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      Would you believe us if we tell you that India has its very own Manchester? Yes, you heard that right.

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      Maharashtra is such a huge state - with hill stations, metropolitans, serene valleys and the Arabian Sea. Such vastness might lead us to miss some extremely significant places.

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      Vrindavan, a destination that is more than just being any other geographic location, has stolen the hearts of many. With an essence of spirituality encircling this holy town, Vrindavan is one of its kind. Dozens of temples, constructed in all shapes and sizes, can be seen covering the floors.

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      What defines the city of Lucknow is its past that converted into a great present - which later laid foundations for the future - The NOW! The city gained prominence in the 18th century Mughal rule and flourished under the Nawabs. We are talking about a culture that has survived over the years and one that has clearly left a mark at all the places to visit in Lucknow. Read more

      Famous for its fish curry and magnificent Hyderabadi biryani in Kerala, the Muslim-dwelled region, Malappuram offers wide options of restaurants in the district that melts the heart of people. Read more

      As Ralph Waldo Emerson puts it,“Do not follow where the path may lead". Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” and we couldn’t agree more! The joy of experiencing the view while riding is something unique.

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      Ooty, popularly known as the 'Queen of Hill Stations' is nestled in the Nilgiri hills in Tamil Nadu. The lush green tea plantations, the vast meadows, the towering mountains, dense pine and eucalyptus trees, sparkling waterfalls and serene lakes

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      Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful state is a popular tourist destination for Indians, especially among the newlyweds and youngsters. This is the land of Gods that have been bestowed with snow capped mountains, fast flowing streams, and valleys, which has a tendency to sink on the ground.

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      Solang Valley also called as Solang Nala Valley is one of the hotspots for adventure loving people in the snow laden state of Himachal Pradesh in India. The name Solang Nala Valley derives from two words Solang, meaning nearby village and Nala, meaning water stream. Read more

      Dalhousie stands adorned with pine valleys and spectacular mountains in Himachal Pradesh. This pristine hill station is accompanied by colonial charm and misty mountains. Because of its proximity to the Dhauladhar mountain range,

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      Named after Maharaja Jaisal Singh, Jaisalmer is one of the most popular historical places in Rajasthan. Located amid the expansive Thar desert, the city is known for its rich heritage, traditions, and culture. And the exhilarating adventure sports, fascinating safaris, and camping are only a few of the many things to do in Jaisalmer that add to the rich experience here.

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      Varkala is the town at the Southern Kerala coastline of the Indian subcontinent. You cannot visit Kerala without experiencing the wide array of the cultural and historical marvels and the natural beauties at Varkala remain at the paramount.

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      Darjeeling - the word itself speaks for the beauty it holds. Situated in the northernmost part of West Bengal, it is a famous and charming hill stations. During sunrise, this town offers a magnificent view of the mighty snow-covered Kanchenjunga which will leave you spellbound. People visit mostly for the scenery but if you want more, then you can go for adventure sports in Darjeeling. Since, there are a lot of options, we will help you guide and sort the activities for you!

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      Capital city of Bihar, Patna is a land that is always bustling. This ancient city is sitting on the southern bank of the mighty Ganges river. Offering fine alchemy of ancient and contemporary worlds, Patna is a city that is filled to the brim with crowds. This town is certainly an acquired taste.

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      With the rapidly increasing number of backpackers and explorers looking for relaxing getaways in north India, the popularity of Kasol – a picturesque village in Kullu, stretched along river Parvati – has seen a sudden surge in the past five years.

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      There is no shortage of awe-inspiring sights and incredible activities to engage within Tamil Nadu. The natural beauty combined with the looming element of sheer peace are two very valid reasons for tourists to flock to the state by the thousands.

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      Plan your next vacation to Parwanoo, for an adventurous yet refreshing trip in the beautiful town of Himachal Pradesh. Sited on the borders Panchkula, Parwanoo is an industrial city which is situated on the Chandigarh Shimla Highway.

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      Malappuram is an interesting city of Kerala, being one of the most populous Muslim city in South India. The city offers its tourists with numerous natural attractions that are praised by all. The place is also an important site for both Hindu and Muslim religious practices that are being taken place here for a long time.

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      Kochi, also known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea was a major port town of the Indian subcontinent during the medieval period. It became the first Portugese Colony of India after it was invaded. Even today it is one of the major cities in India and is also the financial, commercial and industrial capital of the state of Kerala. Read more

      Kerala, God’s own country is one of the most renowned places that is known for its natural beauty and serenity. The place is popular for its surreal backwaters, beaches and South Indian cuisine. There are several interesting tourist destinations in Kerala that are completely worth visiting. Apart from the scenic beauty,

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      Old Goa is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in India and when it comes to Goa, people usually have a notion that it's all about people drinking beers on the shacks and dancing off their feet to its nightlife.

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      Tripura happens to be the third smallest state in India. This scenic place holds a rich culture and heritage of the country. Packed with so many exciting things to do in Tripura, the place serves to be an ideal destination for a short holiday trip.

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      Meghalaya is a lovely small hilly state in northeast India which has remained unexplored by the tourists for quite some time. This abode of clouds is a living paradise with its matchless natural beauty and awe inspiring tourists attractions. Meghalaya is blissful state full of ambrosial hills entraning lakes, rapturous valleys, bewildering caves and peerless waterfalls. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay.com Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station in the state of Tamil Nadu, which has, to a point reached the saturation level in terms of commercialisation. Despite that, the town has its beauty intact, attracting thousands of visitors from around the world. Read more

      What does an unheard of city does to you? Does it make you curious? Does it make you want to explore it? Well, what if we told you there is one such city in the very beautiful Karnataka? Yes, there is! Shimoga (Shivamogga) is one of the most gorgeous cities in Karnataka.

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