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admin on February 11th, 2011

100 Best Places to see in Indian Cities   Here are 100 best places- must visit places in India. Kumbh Mela ,       Allahabad                                                  This is an event that occurs once in 12 years. Tajmahal ,       Agra                                                                   Beautiful monument and wonder Red Fort or Lal Quila ,       Delhi Mysore Palace ,       Mysore Jaisalmer Fort ,       Jaisalmer […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

This ancient city was mentioned in Bihar Mahabhrata and Buddhist and Jain scriptures. He enjoys the distinction of being the first condition Republic Lichchavi dynasty, even before the Republic of Greece began. Vaishali is the birthplace of Mahavira, and the city where Buddha lived for five years and delivered his last sermon. It is also […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

Siliguri is one of the most important not only for West Bengal, but for many states in the Northeast as well. Located at a distance of 600 km from Calcutta, Siliguri is at an altitude of 400 meters above sea level. This elevation is not too high and too low offers an ideal climate for […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

Ranchi, the summer capital of the then State of Bihar and the current state capital of Jharkhand in India, is a picturesque town in the Chota Nagpur Plateau. He earned the name “Archi”, a word meaning Nagpur forest of bamboo. It is situated at an altitude of 2,140 m, completely covered with red soil. Ranchi […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

It is located in the Indian state of Bihar about 60 km southeast of the capital Patna. Rajgir is famous for its rock caves, forts, Buddhist ruins, shell inscriptions, Hindu and Jain temples and Muslim tombs. The place is well connected with the rest of Bihar and eastern India through railway and roads. The climate […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

Rest, relax and retire completely redefined foot on the seat of Lord Jagannath Puri. Known for its historic antiquities, religious shrines, architectural grandeur, beauty Marina, the mild climate and the spiritual sense, this region of the Orissa coast attracts many visitors each year. With a rich history dating back to the third century BC, this […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

Located at the confluence of four rivers Ganga, Sone, and Gandakand Poonpun, Patna has a history that goes back three millennia. With a country as fertile as the Ganges basin, it is not surprising that the region is so densely populated. This city was home to two great religions, Buddhism and Jainism, and the myriad […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

Nalanda name to remind us all once the largest place of learning, Nalanda University. Nalanda district is located about 90 km southeast of Patna. How is the name of Nalanda was invented many legends attached to it. But the logic seems to be indicated by Hiranand Shastri. According to him, the name comes from two […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

Calcutta, the city, which means many things to many people. For some, Calcutta is a city of joy, for others it is dirty, crowded and noisy. When the largest colonial city in the East, Kolkata and insulted as the cauldron of poverty, filth and disease. Today is one of the four major cities of India, […]

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ankit on January 29th, 2011

Konark is one of the best known names that comes to our mind when we speak of Orissa. It is a small town in the district of Puri. Located at a distance of 65 km from Bhubaneswar and 35 km from Puri, Konark is easily accessible by all modes. Konark is famous for the magnificent […]

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