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      Rajasthan, the state where history blends with modernity, opens its arms wide and welcomes travelers from across the world. There are palaces, gardens, museums and forts in this colorful Indian state, but the lakes in Rajasthan - their charm is unmatchable.

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      One of the best cities of India, Pune has it all to please everyone regardless of age. Pacing up with modernity, this city is flecked with malls, theme parks, clubs and much more. There are many fun places in Pune, whether you’re thinking of taking your kids out or just want to go for a day out with friends. These places do not demand a day off as they’re easily visited on weekends.

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      Corbett’s wilderness is intriguing - leopards and tigers call it home, birds live in peace, locals enjoy the greenery, and tourists find the nature therapeutic.

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      Periyar National Park in Kerala is where the royal Bengal tigers, Indian elephants, and many other fascinating creatures find their home. As far as you can see, there’s nature’s bounty greeting guests with open arms.

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      There are a few weekend getaways from Delhi that are still not in the radar of many tourists, and thus are not chaotic. 38 km away from Mussoorie, Kanatal is one of such destinations. It is a quiet and lovely village tucked in the Himalayas, surrounded by nothing but forests. It is perfect for a weekend of camping Read more

      You haven’t really been to Kolkata if you haven’t relished the best street food in Kolkata. The cultural capital of India, Kolkata boasts of super-delicious food Read more

      The God’s Own Country has got it all - from backwaters to the most colorful festivals in India. Festivals in Kerala are celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm, as they speak volumes about the state’s history, culture and beliefs.

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      Standing as proof of a glorious past and excellent craftsmanship, the forts in India are popular tourist attractions today. Spread over the entire country, these forts find mention in important history chapters and many of them have interesting stories around them.

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      Just picture your hair fluttering with the chilling breeze as you trace and gaze at the enchanting path with your partner; sounds exciting, right? If road trips are your idea of romance, here is a list of incredibly romantic road trips in India for couples.

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      The glistening Ganges is a charmer, the chants of Hindu prayers touch the soul, the scenic backdrop refreshes the senses and the adrenaline-pumping adventures wreck the nerves the way it should.

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      Treehouses in South India are perched right in the middle of vast plantations or lush wilderness of the Western Ghats. Most of these properties offer other kinds of accommodation as well (villas & cottages) but tree houses offer intimacy with nature like none other.

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      Manipur, the pride of Northeast India, is ever-blooming as a tourist destination. But people spend a few days here, before they make their way forward to other regions. Truth is, to feel the essence of a place you must spend plenty of time, interacting with locals and losing yourself amidst the unperturbed nature.

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      A gem that Indian tourism is proud of, Andaman and Nicobar islands is full of possibilities, whether you’re traveling with family, your better half or even solo. There is so much to see, so much to do! But as the evening fades away and night knocks on the door, many people believe, it all ceases.

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      Merely 2 hours drive away from the Shimla, Chail is a quiet hill-station tucked in the lap of nature. A haven for those wanting to escape mind-numbing restlessness of city life, this lovely town was a former summer retreat for the Maharaja of Patiala.

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      When mustached men take to the dhol, and ghagra-clad women dance to garba tunes like no one’s watching, that’s when you know it’s the festive season in Gujarat. Celebration of most famous festivals in Gujarat will make you groove while

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      Located in Jammu and Kashmir state of India, Jammu region is known for its enchanting mountains. This place is primarily known for Vaishno Devi Temple, which holds important religious significance for Hindus. But that is not all it offers in terms of attractions, this list of best places to visit in Jammu will let you know all the options you have and must be in your bucket list if you are planning an escape to this part of Heaven on Earth!

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      Ajanta Ellora Caves have always been recognized as the gems that represent Indian history and the impressive artistry that existed in the foregone era. These tourist attractions consist of 64 rock-cut caves, located in close proximity from the city of Aurangabad.

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      When life is running faster than you, an international honeymoon might not seem doable just after the wedding. But that doesn’t mean you cannot manage an escape that you desperately need after getting hitched. Put your dream honeymoon on hold and start planning for a mini moon, which is a short romantic escape for the newlyweds before they take a longer holiday later. For your covenience, we have put together a list of the best mini moon destinations. Scroll to check them out! Read more

      Guwahati is a popular city in Assam frequented by tourists wishing to explore the essence of Northeast India. The city caters to travelers with different demands with its choice of accommodation, activities and sightseeing. Thanks to ease of connectivity, Guwahati is among the top priorities for the visitors. So, if you are planning a visit, you would come across many places to visit in Guwahati.

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      With beaches where you can swim and surf, and spiritual places where you can meditate for hours, Sri Lanka is more than just an island country. Its ferocious, yet fascinating wildlife lures travelers from across the globe. So do its vast tea gardens. The landscape is so diverse, that 5 days in Sri Lanka can never be enough!

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      When love is deeper and wider than the ocean itself, getting hitched on the beach is a great idea. In fact, a dream tropical wedding is not just a Bali thing anymore, India’s very own beach state Goa pulls it off gracefully.

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      Gujarat is a state that flaunts its vibrant heritage each passing second. The state is bestowed with inspiring culture, and overwhelming history, coupled with architecture that will move you from within. The historical places in Gujarat invites pilgrims and historians from around the world. While some places like Laxmi Vilas Palace define sheer grandiose, landmarks like Dwarkadhish Temple and Dholavira narrate tales of a legendary past. Read more

      Dreaming of a romantic escape, but the destination is still a little hazy in your mind? Surely, with so many ideal honeymoon destinations across the world, it becomes tough to freeze just one. But if you’re getting hitched at the beginning of the year, this list of honeymoon destinations outside India in March is going to be your savior.

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      The best part of the week, weekends are meant for fun. And if your idea of fun involves long drives away from the city, you've landed at the right place. We all know how our cities can stress us out but thanks to nearby destinations which bless us with balance so we can come back with a saner mind.

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      Living in a bustling city like Pune can sometimes be tiring and we just need a quick escape. There are plenty of awesome options around but what to do when you have just INR 2000 - 4000 to spend? Go camping!

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