Which foreign Travellers came to India in ancient times?
The Famous Foreign Travelers Who Visited Ancient India
- Hiuen Tsang from China (630-645 A.D.) …
- Al Beruni from Persia (1024-1030 A.D.) …
- Ibn Batuta from Morocco (1333-1347 A.D.) …
- Marco Polo from Italy (b. …
- Abdur Razzak from Persia (1443-1444 A.D.) …
- Megasthenes from Greece (302-298 B.C.) …
- Fa Hien from China (405-411 A.D.)
Which Travellers visited India during her reign?
Important Foreign Travellers to India
|Foreign Travellers||Period of Stay|
|Captain William Hawkins||1608 A.D. – 1611 A.D.|
|Fa-Hien||405 A.D. – 411 A.D.|
|Francois Bernier||1656 A.D. – 1668A.D.|
|Huien Tsang||630 A.D. – 645 A.D.|
Which Traveller visited Indian during harsh’s reign?
The Chinese traveller Hiuen Tsang visited India during the period of emperor Harsha. When he went back to China, he wrote a detailed description of India during the reign of Harsha in his book ‘Si-yu-ki’ or ‘Record of the Western Countries’.
Which Portugese Traveller visited India in the medieval times?
Domingo Paes (sometimes spelt Pais; 16th century) was a Portuguese traveller who visited the Vijayanagara Empire, located in the Deccan in southern India, around 1520.
Which European Traveller came to India during the reign of Aurangzeb?
Niccolo Manucci was an Italian traveller, who visited during the reign of Aurangzeb. Francois Bernier was a French doctor who came to India during the reign of Aurangzeb as well.
How many Chinese Travellers visited India?
Leading source countries of foreign tourist arrivals in India in 2019 (in millions)
|Characteristic||Foreign tourist arrivals in millions|