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Best Places to Visit in India

1. Jammu & Kashmir- Chalo Kashmir

2. Himachal Pradesh - Unforgettable Himachal

3. Punjab - India Begins Here

4. Uttarakhand - Exploring Uttarakhand

5. Haryana - A Pioneer in Highway Tourism

6. Rajasthan - The Incredible State of India

7. Uttar Pradesh - Amazing Heritage Grand Experiences

8. Gujarat - Vibrant Gujarat

9. Bihar - Blissful Bihar

10. Madhya Pradesh - The Heart of Incredible India

11. Sikkim - Small But Beautiful

12. Assam - Awesome Assam

13. Meghalaya- Halfway to Heaven

14. Arunachal Pradesh - The Land of Dawnlit Mountains

15. Nagaland- Land of Festivals

16. Manipur - Jewel of India

17. Mizoram - Peace Pays

18. Tripura - Visit Agartala

19. West Bengal- Beautiful Bengal

20. Odisha - The Soul of Incredible India

21. Jharkhand- A New Experience

22. Chhattisgarh- Full of Surprises

23. Telangana - It’s all in it

24. Andhra Pradesh - The Essence of Incredible India

25. Tamil Nadu - Enchanting Tamil Nadu

26. Kerala - God’s Own Country

27. Karnataka - One State, Many Worlds

28. Maharashtra- Unlimited

29. Goa- A Perfect Holiday Destination

1. National Capital Territory of Delhi- Dildar Delhi

2. Puducherry- Give Time a Break

3. Lakshadweep Islands - 99% fun and 1% land

4. Andaman & Nicobar Islands - Emerald, Blue and You.

5. Dadra and Nagar Haveli- The Land of Natural Beauty

6. Daman and Diu - Small is big

7. Chandigarh- The City Beautiful

Well, I don’t think I need to write anything more.
FYI, These are the 29 Indian States and 7 Union Territories with their Tourism Taglines.
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India is a country in South Asia that is officially known as the Republic of India (Hindi: Bharat Ganrajya). It is the world's seventh-largest country in terms of land area, the second-most populated country, and the world's most populous democracy. It shares land boundaries with Pakistan to the west, China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east, all of which are bordered by the Indian Ocean on the south, the Arabian Sea on the southwest, and the Bay of Bengal on the southeast. India borders Sri Lanka and the Maldives in the Indian Ocean, and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands have a maritime border with Thailand, Myanmar, and Indonesia.

55,000 years ago, modern people arrived on the Indian subcontinent from Africa. Their long occupancy as hunter-gatherers, which began in various degrees of isolation, has resulted in a territory that is very diverse, second only to Africa in terms of human genetic variety.  Settled life first appeared on the subcontinent 9,000 years ago, on the western outskirts of the Indus river basin, and gradually evolved into the Indus Valley Civilisation of the third millennium BCE.  By 1200 BCE, an archaic version of Sanskrit, an Indo-European language, had diffused into India from the northwest, emerging as the Rigveda's language and documenting the birth of Hinduism in India.  In India's northern and western regions, the Dravidian languages were displaced. [

By 400 BCE, Hinduism had developed caste segregation and exclusion, while Buddhism and Jainism had evolved, asserting social hierarchies unrelated to heredity.  The loose-knit Maurya and Gupta Empires located in the Ganges Basin arose from early political consolidations.  Their age was characterized by a wide range of creativity, as well as the decline of women's status and the consolidation of untouchability into an organized system of religion. [g]  The Middle Countries of South India introduced Dravidian-language scripts and religious cultures to Southeast Asian kingdoms. 

Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism all established themselves on India's southern and western coasts throughout the early medieval period.  Muslim troops from Central Asia invaded India's northern plains on several occasions, eventually creating the Delhi Sultanate and integrating northern India into medieval Islam's cosmopolitan networks.  The Vijayanagara Empire established a long-lasting composite Hindu culture in south India in the 15th century.  Sikhism arose in Punjab, opposing institutionalized religion.  The Mughal Empire, which began in 1526 and ended in 1526, brought two centuries of relative peace to the subcontinent, leaving a legacy of dazzling architecture. [h]  The British East India Company gradually expanded its influence, converting India into a colonial economy while simultaneously cementing its sovereignty.  In 1858, the British Crown took control of the country. 

The promised rights to Indians were gradually granted,  However, technological advancements ushered forth new ideas about education, modernity, and public life.  The emergence of a pioneering and influential nationalist movement, known for nonviolent resistance, played a crucial role in the end of British rule.  The British Indian Empire was partitioned into two autonomous dominions in 1947, a Hindu-majority Dominion of India and a Muslim-majority Dominion of Pakistan, resulting in widespread death and tremendous migration.