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    Bikaner
    Bikaner was founded in 1488 by a descendant of the founder of Jodhpur named Rao Bhikaji. The city is encircled by high fortifications comprising a 7 km long wall which bounds the old city and has 5 entrances. All these were established in the 18th century. Bikaner, the sprawling desert city of Rajasthan is an interesting site of traditional Rajasthani attractions... More..

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    Jaipur
    Jaipur, capital of Rajasthan, also known as 'Pink City' is sorrounded by an ancient 20ft high wall and eight gates. Situated at a distance of 261 km away from Delhi, today, Jaipur is the personification of the old order influence the new. An inherent interest for colour and design penetrated over stratum of society, and jewelry, crafts and architecture became objects of fascination ... More..

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    Jaisalmer
    Jaiselmer is known as "The Golden City". The town stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone, crowned by a fort, which contains the palace and several ornate Jain temples. Jaisalmer is a desert city and instantly invokes number of images in the mind of travellers. ... More..

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    Shimla
    Shimla, was the Summer capital of India under British rule . Presently, it is the state capital of Himachal Pradesh, with its population around 1.6 lacs (Shimla town only). Shimla has seen many important historical events such as the famous Shimla Pact between India & Pakistan which was signed here. The place is also famous for its natural beauty, architectural and apples ... More..

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    Dalhousie
    Dalhousie hill resort of Himachal Pradesh derives its name from the British Governor General of the 19th century, Lord Dalhousie It covers an area of about 14 sq km and is set amidst five hills Kathlog, Potreyn, Tehra, Bakrota and Balun. Dalhousies has charming colonial architecture, including some beautiful churches. Its location presents panoramic views of the plains-and ... More..

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    Agra
    Agra is the one of the prominent destinations of the World Tourism map with three heritage monuments -The Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri & Red Fort. Agra had been Capital City of Emporer Shah Jahan . It is More.. just a dacadent city of graveyards and stones, but it is a vibrant centre of Culture, Art and Religious philosphies that have enriched mankind and shaped humen thought over centuries. ... More..

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    Sarnath
    arnath is one of the most famous Buddhist centers of India and is located 6 km north Varanasi - in Uttar Pradesh. There are four important places in the life of Buddha: Where he was born (Lumbini, Nepal), where he gained enlightenment (Bodh Gaya, India), where he gave his first sermon (Sarnath, India) and where he left his mortal body (Kushinager, India). . ... More..

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    Dehradun
    Nestled in the mountain ranges of the Himalaya, Dehradun is one of the oldest cities of India and is recently declared as the Provisional Capital of newly created Uttaranchal. It is the headquarters of many National Institutes and Organizations like ONGC, Survey Of India, Forest Research Institute, Indian Institute of Petroleum etc are located in the city ... More..

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    Haridwar Rishikesh
    Haridwar: A paradise for nature-lovers. Haridwar also termed as 'Gateway to Gods' is known as Mayapuri, Kapila, Gangadwar as well. The followers of Lord Shiva(Har) and followers of Lord Vishnu(Hari) pronounce this place Haridwar and Haridwar respectively as told by some Rishikesh represents the Gateway to the Himalayas in the Tehri-Garhwal region of Uttaranchal..... More..

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    Mapsua
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    Surat
    Since the earliest times , the ancient port of Surat has been renowned for its fine silks and exquisites brocades and its trade in spices. Surat has been one of the most prosperous of India's cities in the 17th and 18th centuary. The East India company established its first warehouses in Surat in 1612. Surat was the main port from which pilgrims sailed to Mecca. ... More..

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    Calcutta
    Kolkata may be an overpopulated, grimy, poverty-stricken noisy city, but it also has an abundance of charm deriving from the faded decadence found in many parts of the city, and its plethora of historical, cultural and religious buildings. Till 1912, Calcutta was the capital of India, when the British moved the capital city to Delhi. In 1947, when India gained freedom ... More..

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    Gangtok
    Gangtok, the capital of Sikkim with a population of approximately 50,000 has emerged into the mainstream of the Tourism Industry, with More.. and More.. tourist visiting this little Himalayan state every year. Gangtok has developed into a cosmopolitan flavour where old-world charm and hospitality exist along with the Internet Age. Lying 40km northeast of Gangtok, it means "Source of the Lake" in Bhutia language....  More..

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    Orchha
    Located at a distance of 16 km from Jhansi, Orchha rises out of the hills and the greens surrounding it. The historical monuments of Orchha still retain their pristine charm and narrate stories of war and peace, of love and destruction. Orcha's grandeur has been captured in stoneand frozen in time; a rich legacy to the ages. On this medieval city, the hand of time has rested lightly....More.. .... More..

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    Kovalam

    Dharamsala is an important township of Kangra district in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the northern part of India. this is home to a large Tibetan Community who have made Dharamshala their home. Dharamshala stands at the foot of snow wrapped lofty Dhauladhar ranges and offers a magnificent view of snowy peaks, deodar and pine forests, tea gardens.... More..

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    Jodhpur
    Dharamsala is an important township of Kangra district in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the northern part of India. this is home to a large Tibetan Community who have made Dharamshala their home. Dharamshala stands at the foot of snow wrapped lofty Dhauladhar ranges and offers a magnificent view of snowy peaks, deodar and pine forests, tea gardens.... More..

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    Mount Abu
    Mount Abu is Rajasthan's only hill resort and is very popular locally. Mt. Abu is a green oasis in the barren desertscape thats Rajasthan. The hill station stretches along a 22 km long and 6 km wide plateau. It is situated at an altitude of 1, 720 m. The population size of Mount Abu is 15, 600. Mount Abu benefits from lower temperatures and cooling breezes. During summer maximum . .... More..

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    Bharatpur
    While many of India's parks have been developed from the hunting preserves of princely India; Keoladeo, popularly known as Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary, is perhaps the only case where the habitat has been created by a Maharaja. In earlier times, Bharatpur town used to be flooded regularly every monsoon. In 1760, an earthen dam (Ajan Dam) was constructed .... More..

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    Manali
    The Kullu valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh has an ancient town in its lap called Manali It is a flourishing orchard industry, a popular honeymoon destination and trailhead for numerous treks as well as a great countryside ideal for adventure sport lovers. Surrounded by sky kissing peaks at an arm length, Manali's major treasure is its proximity to the snow clad peaks. .... More..

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    Dharamshala
    Dharamsala is an important township of Kangra district in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the northern part of India.this is home to a large Tibetan Community who have made Dharamshala their home. Dharamshala stands at the foot of snow wrapped lofty Dhauladhar ranges and offers a magnificent view of snowy peaks, deodar and pine forests, tea gardens and.... More..

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    Mathura
    Mathura widely known as birth place of lord Krishna is located on the western bank of river Yamuna. It is 145 Km south-east of Delhi and 58 Km north west of Agra in the State of Uttar Pradesh. For about 3000 Year it was the hub of culture and civilization . Held in sanctity by the Buddhists, Jain and Brahmanical faith alike, it has a long and chequered history.....More..

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    Varansi
    Varanasi, or Benaras, is also known as Kashi is one of the oldest living cities in the world. According to the 'Vamana Purana', the Varuna and the Assi rivers originated from the body of the primordial Person at the beginning of time itself. The tract of land lying between them is believed to be 'Varanasi', the holiest of all pilgrimages. The word 'Kashi' originated from the word 'Kas' which means to shine...... More..

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    Massoorie
    Mussoorie is a city and a municipal board, about 30 km from and in Dehradun district in the Indian state of Uttaranchal. This hill station, situated in the foothills of the Himalaya ranges, is also known as the Queen of the Hills. The adjoining town of Landour, which includes a military cantonment, is considered part of 'greater Mussoorie', as are the townships of Barlowganj and Jharipani...... More..

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    Banglore
    Bangalore is a gateway to Southern India., located 1000 Mts. above sea level, was formed by Kempegowda. Today it has almost become the fifth metro of India and is fastest growing city in Asia. Its known as The Garden City of India & The Neon City. Bangalore is really a cool place to be in if you want to relax as well as enjoy your life. Details given here make a perfect guide for tourists and.... More..

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    Margao
    Margao, a popular city in South Goa, is the commercial capital of Goa. It is located at a distance of 35 kilometres from the capital city, Panaji. Well defined networks of road and rail make Margao well connected with the rest of Goa and India. Margao plays host to some of the best Portuguese architectural houses and tourism per se has not impacted Margao to a large etc. .... More..

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    Gwalior
    The Fort City of Gwalior is situated in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Occupying a strategic location in the Gird region of North India, the city with its fortress has served as the center of several of North India's historic kingdoms. Steeped in the splendour of its past, the ancient capital of Gwalior has yet made a successful transition into a modern Indian city, vibrant and bustling ... More..

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    Vaishali
    Vaishali today is a small village surrounded by banana, mango groves and rice fields. Historians maintain that one of the world's first democratic republics with an elected assembly of representatives flourished here in the 6th century B.C. in the time of the Vajjis and the Lichchavis. And while Pataliputra, capital of the Mauryas and the Guptas, held political sway ... More..

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    Bodh Gaya
    Bodh Gaya is the place where Gautama Buddha attained unsurpassed, supreme Enlightenment. It is a place which should be visited or seen by a person of devotion and which would cause awareness and apprehension of the nature of impermanence". Siddhartha Gautama, the Buddha-to-be, had been dwelling on the banks of the Nairanjana River with ... More..

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    Khajuraho
    In the temple architecture of India, the Khajuraho complex remains unique. One thousand years ago, under the generous and artistic patronage of the Chandela Rajput kings of Central India, 85 temples, magnificent in form and richly carved, came up on one site, near the village of Khajuraho. The amazingly short span of 100 years, from 950 AD - 1050 AD, saw the completion of ... More..

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    Allepy
    The Sri Krishna Temple at Ambalapuzha, 14 kms from Alleppey is among Kerala's More.. famous temples, boasting of typical temple architecture. It is equally famed for its palpayasam - a sweet milk porridge offered to the deity. The temple's main festival occurs in March/April. It was in this temple that the 16th century poet Kunjan Nambiar staged his first Ottan Thulla... More..

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    Udaipur
    Located around the shimmering clear blue water lakes, Udaipur also know as the Lake City of India is a delightful blend of sights, sounds and experiences. Carrying a distinct identity of being a romantic city, Udaipur is an inspiration for the imagination of the poets, painters and writers....." The exquisitely carved marble palaces, impressively laid out gardens and the beautiful... More..

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    Ranthmbhore
    The most fascinating and most popular excursion taken from the national park is to the Ranthambore Fort. This fort was built by the Chauhans in the 10th century. The fort is located at a very strategic position between north and central India and hence it was always coveted by many rulers. This fort is famous for the 'Johar' (suicide by immolation to escape humilitaion) ... More..

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    Chittorgarh
    Chittorgarh was sacked thrice by a stronger army. The first sack occurred in 1303 AD, when king Ala-ud-din Khilji besieged the Fort in order to have possession of queen Padmini, wife of Rana Rattan Singh. In 1535 AD, Sultan Bahadur Shah of Gujarat besieged the Fort and caused immense carnage. It is believed that 32,000 men donned the saffron robes of martyrdom and ... More..

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    Srinagar
    Srinagar has been at the centre of the Kashmir turbulence. But it was not always so. It flourished under the great Mauryan Empire in the 3rd century BC. In the 6th century, it was a part of the kingdom of Vikramaditya, the ruler of Ujjain. The Mughals took it over in the medieval period and laid out the beautifully landscaped gardens. Several centuries later, the British took . ... More..

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    Ladhak
    Ladakh was a kingdom in its own right since the 10th century. Under King Singge Namgyal, Ladakh flourished and rose to fame as a travel junction. Caravans carrying textiles, spices, raw silk, carpets, and narcotics from Amritsar to the Central Asian towns of Yarkand and Khotan would pass by Leh. In fact, Leh was the midway stop, and developed into a bustling commercial settlement ... More..

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    Chandigarh Chandigarh, the dream city of India's first Prime Minister, Sh. Jawahar Lal Nehru, was planned by the famous French architect Le Corbusier. Chandigarh derives its name from the temple of "Chandi Mandir" located in the vicinity of the site selected for the city. The deity 'Chandi', the goddess of power and a fort of 'garh' laying beyond the temple gave the city its name "Chandigarh-The City Beautiful"... More..

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    Amritsar
    Amritsar city is situated in northern Punjab state of northwestern India. It is about 15 miles (25 km) east of the border with Pakistan. Amritsar, home to the Golden Temple is one of the most ancient and fascinating cities of India. It is an important seat of Sikh history and culture. Being the gateway for travellers coming to India on the overland route from central Asia it soon became ... More..

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    Nainital
    In 1839, an English businessman strayed into the hills while on a hunting tour and discovered the scenic lakes. He was so impressed by these hills and lakes that he gave up his business in order to build a European colony here. About a decade later, Nainital became the summer seat of the North Western Provinces. The British also set up several schools for their children here, .... More..