Must See Places To Visit In India

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Agra - has been immortalised as the City of the Taj. The Mughal capital of Agra on the banks of the Yamuna River is a bustling town teeming with narrow, winding alleyways that hark back to an era gone by. Dotted by magnificent monuments including UNESCO World Heritage Site Taj Mahal, the city is a dazzling contrast of red sandstone and white marble structures.

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Founded by Sultan Ahmad Shah in 1411 AD, Ahmedabad, in the state of Gujarat, has grown into one of the most important modern cities of India. Straddling the Sabarmati river, this prosperous city of six million is a delight for archeologists, architects, historians, traders, bargain hunters, and tourists.

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Abhaneri Village on the Jaipur-Agra Highway is a hidden gem known for medieval sculptures and vertigo-inducing step-wells or baoris. What makes Abhaneri a place to visit is the presence of Harshat Mata temple and Chand Baori. Harshat Mata temple, which dates back to 10th century, is protected by the archeological department of the Government of India.

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Referred to as the Venice of the East, Alappuzha is the hub of Kerala's backwaters, home to a vast network of waterways and more than 1000 houseboats. This watery network has long been Alleppey's lifeline, from its days as one of the best known ports on the Malabar coast up until modern times as the world's gateway to the Backwaters.

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Amritsar is the nucleus of the Sikh religion and the lavish and legendary Golden Temple is Amritsar's main claim to fame. The number of devotees of different faiths visiting this place is said to outnumber the number of people visiting Taj Mahal.

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Known as the City of Gates, Aurangabad (Sambhajinagar) served as a merchandising hub in the day of the Silk Route, and it continues to be the center of manufacturing in the modern times. Must visit for history, architecture, archaeology and culture painting enthusiasts.

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No luxury holiday in South India is complete without a backwaters cruise.The backwaters, a chain of brackish lagoons and lakes lying parallel to the Arabian Sea coast are an integral a part of the lives of its people and a kaleidoscope for the visitors to see the rural and real life in the heart of Kerala.

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Snuggled between the hilly Vidhyan areas and the Satpura ranges and blessed with some of the best of nature's bounty,Bandhavgarh is a major hit with visitors.Great rocky hills,lusg deciduous foretsts , marshes and meadows make Bandhavgarh one of India’s most scenic areas. A picturesque hilltop fort withy sculptures is part of the park’s attractions.

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Often described as Asia’s Silicon Valley because of its thriving information technology industry, Bangalore or Bengalore as we know it today is India’s fifth largest and fastest growing metropolis. Blessed with a salubrious climate, this vibrant and lively city is bestowed with gardens & parks, natural lakes, architectural landmarks, shopping malls, the best restaurants and pubs in this part of the globe, business opportunities.

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Founded in 1486 by Rao Bika, Bikaner was strategically located on the caravan trade route to Central Asia and China. Rao Bikaji used his army to convert these northwestern wastelands of Rajasthan into a thriving city that he named Bikaner after himself.

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An exalted historical past defines Bodh Gaya or Bodhimanda, as one of the most revered places for Buddhists. Home to the Mahabodhi Temple with the diamond throne and the holy Bodhi tree, it assumes a special place in Buddhist culture. One of the four most important sites of pilgrimage for the Buddhists, Bodh Gaya is an abode of spiritual recreation and historical delight.

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An architectural delight this quaint town this is still an uncharted and largely undiscovered destination. Snuggled into a cleft in the hills (or bindo, from which it derives its name), Bundi feel like an undiscovered green jewel in the folds of the Aravallis. The 14th-century Taragarh Fort presides over the town from the hilltop.

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Located on the Coromandel coast this buoyant metropolis is a blend of the old and the new, the traditional and the modern and is often called the cultural capital of India for its deep-rooted traditions and long heritage. With an enthralling past, it is a window to the culture and art forms of south India.

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Chettinad - The Land of Heritage and Devotion

Famed for its spicy, aromatic cuisine, Chettinad is a region in southern Tamil Nadu, around 109 km from Tiruchirappalli. Home to the famous community of Nattukottai Chettiars, Chettinad consists of a cluster of small villages that are known for their antiquity. The multitude of temples, ancient palaces and delicious cuisine make it a thriving tourist destination.

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Chittorgarh (also spelt Chittaurgarh) was the nerve center of Rajasthani social and political life till it fell to the Mughals in the 16th century. It reverberates with history of heroism and sacrifice that is evident from the tales still sung by the bards of Rajasthan. Located in the state of Rajasthan, Chittorgarh is one of the ancient cities in the region.

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Kochi (colonial name Cochin) is a vibrant city situated on the south-west coast of the Indian peninsula in the breathtakingly scenic and prosperous state of Kerala, hailed as 'God's Own Country'. Its strategic importance over the centuries is underlined by the sobriquet Queen of the Arabian Sea. Aptly referred to as the Gateway to Kerala, it is the perfect starting point before exploring the vast diversity of Kerala.

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Set amidst lush and green tea plantations, Coonoor (Kunoor) is a quaint hill station with enchanting views of the Nilgiri hills. A paradise for hikers, trekkers and nature buffs, the hidden beauty of the town will astound you. Birdwatchers are in for a special treat with spectacular species of birds like the cormorants, pipits, thrushes, parakeets in abundance. The town also boasts of trekking trails, craggy walking paths and a number of unexplored spots for the adventurous.

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Darjeeling is a lush green hill town in West Bengal, with enchanting views of the snow-capped Himalayas. This heavenly retreat is bathed in hues of every shade. Flaming red rhododendrons, sparkling white magnolias, miles of undulating hillsides covered with emerald green tea bushes, the exotic forests of silver fir - all under the blanket of a brilliant azure sky dappled with specks of clouds, compellingly confounds Darjeeling as the QUEEN OF HILL STATIONS.

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Dasada (Tourist Village of Gujarat)

Surrounded by wetlands, Dasada is a great base for you to explore the unique ecosystem of the region, as well as the unique traditional handicraft of the Rabari community. Home to migratory birds like Flamingos and Mac Queen’s Bustard, Dasada is a small yet gorgeous village in the Indian State of Gujarat.

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Delhi , the capital of India is a bustling metropolis of contrasts and paradoxes, a unique amalgamation of the past and the present. Old Delhi with its Mughal-built monuments, narrow alleys with souk-like colorful bazaars; and New Delhi with its wide avenues ,imperial buildings and colonial mansions. Delhi speaks through its diverse ethnicity, culture and tradition, food and language.

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Deogarh (Also known as Devgarh)

Located on the border of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, Deogarh is a paradise for exploring the history of India and its religions. The 18th century fort in Deogarh (also known as Devgarh) stands on a hilltop 2700 feet above sea level, and as a result enjoys cooler climes than the rest of the state.

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The Elephanta Caves are located on island hills about 11 km north-east of the Apollo Bandar, Mumbai and 7 km from the shore of the mainland, approximately covering an area of 7 km in circumference. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it gets its name from a giant elephant statue found on the site which now resides in the Jijamata Garden in Mumbai.

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Fatehpur Sikri

Fatehpur Sikri, , a city predominantly in red sand-stone, situated at a distance of 37 kms from Agra, was built by the Mughal Emperor Akbar, in honour of the great Sufi saint Salim Chisti ; its magnificence and uniqueness offers a fine example of the emperor's architectural finesse. Akbar's tolerant religious views and interest in literature, architecture and fine arts gave the buildings at Fatehpur Sikri a charismatic blend of Islamic and Hindu elements in their style and design.

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Wreathed in clouds and nestled in the high peaks of the Himalayas Gangtok, the capital city of Sikkim is located on a ridge at a height of 5500 feet. With a spectacular view of the Kanchenjunga, this picturesque city is a prominent Buddhist pilgrimage site and an important Tibetan Buddhist learning centre.

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Located on the western "Konkan" coast of India over the Arabian Sea, nestled on the slopes of the Western Ghat mountains this charming city with its youthful vibe is an abiding favourite with travellers around the world. .Welcome to the surreal beauty of a vast expanse of the clear blue sea and silver sandy beaches, the verdant lofty mountains and the imposing grand forts and cathedrals.Goa offers a complete holiday experience for every traveller.

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The 400-year old city of Hyderabad, the capital of Andhra Pradesh was founded in 1591 and was planned a grid with the Charminar as its center. This cosmopolitan city is endowed with rich culture and heritage and presents an amalgam of old world charm together with the ebullience of growth and enterprise.

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Named after Maharajah Sawai Jai Singh II, the largest city in the desert state of Rajasthan is popularly known as the Pink City. This is due to the fact that almost all buildings, old and new are pink in colour. These are made in the locally available red sand stone. In modern times, however, most of the buildings are painted pink.

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The ‘Sun City’ of the east, Jodhpur acquired the nickname because it remains bright and sunny throughout the year. Founded in 1459 A.D. by the Rajput prince of the Rathore clan, Rao Jodha. It is the second largest city in Rajasthan.

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The enigmatic backwaters of Kerala are a 900 wide network of lakes, rivers, lagoons, and canals that both connect and divide the land, giving rise to an amphibious culture unique in the world.

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Recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the historical city is a symbol of medieval art. The magnificent and exotic temples were built between the 9th and the 10th centuries by the Chandela dynasty which rules Central India at that time. Out of the 85 temples, 22 still exist in all their grandeur. The temples nest artistic sculptures and carvings depicting Kama Sutra.

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Recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the historical city is a symbol of medieval art. The magnificent and exotic temples were built between the 9th and the 10th centuries by the Chandela dynasty which rules Central India at that time. Out of the 85 temples, 22 still exist in all their grandeur. The temples nest artistic sculptures and carvings depicting Kama Sutra.

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A peaceful town of lakes and 400 pilgrims, Pushkar is a short drive from Ajmer. Built around a large natural lake ringed by hills and surrounded by desert, this holy town in Rajasthan, revered for its centuries old lake and legendary temples. Pushkar (Puskar) is the site of one of the handful of Brahma(the creator) temples in the world.

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This park lies in the shadow of the Aravalli and Vindhya mountain ranges and was originally the hunting ground of Jaipur’s maharajas. One of the largest national parks in northern India, Ranthambore National Park houses a variety of flora and fauna, a true delight for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers.

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One of the most elegant and harmonious monuments in the world needs no introduction..Taj Mahal "a monument of immeasurable beauty". Taj Mahal "the epitome of love". The beauty of this monument is such that it is beyond the scope of words. One has to see it to believe it and experience it to enjoy it. - The very first sight of the Taj Mahal, the embodiment of eternal love and romance leaves one mesmerized.

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Udaipur is a charming city often referred to as "Venice of the East". This fairy-tale city , with its marble palaces , numerous historical monuments, formidable and lakes surrounded by a ring of hills was founded forts by Maharana Udai Singh II. Picturesque havelis, ghats and temples line the lake front with the lively bazaars of the old walled city stretching behind them.

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Also known as Kashi (“the city of Light”), or as Benaras , the spiritual nerve centre of India , Varanasi is situated on the west bank of the Ganges. Adorned with epithets like 'the religious capital of India' and 'the city of temples', The eternal city, where religion is an integral part of daily life, has drawn saints, poets and pilgrims through the ages.

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