Things Every Indian Must Experience In These 7 Places At Least Once In Their Life

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Things Every Indian Must Experience In These 7 Places At Least Once In Their Life

The minute I begin to believe I'm spot on the right path of exploring India is the moment I believe, there can't be any right path to manoeuvre all of it in my one small lifetime. In fact, to make India progress towards the pinnacle of its dream is a never-ending struggle. What's more, is this fact that makes the nation so profoundly charming for me. 

India goes to be unforeseen. This can be testing at times, Indian administration faces lots of criticism on a wide array of serious issues like poverty, corruption etc.

Indeed, even veteran voyagers discover that their voyage to this mystery land is not that easy a task. With a capacity to move, baffle, excite and frustrate at the same time, embracing India was all I could do after moving around this country. Cherish it or severely dislike it – and most explorers see-saw between the two – to grasp India's eccentrics is to grasp its spirit. 

On a voyage to India, I came across seven states that turned out to be my absolute and colossal top choices, who had the power and panache to change the way I took a gander at life and its details.

Here are a few excerpts from my memory and experiences!

1. Hyderabad

1. Hyderabad

Hyderabad is the capital of southern India's Telangana state. A noteworthy place for the innovation business, it's home to numerous upscale eateries and shops. Its notable locales incorporate Golconda Fort, a previous precious stone exchanging focus that was at one time the Qutb Shahi dynastic capital. The Charminar, a sixteenth-century mosque whose 4 curves bolster transcending minarets, is an old city point of interest close to the long-standing Laad Bazaar. 


Things to do and places to visit:


- Ramoji Film City 

A huge film studio and stimulation complex. This is the world's largest integrated film studio complex which offers live shows, nearby amusement stop, and experience zone. 

- Nehru Zoological Park 

Extensive 380-section of land zoo including tigers, rhinos, elephants, and monkeys, in addition to everyday safari rides.

- Snow World

This family-accommodating indoor stop loaded with fake snow has slides, diversions, and play territories.

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2. Bengaluru 

2. Bengaluru 

Bengaluru is the capital of India's southern Karnataka state. The focal point of India's cutting edge industry, the city is likewise known for its parks and nightlife. By Cubbon Park, Vidhana Soudha is a Neo-Dravidian administrative building. Previous regal habitations incorporate nineteenth century Bangalore Palace, demonstrated after England's Windsor Castle, and Tipu Sultan's Summer Palace, an eighteenth-century teak structure.


Things to do and places to visit:


- Wonderla 

An amusement park with crazy rides, a ferris wheel and water rides, in addition to virtual reality encounters. Definitely worth trying!

- Dodda Alada Mara

Planted in the seventeenth century, this 400-year-old banyan tree covers 3 sections of land and is a prevalent photograph spot. If you love getting clicked and want a photo shoot, this is your spot!

3. Chandigarh

3. Chandigarh

Chandigarh, the capital of the northern Indian conditions of Punjab and Haryana, was outlined by the Swiss-French innovator draftsman, Le Corbusier. His structures incorporate the Capitol Complex with its High Court, Secretariat and Legislative Assembly, and also the stunning Open Hand Monument. The close-by Rock Garden is a recreation center highlighting models made of stones, reused earthenware production, and mechanical relics. Chandigarh's War Memorial, set in the midst of the Bougainvillea Garden, records the names of perished warriors since 1947.


Things to do and places to visit:


- Thunder Zone Water & Amusement park

An amusement park with rides, boats & more family-friendly amusement park featuring rides, play areas, a water park with boating & more.

- Tower of Shadows 

A historical structure designed by the famous architect Le Corbusier to study the sun's movement. It's pretty darn interesting!

- Terraced Garden

Tranquil terraced garden with a musical fountain, walking paths & seasonal flower festivals. 

4. Jaipur 

4. Jaipur 

Jaipur is the capital of India's Rajasthan state. It inspires the regal family that once decided the locale and that, in 1727, established what is presently called the Old City, or "Pink City" for its trademark building shading. At the focal point of its stately road matrix (eminent in India) stands the rich, collonaded City Palace complex. With greenhouses, patios and historical centers, some portion of it is as yet an illustrious living arrangement.


Things to do and places to visit:


- Albert Hall Museum

Art & artifacts in an ornate a museum built in 1887 showcasing Indian art, arms, jewels, furniture, artifacts & more.

- Jaipur Wax Museum 

Just like Madame Tussades, we have our own Indian version of it in the form of this museum, worth checking out. 

- Nahargarh Fort

 This is an elaborate fort built in 1734 in the hills above Jaipur, offering sweeping views of the city.

5. Mumbai

5. Mumbai

Mumbai is a thickly populated city on India's west drift. A budgetary focus, it's India's biggest city. On the Mumbai Harbor waterfront stands the notorious Gateway of India stone curve, worked by the British Raj in 1924. Seaward, close-by Elephanta Island holds old buckle sanctuaries devoted to the Hindu god Shiva. The city's likewise renowned as the core of the Bollywood film industry.

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Things to do and places to visit:


- Maratha Mandir

A vintage movie theater with a retro interior & a single screen showing Bollywood films that has been famous for years now! A classic, you may say. 

- INS Vikrant 

INS Vikrant was a Majestic-class aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy. The ship was laid down as HMS Hercules for the British Royal Navy during World War II, but construction was put on hold when the war ended. A must see sight for every Indian!

- Castella de Aguada

 Castella de Aguada is historic Portuguese fort that offers rocky pathways & surreal sea views. A perfect date spot!

6. Dharamshala 

6. Dharamshala 

Dharamshala is a city in the Indian territory of Himachal Pradesh. Encompassed by cedar woodlands on the edge of the Himalayas, this slope city is home to the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan government in a state of banishment. The Thekchen Chöling Temple Complex is a profound place for Tibetan Buddhism, while the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives houses a large number of valuable original copies.


Things to do and places to visit:


-Triund 

The Triund Hill Station is a part of Dharamkot which is at the foot of the Dhauladhar ranges and is at a height of 2,828 m. You can visit this spot for hiking, camping, and backpacking. 

- Paragliding

Tandem Paragliding at Bir Billing with stay, and McLeod Ganj Weekend Getaway-Trekking and Paragliding are two of the most sought-after excursions in the area. 

7. Gurgaon 

7. Gurgaon 

Gurgaon is a city quite recently southwest of New Delhi in northern India. It's known as a monetary and innovation center. The Kingdom of Dreams is a vast complex for showy shows. Sheetala Mata Mandir is an orange-and-white-striped Hindu sanctuary. Vintage Camera Museum exhibits cameras and prints spreading over a century. West of the city, Sultanpur National Park is home to many winged creature species. 


Things to do and places to visit:


- Kingdom of dreams

Visitors find themselves in the middle of live Bollywood-style performances at this theatre venue and it's super entertaining.

- Leisure Valley Park

Urban park space offering a rose garden, picnic spots, a cafe & a fountain with musical water shows.

- Appu Ghar Water Park

Family-friendly water park featuring slides, a wave pool & kiddie areas, plus other activities.


And guess what! While I was travelling, a phone travelled with me! None other than Panasonic Eluga A3 Pro

Until now this super phone has travelled 29 states...

Until now this super phone has travelled 29 states...

..and the journey has been surreal! Has it been to your city? 

Here are the cities where it traveled!

Here are the cities where it traveled!

We hope that this super phone came to your city giving you a chance to be a part of the Panasonic 29 Days 29 States!

Here's the schedule:



StateCityDate
HaryanaGurgaon08-20-17
Jammu and KashmirSrinagar08-21-17
UttarakhandDehradun08-22-17
Himachal PradeshDharamshala08-23-17
RajasthanJaipur08-24-17

Agra08-25-17
MaharashtraMumbai08-26-17
GujaratAhemadabad08-27-17
GoaPanaji08-28-17
KarnatakaBengaluru08-29-17
KeralaKochi08-30-17
Tamil NaduChennai08-31-17
TelanganaHyderabad09-01-17
Andhra PradeshVizag09-02-17
OdishaBhubaneswar09-03-17
Madhya PradeshIndore09-04-17
ChhattisgarhRaipur09-05-17
NagalandDimapur09-06-17
West BengalKolkata09-07-17
MizoramAizawl09-08-17
Arunachal PradeshItanagar09-09-17
SikkimGangtok09-10-17
ManipurImphal09-11-17
AssamGuwahati09-12-17
PunjabChandigarh09-13-17
BiharPatna09-14-17
JharkhandRanchi09-15-17
TripuraAgartala09-16-17
MeghalayaShillong09-17-17


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