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      Gwalior is steeped in history and is packed with beautiful monuments and temples. There are plenty of cultural as well as historical places to visit in Gwalior for tourists interested in its rich heritage. Read more

      Kalimpong is a sleepy but surreal Buddhist town which is located 50 minutes east of Darjeeling. Known for its panoramic views, Buddhist monasteries, Tibetan handicrafts, Kalimpong is a delight to visit. Read more

      Coimbatore is a major industrial city in Tamil Nadu, which is often known as the Manchester of India for its textile industry. It usually serves as a stopping place for travelers because of the lack of sights to see here. Most of the churches in Coimbatore are Catholics in their religion, but all of them are marvellous pieces of architecture. Read more

      This peaceful “Land of Gods” is a true spiritual abode. The mighty Beas that runs through this valley makes Kangra a lush green place of beauty. Read more

      Kollam has been on the route map of spice traders for a very long time. Legendary explorers like Ibn Battuta to Marco Polo have talked about the prominence of Kollam district for centuries. Read more

      Nahan is a little town in Himachal Pradesh, which is best known for its Indian Army Special Forces Training School and a laidback lifestyle. Away from the buzzing crowd of cities, this is the perfect romantic getaway for mountain lovers! Read more

      The buzzing capital of Queensland Australia, Brisbane is one of the most popular cities in the country. Although it’s a hub for art and culture, its close proximity to the ocean and rugged national parks make it a fine destination for nature and peace-lovers. Read more

      A lovely ancient city and also one of the largest cities in Madhya Pradesh, Ujjain is situated on the banks of Shipra river. The city was once the residence of King Asoka. Read more

      Recently selected for a smart city project, Hubli is the second largest cities of the state and among the busiest towns. While the city doesn't have many tourist spots, but the famous Nrupatunga Betta hill, which offers great sunset views attracts a huge number of tourists to Hubli. And to provide incredible hospitality to tourists from all over the world, many luxury and budget hotels in Hubli have been established. Read more

      Do you love taking cute and quirky photos of cafes for your Insta handle? Are you a fan of coffee and cafe food? Well, don't we all love that! There are some cafes in Kolkata that are just right for your food + insta posts. Here are some of the best cafes in Kolkata where you can spend some time with your friends over a cup of coffee or a delicious bite of a sandwich while enjoying good music. Read more

      The princely city of Vellore is an ancient city that has been ruled by many prosperous dynasties over the years. The Pallavas, The Cholas, Vijaynagar Kingdom, Carnatic Empire and the British are the various powers that ruled the region of Vellore. Different rulers of Vellore are responsible for the city’s mixed and interesting cultural heritage. The city is famous for its grand forts, royal temples, and natural wonders. Check out these popular and charming places to visit in Vellore. Read more

      Chopta is a beautiful little hill station in Uttarakhand. Evergreen forests and meadows lend this place a surreal feel. Chopta is surrounded by the mighty Himalayas, making it the best trekking destination as well. It is the base for various trekking destinations like Tungnath, Chandrashila and more. Read more

      One of the three Nilgiri hill stations in the south, Coonoor is a smaller version of Ooty. Known for its sprawling tea estates, Coonoor is a must-visit for all nature-lovers. Read more