One thing that foreign travellers need to know is that India is, in many ways, heterogeneous. If they experience one set of behaviours from the locals in one part of the country, it does not mean that the same behaviour is common in another area. Never assume you know everything about any aspect of India; be prepared to see completely new things every day.
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Delhi: The capital city of India, Delhi, offers a mix of historical monuments, bustling markets, and a vibrant culinary scene. Must-visit attractions include the *Red Fort (map), *Jama Masjid (map), *India Gate (map), *Qutub Minar (map), and the bustling markets of Chandni Chowk (map).
Agra: Agra is home to the magnificent Taj Mahal (map), one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Besides the Taj Mahal, visitors can explore other architectural marvels like *Agra Fort (map) and *Fatehpur Sikri (map).
To see all the places worth visiting in India, even a 6-month visit is arguably inadequate. There are more tourist destinations in India than can be mentioned in a full-length book, let alone a summary. Almost every state in India has over ten major tourist destinations and there are cities which can barely be tasted in a full week. Several Indian states by themselves are bigger and more populous than most of the countries in the world.