West India

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Ranakpur Rajasthan state is one of the five most important pilgrimage sites in Jainism. E ‘seat of an exceptionally beautiful temple complex of the Aravalli ranges and the need to visit for tourists coming to this region. LOCATION Ranakpur is located in a remote valley in the Aravali range. It is located about 60 km […]

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Come November and the rich tradition of Rajasthan comes alive at Pushkar. A small hamlet, just 18 miles from the religious city of Ajmer, Pushkar, is host to an annual event called the Pushkar fair. The fair is visited by foreigners and Indian boats are perhaps the largest gathering for a fair share of international […]

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Mount Abu is home to many tourist attractions, natural beauties, historical and architectural Dilwara Jain temples in the complex of temples, carved in white marble, built between the 11th and 13th century. History Achalgarh fortress built in the 14th century by Rana Kumbha of Mewar. It contains several beautiful Jain temples, including Achaleswar Mahadev Temple […]

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A popular getaway for people from Mumbai and Pune, Matheran is a hill station in the quiet Sahyadri range, at an altitude of 800 meters. Means “the forest above,Matheran was discovered in 1850 by a collector of Thane district court, Hugh Poyntz painted, and the basis of its development has been created by Lord Elphinstone, […]

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Located along the Chambal, the only perennial river in Rajasthan, Kota is a blend of a bygone era rich and growing industrial influences. It has the largest fertilizer factory in Asia. Surprisingly, Kota, The Hadoti region (Kota, Bundi and Jhalawar districts) remains largely unexplored tourism. From nature walks in the valleys of the region of […]

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This formidable medieval citadel was virtually inaccessible in the 15 century. According to folklore, the fort fell only once when Kumbalgarh water was poisoned by his enemies. Built by Rana Kumbha of Mewar, which is located on a hill with a view to 3500 m in the dusty plains of Mewar and the rugged Aravali […]

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Rajasthan Golden City, so named because it is a magnificent structure in yellow sandstone, is an artistic marvel in the middle of a desert dry. magnificent palaces and havelis with complex sculptures, doors, windows and “jharokas” or balconies, showcase the art of working stone Jaipur better. Old is still alive, as busy township buzzes its […]

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Jodhpur is the second largest city in the state of Rajasthan. It has drawn tourists from around the world. Settling in the sentinel on the western border, Jodhpur is famous for its magnificent forts and palaces. Jodhpur is located on the edge of the Thar Desert with Jaisalmer on its west side, Barma, Jalor and […]

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Jaipur Tourism in Jaipur is a very famous and once you visit require multiple site visits. The city is known as the “pink city” of India. E ‘abounded with forts, monuments, temples and gardens that evoke the history of Rajput warriors and their culture and tradition. The town is named after the warrior Sawai Jai […]

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Panaji Called Panjim by the Portuguese, Panaji, which means “land that does not flood” is the state capital of Goa. Unlike many capital cities, Panaji has a distinct unhurried character. Located on the south bank of the Mandovi River, which makes this city even more delightful. The European ambiance Typical of a city of Goa, […]

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