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Popular tourism destinations in India as now. Please note that the number of tourists visiting each destination can vary from year to year. Here is a list of some well-known tourism destinations in India, organized by state:

  1. Rajasthan:

    • Jaipur (Pink City)
    • Udaipur (City of Lakes)
    • Jodhpur (Blue City)
    • Jaisalmer (Golden City)
    • Pushkar (Famous for the Pushkar Fair)
    • Ajmer (Known for the Ajmer Sharif Dargah)
  2. Kerala:

    • Munnar (Hill Station)
    • Alleppey (Backwaters)
    • Kochi (Cochin) – Historic port city
    • Kovalam (Beach destination)
    • Thekkady (Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary)
  3. Goa:

    • Calangute and Baga Beaches
    • Anjuna Beach (Famous for its flea market)
    • Dudhsagar Waterfalls
    • Old Goa (Historic churches)
  4. Uttarakhand:

    • Nainital (Hill Station and Lake City)
    • Mussoorie (Queen of the Hills)
    • Rishikesh (Adventure sports and yoga)
    • Haridwar (Pilgrimage site)
  5. Himachal Pradesh:

    • Shimla (Hill Station)
    • Manali (Hill Station and Adventure activities)
    • Dharamshala (Home of the Dalai Lama)
    • Kasol (Scenic beauty and trekking)
  6. Karnataka:

    • Bengaluru (IT hub)
    • Mysuru (Mysore) – Historic city with palaces
    • Hampi (Ancient ruins)
    • Coorg (Kodagu) – Coffee plantations and scenic beauty
  7. Tamil Nadu:

    • Chennai (Capital city)
    • Mamallapuram (Mahabalipuram) – Historic monuments and beach
    • Ooty (Udhagamandalam) – Hill Station
    • Madurai (Famous for the Meenakshi Temple)
  8. Agra:

    • Taj Mahal (One of the Seven Wonders of the World)
    • Agra Fort
    • Fatehpur Sikri
  9. Delhi:

    • India Gate
    • Qutub Minar
    • Red Fort
    • Humayun’s Tomb
  10. Maharashtra:

    • Mumbai (Commercial capital)
    • Pune (Educational and IT hub)
    • Aurangabad (Ellora and Ajanta Caves)
  11. -West Bengal

    Kolkata (City of Joy)
    – Darjeeling (Hill Station and Tea Gardens)
    – Sundarbans (Mangrove Forest and Wildlife)
    – Digha (Seaside destination)

    12. Andaman and Nicobar Islands:
    – Havelock Island (Radhanagar Beach)
    – Port Blair (Cellular Jail and Ross Island)
    – Neil Island (Laxmanpur and Bharatpur Beaches)

    13. Uttar Pradesh:
    – Varanasi (City of Ghats and Spiritual Significance)
    – Lucknow (City of Nawabs)
    – Allahabad (Prayagraj) – Triveni Sangam and Kumbh Mela

    14. Madhya Pradesh:
    – Khajuraho (Ancient Temples with Erotic Sculptures)
    – Gwalior (Gwalior Fort and Jai Vilas Palace)
    – Bhopal (Upper and Lower Lakes, Van Vihar National Park)

    15. Punjab:
    – Amritsar (Golden Temple)
    – Wagah Border (India-Pakistan Border Ceremony)
    – Jallianwala Bagh (Historical site)

    16. Odisha (Orissa):
    – Puri (Puri Jagannath Temple and Beaches)
    – Konark (Sun Temple)
    – Bhubaneswar (Ancient Temples and Caves)

    17. Gujarat:
    – Ahmedabad (Sabarmati Ashram and Heritage Sites)
    – Rann of Kutch (White Desert and Rann Utsav)
    – Gir National Park (Asiatic Lions)

    18. Sikkim:
    – Gangtok (Capital city and Buddhist monasteries)
    – Tsomgo Lake (Changu Lake)
    – Nathula Pass (India-China Border)

    19. Jammu and Kashmir:
    – Srinagar (Dal Lake and Mughal Gardens)
    – Gulmarg (Skiing and Snow-capped Mountains)
    – Leh-Ladakh (High-altitude Desert and Buddhist Monasteries)

    20. Assam:
    – Guwahati (Kamakhya Temple and Brahmaputra River Cruise)
    – Kaziranga National Park (One-horned Rhinos)
    – Majuli (Largest River Island)

    21. Meghalaya:
    – Shillong (Scotland of the East)
    – Cherrapunji (Wettest Place on Earth)
    – Mawlynnong (Asia’s Cleanest Village)

    22. Kerala (continued):
    – Wayanad (Hill Station and Wildlife)
    – Varkala (Cliff Beach and Ayurvedic Resorts)

    Remember that India’s tourism is incredibly diverse, with each state offering a unique cultural, historical, and natural experience. Always check travel advisories and local conditions before planning your trip, especially considering any recent changes or events that might impact tourism.

    . West Bengal:

Remember that India is a vast and diverse country with many more destinations worth exploring. The popularity of these destinations may change over time, and new attractions may have emerged since my last update. Always check the latest travel information and reviews before planning your trip.