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1. Maharashtra Tourism
(West India Travel/West India Travel Destination)
Maharashtra is one of the largest state in India both in terms of population and areas. Its booming capital, Bombay, makes it not only one of the most important states economically but also a major ...
2. Gujarat Tourism
(West India Travel/West India Travel Destination)
... an ancient, precious heritage. Punctuating the skyline, are the tall factory chimneys of more than 60 textiles mills which rely on sophisticated technology. Many of the most renowned names in the ...
3. Sikkim Travel
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
... the monastery of Chhofuk in Tibet. DARJEELING : Nestled in the Himalayas, approx. 700 kms from Calcutta, at 2134 metres, Darjeeling surrounded by tea plantations is one of the most popular ...
4. Bihar Tourism
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
... known habitation in the entire Ganga basin is in this state. The world's most ancient highway, the nuclei of the first empire and second civilization of the Indian subcontinent, the earliest of the ...
5. Calcutta Tourism
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
CALCUTTA Human body dominates Calcutta. Howrah Station, almost a city in itself, can serve as an excellent introduction to the city proper. Located on the west bank of the Hooghly River, the station ...
6. Andhra Pradesh Tourism
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
... port which could become the most powerful in Asia by the 21st century. Hyderabad, the capital was built by Mohammed Qul of the Qutab Shahi dynasty. When the Qutab Shahis were defeated by the ...
7. Kerala Family Holidays
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
... seafood preparation that makes Kerala one of the most exciting destinations of India. Snake-boat races on the backwaters of Kerala, Elephant March with hundreds of caparisoned elephants lined ...
8. Tamil Nadu Tourism
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
... Ocean respectively. The eastern and western tips of the state are defined by the Point Calimere and Mudumalai wildlife sanctuaries while the southernmost tip of Cape Comorin or Kanyakumari, the Land's ...
9. Karnataka Tourism
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
...  designs at Badami. Hampi is one of the most beautiful, extensive and fascinating of India's ruined kingdoms. The temples at Belur & Halebid are the masterpiece of most artistically exuberant ...
10. Uttar Pradesh Tourism
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
UTTAR PRADESH Nourished by the Ganga and its tributaries and one of the most densely populated states of India, Uttar Pradesh lies on the foothills of Himalaya. Spread over an area of 295,000 ...
11. Rajasthan Holiday Tour
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
... culture that goes back several centuries. Rajasthan has a total area of 343,000 sq. km and the most striking feature of this land is its division by the majestic Aravalli range which runs from north ...
12. Punjab Tourism
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
... partition of India in 1947. Today, its vigorous and prosperous people have spread all over India, often as transporters and traders associated with motor accessories. The most distinctive Punjabis ...
13. Jammu Kashmir Travel
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
The Kashmir, northernmost state of India, which comprises of three district geographical regions, three main languages and three religions. One of these regions, Ladakh, is a high altitutde desert ...
14. Himachal Tourism
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
... Pass. The Kullu valley is one of the most beautiful, with lush green forests and Beas River running through it. From Manali, the trip along the spectacular mountain road to Leh via Rohtang, Keylong, ...
15. Delhi
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
India's capital city, Delhi is the second most widely used entry point in the country, being on the route of most major airlines. It is well linked by rail, air and road to all parts of the country. The ...
16. Home Page
(Uncategorised Content)
... Kashmir The Kashmir, northernmost state of India, which comprises of three Details Wild life Destinations : Agra - Khajuraho - Bandhavgarh - Kanha - Jabalpur Details River Rafting ...
17. Indian History
(Uncategorised Content)
...  themselves at Pondicherry and stage was set for a rivalry between the British and French for control of Indian trade. The British were able to capture most of India by the early 19th century ...
18. Indian Geography
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...  belongs to this mountain range. The other important ranges of the Kashmir Himalaya are the Ladakh, the Zanskar and the Pirpanjal. The northernmost range of the Himalaya proper is known as ...
19. Indian Beaches & Islands
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... lined by air to Calcutta and Madras. For many Indians right until the early part of this century, the Andamans were dreaded penal settlement known as Kala Pani or Black Water where the most hardened ...
20. Garhwal Himalaya Tours
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... Deoprayag where the Alaknanda and the Bhagirathi meet, Kedarnath at a height of over 3,500 metres, Badrinath at 3122 metres is among the most holy cities. Valley of Flowers is the picturesque ...
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