Are you planning to embark on a trip to India and that too in March?
The month of March in India is neither extremely hot nor chilling cold. The radiance of spring season adorn this month with all its brilliance when flowers bloom with bright colors and trees decked up in budding leafs portray a nice panoramic view both in villages and cities. Travelling in such a picturesque location would sure make your trip worth it to remember lifelong. Here’s the list of best places to visit in March in India
Even if you are not a religious soul, a trip to Vrindavan in March will be full of life. It is the month of Holi, the festival of colors. Every nook and corner of the city enjoys the festival for the play of colors known as Gulal. Try to be one of them joining the age old tradition of playfully throwing flowers on each other.
If you have known India for its mammoth havelis and colorful households try visiting Jaipur, the pink city of India. Jalmahal, the palace on the heart of a vast lake; Hawa Mahal, the honeycomb structure; Amber Fort, extravagantly beautiful palace and the City Palace are some of the major attractions in Jaipur which can be best enjoyed in the weather of March.
One of the most happening cities known for immense religious activities, Varanasi is the land of lord Shiva. Located on the bank or sacred Ganga, the city encloses some of the most divine temples among which Kashi Vishwanath, and Vishalakshi temple are the most significant. The ghats, the cremation grounds and the famous Ganga Aarti tell you about the deep rooted beliefs of spiritual India.
To enjoy the graceful beauty of Jodhpur, March is the ideal time. The weather is comfortable as opposed to the sweltering heat of the rest of the year. The city is dubbed as Blue City of India for the cobalt painting on the walls. Meheran Garh Fort is the main attraction of tourism in Jodhpur. Umaid Bhawan Palace and the museum adjacent to it let you have a glimpse of the Chivalric past of Rajasthan.
Dubbed as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Cochin is a major tourist spot in Kerala. Ideal for the tourists seeking break from the crowded city life, Cochin is marked with the legacy of Portuguese colonial rule and presents couple of less-crowded attractions apart from the backwater lagoons. Huge fishing nets from China, age old mosques, a 400-year-old synagogue, Portuguese houses and the fragmented remains of the British Raj. There are destinations like Rishikesh where the adrenaline junkies can satiate their hunger of adventure loving souls or Shillong where one can enjoy a relaxing holiday when they really need a break. Add some more places as per the requirement of your mood and need and make your next holiday in India utterly fun-filled.