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Agra Travel Guide
Agra, or the city of the Taj, as it is known all over the world, forms the first destination on the itinerary of most travelers coming into India. Forming part of the famous 'Golden Triangle' (Delhi-Jaipur-Agra), it is placed on the western bank of the Yamuna.
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Ajmer Travel Guide
Ajmer situated in the green oasis wrapped in the barren hills has been a witness to an interesting past. The city was founded by Raja Ajai Pal Chauhan in the 7th century A.D. and continued to be a major centre of Chauhan power. When Prithviraj Chauhan lost it to Mohammed Ghauri leaving behind indelible marks of their culture and traditions on the cities history, converting it to an amalgam of various cultures and a blend of Hinduism and Islam.
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Allahabad Travel Guide
The city of Allahabad is among the largest cities of uttar Pradesh and situated at the confluence of three rivers- Gana, Yamuna and the invisible Saraswati. The meeting point is known as Triveni and is especially sacred to Hindus. The earlier setlemets of the Aryans were established in this city, then known as Prayag” Prayagasya Praveshshu Papam Nashwati Tatkshanam.
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Alleppey Travel Guide
The town was founded by Raja Keshawadasan, Divan of Travancore in 1762. With the arabian sea on the west and a vast network of lakes, lagoons and fresh water rivers crisscrossing it, alappuzha is a district of immense natural beauty. By virtue of its proximity to the sea, the town has always enjoyed a unique place in the maritime history of Kerala.
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Amritsar Travel Guide
Amritsar, as the name suggests, is rightfully a pool of nectar. Located in the state of Punjab, Amritsar is one of the most important pilgrimage centres especially for the Sikhs in the country. The city is characterised by some of the must visit religious, historical as well as contemporary sites of importance.
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Bangalore Travel Guide
Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka State, is one of Indias most charming cities. Aptly named "Garden City", it boasts of an amazing number of flowering trees and parks. With splendid pink cassias and golden acacias blooming, with jacarandas flowering in purple majesty and the gulmohurs lighting the roads, with their flame-orange brilliance, the city is a sheer delight to simply wander around in.
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Bikaner Travel Guide
Bikaner retains the medieval splendor that pervades the city's lifestyle more popularly called the camel country, the city is renowned for the best riding camels in the world. The ship of the desert is an inseparable part of life here. Be it pulling heavy carts, transporting grains or working on wells.
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Bodh Gaya Travel Guide
The four most holy places associated with the Buddha are Lumbini, his birthplace, in Nepal; Sarnath, near Varanasi, where he preached his first message; Kushinagar, near Gorakhpur, where he died; and Bodhgaya, where he attained enlightenment. Bodhgaya is the most important Buddhist pilgrimage site in the world. Apart from being a significant archaeological site, it is also a vital Buddhist centre.
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Chennai Travel Guide
Chennai is a city where the traditional and the modern blend in life everywhere. From traditional vegetarian fair to fast foods, from nine-yard sarees to the latest in fashion, from ancient temple architecture to modern high-rise - with Indo-Saracenic and Victorian as stops along the way - from classical music and dance to discos throbbing to heady beats, Chennai has them all and many more vivid contrasts that are a pleasant surprise.
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Cochin Travel Guide
Cochin is generally called queen of Arabia sea Cochin, the commercial and industrial capital of Kerala, has one of the finest natural harbours in the world. Ancient mariners from Arabia, China, Holland, Britain and Portugal have all left their mark on this beautiful island city.
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Coimbatore Travel Guide
One of the most industrialised cities in the state, Coimbatore, is known as the textile capital of South India or the Manchester of the South. The headquarters of the Nilgiri region, the city is located in the shadow of the Western ghats. It enjoys a pleasant climate the year round, aided by the fresh breeze that flows in through the Palakkad gap, The centre of textile manufacturing in the state, Coimbatore is primarily a business centre with a strong economy.
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Darjeeling Travel Guide
The toy train coming from Siliguri is something which is liked by the elders and the children equally. The real fun in coming to Darjeeling is on the toy train. It takes six to seven hours to cover a distance of 82 kms and the slow speed gives you enough time to watch and appreciate the beauty which nature has provided it. This train passes through the Forests, waterfalls, over deep valleys and through the mountains and tunnels.
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Delhi Travel Guide
Delhi is the capital city of India, and can be called as a major gateway to India. Delhi is one of the most important metropolis in India, as it is the city of power. It has a very good combination of both modern, as well as ancient culture. It is also known as the Headquarters of Indian politics, as most of the heads of the Indian government and other political parties, reside here, including the Prime Minister, and President of the country.
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Dharamshala Travel Guide
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 beautiful hills. Dharamshala with a number of Tibetan settlements and the residence of the spiritual and temporal leader of the Tibetan people, the Noble Laureate His Holiness the Dalai Lama, now really has become a place of international significance.
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Goa Travel Guide
Goa is about mood and that too a joyous one and an experience that can simply be defined as memorable beauty can be quite inebriating and in Goa you have so much of it - in the golden sands, the blue waters, the sylvan forests and the lakes. Visiting Goa usually covers the normal tourist circuits including one or two beaches, shopping / hopping at Mapusa, and Madgoan or Panajim.
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Haridwar Travel Guide
Haridwar, one of the most holy cities for Hindus, literally means 'Gateway to God'. Legend goes that the Suryavnshi (belonging to Sun Dynasty) Prince Bhagirath performed penance here to salvage the souls of his ancestors who had perished due to the curse of the sage Kapila. The Kumbh mela, happening once every 12 years and the Ardha Kumbha Mela, every six years are big draws. Haridwar is said to be visited by every god, to perform penance and meditation here.
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Jaipur Travel Guide
The picturesque capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is also known as the Pink city. The colour pink is associated with culture. There is a timeless appeal in the colourful bazaars of Jaipur, where one can shop for Rajasthani handlooms and trinklets. Beautifully laid out gardens and parks, attractive monuments and marvellous heritage hotels, which were once the residence of Maharajas, are worthy of admiration. Not to mention the ambling camels and cheerful people in multi-hued costumes, that make your trip to the pink city a memorable one.
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Jaisalmer Travel Guide
Rising from the heart of the Thar Desert, like a golden mirage, is the magical city of Jaisalmer. A commanding fort etched in yellow sandstone, stands with all its awesome splendour, dominating the amber - hued city. With the crenellated golden sandstone town walls and narrow, streets, lined with exquisitely carved buildings, through which camel carts trundle leisurely, it has an extraordinarily medieval feel and an incredible atmosphere.
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Jhansi Travel Guide
Jhansi, situated 101km south of Gwalior, is actually just across the border in Uttar Pradesh, but for convenience we've included it here. Although Jhansi has played a colourful role in Indian history, most visitors to the town today go there simply because it's a convenient transit point for Khajuraho.

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Jodhpur Travel Guide
The Blue City of Rajasthan, Jodhpur is the second biggest city and is on the edge of Thar Desert. It was established by Rao Jodha, in the 15th century and has become the largest and the most progressive of the Rajput states. In Jodhpur, the genius of the sculptors comes to life, in its exquisite palaces, forts, temples and havelis which stand as a testimony to the imperial grandeur.

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Kanniyakumari Travel Guide
Kanniyakumari is a popular pilgrimage centre of the Hindus. It is dedicated to the goddess Kanyakumari - Youthful Virgin, who is an incarnation of Devi,- Sivas wife. Legends say that the Virgin Goddess, did penance to obtain the hand of Lord Siva. When she was unsuccessful in her attempt, she vowed to remain a virgin (Kanya). Hence the name Kanyakumari.

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Kovalam Travel Guide
Kovalam was a beautiful place lying in obscurity for a long period of time along the picturesque coast of Kerala. Then in 1930's, this little village broke the shackles out of its lethargic slumber. The beauty of the fabulous silver sands and palm-fringed shores of Kovalam emerged from darkness. From then onwards, there is no looking back. Earlier Kovalam was an anglers' paradise, but it gradually developed into a tourist spot in great demand. From sunbath to swimming, Ayurvedic rejuvenation to yoga and meditation.

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Madurai Travel Guide
Madurai or Madhurapuri grew and prospered, to become the capital of the Pandayan Kingdom. It is referred to the Ramayana and Arthashastra of Kautilya.. Megashenes (302 BC), Pliny (77AD) and Ptolemy (140 AD) wrote of Madura, the kingdom of the Pandian. Macro Polo visited Madurai in 1293 AD and Ibn Batuta in 1333 AD. Madurai lies on the banks of the River Vaigai.

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Mahabalipuram Travel Guide
Mahabalipuram, or Mamallapuram, was the chief seaport of the powerful Pallava dynasty of South India from as early as the first century B.C to the eighth century A.D. The contribution of the Pallavas to the administration, culture and architecture of South India is well-known. The reign of Narasimha Varman in the 7th century AD witnessed the height of glory for the Pallava Empire both in area and architecture.

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Manali Travel Guide
Manali is a beautiful little town in Kullu valley, which attracts a large number of tourists every year. Manali is at a height of 1,926 meters and is at a distance of 40 kms from Kullu. It offers many adventure sports, such as hiking, skiing and trekking and is a perfect holiday destination for those who seek adventure.

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Mandawa Travel Guide
Mandawa is capital of the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Shekhawati is a semi-arid region located in the northeast part of Rajasthan, India. It encompasses the administrative districts of Churu, Jhunjhunu and Sikar. Inhabitants of Shekhawati are brave, sacrificing and hard working people. The region provides highest number of persons to the Indian Army.

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Mathura Travel Guide
Mathura is situated on the west bank of river Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh and is famous as the birthplace of Lord Krishna, an important deity in the Hindu religious pantheon. Mathura is an important pilgrimage center of the Hindus and one of the seven sacred cities in India. Mathura is situated on the west bank of river Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh and is famous as the birthplace of Lord Krishna, an important deity in the Hindu religious pantheon.

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Mumbai Travel Guide
Mumbai has lived up to the reputation for which it was established. It is a city built by the residents of the city. Mumbai is more than a cosmopolitan made of concrete buildings. Mumbai was given by Portuguese as dowry to Charles II of England when he married Catherine. The group of seven island was leased to the East India Company who offered freedom of business and religion to persons who came and settled here. Initially a few Parsis and Gujarati came but soon a sizeable population began to thrive here. This was way back in the 17th century. Today also Mumbai is a city of migrants. People from all over the country have come and settled here. This gives the society of Mumbai a multi-lingual and multi-cultural colour.

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Munnar Travel Guide
Munnar is situated at a distance of 70 km from Idukki is 1600 meter above the sea level. This hill station was once the summer resort of the erstwhile British Government in South India. Sprawling tea plantations, picture-book towns, winding lanes and holiday facilities make this a popular resort town. Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams - Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala.

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Mysore Travel Guide
Mysore is one of the best tourist places of India. Sweet perfume lingers from saffron and sandalwood carvings, and bright silks wave in the breeze in the 'sugar and spice-all things nice? city of Mysore. The city is famous for its silk and is also a thriving sandalwood and incense center, through don't expect the air to be any more fragrant than that of the next town. The maharaja's walled Indo -Saracenic palace is a major attraction of Mysore.

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Ooty Travel Guide
Ooty is the most popular hill station in South India nestled in the Nilgiri hills of Tamilnadu. Ooty was established by colonial British as they found the weather and landscape similar to their native land. Ooty is highly anglicised version of original name – Udagamandalam. Udagamandalam roughly translates to “house in mountains” and is a short apt description of Ooty.

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Orchha Travel Guide
There is no denying that travel to Orchha is really rewarding. If you wish to have one of the best Indian travel experiences, then Orchha is the right place. Best Indian Travel invites you to experience history etched in stone, and offers a complete Orchha travel guide to have a unique tourism experience.

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Periyar Travel Guide
Periyar is the best-known wildlife sanctuary in south India. Though billed as a tiger reserve, Periyar is really famous for its wild elephants, 100-year-old artificial lake and its setting in the beautiful thickly forested Western ghats. This is not your best shot at spotting the Bengal Tiger considering there are less than 40 of them that inhabit an area of 777sq.km but there’s plenty of other game like the Nilgiri langoor, Nilgiri tahr, bison, deer, antelope and about 700 elephants to make the trip worthwhile.

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Pondicherry Travel Guide
Pondicherry is a popular tourist destination in South India. It is located on the east coast, although one of its districts (Mahe) is located on the west coast. The history of Pondicherry goes back to the ancient ages, when traders would carry Roman goods to this area. Roman artifacts have been discovered at a place called Arikamedu near Pondicherry, indicating the presence of a flourishing trade between this region and Europe in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD.

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Pushkar Travel Guide
For a devout Hindu Pushkar is a very important pilgrim centre, for one visit to this holy place in a lifetime is highly prescribed. Brahma forms the great Hindu trilogy of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, each symbolising the lifecycle of birth, preservation and destruction. Brahma the creator is depicted as of four bearded heads and four hands each holding a book of Vedas (knowledge). His vehicle is the swan and his consort is Savitri. According to the legend Pushkar means a pond created by flower, was formed when Brahma dropped a lotus flower on the earth to determine a place for his yagna, a holy sacrifice.

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Ranakpur Travel Guide
Renowned for some marvellously carved Jain temples in amber stone ranakpur is one of the five holy places of the jain community, 96km from Udaipur, these temples were created in the 15th century A.D. during the regin of Rana Kumbha and are enclosed within a wall. The central chaumukha or four faced temple is dedicated to the venerated trithankara Rishabhji. Open on all four sides it enshrines the four faced image of Adinath. Sprawling over 48,000 sq.feet the temple is an astounding creation with 29 halls and 1,444 pillars-all distinctly carved.

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Rishikesh Travel Guide
Rishikesh, also known as the 'place of sages' is Haridwar, at the confluence of the Chandrabhaga and Ganga. It is believed that God by the name of 'Hrishikesh' had appeared as an answer to the hard penances by Rabhiya Rishi and henceforth the place derived its name.

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Shekhawati Travel Guide
This is a semi desert region in north Rajasthan and it is situated entirely in the triangle between Delhi-Bikaner-Jaipur. Shekhawati is a region and not just a town or fort; it takes its name after its ruler Rao Shekha. Shekhawati means the garden of Shekha. The towns of Shekhawati are eminent for their amazing painted havelis. Such is the appeal of the havelis that this region is dubbed as "open art gallery of Rajasthan".

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Shimla Travel Guide
The Queen of Hill Stations Dubbed by the Britishers as the “Queen of Hill Stations”, Shimla occupies a special place in the heart of tourists visiting India. The charm of Shimla can be understood by the fact that British made this city as there summer capital, during their rule in India. Shimla was a favorite city of the Britishers, and this is proved by the monuments and buildings of the city. Shimla is said to have derived its name from ‘Shyamala’, another name for Goddess Kali, whose temple exists in the town. The city is a wonderful mix of traditions and modernity.

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Trichy Travel Guide
Tiruchirappalli, situated on the banks of the river Cauvery is the fourth largest city in Tamil Nadu. It was a citadel of the early Cholas which later fell to the Pallavas. Trichy is a fine blend of tradition and modernity built around the Rock Fort. Apart from the Fort, there are several Churches, Colleges and Missions dating back to the 1760s. The town and its fort, now in Trichy were built by the Nayaks of Madurai. This city has given great Tamil scholars whose contributions to the Tamil literature have been very significant.

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Trivandrum Travel Guide
Trivandrum or Thiruvananthapuram is the capital city of Kerala. The city situated on the south western coast of India, is characterized by its undulating terrains of low hills. Situated amidst the wooded highlands of Western Ghats, the city has several enchanting picnic spots along the sea coast. Trivandrum boasts of a rich cultural heritage, as the Travancore rulers, took a deep interest in development of arts and culture. Trivandrum is renowned internationally for its serene beaches, historic monuments and backwaters.

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Udaipur Travel Guide
The city of Udaipur is a lovely land around the Azure water lakes hemmed in by the lush hills of the Aravails. A vision in white drenched in romance and beauty, Udaipur is a fascinating blend of sights sounds and experience-an inspiration for the imagination of poets, painters and writers.

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Varanasi Travel Guide
Varanasi, or Benaras, is one of the oldest living cities in the world. Varanasi's prominence in Hindu mythology is virtually unrivalled. Mark Twain, the English author and literature, who was enthralled by the legend and sanctity of Banaras, once wrote: "Benaras is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together".

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Varkala Travel Guide
Kerala's new destination Varkala, is a perfect place for those who like to holiday in a calm and serene atmosphere. Varkala is a seaside tourist resort and spa. A small town 55km north of Thiruvananthapuram, it is also an important religious place for the Hindus. The Papanasam Beach at Varkala is a quiet, secluded beach known for its white, silvery stretch of sand, mineral springs and rocky cliffs. Varkala is also an important Hindu centre of pilgrimage.

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