Thinking Of Going Abroad? Have You Explored These Places In India?

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Insane about travelling to foreign locations? Love the western culture more than your own?

Khurki has a question to ask: Have you finished exploring this vast country of yours? Do you know of all the mysteries and history that this beautiful country of yours has hidden?

Don’t even think of going abroad if you haven’t had a glimpse of any of these places that we have handpicked as a true representation of the beautiful culture called India.

1. Dal Lake in ‘Heaven On Earth’ Srinagar

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“Jewel in the crown of Kashmir” is the second name for this beautiful masterpiece!

2. A trip to breathtakingly beautiful Leh-Ladakh!

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If you got the permit to cross the highest motorable road in the world, then my friend you made it to LEH!

The largest district of India, covering more than half the area of Jammu and Kashmir. This beauty of India is just IRREPLACEABLE!

3. Akshardham in Delhi for some peace!

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An eternal place of love, devotion, purity and peace. Akshardham in Delhi, divine place of God.

4. Mysore Palace

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An historical place in the princely state of Mysore which is simple, royal yet eye catching and the courtyards, gardens and the buildings may leave you mesmerized!

5. The monument of true love – the Tajmahal in Agra

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The symbol of love, truely applauded by many and and inspiration to some! Tajmahal, the jewel of muslim art in India is all about the love and affection!

6. Eternal peace at the Golden Temple in Amritsar

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The Golden Temple, the holy place of the Sikhs needs no introduction. No one can miss this holy place as the beauty is unreal…The feeling of being there is surreal!

7. Queen of Hills, Shimla!

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This train could give you the best journey of all times, known for the dramatic views of hills and villages covering about almost 106 tunnels!

7. Meenakshi Amman Temple, Madurai

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The temple is the most prominent landmark and most-visited tourist attractions in the city.

8. Jama Majid, Delhi

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Don’t miss the largest mosque of India on the eve of Eid with pigeons all around waiting for you!

9. Darjeeling-Himalyan Railway

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The outstanding example of hill passenger railway, also known as the ‘Toy Train’!

10. Jal Palace, Jaipur

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Jal Mahal is a palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur city, also known as the water palace. “The Jal Mahal” palace has got an eye-popping makeover.

11. Rohtang Pass (Eastern range of Himalayas)

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If you love taking risks and are quite adventurous, then don’t miss this dangerous or we can call it an ‘unpredictable’ place in the Himalayas connecting the Kullu valley with Lahaul and Spiti valley!

12. Corbett National Park

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Among all the national parks in India, the Corbett National Park is the oldest and one of the BEST among the top 10 national parks in India.

13. Switzerland of Himachal Pradesh, Manali

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Despite being one of the most sought after hill stations in India, the appeal of Manali never fades for tourists. And with the onset of winters, the appeal only grows, giving tourists’ pleasure of skiing and ice-skating.

14. Tulian Lake, Pahalgam

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The lake often has chunks of ice floating in it and lake lies between the two Himalayan mountain ranges of Pir Panjal and Zanskar.

15. Kutch, Gujarat

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Each community has its own oral traditions, Kutch in Gujarat is culturally rich in traditions.

16. Munnar, Kerala 

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Heavy rainfall, umbrellas, and puddles of muddy water – Are these the things that come to your mind when you think of monsoons in India? Well, then you need to plan a quick escape to some of these offbeat places in India and change your opinion about the glorious rainy season of India.

17. Chapora Beach, Goa

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Goa is known for its beaches, ranging from popular stretches at Baga and Palolem to laid-back fishing villages such as Agoda.

Well, that’s not all! India has much much more to offer when it’s about culture, traditions, rituals, forests, lakes, national wildlife sanctuaries.

People from all over the world devote their time to irreplaceable natural beauty and always cherish it for its grace and attraction!

From Khurki, these places are the perfect illustrations to fancy you!

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