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      Surrounded by cedar forests on the edge of the Himalayas, Dharamshala is a beautiful hill station in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The place is a spiritual center for Tibetan Buddhism as it is home to Tibetan government-in-exile Dalai Lama. Dharamshala accommodates many beautiful Buddhist temples, spiritual centers, libraries and of course the breathtaking mountains and landscape!

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      Kashmir ― an unprecedented beauty, the crown of India incorporates several kinds of charm in itself; not just the lakes, but the valleys, mountains, snowfall, and landslides endure their specific beauty in the land of the alluring Kashmir. You can embrace all these things more profoundly in the month of May when the days are surprisingly warm and the nights are a bit less cold than those during the other months of the year. The average temperature recorded in Kashmir in May is between 14 degrees to 30 degrees Celsius which allows you to explore various spots hassle-free.

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      Sikkim is a state in the north-eastern part of India and is well known for its tremendous beauty reinforced by majestic mountains, alluring glaciers, warm meadows, and sparkling flowers. India’s highest mountain, Kanchenjunga, is located in the magical state of Sikkim on the border of Sikkim and Nepal. But, Sikkim is just not restricted to being a scenic destination as it has several pilgrims which enhance its incredibility and piousness. The place can be experienced in the light of traditional Tibetan culture as one can see Tibetan flags hanging across homes in the hope of a better life as you try the delectable Tibetan cuisines in the lap of a breathtaking view.

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      Madhya Pradesh (MP) is a state in central India and is one that holds great significance on the map of the country because of its cultural heritage. Having a great legacy of aesthetic architectural works and captivating nature’s beauty, it is home to world-renowned temples, plenty of natural parks and wildlife sanctuaries, exquisite hill stations, vivid culture, and much more.

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      Located in North-East India, Shillong is one of the most mesmerizing hill stations in India and is the capital of Meghalaya. Shillong is an alluring place embraced by beautiful gardens with full-bloomed flowers, sparkling lakes that flow untamed and unhindered, and cultural centers that proudly preserve and display the traditions and mores of the native people of Shillong. One can only hope to not be absolutely flabbergasted by the captivating city!

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      Goa is a beautiful state in the South-Western part of India and is known as a place perfect for experiencing night culture and beach parties. You can see Portuguese influence on the architectural marvels, cuisines, and houses of Goa.

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      Chittorgarh is a city in the north-western state of Rajasthan and has a mesmerizing historical essence. Boasting of rich cultural heritage, Chittorgarh has a regal lining to it and has umpteen minarets, forts, temples, and palaces to offer to everyone. There are many places you can explore in and around this magnificent city that will enrich you and fill your hearts with pride as you find yourselves in awe of the lineage of our country.

      While there may be many reasons as to why you can visit Chittorgarh and the places around it, one of the best ones is to go for a picnic!

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      Agra is a majestic city in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India that lies on the banks of the beautiful river Yamuna. This city is laced with tremendous historical importance and holds the treasures of architectural and infrastructural beauty created by various communities like the Mughals, the Afghans and the British.

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      Sandwiched between the Arabian sea and the Western Ghats, Mangalore is a beautiful destination in southern India. With its rolling mountains and amber sandy beaches, encroached by the Netravati and Gurupura rivers,

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      Haridwar is the second-largest city of Uttarakhand and often serves as a religious retreat for people in India. Considered as one of the seven holiest places of Hindus, the place also gives the passage to the four pilgrim destinations that are Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri which together are known as Char Dham.

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      With their vibrant blue-green seas, mystical islands, unspoiled beauty, there is no way you can compare the Maldives vs Caribbean. Both are known for their picturesque sceneries, their cultures, outdoor adventure, cuisines and, whatnot.

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      Let’s imagine this - you lying on the beautiful and serene white sand beaches, relaxing to the sound of the waves as you let the warmth of the sunshine soothe you and the calmness of the shore rejuvenate you. Pretty amazing picture right?

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      Gwalior is the magnificent city of forts and temples; one that is etched in the history of the making of India and will always remain unforgettable in its contributions to an independent India. The city is located in Madhya Pradesh and it proudly boasts of culture and heritage as it draws its lineage from royalty.

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      Camels moving in unison, gorgeous sunsets, and deep sand dunes define the backdrop of the city of Ajmer quite perfectly. From artificial lakes to forts and pilgrimage sites, Ajmer has got them all and boats proudly in its culture and heritage. Surrounded by the Aravali mountains, Ajmer is one of the oldest cities of Rajasthan as its history dates back to the 12th century.

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      Udupi is an alluring city located in the southwestern region of India in the state of Karnataka. It is a majestic city that has some of the best tourist attractions like temples and museums and some of the most visited sites in Udupi are Shri Krishna temple, Anantheshwara, and Corporation Bank Heritage Museum.

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      The city of Mysore is situated on the foothills of the Chamundi Hills in Karnataka and is very famous and recognized for its beautiful palaces and structures. It is a major tourist destination in Karnataka and attracts the most significant amount of tourists throughout the year. Its dominant art form and culture comprises Dasara, Mysore Painting, a sweet dish Mysore Pak and more.

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      Hulhumale is a serene place in the Maldives and is known for its vast beaches and serene vibes. It is one place that offers a variety of exciting things -from water sports to beaches to Maldivian cuisine, you name it and, it has it all.

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      Karjat is a quaint and peaceful town located in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. The river Ulhas originates from this town and Karjat is found nestled among the lush greenery that the Western Ghats offers to all.

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      Belgaum is a beautiful city located in the northern parts of the Western Ghats in the state of Karnataka in South India. Belgaum city is famous for its luxurious natural surroundings and glorifying history, which lures every tourist to this place.

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      Umpteen beaches reflecting serenity, countless temples encompassing faith, and unmatched tranquility in the air; all these things paint an image of Puri. Puri is a beautiful city situated on the Bay of Bengal.

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      Standing at the top of a majestic fort built hundreds of years ago, you can feel the breeze gently touch your face as you behold a sight so captivating that it is almost surreal; you see a city painted in blue, in culture and in heritage - you see the alluring city of Jodhpur.

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      Mahabaleshwar is a quaint and mystical hill station located right on the lap of the Western Ghats. It is known for its alluring landscapes and surroundings so beautiful that they look straight out of a painting.

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      Ujjain is an ancient city situated beside the Kshipra River in Madhya Pradesh, known as the 'Temple Town' and as one of the twelve Jyotirlingas. It is a heavenly place where flocks of people visit ancient temples and get allured by the captivating beauty that lies in Ujjain.

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      The city of Pathankot is located in the state of Punjab and is believed to be one of the oldest cities of Punjab. The city lies on the foothills of Kangra and Dalhousie and within the town flows the river Chakki which makes it look serene and tranquil. Pathankot is very famous for its rich history and the beautiful, eye-catching scenery it provides to its visitors.

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      Hulhumale Island is an artificial island created in the south of North Male Atoll, Maldives. The island of Hulhumale has beautiful gifts of nature like beaches, enjoyable and pleasant weather, serenity and tranquillity which is why there is a lot to do on the alluring island. While it is known to be a hub for watersports, there is no shying away from the fact that it is indeed really popular for scuba diving, Yes, you heard that right!

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