The Most Beautiful City in India
Cochin is a city in the state of Kerala, and offers many different perks for clients that are visiting using their India Visas from all parts of the world. The reasons for Cochin being selected as the most beautiful city in India is because it has areas where the contrasts make it photographers and a residents dream. Once you visit the old part, and the Chinese fishing villages, you can then venture the old harbour area where boats, yachts and ships set sail. This can make your trip and the tiring process of obtaining your India visa certainly worthwhile as you take in glimpses of the sunset across the Indian ocean background.
Other attractions in Cochin include the St Francis church and the old Jewish cemetery which demonstrate the multi-faith openness in this city, and how different religions, languages and backgrounds have amalgamated themselves into one fine tuned city.
If you are a resident of Cochin, and not just a visitor on an India Visas, then you can also understand the cities beauty as it becomes a worthwhile technology capital in the south of India, and is ranked by NASSCOM as the second most highly desirable city in India to undertake IT services work. This has been enabled by cheap operating costs compared to the rest of India, along with good bandwidth and good infrastructure. Flying into Cochin is made very easy with direct and indirect flights from the UK.
A close second on our list of the most beautiful city in India was Chandigarth which is based in the northern state of Punjab, and you can enter with a standard tourist India visa. The city is the capital not just of Punjab, but also of the neighbouring state of Haryana. One of the reasons of its beauty can be that the city was planned and designed by the world famous architect Mr Le Corbusier who was French. Besides its efficient structure, the city has many buildings that have beautifully finished exteriors. Not to be missed on your visit to Chandigarh is also the famous Zakir Rose garden which boasts 2500 different types of roses, the world famous rock garden of Shri Nek Chand and the ambient Sukhna lake.
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