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      Hemmed in by Bhutan,Tibet and Nepal, Sikkim is a dramatically beautiful state located in the northeast part of India. Pleasant climate, organic vegetation, snow-covered landscape and decent commercialisation have endeared Sikkim as one of the best destinations for a serene retreat. While the landscape of Sikkim offers a host of adventure activities, the calm yet vibrant city life presents you a bouquet of other experiences as well.

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      Go karting in Bangalore is one of the top entertainment options these days. The karts do not resemble any other normal cars or sports cars. The wheels of the cars are underneath in the other cars whereas the entire size and shape of the wheel are visible in the karts. The entire body of the rider doesn’t get covered completely in the go-kart.

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      India is a land of diverse religion, heritage, culture, and traditions and the true reflection of this variety is seen through varied festivals, celebrated across the country. While most of the places in the country enjoy monsoon in August, the plethora of charming festivals in August in India help people enjoy the rain splashes all the more. Read more

      Mountains humble you and make you feel special about your being. Himachal in the north is dotted with alpine trees, and cutting through them are daunting trails that epitomise a mountain’s true charm. Infinite vistas and snow-capped peaks keep uplifting your soul when the body cedes to climb. Something similar is the story of trekking in Manali.

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      For all the magical experiences that it offers, Shillong is nature's adorable paradise. The subdued city in the northeast flourishes and continues to enchant people. Peeping from the world of fluffy clouds and mist-laden jungles are the rustic trails that make trekking in Shillong an absolutely thrilling affair. While you walk across the scenic outdoors of Shillong, it's the enormous surroundings that leave you spellbound.

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      Mukteshwar is a quaint hill town, mostly known for its serene ambiance, amazing weather, and jaw-dropping views of the snow clad Himalayan ranges. This tranquil weekend retreat boasts of age-old temples, lush green woods, and narrow hilly trails. Also, there is a wide range of things to do in Mukteshwar

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      Islamic population started to settle in New Zealand since the early 1990s, immigrating from South Asia and Europe. Over the years, the population increased and presently 46,149 Islamic followers live in New Zealand, according to 2013 census report. The growth of the Muslim population had led to the development of mosques, Islamic schools and learning and cultural centers across New Zealand. Read more

      Just picture your hair fluttering with the chilling breeze as you trace and gaze at the enchanting path with your partner; sounds exciting, right? If road trips are your idea of romance, here is a list of incredibly romantic road trips in India for couples.

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      The dynamic landscapes and thriving flora and fauna are major factors in defining the popularity of all the mountains of the world. For the more adventurous explorers, there are many other mountain ranges like the tallest mountain range, Mount Everest and the longest mountain in the world, Andes, which must be visited for an exhilarating experience of an adrenaline rush.

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      India is the birthplace and the cradle of some of the world’s major cultures and religions. The unparalleled cultural ebullience of the various world heritage sites in India allure travelers from across the globe. The myriad shades of traditions and rituals have been contributing to the Indian culture. And the numerous places of Indian cultural heritage speak volumes about the same.

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      Hyderabad, popularly known as the city of Nawabs, offers some of the best Hyderabadi cuisines one can have in India. Well, what adds on to it are the city's nightlife offerings that you will love to be a part of. Open till wee hours of the morning, these famous nightclubs and bars will offer experiences you will cherish for a lifetime. Here's a little guide to nightlife in Hyderabad that'll let you groove all night long. 

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      The Bhrigu Lake Trek is a high level alpine lake that is from Manali, Himachal Pradesh. It is just a three days’ hike from Manali. The best part of Bhrigu Lake Trek is that you get to climb the feet of 14,000 ft. in just three days.

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      For some souls, the hunger of pine and walking the lofty terrains is an undying affair. To tend to the cravings of these wanderlusts, God created Parvati Valley in Himachal and blessed us with verdant alpine, tricky trails, and mystic alleys waiting to be explored.

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      Are you planning a weekend dedicated to trekking near Bangalore? If so, our list of the best trekking places near Bangalore will come in handy when you begin your research. Let’s start the journey to the lesser known yet incredibly captivating trekking destinations near Bangalore that’ll give your weekend a new purpose.

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      Happiness is correlated with food. If you are one such human being whose world revolves around this statement then India is the place you need to be at. Indians are obsessed with food and the never-ending list of street food in India is a testament to that.

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      Masala Dosa is the first thing that pops into your head when it comes to Karnataka Cuisine. What you don't know is that Karnataka cuisine, one of the oldest surviving cuisines, is well known for its spicy curries and seafood specialities. Rich and delicious, it has drawn an influence from the neighbouring states and coastal areas.

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      Head to the jungles and experience nature at its glorious best! The vast jungles of Satpura are so enchanting that it enabled the literary legends like Rudyard Kipling and Abul Fazlto pen down the class act like Jungle Book and Ain-i-Akbari respectively. When you plan a day out in the lush environs of the Pench National Park you know that it's the vibes of the untamed wild that leave you overwhelmed. One of the leading national parks of Madhya Pradesh, Pench is spread across Seoni and Chhindwara districts of Madhya Pradesh.

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      India is the land of 64 crore god and goddesses, with a multitude of holy cities and shrines of spiritual gurus to a motorcycle. Here, temples can be found at every step of the way, but only some of them are odd, strange, weird or unusual in one way or another. Some of these mysterious temples of India are famed because of their unconventional deities, some because of their exorcism rites, and some because they are more than 2000 years old. Read more

      If you don’t believe heaven exists on Earth, you must explore the surreal and enthralling Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh. I am sure your belief will change.

      Aptly tagged as ‘Little Tibet’ – this rugged and sprawling cold desert is rough, barren yet totally stunning. Surrounded by deep ravines and gorges, the picture postcard beauty of Spiti and its top attractions will make your jaw drop in amusement.

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      Mahakaleshwar Temple Ujjain is one of the most popular Hindu temples. It is located by the Rudra Sagar Lake in the Ujjain district of Madhya Pradesh. The important pilgrim center of Hindu religion is counted among the most important 18 Maha Shakti Peethas. A soul-stirring and mystical vacation await you at this pristine temple and if you are seeking solace then you this is the place to be at!

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      Walking into an unmarked territory fills you with excitement and you are unsure about things! But, what is going to unfold is an incredible series of events that would leave you thrilled. Ladakh in May is one of those destinations that cast the picture of a wonderland after facing yet another harsh winter.

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      With more traveling comes bigger responsibility! The sooner we understand this, the better it is for us and nature around. Ecotourism in India might not be a very popular terminology, but those who care about it are doing their bit to conserve country’s natural heritage, even if it’s one baby step at a time.

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      From some ordinary locations in a deserted village to a landscape amid the statuesque mountains, Bollywood has given us some of the most unique and marvelous shooting locations in India. The Indian film industry is probably one of the best ways to promote tourism in even the remotest and most offbeat places in our country.

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      South India is littered with hundreds of exotic tourist destinations. And a lot of them are located along the wide span of the Ghats. Yercaud in Kerala's Salem district is one such place overloaded with nature’s awesomeness. Consider the top activities and some of the fascinating places to visit in Yercaud and you are in for an exciting treat.

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      Nature has inspired people to achieve extraordinary feats. When Rudyard Kipling wrote the famous novel ‘Jungle Book’, he needed an inspiration, which came from one of the tiger reserves in India. Apparently, it also happens to be the largest among national parks in Madhya Pradesh. Kanha National Park, in Central India, is India's one of the oldest national parks that boast of rich tiger population and other exciting wildlife.

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