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  • Stone Work in Taj Mahal, Agra

    Agra, India

    In Agra, layers of history are peeled away to reveal an amazing tapestry of life - of wars waged, of great architectural magnificence and above all a testimony of the undying love of a king for his queen.
    The glorious Taj Mahal of Agra has numerous interesting facts to its credit. One such is that it changes its colour several times during the day. In the morning it appears pink, turns white during the day and in the moon light it appears golden.
     
    455  kms from Chandigarh 10.00 hrs
    235  kms from Jaipur 5.00 hrs
    210  kms from Delhi 2.00 hrs
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  • Kites on Sale in Ahmedabad

    Ahmedabad, India

    Ahmedabad or as the locals say ‘Amdavad’ is the principal business city of Gujarat. Modern Ahmedabad is the second largest city in western India after Mumbai and though crowded like most other cities, Ahmedabad provides an interesting introduction to Gujarat.
    If you are visiting a monument, please be advised that in all probabilty you will be required to buy an entry ticket. Do so, because if you are caught without one, the consequence can be serious!
     
    530  kms from Mumbai 11.00 hrs
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  • Sunrise at Aizawl

    Aizawl, India

    Aizawl, the capital of Mizoram, lies perched precariously on a sharp ridge. It is an ideal hill station for those who are looking for a quiet vacation and a pollutant free environment and a temperate climate that is year round.
    Be sure to watch the brilliant sunrise - only thing is you will have to wake up early to see this.
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  • Ajanta Cave in Maharashtra

    Ajanta, India

    Hailed as one of India's greatest artistic treasures, and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Ajanta is the location of some of the finest examples of ancient Indian sculptures and murals, housed in 28 caves that served as a major Buddhist monastery from the second to seventh century BC.
    It is believed that a British Army Officer John Smith discovered the Ajanta Caves when he was out hunting.
     
    339  kms from Pune 7.00 hrs
    453  kms from Mumbai 10.00 hrs
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  • Rajasthan

    Ajmer, India

    The city of Ajmer lies in the heart of Rajasthan, some 130 km west of Jaipur.
    Dress modestly and maintain the decorum when you visit the Dargah. It is preferred that women cover their heads with a scarf, dupatta or any other cloth.
     
    391  kms from Delhi 8.00 hrs
    525  kms from Ahmedabad 11.00 hrs
    134  kms from Jaipur 2.00 hrs
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  • Spice Market in Alappuizha, Kerala

    Alappuzha, India

    Alappuzha also known as Allepey is the one town in Kerala that is synonymous with the backwaters for which this spectacular state is famous.
    Kettuvallums or riceboats that now serve as luxury houseboats, were originally made to transport goods up and down the backwaters. These boats even today are made of eco-friendly material like bamboo, coconut fibre ropes and coir.
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  • Alibag Beach in India

    Alibag, India

    Alibag a picturesque coastal town, on the Konkan coast in Maharashtra is a popular getaway – its nearness to Mumbai and lush tropical beauty making it very attractive for those seeking a break from frenetic city life.
    Alibag is the perfect place to unwind amidst lush trees and palm-fringed beaches – it is the ultimate favourite destination for the sun-and-sea-freaks!
     
    138  kms from Mumbai 3.00 hrs
    96  kms from Pune 2.00 hrs
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  • Allahabad University

    Allahabad, India

    In the heart of northern India, watered by the two sacred rivers of Ganga and Yamuna lies, the pilgrimage city of Allahabad.
    Sangam at Prayag(Allahabad) is at the confluence of river Yamuna and Ganga and is a sacred holy site for Hindus. Legend has it that is called Triveni Sangam because three rivers meet up here - the holy Ganga,Yamuna and mythical Saraswati which is believed to be flowing beneath the surface.
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  • Spice Market, Alleppey, Kerala

    Alleppey, India

    Alleppey also known as Alappuzha is the one town in Kerala that is synonymous with the backwaters for which this spectacular state is famous.
    Kettuvallums or riceboats that now serve as luxury houseboats, were originally made to transport goods up and down the backwaters. These boats even today are made of eco-friendly material like bamboo, coconut fibre ropes and coir.
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  • Almora

    Almora, India

    Almora, a picturesque hill station in the Kumaun region, east of Uttarakhand in India summons tourists to its appealing splendour of natural beauty.
    Ask any mithai-loving Kumaoni about the best sweet in the Uttaranchal hills, and chances are you'll hear a litany in praise of Almora's baal mithai, that deliciously chewy, chocolate-brown sweet coated with teensy-weensy globules of sugar. A must try for all those who have an incorrigible sweet tooth.
     
    338  kms from Delhi 8.00 hrs
    490  kms from Chandigarh 10.00 hrs
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