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  • Khajuraho

    Khajuraho is a small town located in the Bundelkhand region (Chhatarpur District) of Madhya Pradesh and is famous for groups of Hindu and Jain temples. These temples are a UNESCO World Heritage Site for their beautiful and erotic rock carvings.
    Khajuraho has the Vindhya range of mountains as its beautiful backdrop. This makes Khajuraho a more fascinating destination to visit.
    In the temple architecture of India, the Khajuraho complex remains unique. The creators of Khajuraho claimed descent from the moon.

  • Bandhavgarh

     Making a magnificent trip to Bandhavgarh will definitely take you to the lush greenery of the forested regions that are incredibly the natural abode of the variant of wild species. Bandhavgarh National Park is spread at vindhya hills in Madhya Pradesh. Bandhavgarh National Park is known for the Royal Bengal Tigers. The density of the Tiger population at Bandhavgarh is the highest known in India.

  • Mysore

    Mysore is the second largest city in the state of Karnataka. The city is situated at the base of Chamundi Hills and is famous for the Dussehra celebrations during which a large number of tourists visit the city. Mysore city is the cultural capital of Karnataka. Dussehra is the most important festival of the city and this festival is celebrated for a period of 10 days. Mysore is also known as City of Palaces. There are a large number of palaces around the city to be visited. The most famous attraction of Mysore is the Mysore Palace, which is best visited during the evening, when the whole palace is lit up with sparkling lights. The historic seat of the Wodeyar maharajas is easy to get around, has a good climate and works hard to promotes its regal heritage. Famous for its traditional painting and its silk, sandalwood and incense production, Mysore is now promoting itself as an international centre for Ashtanga yoga.

  • Cochin

     A typical Kerala town, Cochin is particularly pretty and serene. Not only blessed by nature, the town is blessed with the best of infrastructure too. It was this natural attractiveness of the town that attracted foreigners to the land from far and wide. It is this influence of foreign lands that can still be seen in the culture and architecture of the region. A natural harbor, the town is pretty with lagoons, canals and fishing villages. The beauty of the backwaters is especially enchanting and are rewarding anytime. Believed to be the oldest European settlement in India, Cochin still retains the old world charm and attracts tourists with its colonial feel. European influence can best be witnessed at Mattancherry Dutch Palace, Jewish Synagogue, Jew Town, Fort Kochi Area and St. Francis Church. One needs some quiet days in hand to fully enjoy the beauty of Kochi. Food is another thing one can look forward too. Seafood is always a special fare here. For shopping lovers Kochi streets are ever full of surprises.

  • Ooty

    Ooty also known as Udhagamandalam is the "Queen of hill stations" and the capital of Nilgiris district. It is one of the most popular tourist resorts in India. Nilgiris means "Blue Mountains". It is a land of picturesque picnic spots. Used to be popular summer and weekend getaway for the Britishers during the colonial days. It is situated at an altitude of 2,240 meters above sea level. The annual Tea and Tourism Festival attracts crowds in huge numbers. For a pleasant stay there are numerous Ooty hotels, cottages, restaurants, service apartments, resorts and guest house available ranging from budget to Luxurious. The sightseeing includes Government Botanical gardens, Dodabetta Peak, Annamalai Temple, Ooty Rose gardens, wax museum.

  • Periyar

    Periyar, the Wildlife National park lies in the Idukki district. This picturesque locale in the Southern part of India is an exotic place with its color and spice around. The history of Periyar dates back to 1341 when there was a big flood in Kodungallur resulting in the closure of the Kodungaloor port. The huge landslide caused due to the floods resulted in an island, which is the present-day Vyppin Islands. In 1895, a part of the green expanse, the forest area was made into a dam to protect the catchments area of the River Periyar. Thus the Periyar Lake was formed. In 195, the Kudi Arasu the Tamil Weekly was published which projected the Self Respect movement was published. In 1934, the Periyar National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary and Tiger Reserve was established. With an area of 777sq km, this is one of the most magnificent wild life reserves of India. In 1925, the Self Respect Movement was formed and the weekly Kudiyarusu was started. Periyar slowly grew as a city.

  • Delhi

    The political capital of India, Delhi, makes up one of the cornerstones of the golden triangle in the country's north. Finding its genesis in the great Indian epic the Mahabharata, as Indraprastha, Capital of the Pandava princes, today the city has transformed itself into a new incarnation. Delhi is sometimes called as “City of cities”.

  • Deogarh

    Deogarh is situated on the boundaries of Mewar, Marwar and Merwara, about 80 miles north-east of Udaipur, in Rajasthan. With an altitude of about 2100 ft, it is cooler than other parts of Rajasthan. 'The Rawat', chief of Deogarh, was one of sixteen umraos (feudal barons) entitled to wait upon the Maharana of Udaipur, the capital of Mewar. These type of feudal estates, called 'Thikanas' were sanctioned by the ruling Maharana to a nobleman either due to blood relationship or for an act of bravery. Deogarh is also has famous school of miniature painting.

  • Jaipur

    This famous city is the capital of Rajasthan and has earned universal renown as the “Pink City ", and pink it is, with beautiful constructed palaces, havelis and forts. Tall, rugged men with handle-bar whiskers sport bright pink turbans. Jaipur, the largest city of Rajasthan is an epitome of magnificence and vibrancy. This city was established in 1727 by Jai Singh II, and is India's first planned city. Jaipur was the capital of former Kachwaha rulers and it so presents itself as a versatile tourist destination.

  • Jaisalmer

    Jaisalmer is the crown jewel of the Thar Desert of Rajasthan. The Thar makes the scenic state of Rajasthan different in landscape, lifestyle, weather, cuisine and attire from the rest of India. Like various other cities of Rajasthan, you will discover different facets of Jaisalmer as you explore this wonderful city with us. Tough there are historical monuments scattered all over the city but the Jaisalmer Fort will immediately command your attention. The name Jaisalmer evokes utter magic and vibrancy of the desert. It’s straight out of an Arabian Nights fable. Jaisalmer The “Golden City Of India” known primarily for Its Mighty Gold coloured Sand Stone fortress “Sonar Qila” perched on top of the Trikuta hill with its 99 Bastions was built in the 12th Century and was named Jaisalmer after its founder Maharawal Jaisal of the Bhati clan of Rajputs.