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If you are planning to travel to India, then you must not miss those top 10 places in India where you are travelling. Know about top 10 places in India through Theotherhome.com.

If you are planning to travel to India, then you must not miss those top 10 places in India where you are travelling. Know about top 10 places in India through Theotherhome.com.

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    • Don’t miss – Top Ten Places in INDIA The Other Home(Vacation Rental | Homestays | Outdoor Adventure) Travel Blog - Photo Blog - Travel Books
    • The Taj • The most beautiful building in the world. In 1631 the emperor Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in memory of his wife Mumtaz, who died in childbirth. • The white marble mausoleum at Agra has become the monument of a mans love for a woman • Many architects have rated it as the most perfect of all buildings standing on earth.
    • Varanasi • One of the worlds oldest living cities, is rightly called the religious capital of India. • It rests on the left bank of the holy river Ganga (Ganges) , and is one of the seven sacred spots for Hindu. • Varansi is not just a place for pilgrimage, it also a great centre of learning , and a place for its heritage in music , litrature, art and craft. • What not to miss: evening arti at Dasaashwamedh ghat
    • Kerala • Kerala, god’s own country, offers countless ways to allure the tourists to its land • There’s no place better than Kerala to get an ayurvedic oil massage. It melt away all the tension • Luxury houseboats come with hotel comforts, but the real attraction is the traditional village life you see drifting by.
    • Goa • A popular destination for all age groups as well as honeymoon couples is Goa. • Goa, and north Goa in particular, can be fairly described as ‘India Lite’, more tourist-friendly and with less crowds and less noise. • If you want to learn yoga in Goa then what could be better than practising overlooking an idyllic beach as the sun drops into the sea.
    • Rajasthan • Its palaces and forts, sand dunes, wildlife, etc. gives you magnificent opportunity to unearth and experience the best of Indian travel. • Udaipur, Jaisalmer, Pushkar, Alwar, Ajmer, Bikaner, Mount Abu, Kota, Bundi, etc are other major cities to see in the state. These cities are dotted with architecturally beautiful monuments featuring forts, palaces, temples, havelis and museums.
    • Kashmir • Jammu and Kashmir forms the crown of India and the natural beauty is of a different world • Enjoy a horse ride along the steep cliff and gape at the beauty of the famous Dal lake and Cheshmashahi Gardens where many a movie has been shot, drink the traditional Kaava tea and check out the sprawling apple orchards natural beauty is of a different world.
    • Himachal Pradesh • is a The Himalayan Range forms a fortress along the northern edge of our country, housing many a beautiful hill station. • Himachal Pradeshfore-runner in this category. Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) and Mussourie (Uttarakhand) are prime destinations of travellers, but serene towns such as Palampur, Dalhousie, Nahan and Kangra are gradually coming into limelight.
    • Sikkim • If you move eastward along the range, you would come to Sikkim. You can view the spectacular snow clad peaks of the Kanchenjungha Range. • You must visit the Chhangu lake, which is a wonder in itself. • You shall get all modern facilities in Gangtok, the state capital, but you wont mind being away from our technology-driven lives in the lap of Mother Nature, as you delve deeper in the state
    • Shillong • Take a leap of faith across myths and take a plunge into the North East. You have no idea what is hidden here unless you have delved in this region. • Shillong, known as the “Switzerland of India” is a beautiful town in Meghalaya, which appears to float in the clouds. Chherapunji, a place known for the volume of rain it receives, is nearby. • Many a waterfall greet you as you climb up the hills
    • New Delhi • Last but not the least, you should not forget New Delhi, the capital of India. • Because of its strategic location, Delhi is also a point where people stop by on their way to the Himalayan hills or the majestic palaces of Rajasthan. • Delhi is a city which has tourist potential of its own.The Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple are some popular tourist attractions
    • Thank You!!! The Other HomeVacation Rental | Homestays | Heritage | Eco-Resorts | Outdoor Adventure Phone: 011-26225380 / 65028027 Email: info@theotherhome.com Website: www.theotherhome.com Blog: blog.theotherhome.com / photoblog.theotherhome.com