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WHY KERALA BACK WATER TOURS

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Frоm thе lоng ѕtrеtсhеѕ of bеасhеѕ to mountains wіth a shade оf hаzе round thе year and from thе аrоmаtіс frаgrаnсеѕ of ѕрісе fields to a wоrld of еnсhаntіng craft of lіvіng, Kеrаlа is, nо dоubt, a rаrе mаrvеl оf Indіа'ѕ tоurіѕm treasure. Evеrуthіng аbоut this "Gоd'ѕ Own Cоuntrу" іѕ ѕо сарtіvаtіng that it mаkеѕ thіѕ southernmost condition of Indіа a world fаmоuѕ dеѕtіnаtіоn.

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Peaceful Retreat In The Himalaya-Manali

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Hidden in the cradle of giant deodar and cedar forests, surrounded by the snow-clad mountains as if touching the sky and boasting of their magnificence lies a quiet little place MANALI.
With the summer season sneaking in and the temperature of the capital (Delhi) soaring I decided to escape manali to seek some relief.

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My Epic Visit To The City Of Temples - Bhubaneshwar

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Some trips are memorable and all you do is cherish, the moments spent in witnessing its grandeur. I am just back from the exotic trip to Bhubaneshwar, Puri and Konark, feeling refreshed from the perfect holiday I had. So, I decided to write a travel blog which might be informative if you are planning to engage in such a spiritual trip!

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Journey Through Bhubaneshwar

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Visit to Lingaraja temple made me realize the bliss you experience on coming in close-contact with a supreme soul that make you realize the values of human life Next, on my itinery was Konark which is 65kms from Bhubaneshwar. My driver cautioned me to travel early through it is a 4 lane road to capture some of the beautiful shots

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Visit to the “Venice of India” – Alappuzha

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Picture yourself in gods own country, with the Arabian sea in the west, the western Ghats splashing in the east, a long shore line with the serene beaches, tranquil stretches of emerald back waters, lush hill stations and exotic wildlife. Isn’t that a perfect holiday destination to rewind yourself and indulge in Ayurvedic health spas?

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Destinations– Munnar & Periyar, India

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Travelling to far off places has always been my passion, the culture, the people, the historical and cultural history of a place, the variety of cuisines one can gorge on, the geographical distribution is such a unique experience that one can think of. The more I travel , I find there is so much to know about the mystic lands of India.

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Soak in divine rendezvous at Golden Temple, Amritsar

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Amritsar is famous for three things-Golden Temple, Jallianwala Bagh, Wagah Border and the exotic street food. This time I decided to visit Harmandir Sahib popularly known as Golden temple due to its gold-plated building which gives it a sheer brilliance. It is one of the most revered sikh gurudwara, where any demarcation of religion, caste and creed ends .

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Witness the celebration in stone – The Khajuraho Temples in Madhya Pradesh

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This time I wanted to wander off to some distant land, which might not be on top of every explorer but definitely a must see. Several glimpses of Madhya Pradesh in internet caught my eye and the impulse of the history buff in me took charge of my decision to visit the Heart of India .

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Kanatal – The bliss of nature

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Completely stressed with a 24x7 connected life, I decided to unwind and let my thoughts wander to enjoy the peace and quietness. After deep research I fell in love with the layered hills of Kanatal-A picture perfect hill station, just 70Kms ahead of Dehradun, perched at 8,500 feet .

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 Rann Utsav-a celebration of life and festivities

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‘kutch This time I let go off my wild side and decided to traverse the extreme west of the Indian union i.e to KUTCH, which is located in the state of Gujarat and is bestowed with one of the most ecologically and culturally abundant land forms .

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Why should you visit India?

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As I grew up hearing about the stories of valiant kings so called ‘rajas’ and their kingdom always fascinated me. It was my hidden desire to experience such royal treat personally.

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Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad, India

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Too famous to be glorified by mere words, in Aurangabad stands a little sad monument mimicking its big brother (The Taj Mahal) is BIBI KA MAQBARA also known as Baby Taj or Dakkani Taj (Taj of the Deccan).

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A Blissful Trip To Jal Mahal ,Jaipur

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Leaving behind the hustle bustle of the city, far from the maddening crowd, I headed towards Man Sagar Lake to enjoy the calm, scene view of this man- made lake.

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Soak in ultimate royalty - Jaipur

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As I grew up hearing about the stories of valiant kings so called ‘rajas’ and their kingdom always fascinated me. It was my hidden desire to experience such royal treat personally.

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Banaras-the spiritual capital of India

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As I grew up hearing about the stories of valiant kings so called ‘rajas’ and their kingdom always fascinated me. It was my hidden desire to experience such royal treat personally.

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Reminiscing my epic visit to the ancient city of india-Varanasi

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I decided to take a ride to the holiest of the seven cities in Hinduism as well as Jainism. It is one of the living ancient cities. Millions of pilgrims, tourists visit Varanasi to pray, to meditate, to experience the dip in the majestic holy river – The Ganges. Since it is well connected by air, Rail and road, which makes it easy accessible.

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Come and witness the grandeur of Mughal Architecture.. Agra “The Taj Mahal”:

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It’s one of the world’s iconic travel image that leaves you speechless as you stand before it and see the Indian heritage come alive.Taj mahal is referred to as the greatest monument of love ever built. It is an incredible architectural feat completed in 1653 and has new been designated as “UNESCO world heritage site”.

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My epic visit to the little Venice of India:

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When one imagines Rajasthan ,flashes of sandy dunes of Bikaner and Jaisalmer, rocky Jodhpur and mountaineous kumbhalgarh comes alive infront of my eyes .But I was taken aback when I stepped on one of the exotic cities of India- UDAIPUR.

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