I never imagined how much I could value some memories of my life and after visiting India value of all the memories spent in India become an important part. Memories of India can never get out of my mind. For me India is more than an exotic country where beauty is crafted with different forms of culture, religions, colors, smells, tastes and souls. I have witnessed more mixed races in India then I have witnessed in any other part of the world. My first impression about India was bold and country with pollution where I never wanted to visit. Situations changed and my friend took me to India for a fascinating experience. We were invited for a marriage and we were shown different parts of the country. Various features of this destination are present that are truly showing the real colors of this country. Taj Mahal in Agra is a symbol of love and beauty that takes back in the Mughal period. Architecture of the place makes it among the Seven Wonders of the World. Persian culture was depicted on the walls of Taj Mahal and was fascinating. Along with this caves of Ajanta Ellora, Sun temple at Konark, Temples of Hoysalewara, Red fort, Victoria palace, churches of Goa and much more. Geographical area of the country makes it among the 7th largest countries of the world with 2nd largest population of 1,198,003,000. Neighbors of the country are Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, China and Myanmar. Central theme of this essay revolves around the level of pollution and negligence shown by the authorities in the protection of various historic places in the country. All over the world people find India as a fascinating country because of vibrant colors and loud expressions. In Asia India is among the most developed countries that is showing promising future. Apart from all these aspects other aspects are present in the country that need to be addressed by the government because they are impacting negatively on the development of sustainable tourism in the country.