All You need to Know About Different Regions of India

Hello, Travel Lovers. We are here back again with another article of Travel Tips in India series. As India is a large country, there are a lot of regions India is divided. India holds a variety of culture, traditions, religions, and mindset of people. While you visit India, you must know different things about the different Religions of India, so you can have some idea of the area and people there.

These are the major Regions of India: –

Regions of India

  • Northern
  • Central
  • Eastern
  • North Eastern
  • Western
  • Southern

These 6 regions are probably the finest way to classify India’s People and Culture. Let’s start with the Northern Region of India, The Major Cities of this part are – Delhi, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. Most of the cities here in this region are not very safe for women travellers. so they need to take special care for them. A lot of famous places to see.

In the East and North East part, you will love to see the beautiful mountain ranges of India. Traveling is hard in these regions but for adventurous people, it’s heaven. Common religions in these areas are Hinduism and Christianity. People here are good with guests and strangers.

The South Region of India attracts the most foreign visitors of India. A lot of places to travel to Kerala and Goa. Crimes in this region are very less than the north region, so you will be much safer here. People over here are generally good with tourists, very welcoming and gentle. For Beach lovers, You must visit this region.

The Central region of India is not very famous and not very tourist attracting place. There is hardly any famous place to see here except some amazing caves. The West Region of India has states like – Maharastra and Rajasthan. These places are very famous with a lot of sightseeing places. In Rajasthan, you can experience the magnificent deserts and camel rides. While in Mumbai you can learn about the fast moving lifestyle of the Entertainment Capital of India.

So, this was an overview of the different regions of India, we will be posting about them in detail in future articles. Bookmark our website to learn more about India.

Languages Spoken in Different Regions of India

In our country, we have over 23 official languages, that doesn’t count the local rural areas’ languages. It is said that at every 40KM here in this country, a new language comes up. The above image shows the Most Commonly used languages in Different Regions of India.
Don’t worry much that how will you communicate with Indians here. India is the country with Highest English Speakers in the World. You will have to deal with some awful accent and bad grammar, and you will be fine here while communicating. In the South and East Regions of India, You will find a lot of English Speakers than the other regions of India.

Major Religions of India in Different Regions: –

Regions of India

India contains different types of people, as its population is over 130 crore. Not all people here have a common faith. Most of the people are Hindu’s, Second major community is of Islam. The other minor religions here in India are- Christianity, Sikhism, and Jainism. In the North and Central Regions of India, you will find a lot of Hindu’s. In other regions of India, you will find communities of all groups.

PRO TIP: If you want to have a nice and safe journey in India, respect peoples, their Religion and Culture. Try not to do something which offends their community.

I hope you liked this article and got some basic idea about the different regions of India. We have posted a number of articles for tourists in India here on, You can check some of them out here:- How to Dress in India and Festivals in India a foreigner must experience

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