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      India

      Looking for some awesome experiences for your next trip within India? You are at the right place! Discover plenty of informative and well-researched travel blogs on India here to help you pick a great destination for your next escapade. From the best cities to visit, seasonal locations, to the most thrilling of activities you can try in different places, we have got it all! Whether you're looking for a romantic honeymoon destination, searching for a kid-friendly place for your next family tour, or seeking an adventurous site for a solo trip, you'll get the best options here to pick from. Find details on aspects like top tourist attractions, adventure activities, shopping, nightlife, food, hotels, restaurants, and much more for all famous as well as remote cities and towns in India. In addition, it's your one-stop destination to find updated information about the major festivals and events in the famous Indian cities. Every India travel blog here is well equipped with essential information on accommodation, weather, ideal season, how to reach, places to stay, and travel tips for all trending destinations to let you plan your vacation well and to ensure you have a comfortable and fun holiday with your loved ones!

      The extensive 7,000-kilometer-long coastline of India is studded with some of the most alluring beaches in the world. Apart from the pristine sands, ultramarine waters, thrilling watersports, and palm linings, some of the unusual beaches in India

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      In terms of development, Surat tops the list, but when it comes to the history, culture, and traditions, Surat still has its name at the top of the list. Awarded with many epithets like “The Textile City of India,” “Embroidery Capital of India,” and “The Sun City,” Surat has a lot to give to its tourists.

      The city is a treat to the architectural lovers and it has retained its medieval charm despite being a land of several battles.

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      When it comes round to the Indian peninsula, the country has more than what meets the eye. Surrounded by the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal, the range of coastlines and ports in India is quite abundant.

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      Home to some of the country’s most iconic tourist attractions, one can experience a bit of everything in the state of Maharashtra.

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      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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      Planning a vacation rarely encompasses a train expedition nowadays. But if it does, it certainly takes us back to the childhood days when holidaying meant embarking on beautiful train journeys in India.

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      With the wedding season around the corner, and only 50 days to the New Year, trips and destination honeymoons are happening all around the world. We are here to help you choose an adventurous destination – Tso Lhamo Lake.

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      India has very rich and diverse wildlife and has always drawn the attention of nature lovers from around the globe. From the mammoth mountain ranges in the north, the marshy lands in the east, to the tip of Kanyakumari in the south, India is home to a number of wildlife conservation parks and sanctuaries.

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      The saying ‘they who are protected by the eye of the Lord, only they are attached to true love’ goes true for Vrindavan—the holy town in Uttar Pradesh state of India. It is a land of spiritual ecstasy, splattered by the holy waters of the holy rivers.

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      What fun is it for a non-swimmer in Andaman, you’ll only end up watching all your friends splashing into the water, while you sit and sulk, right? Wrong! ‘Cause what if you can’t swim, if you have the heart you can have as much fun in the waters as a pro swimmer can.

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      Bored of races on wheels? Cheering up for your teams does not fire up your adrenaline any more? Ever seen water catch fire? Fancied a leisurely boat cruise through the stretch of serene backwaters in Venice?

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      Kullu is famously known as Kulanthapitha, which roughly translates to the valley of Gods. The valley has been a favorite destination for tourists who want to experience the mystical land.

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      The city of Ludhiana is the largest municipal corporation in Punjab and located on the old bank of Sutlej River. Acknowledged as “India’s Manchester”, Ludhiana is the largest city in Punjab as well as in Northern India.

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      Famous all across the country for its endless variety of kebabs and biryani, Lucknow is an absolute paradise to be in. Be it trying its popular street food or relishing the authentic cuisines, the best restaurants in Lucknow have the magic of turning any foodie into Read more

      Do you get tired of your working schedule and want to relax yourself? Fret not; the city has a solution for all your weekend woes! This list of tourist places near Chennai will undoubtedly entice you to pack your bags and head out.

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      Go karting in India is a fun experience that can give you the thrill and feels of participating in a F1 race even without a driver’s license. A go kart is a kind of open wheel car which comes in all shapes and forms, from models which are without motors to high powered racing machines. Professionals participate in these sports with more developed karts whose speed can reach a high of even 260km/hr. Go karting is now included in the activities with for a fun day out with friends.

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      The former French colony with virgin beaches, spiritual sceneries, and quaint heritage buildings, has often been accused of little nightlife. The nightlife in Pondicherry, however, has evolved over the years.

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      Right beside the sea, the beautiful Pondicherry - the French capital of India, offers some spectacular tourist attractions. Known for its urban architecture style, Pondicherry is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South India.

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      At times, when life gets entangled into the web of monotonous routine, it definitely deserves some moments of freedom full of fun and frolic. And if you do not find yourself interested in traveling extremely long distances, shorter distances too can amuse and help you relax.

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      India’s first Labour Movement Museum, exhibiting the complete history of the world labour movement is soon to be launched at Alappuzha, Kerala. Read more

      Moorish Mosque in Kapurthala is as beautiful as it might seem! Situated in Kapurthala of Punjab, the mosque is ensured by the Archeological Survey of India and is among the best mosques of South East Asia.

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      Thousand years of history, mythological legends, stories of goodness prevailing over the evil and that 6-year-old neighbour kid wildly throwing water balloons at you - if this is your idea of Holi, we dare you to be a part of the crazy Holi celebrations of Barsana, Vrindavan, and Braj in Mathura.

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      Have you ever dreamed about pretending to be Indiana Jones while exploring the ancient temples and truncated pyramids of Egypt?

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      As the first rays of sunlight broke over the snow-capped peaks and reached the interior of the Dragon guest house, a score of men began to stir.

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      Ever heard of Bhakra Nangal Dam? It is located in Nangal, a town in the Rupnagar district of Punjab. The gigantic dam is the iconic attraction in Nangal that puts this place on the map but that’s not all. There are a few more exciting places to visit in Nangal that will make your trip to this town worthwhile. Nestled in the foot of Shivalik Hills, Nangal is also known for its innovative culture, traditional diversities, and interest in sports. In Nangal, you are bound to experience the most memorable trip of your lifetime

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