The history of India can be dated back to as early as 5000 years back where first human settlement took place, where the nomadic people of early history make their settles life and during the course of time the development of tribes, community, village, city and modern state along with the history of rulers, dynasties and empires and construction of the various of monuments, palaces, forts, pillars as signs of victory, tombs etc. for different purposes and utilities. However, no parts of India are left behind the dominations of one power or the other during its course of evolution. Historical tours of India generally comprised of four phases of Indian history – the ancient historical tours of India which generally centered around the north Indian states of Bihar, Orissa, parts of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan where the tourists will get an opportunity to view the historical sites of the two ancient religions – Buddhism and Jainism – and their rise and fall. Medieval India historical tours started since the time of the 10th century AD the arrival of the Arabs on this vast subcontinent and the subsequent rise of the central Asia power among which Mughals sustained for the long period of time till the arrival of the Europeans in India. However, the medieval India historical tours revolve around Uttar Pradesh, Bengal, Delhi, Rajasthan, Goa, states of south India etc. that provide an overview the rise and fall of the medieval dynasties while exploring the historical monuments, forts and palaces. The modern India historical tours started since the time of the arrival of the Europeans – Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, France, British – and their gradual consolidation of the powers on Indian Territory especially to the regions located to the coastal lines of India – Gujarat, Daman and Diu, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Lakshadweep, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal – and constructed numerous historical monuments, forts and palaces and several other sites of historical importance during the course of clash of powers. Last but not the least, the contemporary historical tours of India may traced since the time of the first revolt of independence – 1857 in which Indians became prime actor in the course of historical tours of India. Therefore, the contemporary tours of India take to all the above mentioned places out of which Delhi remained the centre of attractions and the destination of final transfer of power from British hands to the Indians. Rashtrapati Bhawan, Parliament House, India Gate, Teen Murti Bhawan, National Museum of India, Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple are some of glaring examples of contemporary monuments of India tours and travels.