اعلان الهيدر

Religious Tourism In India. Over the years, India known for its beauty and the beauty of its features. India has won the title of the subcontinent or the peninsula, as the water borders it from three directions, namely the Arabian Sea in the west, the Indian Ocean in the south, and the Bay of Bengal in the east, and that strategic location has greatly contributed to making tourism in India

India considered one of the cheapest countries in the world for tourism, in addition to what it has gained from the reputation and fame of tourism because of its attractions that meet the different tastes of tourists from

 historical, cultural and religious tourism derived from many cultures and civilizations around the world, so you feel as if you are visiting several countries while you are in the heart of one country. Some entertainment, a lot of calm and the beauty of nature

Religions in India and the ratio of all of them

79.8%

Hinduism

14.2%

Islam

2.3%

Christianity

1.7%

Sikhism

0.7%

Buddhism

0.4%

Jain

0.2%

No religion


Islamic religious tourism in India

Jama Masjid

The construction of the Great Mosque in Delhi dates back to the Mughal era in 1054 AH / 1644 CE, and it took 14 years to build, and it is known as the Royal Mosque of Shah Jehanbad 

The Jama Masjid considered one of the largest mosques in India at all, and its facilities in India considered one of the verses of art in the history of Islamic architecture only, but also in the history of world architecture

Lal Castle or the Red Fort

The Red Fort was established by Sultan Akbar in the year 964 AH / 1556 AD, and its construction continued until the year 1000 AH / 1579 AD,

And it is a huge fortress surrounded by large walls, and within this great fortress a group of buildings were established such as the Muti Mosque, the palaces of Sultan Akbar and Sultan Shah Jahan

Humayun's tomb

Humayun's Tomb in Delhi houses the body of Mughal Muslim Emperor Nasir al-Din Humayun. The mausoleum commissioned by the Emperor's wife, and construction began in 1562 AD. Humayun's Tomb is one of the most prominent monuments of the Mughal Islamic civilization in India, and for it included in the UNESCO list of the most important World Heritage Sites in 1993

Taj Mahal

The Taj Mahal is a mausoleum built by the King, Shah Jahan, from 1630 to 1648 to contain the remains of his third wife, known as Mumtaz Mahal,

 And is considered one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic architecture, as it is widely known as the jewel of Islamic art in India and one of the eternal masterpieces in the world

Qutb Minar

It is an Indian historical landmark located near Delhi, its lighthouse is the longest of its kind in India and the second tallest in the history of the Islamic world after the Giralda Lighthouse in Seville 

The Qutub Minar is one of the largest minarets in ancient mosques, the tallest brick minarets in the world, and the tallest minaret in India

Let's get to know more of the famous Indian tourist attractions

Charminar Mosque


 "Charminar" mosque, with its four towering minarets, is one of the most important religious symbols and landmarks in the jewel of South India, Hyderabad

Which is a distinguished and prestigious city at the local and international level, as it includes a number of the oldest and most famous scientific universities, in addition to various parks, palaces and buildings Predominantly Islamic architecture, ideal for family holidays

Mysore Palace

This palace is at night like a lamp from Aladdin's magic lamps, and it is the most famous shrine in the city at all. The palace houses the oldest zoo in India and is a center for selling incense and fine Indian silk fabrics

Now is the time to get to know the most famous cities in India and the most important landmarks in it

The most famous landmarks in Kerala

        Munnar Hill

        Tata Te Museum

        Lake Kundala

        Muthanga Wildlife Sanctuary

        Theronakara Mahadeva Temple

The most famous landmark in Mumbai

        the Flora Fountain

        Elephanta Island

        Chowpatty Beach

The most famous landmark in Kashmir

   Srinagar

        Amarnath Cave

        Mansapal Lake

        Bari Mahal

The most famous landmarks in Goa

      Dudsagar Falls

        Andaman Islands “beach paradise”

       Les Ladakhs

The most famous landmark in Agra

        Taj Mahal

       Red Fort, Agra Fort

        the old city

The most famous landmark in Bengaluru

        Bangalore Palace

        Tipu Sultan Castle

        Leibag Park

       Atara Court

The most famous landmarks in New Delhi

        Great Mosque

      India Gate

        Chowk Chowk Market, Sarojini Market

       Qutub Minar

       Red Fort

        Lotus Temple

        National Museum

        Humayun Mausoleum

        National Zoo

The most famous landmarks in Kochi

        Vigaland Theme Park

        Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary

       Folklore Museum

        Indo-Portuguese Museum

        Hill Palace

The most famous landmarks in the city of Hyderabad

        Mecca Mosque

        Sharimnar Mosque (Jhar Minar)

      Hussain Sagar Lake

       British Palace

The Temple of Gold: This temple distinguished as one of the sacred shrines of the Sikhs, but tourists from different religions come to it from all over the world due to its stunning design of pure gold and marble. How much this temple is located in the city of Amritsar

There are many religions and beliefs that Indians believe in, and that why it noted

That they have some customs and rituals that may be strange to the rest of the world, and among these beliefs

The body of a person is burned after his death, by placing it in the middle of wood and setting fire to it, as this is a tribute to the dead

The widow placed alive with her husband's body and cremated together, in order to prove her loyalty to him

 Many Indians sacrifice their head hair in the temples, and this hair exported to the countries of the world. India ranks as one of the most exporting countries of human hair.

Entry to some temples may require crawling on the ground in a circular motion instead of entering by walking, as it believed that crawling in the temple will spare them skin diseases. The cow is a symbol of fertility in India, and it a sacred animal that not The slaughtered. It even walks the streets unimpeded


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