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      Romantic Travel

      Looking forward to chase the wedding blues but not ready for an international honeymoon yet? No worries.

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      December brings with itself more than just a festive spirit, a pleasant weather, and a sea of holidays...it brings with itself the magic of love. No wonder couples consider it the perfect time to celebrate togetherness! And this is why we have put together a collection of some amazing honeymoon places in Asia

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      Andamans is a hub for all the beautiful beaches and natural beauty. There is a lot that one can indulge in when in Andamans and therefore many couples are attracted to this destination. The islands offer not only the best recreational options but also world class cuisines and lavish accommodations.

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      There is no doubt that Maldives has taken all the space in the hearts of honeymooners, but this place has something for the families too. Boasting the pristine beaches and luxurious beach resorts, this island nation is indeed a heaven on earth.

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      The breathtaking peaks and crests of Himachal Pradesh serve as the perfect backdrop for every love story in India, don’t you think?

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      An anniversary getaway can infuse your marriage with a lot of love and warmth. Well-aware of this fact, Murali planned a vacation for 4 days in Bali with his wife and daughter to bring in his 25th wedding anniversary.

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      Bali has become a lovenest for honeymooners and couples where they can not only relax by the beach but also have some amazing experiences on their holiday.

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      Singapore is one of the most amazing tourist destinations in the Southeast Asian region. The country has a lot to offer to its tourists with the huge number of attractions and cultural richness. Read more

      A princely state in Rajasthan known for its heritage and heartwarming culture, Jaisalmer has everything that tourists are seeking - breathtaking views, awe-striking yellow stone architecture, and historically rich sites. Read more

      One of the most attractive cities, Paris is line with boulevards, bistros, museums and multimedia galleries and many more attractions for the tourists to rejuvenate and relax. From glorious food to stylish shopping streets, travelers can make the most of their holiday in Paris. Read more

      Come winters and all of us start to think about our new year plans. All of us want a place where we can dance all night long and start a year with a bang and Bali is that one place where people can enjoy exactly thins kind of a new year. Read more

      The Golden City and a rich princely state, Jaisalmer is one of the precious treasures possessed by the Indian state of Rajasthan. Enveloped within the vast Thar Desert, this city simply steals people’s hearts with its awe-striking forts, breathtaking views, and captivating folklore. A visit to this place is always filled with thrills, surprises, and serenity. While there are various tourist attractions here that are worth a visit, Jaisalmer temples are places that reflect the religious, cultural, as well as historical factors. There are a number of temples in the Golden City one should definitely explore.

      5 Amazing Jaisalmer Temples

      To make your vacation in Jaisalmer worthwhile, you must plan a visit to some of the temples located here apart from exploring the majestic forts. A handful of these temples have been listed below!

      1. Lodurva Temple

      entrance of a temple The city of Lodurva is established in the periphery of Jaisalmer and considered to be a pilgrim hub for the Jains. There were various Jain temples in the city of Lodurva, especially when it was the capital of the Bhatti Rajputs. However, now one can see the ruins of those Jain temples, making the city one of the best sites in Rajasthan that is worth visiting. Lodurva Jain Temple has been established in order to honour the 23rd Tirthankar Parsvnath. Even though the temple has been ruined to an extent but you’ll be able to find the images of Lord Parsvnath featuring on the walls. Location: Lodurva, Rajasthan 345001 Highlights: Constructed with yellow sandstone in Dilwara-style architecture, the building looks quite stunning

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      2. Laxminath Temple

      idol of lord vishnuThis Hindu temple is not only known for its spiritual and religious factors but is also an awe-striking historic site in Jaisalmer. Constructed in the year 1494, the temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laxmi. One of the best factors of this temple is its location - it is a part of the popular Jaisalmer Fort that is situated atop a hill from where you can enjoy the view of the city. Considered as one of the oldest temples in the city of Jaisalmer, this temple will give you a journey back in time. The pillars of this temple are from the village of Lodurva and were brought here during the 9th century. Location: Police Line, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001 Highlights: The temple has been constructed in simple architecture but it’s the way it is embellished that will catch your attention

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      3. Ramdev Temple

      Ramdev pir This temple has been established in honor of a Rajput saint, Ramdev. The Rajput saint is believed to have numerous followers in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Ramdev is known for his contribution towards uplifting the lower as well as marginalised classes of Rajasthan. The temple was built in the year 1931 at the saint’s last resting site by Maharaja Ganga Singh from Bikaner. People can be seen flocking at this place during the months of August and September, as during this time of the year, the popular Ramdevra Fair is held. People of all castes and creeds, from all over India, come to this fair every year. Location: Jaisalmer District, Ramdevra, Rajasthan 345023 Highlights: Inside the temple, you can see the graves of the saint’s disciples, five Muslim pirs, and a majestic step well

      Suggested Read: 12 Historical Places In Rajasthan That Will Take You Back To The Glorious Past

      4. Chandraprabhu Temple

      entry at a temple The construction of this temple dates back to the 15rh and 16th centuries - it was the first amongst the 7 temples constructed during that period. Established in honour of the 8th Jain Tirthankara, named Chandraprabhu, this temple makes for a splendid tourist site. Erected in the Golden Fort, this temple is flocked by people round the year. The temple has beautiful corridors, walkways, and open spaces. The intricate carvings as well as accurately designed geometrical structures make this temple one of a kind in the city of Jaisalmer. Location: Fort Rd, Dhibba Para, Manak Chowk, Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan 345001 Highlights: constructed using red sandstones, the building represents the architectural magnificence of the 16th century

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      5. Tanot Mata Temple

      idol of a goddess in a temple Tanot Mata temple has been established at a distance of 78 kilometers (approx.) from the city of Jaisalmer. This temple is quite famous in the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is also believed that the 1965 incident of war between India and Pakistan happened at a close distance from this temple. The mystical fact about this temple is that around 3,000 missiles released from Pakistan led to the destruction of everything around this temple but the temple itself was unaffected. The Bollywood movie, Border has featured this scene around this temple. Location: Tanot Rd, Tanot, Rajasthan 345022 Highlights: There’s a gallery inside this temple that displays unexploded bombs from that period of time

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      Your visit to the city of Jaisalmer will be a time to remember. For a comprehensively fulfilling trip, you must not exclude a visit to Jaisalmer temples from your travel plan. Traveling to Jaisalmer is essentially about being a witness to the awe-striking forts and indulging into thrilling safaris. However, for a unique experience in this city, one must also witness the glory of the above-listed temples that are religiously as well as historically rich. Apart from that, these temples give a fair idea about the cultural setup of the Golden City beautifully.

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      Being so vibrant, refreshing, and upbeat, Bali has always impressed anyone and everyone who set their foot on this land. Be it the people, the beautiful smiles, the happy culture and traditions, the art and craft, the regional dances, food and nightlife scenes, adventure sports and luxurious spas, or the lavish hotels and resorts, Bali has always embraced the travelers with its open arms, and especially the honeymooners.

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      Imagine having a royal love story where you are the King and she's your Queen. You two meet, fall in love and live happily ever after in your palace. Sounds like a dream, right? Well, those of you who think out of the box and dream high can have this experience for real in the magnificent city of Udaipur. Read more

      Maldives has always been a honeymoon or couple destination but Tooshar Saraswat’s family proved it the other way by planning a family trip to Maldives. Yes, Tooshar was looking for a beautiful destination to spend some memorable time with his family and chose his destination as Maldives.

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      Sri Lanka is home to many small towns and cities that are little paradise which not many people might have heard of. These places are uncluttered with tourist crowd and thus are perfect getaways for a romantic excursion. One such place is Nilaveli that is situated on the East Coast of Sri Lanka. Nilaveli can be defined as blue skies filled with cloud puffs and golden sand beaches with umpteen activities to indulge in. Moreover, there are several places to visit in Nilaveli on Valentine’s Day that you can explore with your better half. Read more

      Sri Lanka is a beautiful mixture of adventure and nature and you need to visit it at least once in your life. While on one side, it offers historical sites and temples, on the other side it boasts of pristine beaches and national parks. Read more

      Orissa is a land of archaeological wonders which are evident at every corner of the state. From the ancient temples to the pristine beaches, this lowkey destination has something within its boundaries which allures the travelers. Read more