Who does not love their holidays? We all do! The world today is a plethora of strange and astonishing sights and sounds for us to enjoy.
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A spectacular view of Taj Mahal in Agra on July 16, 2014.
Amongst that, there are many countries that actually are deemed to be beautiful for their natural beauty.
One such place that is truly heavenly is India and you may wanna take a walk down the aisle of mesmerising pics that we have lined up for you.
Kashmir- The Land of Iconic Mountains
Be it a honeymoon or just a casual trip- find your time go by in the serene lakes of the Kashmir Valley.
Srinagar: Nostalgic Beauty
Take a look at the Nishant Bagh or in other words- the park in Srinagar. It is quiet, clean and so very environment friendly. If you do visit, do not litter the place.
Delhi: History Calls Out!
Here you can see the Humayun tomb and that will throw some light into the Indian history. The architecture will leave you awed.
Agra: The Story of Love
Did you know that the Taj Mahal is an artwork that portrays love and beauty? Well, seems like after so many years- we still cannot get bored of the sculptures and beauty of the tomb.
Varanasi- Your Way to Spirituality
Get a dip in the holy River Ganga and cleanse your mind from the sins. If taking a dip is not in your line of interest, then perhaps you ought to take a look at the mob of religious Hindus who flock at the river during festive seasons.
Jaisalmer: The Golden City
Trot your way to the heart of Rajasthan’s desert (Thar Desert) and you will stand face to face with a city that was built centuries ago. It was developed with yellow sandstone and that is what lends the name to the magnificent city.
Rann of Kutch: Why is it so white?
Rann of Kutch
Wanna get your feet into shimmery white sand? Then the Rann of Kutch is what you should visit. This desert is a vast and massive area covered with stark white coloured salt and that makes this desert special.
Aurangabad: The World of Shrines and Caves
If you are a lover of historical civilizations, then find your way into the Ajanta & Ellora caves and even the famous Aurangzeb tomb and a number of temples in the area.
Sikkim: The Valley of Rice
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For those who like to take a glimpse of city life- then check out the famous Gangtok city. Apart from that you can get a visual feast on the glaciers, and the alpine meadows.
Meghalaya: The Abode of Clouds
Previously a part of Assam, has some of the beautiful places to visit like these refreshing Elephant Falls. Take a dip and feel energized with the natural goodness of life.
Hampi: Land of Pampa-kshetra and Kishkindha-Kshetra
This is one of the most ancient villages in South India and you can get to see a lot of beautiful temples and historic sites like rock paintings and even the Pampa Sarovar.
Mysore: The City of Palaces
Don’t miss your trip to Mysore Palace when you visit Mysore. Apart from that, you can visit museums like R.K,Narayan House, railway museum and so much more.
Andaman and Nicobar: Fall In Love with the Islands
Andaman and Nicobar
Just as the picture shows, you must visit the limestone caves of Baratang island. They have risen from the deep under waters after an earthquake.
Jaipur: The Pink City
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Amber Fort is a must watch fort as it is one that has been built with high formidable structures. This beauty was even popularized during the making of the film ‘ Bajarao Mastani’.
Kaziranga National Park
Kaziranga National Park, Assam
Assam is one state that is enriched with evergreen beauty and if you are animal lover, then pay a visit to the Kaziranga National Park. It has been tremendous effort to protect the one horned rhinos and has been declared as the World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985.
Manali: The High Altitude Himalayan Resort
Manali in literal sense means the Abode of the Sanatan Hindu Lawgiver Manu. For those who love their bikes and cycles, come join the teams who go for beautiful cycling trips on these icy pollution free roads.
Goa: The Land of Multi- Cultural Aesthetic Beauty
From the 17th elegant churches, historic sites, beaches, nature parks, and lots of casinos to splurge on-- you won’t get bored!
Mughal Gardens in Rashtrapati Bhavan
The crown of India and that is none other than the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Take a walk with your loved ones in the midst of the flowers in the Mughal Gardens. You’ll love the aroma of these natural beauties.
Panna National Park
Take a hardcore wildlife trip in and around the Panna National Park in Madhya Pradesh. You can find all sorts of wildlife that can thrive in the Tropical and subtropical Dry Forests.
Kerala- God's Own Country
For such vibrant land of varied cultures, you can be assured to never be smacked by boredom. Go for boat rides, watch traditional martial art shows, explore the sandalwood forests in Munnar, enjoy being the king for a day while going for elephant rides and finally don’t forget to enjoy the Kerala seafood specials while you go on those luxurious houseboats.
Leh- Ladakh- Bikers Paradise
Lover of nature? Then this place is one epitome of true, untouched scenic beauty. The lazy roads are all yours to make it a biker’s haven. Go for energy driven trekking, enjoy local foods, wind down for the day in some camp!
Badrinath Temple, Uttarakhand
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A glorious temple that holds some of the alluring scenes and sights in India. Make sure to visit right on top and visit the Badrinath temple (Vishnu dedicated temple) and take a glimpse of Neelkanth (a snowy mountain at the backdrop of the temple.
Pulga, Himachal Pradesh: The Fairy Forest
If you are on the hunt for peace, and to wind away from the frenzy city life- then Pulga should be choice. It won’t burn your pockets, and you can visit the forests and villages that have not been affected much by modern technology and modernization yet. A great place to reconnect with your inner self.
Another one from Himachal Pradesh, Just as much as it is exciting to unwind through these unruly lanes of rubble, they are equally deadly. But for the adventurous, this adventure (if taken carefully) will add one more exhilarating feather to your life.
Lucknow- The City Of Nawabs
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With trekking and adventure kept aside, this will be a literary fiesta for art lovers. Spend time the Nawabi style watching beautiful architecture, good food, and heart-warming hospitality of Lucknow. Go for Heritage walks and monument trips to understand the history of the place.