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IN Travel & Adventure ON 18 Dec, 2014
These are some of the places worth paying a visit in India.
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A typical winter morning in Agra gracing this wonderful piece of architecture
The old Leh palace located just below the snow capped mountains is a sight to behold.
The biggest Hindu temple in India is a sight to behold, not only architecturally but the aura around this magnificent building is captivating.
The mouth watering snacks and the Dilli ki Chaat is something which all Delhiites are very fond of. Parathe waali gali and Kareem's in Chandni Chowk are one of the best places in India to have street food.
This monument defines India. Located at the heart of New Delhi, this not only awakens patriotism in an Indian, but also gives a feeling of warmth being protected by the world's 3rd largest army.
The cellular jail in Andaman is a historic jail which is reminiscent of "Kaala Paani", a rigorous prison built by the British to imprison Indian convicts which is counted in one of the world's worst prisons.
One of India's most pristine beaches located on the scenic Havelock Island in Andamans, it is a must visit for a tourist in the Andaman Islands.
The party capital of India, Goa is the Las Vegas of Asia. With a rich Portuguese history, Goa is a fusion of ancient churches and the beautiful beaches.
The City of Lakes, Udaipur is a city which was once the capital of the mighty Mewar rulers of Rajasthan. From palaces, to the mind boggling Crystal Gallery, Lake Pichola and Fateh Sagar this place has it all.
The City of Dreams, Aamchi Mumbai is a financial hub of India. From Bollywood, Bandra - Worli Sea Link, to the vada pav, pav bhaji, Irani chai, this city does actually never sleep.
The IT Capital, the Garden City, Pensioner's Paradise, this city has many names but has one spirit. The masala dosa and steaming hot idlis to the imposing high rises of Electronic City and Whitefield, this truly is a cosmopolis.
Dehradun is not only a hill station, but also a big student hub. It has the best schools in Asia. A must visit with charming old English era buildings and architecture.
A city which is the ultimate destination for a foodie in India. The lassi, paneer tikka, butter chicken are worth dying for. Also having the iconic Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar is a beautiful city.
Located in the foothills of the Himalayas, also known as McLeod ganj. The migrant Tibetan community has its centre here, being home the holy Dalai Lama and also to many picturesque Buddhist monasteries.
The old Indian capital of British India has an English charm to it. Rabindranath Tagore, Subhash Chandra Bose, Kishore Kumar, Sourav Ganguly are a few noted personalities from the Bengali community.
Rich in Buddhist history and being scenic, Sikkim is one of the cleanest states in India. Sikkim also has the world's 3rd largest peak, the Kanchenjunga.
It is here that Gautama Buddha obtained Enlightenment under what became known as the Bodhi Tree.
Home to the Wodeyar dynasty, this city comes alive during the Dasara festival which is celebrated with pomp and joy.
Known as the paradise of South India, Kovalam in Trivandrum is famous for its backwaters which attract tourists from all over the world.