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Junagadh

the name of the city of Junagadh means "old fortress ". Also known as Sorat. Until 1947, Junagadh was the capital of the principality of the same name. Impressive in size, Uperkot fortress, located on a plateau in the center of the modern city, was originally built in 319 by Chandragupta Maurya . The fortress was used until the VI., And then was abandoned for about 300 years, after which, in the I century. again became a valid stronghold.

Junagadh
Namdapha

Namdapha

Namdapha, a National Park and Tiger Reserve, a true wilderness and enchanting beauty of lush green vegetation, impenetrable pristine and virgin forests covered an area of 1985.23 square kilometres having diverse flora and fauna lies in the international border between India and Myanmar (Burma) within Changlang District in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in the northeast India.

Guwahati

Guwahati - in ancient times Praghyotisha, letters. "Light of the East." This semi-mystical city, located in the northeastern part of India in a picturesque valley surrounded by thick forests from the south, according to legend, founded the Asura (demon) of Naraka (King Pragyotishi, son of Earth (Bhumi), who abducted from Aditi earrings, which were then returned to her by capturing Pragyotis and taking Narak Krishna.

Guwahati
Indus Valley

Indus Valley

The Indus Valley is strewn with small villages and medieval monasteries that make it very interesting trip. A short trip to the gorgeous north India, this tour takes you to the famous tourist attractive destinations which have been attracted tourists across the globe for its everlasting imposing landscapes and stunning snow clad huge mountains.

Bandipur

Bandipur National Park is one of the most famous nature reserves in India. Bandipur is an essential component of the Tiger Protection Project. The national park is located in the south of India , in the Karnataka district. Next to Bandipur Park are the northwestern Nagarhole National Park and Moudumulai. Bandipur is part of the Nilgiri biosphere reserve.

Bandipur
Chandannagar

Chandannagar

Chandannagar, formerly spelled as Chandernagore, is a city and a municipal corporation with former French colony located about 35 kilometers (22 mi) north of Kolkata, in West Bengal, India. It is headquarter of Chandannagore subdivision of Hooghly district.

Gangtok

Gangtok is a city in India, in the Himalayas, the administrative center of the state of Sikkim. Population - 37 thousand inhabitants (1981). Trade and transport hub. Handicraft industry. Institute of Tibetology. Tourism is developing. Gangtok became the capital of Sikkim only in the middle of the XIX century (the previous capitals were located in Yaksume and Rabdantse), and in recent years has undergone significant modernization.

Gangtok
Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar

Bhavnagar is a city in the Bhavnagar district of the Saurashtra region of the Gujarat state of India. It was founded in 1724 by Bhavsinhji Gohil (1703–1764). It was the capital of Bhavnagar State, which was a Princely state before it was merged into the Indian Union in 1948. It is now administrative headquarter of the Bhavnagar district.

Khimsar

Khimsar is a small village which is located about 92 km on the highway from Jodhpur to Bikaner in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. Khimsar is part of the Nagaur District which is situated between Jodhpur and Bikaner. To explore the district of Nagaur the desert village of Khimsar provides an excellent starting point and also offers an attractive insight into the rural life of the desert people. The old city of Khimsar harbors several mosques, one of which was commissioned by Emperor Akbar. Every year Nagaur Cattle Fair attracts thousands of tourists which is a major tourist attraction. Khimsar has a moderate climate.

Khimsar
Sikandra

Sikandra

Sikandra, located only 13 km. from the Agra Fort is the last resting place of the Mughal emperor Akbar. Akbar was the greatest of the Mughal emperors and one of the most secular minded royalties of his time. He was the heir to a long tradition of oriental refinement, a great patron of the arts, literature, philosophy and science. A visit to Akbar's monument opens before one, the completeness of Akbar's personality as completely as the Taj Mahal does of Mumtaz Mahal's. Akbar's vast, beautifully carved, red-ochre sandstone tomb is set amidst a lush garden. Akbar himself planned his own tomb and selected a suitable site for it. Akbar's son Jahangir completed the construction of this pyramidal tomb in 1613.

Murshidabad

Murshidabad district of West Bengal was once the capital of Bangla, Bihar and Odisha (formerly known as Orissa). The last capital city of independent Bengal was named after Nawab Murshid Quli Khan, the Dewan of Bengal, Bihar and Odisha. It is situated on the banks of the Bhagirathi. A city of splendors and famous for its silk, was made capital of Bengal in 1717. The British shifted the capital to Kolkata in 1773.Currently the city of Berhampore is its administrative headquarters.

Murshidabad
Khandala

Khandala

Khandala is one of the most popular weekend getaway for the people from nearby cities of Mumbai and Pune. The place immortalized by the popular Bollywood song, "Aati Kya Khandala", is a must visit destination for everyone looking for beautiful nature, pleasant weather and the feeling of mist in the air.

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