India a Preferential Destination for Halal Friendly Travelers

The concept halal tourism and hospitality needs to develop tailored “Halal Tourism Products” ensuring halal friendly travelers provided maximum convenience during their trips, able to fulfill religious obligations whilst on trips and holidays in India. Offering halal features and destinations that are designed to cater quality services as per the needs and considerations of halal friendly travelers, there should be certain things that need to be followed with in the features of tours like delving into local cultures and traditions, history, cuisines and lifestyles anything that contributes to unique identity of the places, visits at Islamic related sites includes in tour itineraries, hotels and resorts as per the taste and needs of halal friendly travelers, providing environment of comfort and luxury, creating the right themes, ambiances, architecture and interiors that would make them feel ease during the trip, set time for prayers throughout the tour, the hotels and resorts should have Qibla Pointing guidance, prayer mats (Ja-Namaz) to be provided, hotels or restaurants should serve quality halal meals, and most importantly employing people who can cater the perfect services for the convenience of halal friendly travelers.

In India nearly every place seems to be seeping with history and beauty. It is long list of attractions which one can explore India for leisure, cultural, religious, and educational trips. Destination India includes scenic hills stations, beautiful beaches, dense jungles, deserts, massive monuments with unique historical importance. Great socio-cultural scenario of India, a cluster of diversity exposes travellers to different attractions, rituals, delicacies, architecture and more. Indian Art and Cultural Heritage that includes wide variety of characteristics, found with a mixture of basic traditions and culture of this land. This destination is home of great affections and love for all. Islam is the second largest religion in India, trade relations have existed between Arabia and the Indian subcontinent since ancient times. Even in the pre-Islamic era, Arab traders used to visit the Konkan-Gujarat coast and Malabar region, which linked them with the ports of Southeast Asia. Cheraman Juma Mosque in Kerala is thought to be the first mosque in India, built in 629 CE by Hazrat Malik Deenar. Over the centuries, there has been significant integration of cultures across India and all communities have played a notable role in economics, politics and culture of India we call it “Religious Cultural Heritage of India”.

One of the most enduring achievements of Indian civilization is undoubtedly its architecture. Indian architecture is as old as the history of the civilization. The earliest remains of recognizable building activity in the India dates back to the Indus Valley cities. Indian architecture, which has evolved through centuries, is the result of socio-economic and geographical conditions. Indian architecture, belonging to different periods of history, bears the stamp of respective periods.

Indian architecture, belonging to different periods of history, bears the stamp of respective periods. The cave architecture in India is believed to have begun in the third century BC. The Rock-cut structures present the most spectacular piece of ancient Indian art specimen. Most of the rock-cut structures were related to various religious communities. In ancient India, temple architecture of high standard developed in almost all regions. The distinct architectural style of temple construction in different parts was a result of geographical, climatic, ethnic, racial, historical and linguistic diversities. The medieval period saw great developments in the field of architecture. From the advent of Islam in the Indian subcontinent around the 7th century both religious and non-religious buildings are influenced by “Indo-Islamic Architecture” The development of Islamic Style of Architecture of this period can be called the Indo-Islamic Architecture or the Indian Architecture influenced by Islamic Art, comprises wide range of styles from various backgrounds that helped shaping the architecture of the Indian subcontinent. Indian architecture was mix of Islamic, Persian, Turkish, Arabic, Central Asian and native Indian style of architecture. The Mughal Empire that lasted in India from 1526 to 1764 left a mark, Mughal rulers made major contributions to Indo-Islamic architecture. They systematically designed Forts, Palaces, Tombs, Mausoleum and Towns which is unique examples of ultimate architecture. Humayun’s Tomb in Delhi, Taj Mahal in Agra, Buland Darwaza in Fatehpur Sikri are few examples of their great architectural contributions. Monuments developed by Mughals in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries throughout the ever-changing extent of their empire in Medieval India. With colonization, a new chapter in Indian architecture began. The Dutch, Portuguese and the French made their presence felt through their buildings but it was the English who had a lasting impact on architecture. There are around 37 World Heritage Sites in India that are recognized UNESCO.

Destinations India includes scenic hills stations, beautiful beaches, dense jungles, deserts, massive monuments with unique historical importance. We are offering services across India as an unforgettable experience for halal friendly travelers. Its combine set of vibrant Indian history and culture with gorgeous natural scenery.

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