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    Lyrics of a serenade or a poet’s fascination, India can be anything for a traveler who’s here to explore. Since November is the time of celebration in most parts of the country, here’s the list of best places to visit in India in November.

    If you are planning a vacation in the coming months, here’s the answer to where to go in November. Don’t forget, many of these places are highlights of the India tour packages for all the good reasons!

    Best places to travel in November in East India

    1. Sundarbans, West Bengal – Spot Royal Bengal Tigers

    A tiger taking a dip in a waterbody in Sundarbans which is among the best places to visit in India in November

    A Bengal Tiger in Sundarbans, West Bengal

    The pride of Bengal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sundarbans comes somewhere at the top of every avid traveler’s bucket list. This dense mangrove forest is one of the largest reserves of Bengal Tigers and one of the  best national parks in India. Jungle cat, fox, wild boar and spotted deer are among other animals which inhabit Sundarbans, which literally means beautiful forests. It is one of the best wildlife places to visit in November in India.

    Things to do: Go tiger spotting, enjoy boat ride, meet Olive Ridley turtles in Kanak Island, take holy dip in Gangasagar, and treat your eyes with beautiful birds in Sajnekhali Bird Sanctuary

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Sunderbans: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata (112 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Sundarbans: Canning Railway Station (64 km)

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    2. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh – Attend the Ganga Festival by the river banks

    Banaras ghat

    Varanasi ghats

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    One of the oldest, most sacred Hindu cities in the world, Banaras or Varanasi celebrates Ganga Mahotsav during the month of November every year. The festival spans for five days on the banks of Ganges and also acts as a treasure trove for the lovers of Indian culture and craftsmanship. This is where you can make the most of your holidays in November.

    As per the legends, gods descend to earth and bathe in the Ganges during the festive time. This occurrence is celebrated with cultural performances by popular artists. In the past, eminent artistes like Zakir Hussain and Ustad Bismillah Khan have been the star attractions of the celebration.

    Ganga Mahotsav also happens to be a perfect place to enjoy boating, wrestling, kite flying and more. Don’t forget to titillate your taste buds with delicious local cuisine.

    Places to visit: Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Manikarnika Ghat, Assi Ghat, Dashashwamedh Ghat, Dhamek Stupa, and Sarnath Museum

    Things to do: Attend Ganga aarti, take spiritual tour, bathe in the Ganges, take morning boat ride, and shop for knick & knacks in the local market

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Varanasi: Lal Bahadur Shastri Airport (In Varanasi)
    • Nearest railway station from Varanasi: Varanasi Junction (aka Varanasi Cantonment Railway Station)

    3. Bodh Gaya, Bihar – Feel the magic of Buddhism

    Buddha statue in Bodhgaya Bihar the best holiday destinations in November

    Buddha Statue in Bodhgaya, Bihar

    A UNESCO World Heritage Site and an important Buddhist pilgrimage spot, Bodhgaya is where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment. If you are in search of peace that touches your inner self, then there couldn’t be a better place for you than this.

    Monks from different parts of the world wearing red attires hum holy scriptures here. The most sanctified spot of the town, Mahabodhi Temple Complex is a treat to the eyes and soul. The months from November to March are considered as the best time to visit Bodhgaya. The temperature stays moderate and Tibetan pilgrims from Dharamshala also make a visit during this time.

    If that sounds like a spiritual retreat, you need not wonder where to go in November anymore.

    Places to visit: Mahabodhi Temple Complex, Bodhi Tree, Royal Bhutan Monastery, Thai Monastery, Chinese Temple, Vishnupad Temple, and Root Institute for Wisdom Culture

    Things to do: Meditation, temple hopping, and shopping

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Bodhgaya: Gaya Airport (In Bodhgaya)
    • Nearest railway station from Bodhgaya: Gaya Junction (In Bodhgaya)

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    Best places to travel in November in West India

    4. Old Goa, Goa – Don’t miss the Feast of St. Francis Xavier

    White catholic Church and pink branches in Goa

    A church in Goa

    Known for the hippest beaches in India, this little Indian state also happens to cast a spell with its old-Portuguese style churches and convents in Old Goa. This part of Goa is regarded as UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is a well-deserved title.

    Feast of St.Francis Xavier (patron saint of Goa) is held every year during the months of November and December (3rd December being the main day). The silver chest containing the mortals of the saint is kept for veneration. Over 2 lakh devotees from across the world visit Goa to be a part of this festival.

    And if you’re wondering where you’ll be staying? We’ve got things sorted for you by listing 15 budget hotels in Goa perfect for all kinds of travelers.

    Places to visit: Basilica of Bom Jesus, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, Se Cathedral, Goa State Museum, Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Calangute Beach, Baga Beach, Anjuna Beach, Aguada Fort, and Panaji Market

    Things to do: Explore Goa on rented bike, go for water sports, go on heritage walk, shop till you drop, relax in a shack, enjoy nightlife of Goa, take spice plantation tour, and meet the dolphins on your Goa tour.

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Goa: Dabolim Airport (in Goa)
    • Nearest railway station from Goa: Madgaon and Thivim (in Goa)

    5. Kutch, Gujarat – Lose yourself in “Khushbu Gujarat ki” in Rann Utsav

    People having a gala time on Rann of Kutch one of the loveliest places to visit in November in India

    Great Rann of Kutch in Gujarat

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    Among the finest places to visit in winter in India, the desert-scape of Kutch opens a wide window for photo ops, as the bright colors of Gujarat come popping. The Rann Utsav (a festival that lasts for 2 to 3 months from Nov to Feb) is where khushbu Gujarat ki (aroma of Gujarat) is most captivating. This is the time when you have a chance to witness the essence of Gujarat. Right from the white desert in the full moon, historical marvels to shopping for handicrafts, this event is nothing less than a much-awaited extravaganza.

    There are many activities that one can choose to indulge in during the Rann Utsav, like paramotoring, meditation, rifle shooting, stargazing, jungle safari, bird watching, and sightseeing, along with others. Kutch well deserves to be listed among the best places to visit in India in November.

    Places to visit: Mandvi Beach, White Desert, The Wild Ass Sanctuary, Aina Mahal, Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Prag Mahal and more

    Things to do: Sightseeing, birdwatching, watch cultural performances, jungle safari, stay overnight in traditional Kutchi home, camel ride, dress like a local et cetera

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Kutch: Bhuj Airport (70 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Kutch: Kutch Railway Station (in Kutch)

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    6. Ganpatipule, Maharashtra – Relax on the beachside

    Road in Ganpatipule Maharashtra

    Ganpatipule in Maharashtra

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    As soon as monsoon gets going from the exit door, Ganpatipule evolves into that paradisiacal tropical getaway and that’s why we have it on the list of places to visit in November in India. Nestled in the beloved Konkan region of Maharashtra, Ganpatipule is praised for its gold-sand beaches, spiritual legends and culture.

    Hindu folklore says Lord Ganpati moved to this place from his erstwhile adobe, Gule. Pilgrims come from different regions to seek blessings from 400-year-old Ganpati idol placed at the foot of a hillock.

    Places to visit: Ganpatipule Temple and Ganpatipule Beach

    Things to do: Enjoy watersports activities in beach, attend kirtan/aarti in Ganpatipule Temple, and shop in local markets

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Ganpatipule: Ratnagiri airport (28 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Ganpatipule: Ratnagiri Railway Station (30 km)

    7. Tarkarli, Maharashtra – Monsoon gone, it’s time for the beaches

    a beach in tarkarli

    Tarkarli Beach in Maharashtra

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    About 550 km from Mumbai and 8 km south of Malvan, lies a quaint beach village called Tarkarli. A fast growing tourist destination, Tarkarli attracts thousands of national and international tourists in November for its extremely comfortable climate. Blessed with serene beaches, gorgeous backwaters, and beautiful blue waters.

    If you are dying to jump into the salty and cool waters of the Arabian Sea, November is the right time to pack your bags for a happening weekend with friends. You can also sail on houseboats on the emerald green waters of Karli Beach.

    Places to visit: Deobag, Sindhudurg Fort, Karli Backwaters, Achra Beach, Dhamapur Lake, Padma Garh Fort, Kolamb Beach, Kanak Devi Mandir, Sarjekot Fort, and many other places.

    Things to do: Snorkelling, scuba diving, parasailing, swimming, dolphin spotting, banana boat rides etc.

    How to reach:

    Nearest airport from Tarkarli: Dabolim Airport ( 130 km)
    Nearest railway station from Tarkarli: Kundal Railway Station ( 45 km)

    Best places to travel in November in North India

    8. Bundi, Rajasthan – Experience the majestic charm of Bundi Utsav

    Interior of Garh Palace in Bundi

    A palace in Bundi of Rajasthan

    Aravali Hills and shimmery lakes accentuate the charm of Bundi, a little-touristy hideout in Rajasthan, decorated with the architecture of the bygone era. In November-December, the city hosts the popular Bundi Festival (fair organized by Rajasthan State Tourism Department) that well-exhibits Rajasthan’s grandeur and craftsmanship.

    Places to visit: Garh Palace, Taragarh Fort, Nawal Sagar Lake, and Raniji ki Baoli

    Things to do: Shop for colorful knick knacks, enjoy cultural performances, sports, and even bridal dress competition.

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Bundi: Sanganer Airport (210 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Bundi: Kota Railway Station (40 km)

    9. Pushkar, Rajasthan – Attend the famous Camel Fair

    A colorfully decorated camel in Pushkar Camel Fair

    Pushkar in Rajasthan

    One of the most popular festivals of Rajasthan, Pushkar Camel Fair allures travelers from around the world, thanks to its colorful and enthusiastic vibes. Other than being main livestock fair, Pushkar Camel Fair entertains the visitors with various quirky competitions such as the longest mustache, camel decoration, cricket, and more.

    This five-day annual fair (dates for 2016- 8th Nov to 14th Nov) takes place on the banks of Pushkar Lake. Along with trading of livestock, this fair is a cultural affair where you may imbibe the Rajasthani vibes and shop for some vibrant attires, jewellery, and handloom.

    To solve your accommodation dilemma, we have chalked down 15 royal resorts in Pushkar, perfect for a memorable stay.

    Places to visit: Pushkar Lake, Brahma Temple, Varaha Temple, and Sri Raghunatha Swamy Temple (Get detailed list here)

    Things to do: Camel safari, hot air ballooning, and shopping

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Pushkar: Sanganer Airport (150 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Pushkar: Ajmer Junction (15 km)

    (Note: Don’t forget to add Mount Abu, a beautiful hill station, in your Pushkar tour package.)

    10. Udaipur, Rajasthan – Witness romance, remnants, and grandeur

    Lake Pichola at night

    Lake Pichola in Udaipur

    The City of Lakes, The Venice of the East and many such beautiful names have been given to Udaipur, one of the most romantic places in India. November happens to be the best time to visit Udaipur owing to pleasant weather, allowing the travelers to explore this city at ease.

    Besides five glimmering lakes, Udaipur’s colorful cobbled streets, opulent palaces, and temples make many people skip a heartbeat, which makes it among best honeymoon destinations in India in November.

    Places to visit: City Palace, Lake Pichola, Jag Mandir, Monsoon Palace, Jagdish Temple, Saheliyon ki Baori, Gulab Bagh & Zoo, and Fateh Sagar Lake are among of the best places to visit in Udaipur.

    Things to do: Boating, shopping, stay in Taj Lake Palace, go temple hopping and sightseeing, and enjoy at the Vintage Car Museum

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Udaipur: Maharana Pratap international Airport (In Udaipur)
    • Nearest railway station from Udaipur: Udaipur City Station (In Udaipur)

    11. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan – Experience the pleasant climate of the Golden City

    a beautiful fort in Jaisalmer

    Forts in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan

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    Jaisalmer or the ‘Golden City’ is among the most magnificent places to visit in winter in India. It’s the city where the forts and palaces are still alive and tell an interesting story of the past. It’s located near Pakistan border and acts as a guard to western Rajasthan. There are ancient havelis where generations continue to live and some of them have been turned into heritage hotels so that people can experience how it feels to live like the kings and the queens.

    Jaisalmer and other cities of Rajasthan are extremely hot during summer months, but between November to January, the weather changes and becomes extremely pleasant. If you want to explore Jaisalmer and its beautiful lanes on foot or want to go on desert safaris, then November is the best time to visit it.

    Places to visit: Jaisalmer Fort, Patwon Ki Haveli, Salim Singh Ki Haveli, Bada Bagh, Khuri Dunes, Gadisar Lake, Khaba Fort, Surya Gate and more.

    Things to do: Camel safari, desert camping, stargazing, boating in Gadisar, quad biking, parasailing, parmoutring, and a lot more.

    How to reach:

    Nearest airport from Jaisalmer: Jodhpur Airport ( 300 km)
    Nearest railway station from Jaisalmer: Jaisalmer Railway Station

    12. Alwar, Rajasthan – For the vivid colours of Matsya Festival

    two men and a kid performing in Alwar

    Matsya Festival in Alwar, Rajasthan

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    Alwar or ‘the city of the Rajputs’ is one of the most magnificent places to visit in Rajasthan in the month of November, for the magical Matsya Festival. There are multiple exhibitions, competitions, folk music & dance performances that let you experience the culture and heritage of the city in a unique way. One of the oldest cities in Rajasthan with many ruins and prehistoric sites, Alwar is every history buff’s paradise.

    Places to visit: Siliserh Lake, Company Bagh, Bhangarh Fort, Bala Quila, Sariska Tiger Reserve, City Palace, Garbhaji Falls, Karni Mata temple, Jaisamand Lake etc.

    Things to do: Sightseeing, shopping in the local bazaars, zip-line, boating in the lakes etc.

    How to reach:

    Nearest airport from Alwar: Sanganer Airport (162 km)
    Nearest railway station from Alwar: Alwar Junction Railway Station

    13. Almora, Uttarakhand – For the scenic charm of the winter months

    river in mountains

    Ramganga River in Almora, Uttarakhand

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    A charming little hill station spread across a 5 km ridge atop Kashyap Hill in the lap of Himalayas, Almora attracts people from all across the country with its divine beauty. Surrounded by beautiful pine and oak trees, snow-clad mountains, streams flowing from the valleys, and wonderful terrace farms, this peaceful hill station attracts backpackers.

    Jageshwar, a hindu pilgrimage town, which is about 30 km from Almora is also a must-visit for those love to walk the untraveled roads. The main reason for you to explore this town can be Jageshwar Yoga Festival, that will be held in the ancient Jageshwar temple.

    Places to visit: Kasar Devi Temple, Katarmal Sun Temple, Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary, Binsar Zero Point, Govind Vallabh Pant Museum etc

    Things to do: Hiking, trekking, nature walks, watching sunset and sunrise, nature photography, bird watching etc.

    How to reach:

    Nearest airport from Almora: Pantnagar Airport (125 km)
    Nearest railway station from Almora: Kathgodam Railway Station (90 km)

    14. Delhi – Attend the Qutub Festival to take a dip in Delhi’s rich heritage

    Qutub Minar in Delhi

    Qutub Minar in Delhi

    Delhi, the capital city of India, has many flavors for you to taste, the ancient aroma being the most relishing. When talking about the best places to visit in India in November, Delhi finds its place marked as a priority. Delhi’s weather is at its best during the month of November and that is when the three-day annual Qutub Festival takes place. The festival is organized by Delhi Tourism and Government of Delhi, in the premises of Qutub Minar (UNESCO World Heritage Site).

    Qutub Festival celebrates the beauty of classical and Sufi music and dance, along with performances by contemporary artists. The festival has caught attention not just at the national level, but also on the international scenario.

    Places to visit: Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Akshardham Temple, Red Fort, India Gate, Lotus Temple, Chandni Chowk, and Bangla Sahib Gurudwara

    Things to do: Go on a heritage walk, shop in flea markets like Sarojini Nagar and Janpath, taste incredible Delhi street food, enjoy qawwalis in Nizamuddin Dargah, spend a lovely Sunday in Rahgiri and more

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Delhi: Indira Gandhi Airport (In Delhi)
    • Nearest railway station from Delhi: Old Delhi Railway Station, Nizamuddin Railway Station, Sarai Rohilla, Anand Vihar and New Delhi Railway Station, and more (In Delhi)

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    15. Amritsar, Punjab – For Guru Nanak Gurpurab celebration

    Sikh man standing in front of Golden Temple in Amritsar best place to visit in November in India

    Golden Temple in Amritsar, India

    Amritsar, flaunting the stunning Golden Temple, is flocked with pilgrims all around the year, regardless of their religion. The Golden Temple, as the name suggests, has its upper floors covered in gold and is an important Sikh shrine.

    On the occasion of Guru Nanak Gurpurab in November the Golden Temple and its precincts are decorated with lights and flowers. The whole city gets decked up and the celebration starts at 4 am. Kirtans & Gurbanis are recited, devotees are provided langar (food) by volunteers, Guru Granth Sahib (Sikh holy book) is read, and a procession takes place. This festival is celebrated across the world, but surely the most magical and soul-stirring celebration happens right in Amritsar, which is why it makes to this list of best place to visit in November in India!

    Places to visit: The Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib), Jallianwala Bagh, Akal Takht and Summer Palace of Maharaja Ranjit Singh

    Things to do: Shop for colorful juttis & suits in local market and try Amritsari Naan at the dhabas

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Amritsar: Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport (In Amritsar)
    • Nearest railway station from Amritsar: Amritsar Junction Railway Station (In Amritsar)

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    16. Hampi, Karnataka – Be a part of enthusiastic Vijaya Festival

    Virupaksha Temple in Hampi Karnataka is where you should spend your holidays in November

    Temple of Hampi in Karnataka

    The rugged ruins of Hampi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and erstwhile capital of Vijayanagara empire is one of the best places to visit in winter in India. This historic city is people’s favorite and the best place to visit in November in India not just because of its past and architectural precision but also due to religious importance of Virupaksha Temple.

    Hampi Festival (aka Vijaya Festival), a three-day annual festival falls on the first week of November and magnifies the number of travelers. It exhibits the culture and history of Hampi, along with dance & music performances, processions, fireworks, and puppet show.

    Places to visit: Archeological Museum, Vijaya Vittala Temple, Monkey Temple (Hanuman Temple), Queen’s Bath, Royal Enclosure, Hampi Bazaar, Underground Temple, Sasivekalu Ganesha, Hemakuta Hill Temples, and Virupaksha Temple

    Things to do: Watch the sunset from Hemakuta Hills, rent a bike & explore the locale, bathe Laxmi (temple elephant) early in the morning in Lotus Hall Complex, and go cliff jumping & swimming

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Hampi: Hubli Airport (167 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Hampi: Hospet Junction (13 km)

    17. Wayanad, Kerala – Your answer to where to go in November from Bangalore

    Heart shaped lake in cloud kissed Chembra Peak of Wayanad

    The heart shaped lake in Chembra Peak in Wayanad

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    Snuggled in the pristine Western Ghats, Wayanad is a lovely hill station with the abundance of plantations, forests, wildlife and vibrant cultural existence. All these elements mesh up to make Wayanad one of the ideal honeymoon places in India in November.

    When in Wayanad prepare yourself to stumble upon a fusion of ethnicity and nature’s magic. November is the best time to visit Wayanad owing to the pleasant and clear climate, and since it is the autumn time your eyes will thank you for the colorful sight.

    Places to visit: Chembra Peak, Edakkal Caves, Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Sulthan Bathery, Thirunelli Temple, Ambukuthi mala and Kuruvadweep

    Things to do: Birdwatching, temple visit, stroll through coffee plantations, enjoy elephant ride in Edakkal Caves, buy locally made handicrafts and spices, among others

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Wayanad: Calicut International Airport (99 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Wayanad: Nilambur Road (100 km)

    Must Read: 10 Wayanad Tourist Places For An Extended Delectation

    18. Coorg, Karnataka – Celebrate the Puthari festival with Coorgi people

    coffee plantation

    Coffee Gardens in Coorg

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    Coorg, ‘the scotland of India’ is among the best places to visit in winter in India. Set amid the perpetually misty landscapes and lush mountains, it is a perfect holiday destination for those planning a vacation in the month of November. It’s not just the comfortable and cool weather that makes people visit Coorg, but also the Puthari harvest festival (celebrated in November) that adds to the charm of this pretty town.

    Places to visit: Namdroling Monastery, Dubare Elephant Camp, Abbi Falls, Iruppu Falls, Mandalpatti, Brahmagiri peak, Raja’s Seat, Nagarhole Park, Mallalli Falls and more.

    Things to do: Camping, river rafting, jeep safari, hiking, trekking, quad biking, bird watching, Ayurvedic massage etc.

    How to reach:

    Nearest airport from Coorg: Bangalore Airport ( 260 km)
    Nearest railway station from Coorg: Mysore Railway Station ( 120 km)

    19. Varkala, Kerala – Sink in the laid-back aura

    Perfect day at Varkala Beach

    The gorgeous Varkala Beach in Kerala

    With its cliff kissing the shorelines and sea breeze kissing the gloom away, Varkala is known for some of the best beaches in India with a laid-back vibe and cafes/restaurants pepped with trance melody. Not just the beachy stuff, Varkala plays an important role as a sacred Hindu town, where people come to offer prayers and offerings for their deceased loved ones.

    This is among the best places to visit in November in India as the monsoon is gone, and the weather is at its best now. Make sure this is a part of your Kerala holiday tour!

    Places to visit: Varkala Beach, Sivagiri Mutt, Thiruvambadi Beach, Janardhana Swamy Temple, Vishnu Temple and Anjengo Fort Overview

    Things to do: Try your hands on surfing, enjoy 11-course meal on banana leaf in Mama’ Kumari’s home, indulge in Yoga and Ayurveda, chill at the beaches and cafes and go temple hopping

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Varkala: Trivandrum International Airport (41 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Varkala: Varkala Train Station (in Varkala)

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    20. Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh – Enjoy the festival of Chethiyagiri Vihara

    The famous Sanchi Stupa in Madhya Pradesh

    Sanchi Stupa in Sanchi

    An epitome of Buddhist artistry, the stupas of Sanchi are famous across the world and have their history dating back to the Mauryan period (12th century BC). Today, the remnants collectively are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    The life of Lord Buddha as per the Jataka stories are depicted through immaculate carvings. This, the pride of Madhya Pradesh, has many stories for narration. Sanchi is where time travel is pretty much possible, especially if you are visiting it during the Chethiyagiri Vihara Festival, during which pilgrims from across the world come to see the holy relics of Sariputta and Maha Moggallana (disciples of Lord Buddha). Due to its religious importance, this is one of the best places to visit in November in India.

    Places to visit: The Great Stupa, Ashoka Pillar, Udayagiri Caves, Gupta Temple, and Sanchi Museum

    Things to do: Heritage walk, exploring history of this place, and photography

    How to reach:

    • Nearest airport from Sanchi: Raja Bhoj Airport Bhopal (56 km)
    • Nearest railway station from Sanchi: Bhopal Railway Station (50 km)

    Now that you have a grip of places to visit in November in India, prepare to apply for leaves already! Think of the excuses you’ll be giving your boss to enjoy your holidays in November.

    Further Read: 15 Winter Festivals In India You Must Attend


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