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  • Lal Bagh, Bengaluru

    Bengaluru (Bangalore), India

    The capital city of the southern Indian state of Karnataka, Bengaluru, or Bangalore as it was earlier called is one of India’s most vibrant and modern cities.
    As the story goes Bangalore was named after an old woman who served a wandering king a meal of boiled beans. There's little chance now of finding boiled beans anywhere in Bangalore, the mecca of IT in India!
    357  kms from Chennai 8.00 hrs
  • Chhatbir Zoological Park

    Chandigarh, India

    Chandigarh, the capital city shared between the two north Indian states of Punjab and Haryana is built to the blueprint of a prosperous, modern India and famed for it's neatly laid out residential blocks, grid-planned roads and numerous gardens.
    While in Chandigarh, one must visit the main shopping area in sectors 17 and 22 as they are famous for handicrafts emporiums of different states where you can buy embroidered silk garments, wood crafts and the traditional leather jutties (embroidered slip-ons). You can also find good leather products shops and some good book stores here.
    270  kms from Delhi 6.00 hrs
  • Chennai Silk Saree

    Chennai, India

    The city that for a long long time was Madras is still hot and fiery as "Chennai" which is what it has been called since 1996.
    The city of Chennai is famous for a number of Hindu shrines and attracts a large number of devotees all year round.
    334  kms from Bengaluru (Bangalore) 8.00 hrs
  • Hussain Sagar, Hyderabad

    Hyderabad, India

    Hyderabad was spun into a city with the yarn of love. The tale runs in the land of fancy but is probably true.
    The Salar Jung Museum is the single largest collection of art and artefacts by one person. Do not miss visiting the museum! Ramoji Film Studios is supposed to be the largest film studio in the world covering over 1600 acres.
  • Kolkata in India

    Kolkata, India

    Kolkata is the culture capital of India. Kolkata city means- communist stronghold; cricket crazy; Kolkata- Lapierre and Collin's City of Joy and Mother Teresa's karmbhoomi is overcrowded, vibrant, volatile, exciting, snobbish, academic and erudite, all that and it still has a charisma that is unbeatable and a personality that is hard to resist.
    The Dover Lane Music Festival held at the end of January is a treat for Indian Classical music lovers and should not be missed! Artistes from all over India perform here and these programmes carry on to the wee hours of the morning.
  • Haji Ali in Mumbai, India

    Mumbai, India

    A swampy, mosquito infested, marshy island off the west coast of India with little or no potential, or so thought the Portuguese when they gave it to Charles II of England as part of the dowry of Catherine of Braganza.
    The city of dreams or the city that never sleeps and many more such tags are attached with this city but the most apt is probably Mumbai- The city of stars (Bollywood). It is the largest film producing state in the world with more than 1000 films produced in a year.
    150  kms from Pune 3.00 hrs
  • India Gate, New Delhi

    New Delhi, India

    A striking contrast to its historically and culturally rich sister Old Delhi, New Delhi is a subtle yet perfect blend of traditional and modern culture.
    Get bowled over by the history of toilets at the Sulabh International Museum of Toilets. The museum, dedicated to toilets is a must visit in the city for its weirdness if nothing else.
    252  kms from Chandigarh 6.00 hrs
    277  kms from Jaipur 6.00 hrs
  • Chawri Bazaar, Old Delhi

    Old Delhi, India

    Old Delhi is an architectural delight, travel Mecca, and food lover’s paradise with its magnificent edifices that now stand as tourist attractions and scrumptious street food.
    Delhi has been the centre of power for most Muslim dynasties that ruled from the 12th century onwards.
    274  kms from Chandigarh 5.50 hrs
    277  kms from Jaipur 6.00 hrs
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    Pune, India

    Queen of the Deccan, Pune city is amongst the largest metro cities of India and stands at the confluence of the Mula and Mutha rivers.
    Interestingly Pune has the largest number of two-wheelers in the world.
    150  kms from Mumbai 3.00 hrs

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