This part of India has all hues of geography. From the regal mountain ranges to the sandy plains that stretch the miles of imagination. From the dense green forests to the open expanses of snow. On its east spreads the Gangetic plain, through which flows the most sacred of Indian rivers – “The Ganga”. The Aravalis, a range of hillocks undulates across the region’s western part and stretches to the North. Going further one comes across a this strip of a mountain range called the Shivaliks. Rising to about 4,000 feet, these foothills take you to the mighty Himalayas. Extending from Rajasthan – the exposition of the desert and royalty; Haryana and Punjab – the granary to the nation, you go up to Jammu & Kashmir – the ‘Heaven on Earth’. Many an attraction is found in Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. Chandigarh, Capital of two states is a refreshingly planned city. Delhi – the Country’s ever- changing National Capital could itself take a few weeks to explore.