new people of ethnic and traditional origin then a trip to Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and some remote villages in Haryana, Punjab and some parts of South India would do the trick. Archaeology fans might really enjoy The Ruins of Hampi, various parts of Gujarat and some across India-Pakistan border where Indus valley civilization ruins exist and of course Madhya
In all, India is a land of diverse cultures and backgrounds and one must surely visit it in a lifetime. Tourists are always welcome. Above all ‘Athithi devo bhava’.
Final year student at JMC, Delhi University.