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1. Maharashtra Tourism
(West India Travel/West India Travel Destination)
... or North-East to the amazing cave temples of Ajanta and Ellora. Most of the state stands on the high Deccan pleateau and histrocially this was the main centre for the Maratha empire which defied ...
2. Gujarat Tourism
(West India Travel/West India Travel Destination)
... and businessmen from the world over. Amongst a tantalizing wealth of appealing possibilities which facet, which area does one begin exploring first ?. Ahmedabad, its busiest city, perhaps, which ...
3. Sikkim Travel
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
...  sea level is a picturesque town which cascades down the mountain side from a ridge 1520 mts. high. Gangtok means the Lofty Hill, which has grown into a busy, bustling city with pagoda style houses, ...
4. Bihar Tourism
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
... cave temples and the world's largest fair are some of the highlights which Bihar offers the tourist. However, early this century for ore and minerals, have been tamed for industry. The availability ...
5. Orissa Tourism
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
... Asia. Ashok, a Mauryan king, invaded Kalinga around 261 BC and ultimately conquered it. But the terrible bloodshed changed Ashoka which took him to Buddhism and for the rest of the life preached ...
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. Tamil Nadu Tourism
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
... End of India. There are more than 30,000 temples in this sate; which has given Tamil Nadu the title, "Land of Temples". The Tamils have always been a God fearing lot and are ardent worshippers ...
8. Karnataka Tourism
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
... renounced worldly ways and embraced Jainism. Many centuries later, the mighty 17 meter high statue of Gomateshvaras, which celebrated its 1000th anniversary in 1981, was erected at Sravanbelgola. ...
9. 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 ...
10. Punjab Tourism
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
... father steps on the diesel. Punjab & Haryana are the agricultural states of India which do not have significant importance as far as the tourists are concerned. The people of these states  ...
11. 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 ...
12. Himachal Tourism
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
... mountain which flanks the valley. Himachal's valleys - Simla; Chamba; Kangra, Kullu, Kinnaur, Spiti & Lahaul are the trasure hunt, each famous for its tradition, landscape, culture, temples, ...
13. Delhi
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
... which varies from 13th century mausolea of the Lodi kings set in sprawling park to ultra modern chrome and glass skyscrapers; and from imperial India's Parliament House and the President's Palace ...
14. 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 ...
15. Indian Climate
(Uncategorised Content)
India has tropical weather. One cannot speak of the climate of India, or else one must speak of several different India's. The subcontinent has eight climatic zones all of which only have the monsoon ...
16. Indian History
(Uncategorised Content)
India is one of the few countries in the world, today, in which the social and religious structures, which define the nation's identity, are intact for over 4000 years. There is possibly no other ...
17. Indian Geography
(Uncategorised Content)
... is flanked by the narrow coastal strips which are a part and parcel of the peninsular land mass. Great Mountains The mountains extending between the Pamir Plateau and the Indus river in Kashmir ...
18. Indian Beaches & Islands
(Uncategorised Content)
... criminals were sent, never to be seen again. There are number of interesting islands which are allowed to be visited by the foreign tourists. To name a few, Corbyn's Cove, Snob, Jolly Boy, Red  ...
19. Garhwal Himalaya Tours
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...  valleys lost to the everyday world. Mysteries, myths and allegories surround the Garhwal Himalayas which is not surprising, for the land is blessed with the presence of Lord Shiva and his celestial ...
20. Sikkim Travel
(Uncategorised Content)
...  sea level is a picturesque town which cascades down the mountain side from a ridge 1520 mts. high. Gangtok means the Lofty Hill, which has grown into a busy, bustling city with pagoda style houses, ...
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