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      Chandigarh

       Chandigarh, the first ever planned city of India, is the epitome of urbanization and metropolitan development. It is also a great getaway to the vibrant hills of Himachal, Uttarakhand and further north. In fact, there are many places to visit near Chandigarh that will offer you instant relief from the hustle-bustle.

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      Leisure Valley Chandigarh, is a continuum of several theme gardens that attract people from all walks of life to come and soak in the good vibes and breathe in the fresh air. Leisure Valley Chandigarh serves as a perfect retreat for all the residents living in the city of Chandigarh, for people to catch a breather and enjoy a stress-free day amidst lush greenery. Read more

      Tucked at the foot of the Shivalik Hills, Sukhna Lake in Chandigarh is a beautiful man-made lake that was created back in 1958 by damming the seasonal Sukhna stream that cascades down these hills. Read more

      Filled with the sight and sweet aroma of over 1,600 different species of roses, the Rose Garden in Chandigarh is a blooming exhibit of nature’s endless beauty and the largest garden of its kind in all of Asia.

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      Chandigarh - The City Beautiful, is known for its chilled vibe and cleanliness. As soon as you arrive in the greenest city in India, you feel calm and peaceful. If you want to take your peaceful vibe up a notch, head to any of the spas in Chandigarh that will promise you a transcendent experience. Read more

      Chandigarh, also known as ‘The City Beautiful’, was planned by the famous architect, Le Corbusier. The city houses some of the most beautiful marvels of India, both natural and man-made.

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      Chandigarh, a quaint city, was designed by the famous Swiss architect, Le Corbusier, in 1950. He envisioned a people-oriented city which led him to include

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      You cannot claim that you have seen Amritsar if you have not visited the famous Wagah border. Wagah border is a border that separates India and Pakistan. It represents the countries’ attitude towards each other. Read more

      What comes to mind when one hears the name Chandigarh?

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      Chandigarh, the city full of young working professionals and the retired relaxing crowd, is the capital city of both Punjab and Haryana. Read more

      Could there be a better place to take your vows than the most well-planned and greenest city in India? Start your blissful married life by getting married at one of these wedding venues in Chandigarh and have a great time with your family and friends.

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      Chandigarh offers the best of both worlds – a town lifestyle with facilities of a metro. With a population known for its slightly loud, but fine taste, there is no dearth of leisure resorts near Chandigarh, surrounded by the bordering beauty of Himachal Pradesh. Read more

      Chandigarh is undoubtedly the brimming epitome of urbanisation and metropolitan development in India. But it also provides as a getaway to the verdant hills of Himachal, Uttarakhand, and further north.

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      Hanging out with amigos and partying till late in the night is the essence of Chandigarh, one of the most happening places in the country. The party culture in Chandigarh is such that you may see the city coming to life once the sun goes down.

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      Travel can take on different perspectives in everyone’s life. In mine, it holds the status of freedom; it is both losing myself in the beautiful sights and experiences and at the same time finding myself in the solace that comes along with it. Read more

      Madan Mohan along with his wife (Kusum) and kids, Abhishek and Allina, went on a family trip to Himachal and had a great time indulging in the many charms of the hilly state. From the lush valleys to snow capped hills to skiing, paragliding, and other adventure sports, they witnessed it all. Read more

      Featuring some of the most popular to most offbeat destinations in the world, the trending New York Times 2018 travel list will certainly take you by surprise. But, sadly, only one Indian city has been able to make its way through the list this year. Read more

      Chandigarh is often called as the tourism hub of North India, and rightly so as it is the gateway to the mountains. Due to that, numerous resorts in Chandigarh have

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