List of tourist attractions in India before and after the pandemic

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Staying home and leaving the world alone has become the new norm. The famous touristy places are looking like ghost towns now. But the good part is, the nature is restored and the pollution is under control. India is known for its diversity in culture, history and food. Hence, it attracts thousands of travellers from different parts of the world every year. Here are some famous tourist attractions that do not look like anything that we saw in real life or fancy songs from Indian movies.

The Taj Mahal, Agra

The beautiful architecture defines the power of love and it truly is India’s best monument. It took about 16 years and 20,000 craftsmen to build the Mahal. Thousands of travellers around the world travel to India just to visit the ivory-white marble mausoleum. Honestly, the pandemic has given a temporary break to all the air pollution that spoiled the architecture!

Before pandemic

 

After pandemic

Mumbai: The Gateway of India

It is an iconic and a must-see place in Mumbai. The Gateway was built to commemorate the arrival of King George V and his wife, Queen Mary in 1911. It provides a stunning backdrop to the busiest city in the country. Now that the entire nation is on lockdown, it has become an exclusive hub for the flock of starving pigeons!

 

The beaches of Goa

It is the party hub for many Russians and British people around the world. The spectacular Goan landscapes rise from sea level to a towering 1022 metres. It looks like the current situation has pushed more than 7000 bars into loss.

 

The holy city of Varanasi

It is one of the major pilgrimage centres for Hindus in the country. The entire city is aesthetic and it is also the oldest inhabited city. The holy place is emptied with no religious followers until the lockdown is lifted once and for all!

 

Harmandir Sahib: The Golden Temple of Amritsar

Amritsar’s Golden Temple is the holiest Sikh shrine in the world. The spiritual atmosphere is even admired by people who do not follow Sikhism. The temple has got the largest free kitchen in the world. And the kitchen still operates to serve people despite the pandemic.

 

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