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1. Goa Family
(West India Travel/West India Travel Destination)
... . over 100 kms long coastline is studded with some of the world's loveliest beaches - Calangute, Colva, Baga, Vagator and Miaramar. Golden Beaches, Blue Skies and Pale Green Hills, Silvery Sand ...
2. Maharashtra Tourism
(West India Travel/West India Travel Destination)
... arrival points for overseas visitors. From bombay you can head off into India in number of directions but most travellers will either be heading south through Pune, with its famous ashram, to Goa ...
3. Gujarat Tourism
(West India Travel/West India Travel Destination)
... shape was thus named Ahmedabad after its founder The majority of even the earliest monuments that date back to 1411 A.D. --- the year Ahmedabad was so christened are replete with ancient flavours ...
4. Sikkim Travel
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
SIKKIM : Spread below the Mt. Kanchanjunga (8534 m), the third highest mountain in the world and revered by the Sikkimese as their protective Deity, Sikkim shares her borders with Tibet in the ...
5. Bihar Tourism
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
... sites associated with Lord Buddha. Bodhgaya, where Buddha attained enlightenment under a Bodhi Tree, Rajgir where he spent many years meditating, Nalanda - one of the most ancient Universities where ...
6. Calcutta Tourism
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
... houses an enormous establishment with a seemingly permanent population living on the platforms. Victoria Memorial, this huge marble museum is a combination of classical European architecture and ...
7. Orissa Tourism
(East India Tourism/East India Tourism Destination)
... Ceylon but went as far as Java, Sumatra, Bali and carried Indian civilization with them. And before the emergence of the Christian era, there was maritime relationship between Orissa and South East ...
8. Andhra Pradesh Tourism
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
Andhra Pradesh The heart of the south is Andhra. Here, the Muslim, Buddhist and Hindu faiths formed a brilliant mosaic of cultures. And, with its eyes on the Pacific Rim countries there is a growing ...
9. Kerala Family Holidays
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
Kerala packed with 26 million people in 38,900 sq km in a narrow strip of land between the Western Ghats and the beaches of the Arabian Sea, clings like a banana leaf to the southwestern coast of ...
10. Tamil Nadu Tourism
(South India Travel/South India Travel Destination)
... in Vedanthangal and Mudumalai; the sound of ankle bells of the Bharat Natyam, the classical dance with 108 postures and the Mahabalipuram beach near Madras. Touristic places in Tamil Nadu Madras ...
11. Uttar Pradesh Tourism
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
... sq km with a population of 155 million, geographically it consists of the vast Ganges plain and mighty Himalayas. High above the world where the mountains seem to touch the sky are the secret sources ...
12. Rajasthan Holiday Tour
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
RAJASTHAN, land of a people who are brave and chivalrous, is a land of superlatives-every thing herein is breathtakingly beautiful, impressive and fascinating. It is packed with history, art and ...
13. Punjab Tourism
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
Punjab literally meaning "The Land of the Five Rivers", was the granary of undivided India with its burgeoning fields watered by a network of canals. Much of Punjab came under Pakistan after the ...
14. Jammu Kashmir Travel
(North India Tourism/North India Tourism Destination)
... with temperatures sinking to minus 40 degrees Celsius in winter. The other, Kashmir, is the legendary valley touched with such benediction that poets have showered hyperbolic adjectives on it. It ...
15. 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, ...
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(Genaral/genaral article)
... Bay of Bengal, and the Indian Ocean), with a long history and diverse culture, India offers a wide array of places to see and things to do. In 2004, foreign tourists visiting India spent 15.4 billion USD ...
17. Indian Climate
(Uncategorised Content)
... winds often pass Rajasthan by leaving the prickly thorny bushes, acacia trees and other native vegetation to pick up what little dew the night bring with it. Pumps and tube wells lift water for ...
18. Indian History
(Uncategorised Content)
... country where religion is so inextricably intertwined with every aspect of life. India was the birth place of the two of the world's great religion (Hinduism & Buddhism) and one of its smallest ...
19. Indian Geography
(Uncategorised Content)
India is a land of lofty mountains and mighty rivers. Extensive are its plains and no less wide are its plateaus. A vast land with such varied relief is inhabited by about 950 million people. ...
20. Indian Beaches & Islands
(Uncategorised Content)
...  Goa's over 100 kms long coastline is studded with some of the world's loveliest beaches - Calangute, Colva, Baga, Vagator and Miaramar. Golden Beaches, Blue Skies and Pale Green Hills, Silvery ...
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