There's so much to India that we need to view it in parts India as a picture of "unity in diversity" can best be seen in the attributes of its people spread across five zones that together combine to form Incredible India. Its culture, tradition, history and mythology, combined with an enduring penchant to excel in every possible way, produce an ethos unparalleled in the world. A brief description of each zone will help the reader to select his main areas of interest.

North Zone
 
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 thin 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 deserts 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.
 
South Zone
 
Despite each of the four states having its own language, this is a zone of much homogeneity. The depth of culture of yore is still evident and revered. The unique architecture of most temples tell the story of many centuries. The same is matched by the throngs of devotees. A peninsula, it is between two coastal hilly regions known as the Western Ghats and the Eastern Ghats. Tapering down to the Indian Ocean with the Arabian Sea to its west and the Bay of Bengal to its east, it presents sands, sunsets and many monuments. Travel here for eco-tourism, boating in the lush green backwaters and Ayurvedic Spas apart from the sights and entertainment. Visit this region to enjoy the serenity and splendour of temples and an abundance of long and wide beaches fringed with palm trees. Stay longer to savour the variety of the cuisine.
 
East Zone
 
Rich in Hindu mythology, this zone boasts of being home to Lord Rama's consort, Sita, and much later to Ashoka the Great, Chandragupta Maurya, Chanakya and Sher Shah Suri. Relics and traces of this magnificent era of art, culture and illustrious emperors, are visible in the state of Bihar. Jharkhand, to its immediate south, amidst verdant, rolling plains can best be described as India's Rhineland. Remains of Nalanda University speak of it as a seat of learning. Lord Buddha attained "Nirvana" here at Bodh Gaya. The Nobel laureate, poet, philosopher and artist Rabindra Nath Tagore's imprint is writ large all over West Bengal. Further south is Odisha, studded with ornate temples and beautiful beaches. The sunset at Puri is famed as perhaps the most beautiful in all of Asia. In the Bay of Bengal is the archipelago of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands known for their unspoiled beaches and tribes caught in a time warp many centuries ago.
 
West Zone
 
This region has a diverse history. On the one hand, it has within its ambit, the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi, the genius who gave peace a new potential. On the other, it is replete with the heroism and martial acts of Shivaji and other Maratha kings. Palm fringed beaches, sand dunes, ancient caves with world famous temples, past glory of the Maharajas. The home, if there ever is one, to the nomadic tribes. It is also home to many age-old crafts and cultures, typical to the region. Add to that the most flourishing economic Capital of India - the megapolis Mumbai. The west zone is a welcome roller coaster ride of many delightful experiences.
 
North-East
 
The eight states of I North Zone South Zone East Zone West Zone North East Zone the North-East are nature's blessing at a higher altitude. The picturesque, idyllic and largely mountainous landscape is the habitat of various species of flora and fauna found from sea level to above the snowline. The mountainous state of Sikkim, boasts of the third highest mountain in the world, Kanchenjunga. Its picture postcard beauty is unparalleled in the entire region. The dances and music of each of the states is refreshing, yet retains the old world charm. The colourful costumes, wide, genuinely happy smiles and rosy cheeks of small children welcome you everywhere