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Best Places to Visit in Maharashtra

Located in India’s Western region, Maharashtra holds the famous city of Mumbai, making it one of the most visited states in India, both domestically and internationally. Occupying a substantial part of the Deccan Plateau, it is the second most populous state in India, and the third largest by area. A centre for culture, architecture, politics, and of course the economic capital of India, Maharashtra has both historically and recently been a very important state in India. Formed in 1956, Maharashtra … Read More

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22 must-visit places in Pondicherry

For those who may be confused, we’ll simplify. Puducherry is a union territory of India, located on the South-Eastern coast of peninsular India. The union territory consists of 4 districts primarily, with the wen-known Pondicherry acting as its capital and central tourist hub. In many ways, geographically, Pondicherry mimics the neighbouring state of Tamil Nadu, with pristine beaches, a year-round warm climate, beautiful backwaters created along an extensive network of sea inlets and clear, beautiful skies. The sea that Pondicherry … Read More

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18 Must-Visit Places In Nagaland

Nagaland is a beautiful mountainous state locate dint he North East of India. Bordered by Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, and Myanmar, the state is now for its abundant flora ands aunt, as well as it’s rich tribal culture.  The largest city in the state is Dimapur, though its capital city is Kohima, both are the two most significant cities in Nagaland. The region also comes under the popular name given to India’s north eastern states, the ‘Seven Sister States’. Nagaland is … Read More

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30 places to visit in the union territory area of Jammu & Kashmir

Nestled amongst the Himalayas in the Northern-most parts of India, Jammu and Kashmir is a visual delight like none other. When speaking of Jammu & Kashmir, most people are referring to the larger area of the union territory. This region comprises of the Hindu- dominated Jammu and Katra, located in the south, the Muslim- dominated Jammu, located in the far North, and the Himalayan lands of Ladakh and Leh, located even further up North, at much higher altitudes. The region … Read More

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Places to visit in Gujarat

One of the western most states in India, Gujarat is a state comprised of a small interior region, and a large oddly shaped peninsula that makes its ruggedly shaped1,660 kilometre coastline one of the longest in India. Historically, this geographical alignment has also made Gujarat a state with any major ports and spectacular sea routes to most of the globe. With a population of 60.4 million, Gujarat is the fifth largest state by area, and the ninth largest by population. … Read More

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Places to visit in Andaman and Nicobar Islands

The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, located off the coast of India in the Bay of Bengal are a union territory of the country and comprise of 572 islands, 32 of which are uninhabited and many of which are not open for visiting by tourists. For example, one of the most un-communicated with tribe in the world, the Sentinelese people live on these islands, an infamously unwelcoming tribe known to have not reached beyond Palaeolithic-era technology. Perhaps closer to Indonesia than … Read More

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10 places you must visit in Sikkim

Located in the North East of India, Sikkim in bordered by the countries of Bhutan, Bangalesh, Tibet and Nepal as well as the Indian state of Bengal. The least populous and second smallest state in India, Sikkim is known for its abundant biodiversity and alpine climates. The very name ‘Sikkim’ comes from the terms ‘Su’ and ‘Him’, meaning beautiful home. The third highest mountain in the world, the Kangchenjunga is also here. Sikkim was once a mountain kingdom, the remnants … Read More

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25 places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh

A treasure trove of natural vistas and man-made marvels, Arunachal Pradesh’s name literally translates to ‘The Land of Dawn-Lit Mountains’. One of the most Northeastern states in India, Arunachal Pradesh shares international borders with Bhutan, Myanmar and a disputed border with China itself. Its capitol city of Itanagar is vibrant and diverse, having historically been a metropolitan rest spot in the mountains for many travellers. While the states culture and atmosphere reflects the serenity of its mountains, the region remains … Read More

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Tourist places to visit in Madhya Pradesh

The term ‘ Madhya’ means central, and truly, Madhya Pradesh is located in the middle of India, enjoying a wide diversity of climates, terrains and cultures. Madhya Pradesh, also know as ‘MP’, is the second largest state by area in India, and the fifth largest by population. Historically, Madhya Pradesh has always been one of India’s most prosperous kingdoms, due to its abundance of natural resources (the largest reserves of diamond and copper in India), dense flora and fauna, and … Read More

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25 locations in Andhra Pradesh you must not miss

Located in India’s South-East, Andhra Pradesh may be the country’s seventh largest state in area and tenth most populous state, but for many avid travellers, this beautifully diverse region of culture, nature and adventure is often overlooked. With the second longest coastline in India (974 kilometres) as well as some of India’s most dense flora, the region offers a wide variety of experiences. Once a major Buddhist pilgrimage site, Andhra Pradesh’s landscape is dotted with many ruins, chaityas (a rounded … Read More