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      What defines the city of Lucknow is its past that converted into a great present - which later laid foundations for the future - The NOW! The city gained prominence in the 18th century Mughal rule and flourished under the Nawabs. We are talking about a culture that has survived over the years and one that has clearly left a mark at all the places to visit in Lucknow. Read more

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      The northern state of the country, Jammu is a precious jewel in the crown of India, bearing a history that is a class apart. Along with its snow clad mountain tops and enchanting valleys, it also offers a series of eclectic charming temples that are a treat to visit.

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      Goa, a tropical travel destination is famous for its pristine beaches and adventure sports. With a wide array of water and land sports, this land of beaches is undoubtedly one of the best places to try water sports in India.

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      Thrissur is the third largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi and Kozhikode. It is known for a lot of sacred sites and colorful festivals that have found the district to be a great culture. Being the cultural capital of Kerala, and the land of Poorams, the district is known for its ancient temples, churches, and mosques. And what about the places near Thrissur? Do they manage to depict the same amount of magnificence?

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      The beautiful state of Karnataka was created in 1956 and known as ‘Mysore State’ until 1973. Not familiar with that? Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay.com Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station in the state of Tamil Nadu, which has, to a point reached the saturation level in terms of commercialisation. Despite that, the town has its beauty intact, attracting thousands of visitors from around the world. Read more

      Himachal Pradesh is one of the most beautiful states in India that is frequented by adventure lovers, trekkers, pilgrims, and nature lovers. Himachal is one such place that offers some of the best and stunning views of the majestic Himalayas.

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      To quench your thirst for being a traveler, sighting all the possible destinations within a few km is possible when you are in Trivandrum. Located in the state of Kerala, Trivandrum is one of the destinations which you must undoubtedly think of visiting.

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      Maharashtra is such a huge state - with hill stations, metropolitans, serene valleys and the Arabian Sea. Such vastness might lead us to miss some extremely significant places.

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      Bangalore, popularly known as the ‘Garden City’ represents a rich cultural heritage of the past era combined with modern and high-tech facilities. Experience the amalgamation of both of them on your visit to Bangalore, the south Indian city.

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      Dharamshala is a place of cultural diversity where generations of people from different parts have settled and now call it home.

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      Smiling faces and devoted souls – come September-October and the colors of diverse cultures and customs of India are ready to dazzle. The season of festivals commences with the famous Dussehra, also known as Durga Puja and Vijayadashami in different parts of the country.

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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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      Eating out at a place like Kalimpong is always pleasant with the food influenced mainly from the neighboring regions of China, Sikkim and Bhutan.

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      Interestingly, the traditional food in Yercaud is a combination of cuisines from 3 states: Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh. You will find dosas, pongal, paniyaram, uthappam, upma, and other dishes that you can relish with a variety of chutneys as well as sambars.

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      Throughout the existence of human civilization, we have managed to brave many odds from natural disasters to diseases and numerous wars.

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      What does Tirupati offer in terms of local cuisine? A great amalgamation of Tamil as well as Telugu food which involves spices that add a specific tang to your taste including curry leaves, cinnamon, cardamom, peanuts, coconut milk and lots of chilli.

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      A trip to Kashmir is often marked with spectacular views, a serene environment, and spending lots of time enjoying the weather, especially in winter. So, visiting a religious building is often considered a secondary option. But guess what, you can visit the churches in Kashmir will give you the sense of peace and rejuvenation you have only dreamed about.

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      Belgaum also known as Belgavi is a small city in the state of Karnataka. The city has a rich historical background. It is famous for the Belgaum Fort which is visited by the public throughout the year. The city’s history is reflected in its numerous temples, churches and other architectural marvels.

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      The city of Palakkad is known as the gateway to Kerala from Tamil Nadu. It lies in the Palakkad district and has the district administrative headquarters here. Even though the city is in Kerala, there is a sizable number of people who speak Tamil. The food and wardrobe of the area is also a fusion of the two states.

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      Rajkot lies in the centre of the Saurashtra region in the state of Gujarat in India. It is the 4th largest city in the state with a population of over twenty lakh people. The city is located on the banks of two rivers, the Nyari and the Aji rivers. This is one of the cleanest cities in India and financially very stable.

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      Lonavala is one of the most popular hill stations in India. It is a small hilly town in the state of Maharashtra in Pune district. The town is a part of the Western Ghats and usually draped in a thick cloudy cover throughout the year. Lonavala is especially beautiful in the monsoons, and most of its tourism is concentrated in the monsoon months.

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      Gujarat is the fifth largest state in India. It has a rich heritage and has produced greats like Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. This is a state that is known for the Asiatic lion and the great Rann of Kutch. The culture of this state is also varied and diverse.

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      Dalhousie is a small and popular hill station in the Dhauladhar Range in Himachal Pradesh. A favourite among tourists from all over the world, Dalhousie is a mesmerising town with magnificent buildings, churches and people who still live like it was the olden days. The legacy left behind by the British is quite noticeable in its architecture and atmosphere.

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      London is not just the capital of England but also serves as the headquarters for many of the world’s motor racing outfits. It is just 80 km away from the mecca of motor sport, The Silverstone Racing circuit in Northamptonshire.

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