India is has a tropical climate and due to its location on the Equator makes it one of the hottest countries in the world. Temperatures can rise around almost 50 degree Celsius in here at certain place and people those who are not used to the heat can have a tough time battling it. Excessive sweating is very common in India due to the weather conditions.
Foreigners or Non Indians come to India as tourists almost throughout the whole year. Most foreign tourists come to visit India because of this nation’s rich cultural heritage and because of its great historical background. Most foreign tourists come here to visit the historical monuments which were created centuries ago and to witness this secular country with its varied people thriving and dwelling together.
So sometimes it gets quite difficult for the foreign tourists, especially those who come from much colder countries than India, to cope with the adverse weather conditions in this South Asian country but they came here to witness something more great and of much importance than just the hotness of the weather and so their enthusiasm makes them worry less about the heat.
When these foreign tourists come here they are all amazed to see wonderful monuments and the scenic beauty of this country and so they are able to ignore the heat and concentrate on what they actually came for. Most tourists are here ti India for:
- Taj Mahal – The great monument also known as the ‘Seventh Wonder’ of world. It was built during the Mughal reign in the country by Shah Jahan in the memory of his dead wife Mumtaz Mahal.
- Mumbai – The second most populous state, it is the main financial hub of India. Tourists are attracted here because it’s the entertainment capital.
- Tamil Nadu – This state is home to many classical arts, music, literature, temples of Dravidian architecture, and eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Brihadishwara Temple in Thanjavur and Gangaikonda Cholapuram built by the Cholas, the Shore Temple has been declared as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
- Delhi – t is known for its cosmopolitan culture. One can see the Parliament house, Rashtrapati Bhawan, India Gate and other historical monuments like the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, The Lotus Temple, etc.