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West Bengal

West Bengal is a state located in eastern part of India. The state with a population of 80,221,171 spreads over an area of 88,752 sq.km. Although West Bengal occupies only 2.7% of the India’s land area, but it supports over 7.8% of Indian population. West Bengal shares international boundaries with the countries such as Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh. The state is surrounded by the states of Assam and Sikkim to its north-east, the state of Orrisa to its south-west and the states of Bihar and Jharkhand to its west. Bangladesh, which lies on the eastern border of the state, together with West Bengal forms the ethno-linguistic region of Bengal. Bengali is the main language of the state, but people also speak Urdu and Hindi.

During the past two millenia West Bengal has been a part of a number of dynasties and the state capital, Kolkata served as the capital of British India for several years. The states economic and political areas were dominated by the Marxism, Naxalite movements and trade unionism for many decadesas well. Besides, many of India’s notable poets, writers, film-stars, theater artists and performers belong to West Bengal.

Noted for its beautiful tourists destinations, magnificent forts and monuments, massive temples, picturesque beaches, hills and valleys, varied wildlife, delectable cuisine, rich art & culture and charming fairs and festivals, West Bengal draws a large number of tourists from all over the world.

Uttaranchal

Uttaranchal, a former part of Uttar Pradesh state, split off from its parent state and became the 27th state of Indian Republic, on Nov 9, 2000 A.D. The state is located in the north east of the country and is bounded by the mighty Himalayas. Uttaranchal shares its international borders with China and Nepal and is neighboured by the states Himachal Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, of Indian Republic. Dehra Dun, the largest city in Uttaranchal is also the provincial capital.

Uttaranchal is bestowed with great many tourist attractions. The state is dominated with the presence of mighty peaks and hills of the Himalayas. The state is primarily divided into two zones – Garhwal and Kumaon. There are thirteen districts in all; seven in the Garhwal zone and six in the Kumaon zone. The two zones see a multitude of sky reaching peaks that form parts of the Greater Himalayas. These mountains are also the source of the great rivers of India – the Ganga and the Yamuna. Some of the high peaks in the region include Bandarpunch (6,316 m), Yogeshwar (6,678 m), Sri Kailash (6,932 m), Kedarnath (6,490 m), Bhirigupanth (6,772 m), Chaukhamba (7,068 m), Kamet (7,756 m), Mana Peak (7,272 m), Abl Gamin (7,355 m), Mukut (7,242 m). These snow clad peaks give rise to a number of lakes that flow down and join the tributaries. The slopes at certain places are also ideal for winter sports. One such destination is Auli.

Uttaranchal is one big name in the north Indian tourism industry. The state is blessed with towering peaks, lakes and streams, rolling forests, pilgrimage centres and all of it welcome a great party. As an adventure sports destination and a major pilgrimage centre of Hindus, Uttaranchal generates a good revenue from tourism enterprises. The pleasant climate also makes it a popular vacations spending resort and an escape from the scorching north Indian sun.

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu, the land of the Tamils, is one of the most beautiful and captivating states of India. Since time immemorial Tamil Nadu has attracted a large number of travellers from the country and abroad.

Situated in the far south of the Indian subcontinent, Tamil Nadu is bounded by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in the north and Kerala in the west. The eastern and western points of Tamil Nadu are marked by the Point Calimere and Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuaries, while the northern and southern tips are defined by the Pulicat lake and Kanyakumari respectively. Tamil Nadu is also washed by the waters of Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean. The state spreads over an area of 1,30,058 sq. kms and has a population of 6,21,10,839.

Tamil Nadu is a land where various cultures and traditions have been flourishing in perfect harmony for past several centuries. The state abounds in magnificent temples and enchanting forts & monuments, which portray the glory of the Dravidian culture, art, architecture and spiritual values. Not only the temples, but also the mosques and churches depict the religious harmony of the Tamils.

A number of fairs and festivals are celebrated throughout the year, which add colour and mirth wherever you go. With a long coastline stretching for more than 900 kms, Tamil Nadu offers many ideal location for sun and surf. The golden sandy beaches dotted with coconut and palm groves abound to brace your health and enhance your happiness.

In addition to these, Tamil Nadu is also a land of sanctuaries and parks for birds and animals, dry and evergreen forests, mystic mountains, picturesque hill stations, natural sceneries and shimmering waterfalls. In fact, the moment you enter this land, you enter a tourist paradise and forget everything else. A trip to Tamil Nadu ensures good vacation and gifts you with some everlasting memories.

Sikkim

For Nepalese it was Sukhim – The New Place, for the Bhutias it was Demazong, The Valley of Rice and for Lepchas, its original inhabitants, Sikkim was simply Nye-mae-el lang – abode of the Gods. Call it by any of the above mentioned name, since time immemorial the magical lure of Sikkim has always attracted people from all over the world.

One of the smallest Indian states, Sikkim spread over an area of 7,096 kms, with variable altitudes ranging from 270 mts above sea level in the south to over 8,589 mts in the north and north-western region. Sikkim enfolds the upper valley of the Teesta River, the major tributary of the massive Brahmaputra River. Its southern part has West Bengal along with Rangpo and Rangit Rivers. The Singhalila Range acts as a natural barrier with Nepal in the west while the Dongkhya Range runs along the borders from the north to the north-east.

Usually, people think that Buddhism is the predominant religion in Sikkim, but Hinduism is also followed by a large number of people. The Tibetans and Sikkimese Bhutias follow Buddhism, while the Nepalese follow Hinduism. Apart from these, some Sikkimese follow Christianity, Sikhism and Islam as well.

With its wonderful profusion of mighty snow-capped peaks, holy lakes, ancient monasteries, orchid nurseries, a range of flora and fauna and thrilling trekking routes, Sikkim offers a multidimensional holiday destination to tourists.

Rajasthan

Rajasthan – the land of Rajputs, lies towards the north west of India, bordered by the the states Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab and India’s neighbouring country Pakistan. The state, one of the largest in India (by area), features a distinct topography, a distinct population, culture and a very distinct ecology. The land is different, whatever is built on it is different, people are different; culture, traditions, climate, everything is unique and – inviting. Heroism and romanticism are two of its ubiquitous attributes. From sixth century onwards Rajasthan has been a stage for a Royal Show-off. Luxuries of the past have left indelible marks, seldom ravaged by time. A thought about the place invokes a picture with images like sand dunes in the background, the hot blowing winds that gives a wavy appearance to the ground, a grand palace, people wearing turbans all around, slow country music filing the air and colorful buildings.

Punjab

From Sarson Da Saag and Makki Di Roti to sacred Golden Temple and imposing Quila Mabarak, from intricate Phulkari Dupattas to colourful Mojris, the reasons to visit the state of Punjab are many.

Punjab, literally meaning the land of five rivers boasts of five rivers namely Jhelum, Chenab, Ravi, Beas and Sutlej  all these rivers are tributaries of the Indus River. The enchanting state of Punjab has an integrated cultural history, even today, you can see the glimpses of that rich culture in the lively Punjabi folks. If you love wildlife, then also Punjab is an ideal place to take a tour to. In the sanctuaries, you can see a variety of resident as well as migratory birds. Besides, a visit to world famous Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib, offers succour to your mind and soul.

Situated in north-western part of India, Punjab is bordered by Punjab (Pakistan) to the west, Chandigarh to the south-east, Haryana to the south and south-east, Himachal Pradesh to the north-east, Jammu and Kashmir to the north and Rajasthan to the south-west. Punjab has a total area of 50,362 sq.kms and the population of state is 24,289, 296 (2001 census). The Union Territory of Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab, other major cities include Amritsar, Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Patiala.

So, whether you are interested in historic structures, ancient culture and civilization, architectural masterpieces, religious places or common tourist spots, in truth, Punjab offers more or less everything to make your vacation a memorable experience. In addition to these, vast stretches of field clad in yellow mustard flowers, would certainly enamor you with their sheer beauty.

Pondicherry

The Union Territory of Pondicherry is regarded as a unique blend of French colonial heritage, traditional culture, spiritual aura and cosmopolitan lifestyle. Pondicherry is located in southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu on the Bay of Bengal coast. Due to its close proximity to Chennai, Pondicherry can be reached very easily. Regarded as a picture perfect town, quiet Pondicherry also has scenic beaches and exotic resorts apart from monuments of historical importance and some natural hotspots. The building architecture and cuisine have a strong French tilt.

The French arrived in Pondicherry in the early 17th century. During British rule in the rest of India, the clash for the control of Pondicherry also intensified between the British and French. The French succeeded in maintaining a strong hold over Pondicherry in 1814 and remained in the beautiful town till 1954. Pondicherry became a part of Indian Union in 1954. The French influence could still be seen in many aspects of Pondicherry’s life.

Orissa

Orissa, a place known for its temples and shrines, is located at the apex of the Eastern Coastal Plains of India. The state shares its boundaries with four other neighbouring states including Jharkand, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Chattisgarh. The southeastern part of the state is bounded by the sea, Bay of Bengal. The coastal areas are more or less inhabited with urban population, where as the interiors see quite many tribes settled here.

From a tourists point of view the place is one great sprirtual destination where you can give your self a devotional high. The harbingers of these feelings come from the magnificent temples and pagodas. Like other federal states of Indian republic the state enjoys its own place and cherishes its own identity.

Orissa possesses rich land holdings of mineral resources. Though late but the state has started harnessing its reserves and economic development is on the rise. The fertile alluvial plains formed by the rich deposition of the rivers emptyiong in the sea leads to very productive lands here. Whatsoever, the place is one holy destination for the pilgrims.

Nagaland

For most people, the remote state of Nagaland is little more than a small flame-shaped bit on the north-eastern edge of the Indian map. But, very few people know that apart from being one of the smallest states of India, Nagaland is also one of its most charming and culturally one of its richest and diverse region. Nagaland is the land of tribes and is home to around 32 tribal communities including 16 major and numerous sub-tribes that spread over seven districts of the state, each with their own distinct lifestyle and culture. The state of Nagaland lacks a common written language, except the Tenyidie Language. People speak 60 varied dialects derived from the Sino-Tibetan family of languages. English is the official language of the state, while small portion of the population speak Assamese.

Spread over an area of 16,527 sq.kms, the hilly state of Nagaland is bordered by Assam on the west and north, Mynamar on the east, Arunachal Pradesh on the north and Manipur on the south. Kohima is the state capital, while Dimapur and Mokochung are its important towns. Mount Saramati (12,552 m above sea level) is the highest peak of Nagaland, this is the place where the Naga Hills merge with the Patkai Range of Myanmar. Nagaland is criss-crossed by mighty rivers such as the Doyang and Dhiku rivers in the north, the Barak river in the south-west and the Chindwin river of Myanmar in the south-east.

So, if you haven’t yet explored the rugged mountains, lush green valleys and gently-flowing streams, haven’t experienced the bounty of nature at its best or you haven’t encountered the handsome tribal people known for their arts and crafts, music and costumes, then you are one of the lucky people who can still look forward to discover the enchanting land of Nagaland.

Mizoram

Mizoram formerly known as the Lushai Hills, is an enchanting land endowed with pristine natural beauty and sociable, hospitable and fun loving people as well. Situated on the tip of the north-eastern border of India, Mizoram is bestowed with an endless variety of landscape that include steep hills and deep gorges and rich flora and fauna, criss-crossed by rivers like Sonai, Tlawang, Tuivawl, Kamaphul and Kolodine.

One of the seven sister states in north-eastern India, Mizoram is sandwiched between Myanmar in the south and east and Bangladesh in the west. It shares domestic borders with the states of Assam, Manipur and Tripura, while the Tropic of Cancer runs through its heart. Mizoram spreads over an area of 21,081 sq. kms and according to 2001 census report the population of the state stood at 888,573. The state boasts a literacy rate of 88.8%, the second highest after the Indian state of Kerala. Cultivation is the main occupation of the Mizo people and the main crops are lemon, oranges, passion fruit, papaya and pineapple.

On the whole, with its galaxy of natural beauty and ancient traditions, colourful fairs and festivals, folk dances and songs, Mizoram is a kaleidoscopic pleasure trove for the discerning tourists. It’s true, Mizoram is a mountainous state, so travelling in the state is pain staking and little hazardous some times, but holidaying in the state has its own distinct charm. Hence, just plan a trip to this picturesque land and enjoy a memorable vacation in the lap of mother nature.

Maharashtra

Maharashtra, the land of the great Marathas, was known as Rashtra in the Rig Veda, Rashtrik in Ashokas regime and Maharashtra afterwards. Geographically, most of the part of Maharashtra stands on the high Deccan plateau and historically the state was the main centre for the Maratha empire, which defied the Mughals under the rule of great warrior Shivaji. Spread over 307,713 sq. kms land, Maharashtra is the third largest state in terms of area. With a population of 96,752,247, Maharashtra is the second largest state in terms of population. Maharashtra shares boundaries with the states of Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and the Union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. While the lovely, cool Arabian Sea, makes up the states 720 kms long coastal line.

Mumbai, Indias commercial capital is the capital of Maharashtra. In fact, Mumbai not only makes Maharashtra one of the important states economically, but it is also a major arrival point for overseas visitors. From Mumbai, you can head off into Indian subcontinent in a number of directions. In addition to Mumbai, Maharashtra has several other tourist destinations like Nagpur, Pune and Aurangabad. While you visit Maharashtra, massive temples, magnificent forts and monuments, rich art & culture, delectable cuisine, colourful fairs and festivals, picturesque hill stations, shimmering lakes and rivers, mystic caves, beautiful beaches, varied wildlife and exciting shopping, mesmerize you.

Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh, the geographical heartland of India, was once the biggest state of the country by area. The state got its current shape on 1st November 2000, following its bifurcation to create the new state of Chhattisgarh. Due to its location in the centre of India, Madhya Pradesh has faced the historic currents from all arounf – north, south, east and west. Experts believe that Madhya Pradesh occupies the oldest part of the Indian subcontinent and is also one of the earliest dwellings of human beings.

Madhya Pradesh is surrounded by five Indian states, to the north by Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh, to the south by Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh, to the west by Rajasthan and Gujarat. The state with a population of 60,385,118 covers an area of 308,144 sq. kms. Majority of the population is contributed by Hindus (90%), Muslims are around 6% and rest are Christians, Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists. Hindi is the main language of the state, apart from it, several other regional languages are spoken.

Madhya Pradesh is bestowed with natural jewels like rich and diverse forest areas, a number of nature preserves including Bagh Caves, Chambal and Panchmarhi, wildlife sanctuaries and parks like the world famous Kanha National Park and Bandhavgarh National Park and rivers including Narmada, Sone, Tapti, Chambal, Mahanadi, Betwa, Indrawati and Shipra.

Apart from these, Madhya Pradesh is home to several magnificent forts, palaces and monuments which are known for their architecture or scenic beauty. Moreover, three ancient sites in the state have been designated as UNSECO World Heritage sites such as the Khajuraho Group of Temples, Buddhist Stupas at Sanchi and the Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka.

Kerala

Located in the extreme south of India, the state of Kerala attracts tourists in large numbers from every part of India and abroad. On the map of India, Kerala resembles a banana leaf clinging between the Western Ghats and beaches of Arabian sea. Packed with a highly literate population of 26 million people, Kerala covers an area of 38,900 sq km.

Kerala occupies a unique place in India’s tourism due to certain attractions exclusive only to this state. The green valleys, thick forests, beautiful lakes and rivers gives the Kerala landscape a great charm. But Kerala is better known for her backwater delights and Ayurvedic centres. Backwaters are inter connected inland lakes snaking through the picturesque landscape of the state. Coupled with them are Kerala’s splendid festivals laced with some mysterious rituals. Kerala also preserves historical heritage in the form of many ancient and medieval period temples. The beautiful hill station of Munnar and popular wildlife sanctuary of Periyar are also located in the state.

Kerala has been an important centre for trade since the medieval period. The British also contributed to the development of her infrastructure. After independence, Kerala has earned reputation of being one of the few Indian states to progress rapidly in various spheres.

Karnataka

Karnataka, the eighth largest state of Indian republic is no less than ‘Solomon’s Mine.’ It is one of the four major states of the Indian south. The state stands over Deccan Plateau and is surrounded by the states – Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Goa. A part of it, that lies to the west of the state, faces the Arabian Sea and constitutes the Western Coastal Plains in India. Karnataka is a very famous place and you will find more than a single contributor to this fact.

Karnataka enjoys a culture and a life style of its own; one that is unique and not like other south Indian states. One of the greatest contributions that we owe to Karnataka has been the emergence and development of Carnatic Music. This devotional and philosophic music has inspired millions and is one important variable that characterizes the popular culture. The state has given birth and fostered some prominent musicians in the Indian sub continent.

Carnatic Music is not the only trail you will find following at Karnataka. The panorama of Karnataka withholds many faces. Hills, beaches, waterfalls, woodlands, monuments, religious places are some of popular elements you will find at Karnataka. Apart from that, the state also constitutes some of the developed cities of India.

Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh, the hill state of India, is a small state by comparison that lies in the north eastern region of Indian sub continent. The state is dominated by the undulated chains of hills and mountains, which encompass some of the best hill stations in India. The state shares its borders with several others which include – Jammu and Kashmir in the north, Punjab in the southwest, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh in the south and Uttaranchal in the southeast.

The northern regions of Himachal Pradesh are more rugged with soaring heights that form parts of the Greater Himalayas, Pir Panjal and Dauladhar. Altitude gradually lowers as we move towards the west and into the plains. Southern regions also see quite comparable altitudes and form the peripheral parts of the Shivalik Range. Amidst all these are some beautiful hill stations, rivers, gorges and picturesque villages. For the state tourism nature plays the upper hand and if you happen to be interested in hill stations, terrain, rolling waters, adventure sports, wildlife or romantic destinations this place is for you.

Harayana

When you are visiting Indian capital city – Delhi, there are several genuine reasons to pay a visit to the nearby state of Haryana. Of course, due to its location close to Delhi, Haryana has gained much popularity in the tourist map of India, but the state itself offers a number of attractions which attract thousand of tourists every year. From charming tourist destinations to tranquil pilgrimage centres, from traditional arts and crafts to modern technologies, from golfing to exciting adventure sports, Haryana offers plenty of attractions for visitors.

Situated in northern part of India, Haryana is bordered by the states of Punjab and Himachal Pradesh in the north, Rajasthan in the west and south and Uttar Pradesh in the east. Haryana itself surrounds Delhi from three sides, forming the northern, western and southern boundaries of the National Capital Region. For administrative purpose, Haryana is divided into four divisions namely  Ambala, Gurgaon, Hisar and Rohtak and it spreads over an area of 44,212 sq. kms. The Union territory of Chandigarh is its capital, while the cities of Gurgaon, Panipat, Faridabad and Panchkula are industrial hubs of the state.

So, while you visit Delhi, must head towards Haryana to see some of the wonderful locations as well as tourist attractions of India. Undoubtedly, a trip to Haryana will add more to your memorable journey of India.

Gujrat

The west coastal state of Gujarat is not only the most industrialized state of India, but also one of the popular tourist destinations of the country. Situated in between Maharashtra and Rajasthan, Gujarat never fails to draw tourist attention. Gujarat is bounded by the state of Maharashtra in the east, Rajasthan in the north-east, Maharashtra and the Union-territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu in the south. The state shares international boundary with Pakistan to the north-west. The Arabian Sea makes up the western coast of the entire state. Gandhi Nagar, the state capital is a planned city, while former state capital Ahmedabad is now the commercial capital of Gujarat.

Spread over an area of 196,024 sq. kms, Gujarat has a population of 50,596,992. Around 20 per cent of the state population belong to tribals or aboriginals locally called as Harijan. Jain religion predominates in the state and some of its most interesting sights are Jain temple centres like those at Palitana and Girnar. Apart from the Jain temples, other major attractions of the state are the Asiatic Lions in the Gir forest and the fascinating Indo-Saracenic architecture of Ahmedabad. Jains are friendly people and are big lovers of brutes and beast or wildlife. In fact, whenever you are out in the street and market of the state you will find them distributing foods to wild members and birds.

Goa

Along the west coast of India lies a small state, beauty of a place and as live as can be. Goa – with its pristine beauty and its sublime character intoxicates the travellers that pass through. It is a gateway to the seas of happiness witholding waves of contend. If you can’t be merry here then you better quit considering your travel plans and schedules.

Located along the coastal belts of Konkan, Goa is a treasure trove for tourists. It is one big name in the tourism industry. Goa is the second smallest state in India (area wise) that lies abutted by the Arabian Sea. The eastern and southern boundaries are secured by Karnataka state, where as the state shares its northern borders with Maharashtra state. The western region stands over the Konkan coastal belts and faces the sea. Sea shores have given Goa much more than the towering peaks give to the north Indian states. Beaches are the most attractive and the much prized gifts the state is endowed with.

Goa is a beach paradise. The alluring aquamarine drenched feeling and the pale white sandy beaches invites quite a crowd. This erstwhile Portuguese colony has a very distinct identity. The occupation by the foreign state has left some indelible impressions. Popular culture reveals very lively and liberal characters. Monuments and historical places adds up to mixed feelings – Goa is one place that stands far at the edge considering the popular culture.

Raipur

Raipur, capital city of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh is one of the most important industrial and trading centers of Central part of India.

It is Situated on the banks of Mahanadi river, Raipur shared boundaries with Bilaspur in the north and the famous Bastar tribal region in the south.

Founded in the 9th century, Raipur had remained an important regional center under different kingdoms. Raipur is a historic place and considered to be under Mauryan Kingdom.

The city also remained the capital of the Haihaya kings, who controlled the traditional forts of Chhattisgarh. Due to its historical and archaeological significance Raipur attracts large number of tourists from far and wide.

Chhattisgarh

Its true, Chhattisgarh is relatively a new and very young tourist destination, but the states warm, friendly atmosphere is quite enough to draw large number of tourists every year. There are verdant lush forests, shimmering waterfalls, imposing palaces, ancient temples, rich customs, vibrant handicraft, delectable cuisine, friendly people and much more, Chhattisgarhs charms are truly boundless and enduring. Chhattisgarh is the 10th largest state of India and it derives its name from 36 princely states who ruled over this region from ancient times.

Chhattisgarh shares boundaries with the states of Madhya Pradesh on the north-west, Jharkhand on the north-east, Andhra Pradesh on the south, Maharashtra on the west, Orissa on the east and Uttar Pradesh on the north. The state of Chhattisgarh spreads over an area of 135,194 sq. kms and it consists of 16 districts. Around 35 big and small tribes inhabit in the state of Chhattisgarh, the Gond tribes form the largest portion of tribal population with the percentage of 55. The Chhattisgarhi language is the official language of the state, which is often regarded as a dialect of Hindi by linguists.

Predominantly a tribal state, Chhattisgarh is bestowed with rich mineral and forest wealth. Chhattisgarh abounds in plains and hilly regions, the central part is a fertile plain while the northern and southern parts are hilly. The Mahanadi river is the principal river of Chhattisgarh, other major rivers are Arpa, Eeb, Hadeo, Indrawati, Jonk, Kelo, Mand, Maniyari, Pairi, Sheonath and Udanti.

Plan a trip to the enchanting state of Chhattisgarh next vacation, where you will come across a number of spectacular sights. Besides, on your Chhattisgarh trip, you will also get a chance to discover the distinct tribal culture of the state on your own. Moreover, the lovely memories of your Chhattisgarh trip will linger long in your mind.

Assam

Assam, one of the seven north-eastern states (together called as seven sisters), is the gateway to the north-eastern part of India. Situated just below the eastern Himalayan foothills, Assam is bodered by the Kingdom of Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh to its north-east. The states of Nagaland, Manipur and Mizoram lie in the south, while Meghalaya lies to the south-west. West Bengal and Bangladesh are to its west. The state of Assam spreads over an area of 78,438 sq.kms and has a population of 26,638,407.

Blessed with several natural gifts, Assam is dominated by the massive Brahmaputra river which has its origins in Tibet. The state is bestowed with vast alluvial plains and dense forests, tracts of paddy and tea and oil from the deep depths of the earth. In Assam, you can see a variety of flora and fauna including the world famous one Horned Rhinoceros and other rare species. In fact, after Africa, Assam is perhaps the only part of the world where a wide variety of wildlife exists. Besides, Assams colourful fairs and festivals, rich art and culture and cuisine will surely leave you spellbound.

Arunachal Pradesh

A picturesque land tucked into the North Eastern tip of India, Arunachal Pradesh greets you to relax in its beautiful hills and dales, to enjoy its salubrious climate and to meet its simple and hospitable people. Whether you are a simple holidayer or an adventure freak, Arunachal Pradesh will surely mesmerize you with its centuries old spectacular vistas and diverse tribal heritage.

Area-wise, Arunachal Pradesh is the biggest state in the north-east region and it spreads over an area of 83,743 sq.kms. Arunachal Pradesh is bordered by the Indian states of Assam in the south and Nagaland in the south-east. Bhutan lies to the west of the state, Myanmar lies to the west and the Line of Actual Control separates it from the People Republic of China to the north. As per 2001 census, the state has a population of 1,091,117 and main languages spoken by the people are Assamese, English and Hindi. Itanagar is the capital of Arunachal Pradesh, other major cities are Along, Daporijo, Tezu, Seppa, Pasighat and Naharlagun.

So, plan your next trip to India very soon, head towards the mysterious land of Arunachal Pradesh and discover the interesting traditions of ancient lifestyles, lived out against one of the most diversified ecological settings of the country. With its verdant valleys, lofty mountain peaks, shimmering rivers and some of Indias rare and endangered flora and fauna, Arunachal Pradesh offers plethora of attractions for you.

Hyderabad

Capital of Andhra Pradesh, also known as the ‘City of Nizams’. Consisting of the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, the city offers an interesting blend of old and new.

Founded in 1590 AD by Mohammed Quli, the Qutab Shahi king. Hyderabad is an important centre of Islamic culture and boasts of a number of wonderful forts and monuments. Most interesting area of the city is located south of the river Musi, as it is home to Charminar, Salar Jung Museum and lively Bazaars.

On the north of the Musi River, the main shopping centres of the city is situated, that include Abids Circle, Sultan Bazaar etc.

Hyderabad city is one of the leading hubs in India for information technology, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and the BPO industry.

The city of smiles, of lights, of a thousand faces, endearingly called the Pearl City, Hyderabad offers a variety of tourist attractions ranging from Heritage monuments, Lakes and Parks, Gardens and Resorts, Museums to mouth-watering cuisine and a enjoyable shopping experience.

Some of the tourist attractions include Charminar, Mecca Masjid , Salar Jung Museum, archaeological Museum , Chow Mohalla Palace, Golconda Fort.

Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh is situated on the southeast coast of India, bounded on the east by the Bay of Bengal. Inland, Andhra Pradesh shares its boundaries with Orissa in the northeast, Chattisgarh in the north, Maharashtra in the northwest, Karnataka in the west and Tamil Nadu in the south. The state can be broadly divided into three regions: Coastal Andhra in the east, Telangana in the north, and Rayalseema in the south. Its two biggest rivers, Godavari and Krishna, both flow across the state from west to east into the Bay of Bengal.

In central Andhra Pradesh lie Amravati and Nagarjunasagar, both ancient cities where Hindu and Buddhist kingdoms flourished in the 2nd and 3rd centuries BC. Nagarjunasagar is now the site of a huge dam on the Krishna River and the antiquities are saved on an island in the Nagarjunasagar Lake. In the south is Tirumala the temple of Lord Venkateshwara, also called Balaji one of the most visited pilgrimage destinations in the world. The town of Puttaparthi not far away hosts the ashram of contemporary guru, Sri Sathya Sai Baba another busy place of pilgrimage. Visakhapatnam, on the coast is an industrial and shipping centre but also famous for the beaches in and around the city.

Jaipur

Jaipur Pink City of India, is the first planned city of India, located in the desert lands of Rajasthan. The city that once had been the capital of the royalty, now serves as the capital city of Rajasthan. It gets its name from Maharaja Jai Singh- Founder of this city.

Jaipur lies at a distance of 260 kilometers from Delhi, the capital of India

The very structure of Jaipur resembles the taste of the Royalty. In the present date, Jaipur is the major business centre for the natives of Rajasthan with all requisites of a metropolitan city.

The active streets of Jaipur get plenty of visitors, every year at their footsteps. The Ancient Testimonials in the form of astonishing monuments remind one of the past ages. The city comprises is famous for places like Hawa Mahal, City Palace and Amber Fort, the best architectural examples of India. Artistic temples and gardens of Jaipur, marks the atmosphere of tranquillity and aestheticism to the lands of Rajasthan.

All theses features make Jaipur, one of the most sought after tourist destinations of Rajasthan, India. The glorious city boasts of its cultural heritage from every nook and corner. Jaipur is the reservoir of Indian customs, traditions, civilization and legacy.

Delhi

Delhi New Delhi, the national capital of India famous for its history, rich culture, spectacular architecture, Museums and tradition. Delhi is the third largest city of India.

Delhi is blend of Old and New Tradition. One can witness elements of Old and new both the traditions.

Many dynasties ruled from here and the city had witnessed empires rise to glory and fall to ashes. The city was built and destroyed 7 times and has been witness to the various events which has brought India through the history books. Delhi is the most preferred tourist destination of North India.

Among some spectacular historic sites, the most prominent ones are: Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Lotus temple, Humayun tomb and Rashtrapati Bhavan.

MANALI VOLVO PACKAGE

MANALI VOLVO PACKAGE

DELHI-MANALI-DELHI VOLVO PACKAGE   3NTS/4DAYS Day 01 : Delhi  - Manali : Journey start from Delhi at 5 :30 p.m for Manali from R .K Ashram Metro station. Day 02 Manali : When you reach at Manali set amidst pine-clad mountains, which gradually close in on both sides of the Beas and nestling in their shade, as though carved out of primeval […]

Delhi – Manali – Dalhousie – Delhi

Delhi – Manali – Dalhousie – Delhi

Duartion : 05Nights/6 Days

Destination : Delhi – Manali – Dalhousie – Delhi)

Package Cost: Starting from Rs. 13499 Per Person

Delhi-Shimla-Manali -Delhi

Delhi-Shimla-Manali -Delhi

Duartion : 4 Nights /5 Days

Destination : Delhi – Shimla –Manali- Delhi

Package Cost: Starting from Rs. 11499 Per Person

Forts & Palaces Of Rajasthan

Forts & Palaces Of Rajasthan

Forts & Palaces Tour Of Rajasthan

Destination Covered:Delhi – Jaipur – Bundi – Udaipur – Jodhpur – Jaisalmer – Bikaner – Mandawa- Delhi

Duration:11 Nights/12 Days

Package Cost: Starting from Rs. 31500 Per Person (Valid from 1st Oct2013 to 30-Mar-2014)

Honeymoon In Himachal

Honeymoon In Himachal

Duration: 6 Nights / 7 Days
Destination:Chandigarh – Shimla – Manali – Chandigarh
Package Cost: Starting From Rs 14,499/- Per Person

Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days
Destinations : Periyar – Cochin – Goa – Mumbai

Lucknow

Lucknow

Lucknow the capital of north India state of Uttar Pradesh is popularly called the ‘City of Nawabs’. Once served as the centre of the nawabs of Avadh, Lucknow is also referred to as the ‘Golden city of the east’ for its splendour. After the decline of the Mughal empire, the nawabs of Avadh controlled this […]

Himachal Trek

Himachal Trek

Day 01: Drive Manali – Lossar Drive from Manali to Palchan – the last inhabited village in Kullu Valley. Trek from Palchan village to Rohtang via Gulaba and Marhi. From Batal take a steep drive of 11 km to Lossar. Rest of the day free for leisure activities. Overnight stay at Lossar. Day 02: Drive […]

DO DHAM  BY HELICOPTER

DO DHAM BY HELICOPTER

DO DHAM CHARTER Day 1 Dep Dehradun -  7 am  Arrival Kedarnath – 8am  Dep Kedarnath 10am Arrival Badrinath  11am Night stay at Badrinath Day 2 Dep Badrinath -10am  Arrival Dehradun -11am    TERMS AND CONDITIONS  1.  The charter can carry a maximum of 5 passengers 2.  This price is inclusive of service tax 3.  […]

North India Wildlife Tour

North India Wildlife Tour

Duration :20 N / 21 D
Destination Covered: Delhi -Haridwar-Rishikesh-Jim Corbett- Nainital – Jabalpur – Kanha- Khajuraho-Varanasi- Delhi

AMARNATH YATRA

AMARNATH YATRA

Duration: 2 Nights/3 Days
Destination Covered:Srinagr-Sonmarg-Baltal -Srinagar

Bird Paradise with Taj

Bird Paradise with Taj

Duration: 4Nights/5 Days
Destinations Covered:Delhi- Agra-Bharatpur-Delhi

CHARDHAM YATRA

CHARDHAM YATRA

Duration:11 Nights/12 days
Destination Covered: Delhi- Haridwar-Barkot-Yamunotri-Uttarkashi-Gangotri-Guptkashi-Kadarnath-Badrinath- Joshimath – Rudraprayag—Rishikesh- Delhi

Explore India

Explore India

Duration: 28 Nights / 29 Days
Destination Covered : Delhi – Mandawa – Bikaner – Pokhran – Jaisalmer – Jodhpur – Luni – Mount Abu – Ranakpur – Udaipur – Ajmer – Pushkar – Jaipur – Fatehpur Sikri – Agra – Gwalior – Datia – Orchha – Khajuraho – Varanasi – Kolkata – Bhubaneshwar – Puri – Konark – Bhubaneshwar – Chennai – Cochin – Alleppey – Cochin – Mysore – Bangalore – Goa – Mumbai

Do Dham Yatra

Do Dham Yatra

Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days
Destination : Delhi – Haridwar – Guptkashi – Kedarnath – Badrinath

Chardham Yatra Tour

Chardham Yatra Tour

Duration : 11 Nights / 12 Days
Destinations Covered : Delhi – Haridwar – Barkot – Yamunotri – Uttarkashi – Gangotri – Rudraprayag – Kedarnath – Guptakashi – Badrinath – Joshimath – Rishikesh – Delhi

Sikkim Delight

Sikkim Delight

Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days
Destination Covered: Delhi – Bagdogra – Darjeeling – Gangtok – Bagdogra – Delhi

Rich tour

Rich tour

Duration: 05 nights – 06 days Destination Covered: Delhi – Bagdogra – Darjeeling – Gangtok – Bagdogra – Delhi     Day 01: Arrive Delhi Arrive by International flight, after Meet and Greet Services by Nice Holidays representative would assist you at airport & transfer to hotel for check in Hotel. Delhi is a bustling […]

Sikkim Sublime Tour

Sikkim Sublime Tour

Duration : 7 Nights / 8 Days
Destination: Gangtok-Changu Lake-Yumthang Flower Valley-Pemayangtse

ISLANDS OF ANDAMAN

ISLANDS OF ANDAMAN

Duration: 4 Nts/5 Days
Destination Covered: Portblair- Neil Island- Havelock

ISLANDS OF ANDAMAN

ISLANDS OF ANDAMAN

Duration: 4 Nts/5 Days
Destination Covered: Portblair- Neil Island- Havelock

Camel Safari in Ladakh

Camel Safari in Ladakh

Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days
Camel Safari in Ladakh

Treasures of Sikkim

Treasures of Sikkim

Duration: 13 (7 Nights / 8 Days)
Destination: (Gangtok 3N – Lachung 2N – Pelling 2N)

Taj and Ganges Tour

Taj and Ganges Tour

Duration : 13 Nights / 14 days
Destination Covered : Delhi – Jaipur – Agra – Khajuraho – Varanasi – Kathmandu – Royal Chitwan Park – Kathmandu – Delhi

Wildlife Tour

Wildlife Tour

Duration : 09 Nights / 10 Days.
Destinations covered : Delhi – Sariska – Jaipur – Ranthambore – Bharatpur – Agra

Kya tour Hai

Kya tour Hai

Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days

Destination Covered:Delhi-Manali-Katra-Vaishnodevi-Delhi

Kangra Valley Magic

Kangra Valley Magic

Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days
Destination: Delhi – Palampur – Khajjiar – Dalhousie – Dharamshala – Chandigarh

Himalayan Wonder

Himalayan Wonder

Duration: 23 Nights / 24 Days
Destination: Delhi – Leh – Kargil – Ringdon – Padum – Mune – Dortzon – Purne – Thable – Gomborajan – Lakong – Chuminakpo – Zanskar Sumdo – Palamu – Darcha – Manali – Nalagarh – Delhi

Mind- Body & Soul

Mind- Body & Soul

Duration: 16 Nights / 17 Days
Destinations Covered: Delhi – Agra – Jaipur – Delhi – Haridwar – Ananda – Rishikesh – Delhi

Gems Of India

Gems Of India

Duration: 7 Nights/ 8 Days
Destinations Covered: Delhi, Jaipur, Agra, Jhansi, Orchha, Khajuraho, Varanasi, Delhi & Back.

Backwater & Beach Delight

Backwater & Beach Delight

Duration: 05Nights/06Days
Designation: Cochin – Kumarakom – Houseboat – Kovalam

Bird Watching Tours India

Bird Watching Tours India

Duration : 11 Nights / 12 Days
Destinations : Delhi – Narkanda – Sangla – Sarahan – Tirthan Valley – Banjar Valley

Golden Triangle With Ranthambore

Golden Triangle With Ranthambore

Golden Triangle With Ranthambore

Duration: 07 Nights / 08Days
Destinations: Delhi – Agra- Jaipur – Ranthambhore-Delhi
Package Cost: Starting from Rs. 22499/- Per Person (Valid from 1st Oct2013 to 30-Mar-2014)

Golden Triangle With Nepal -Tibet

Golden Triangle With Nepal -Tibet

Duration: 19 Nights / 20 Days
Destinations covered: Delhi – Agra – Kathmandu – Gorkha – Pokhara – Tansen – Chitwan – Tsedang – Gyangtse – Shigatse – Lhasa

Golden Triangle With Corbett

Golden Triangle With Corbett

Duration :- 10 days/ 9 nights
Destination :- Red Fort- Jama Masjid – Qutub Minar – Jaipur – Chokhi dhani – Amber Fort – Taj Mahal – Corbett National Park

Meghalaya

Meghalaya

A beautiful state situated in north-eastern India, Meghalaya is most conducive for long holidays. Literally meaning, the abode of clouds, the enchanting state of Meghalaya presents many hues of nature. Amongst the variety of attractions, the hill station of Shillong has always been a hot favourite for tourists. Besides, over 300 varieties of orchids, two […]

Manipur

Manipur

Manipur literally meaning a jewel of a land, is a small state nestled deep in a lush green corner of north-east India. Set in an oval-shaped valley amongst smoky blue hills, Manipur seems much like an excellent work of art executed by mother nature herself. The beauty of Manipur once inspired Mrs. St. Clair Grimwood […]

Jharkhand

Jharkhand

Jharkhand, the beautiful state is perched on the eastern side of the Vindhya Hills and at the northern fringes of the Deccan. Bestowed with a number of natural jewels, Jharkhand is known for its rich and diverse culture which draw large number of tourists every year. Carved out of the southern part of the state […]

Vagator Beach.

Vagator Beach.

Vagator is northermost beach of the Bardez Taluka. It is located between the Chapora river and Anjuna beach. Vagator is 32 kms away from the Goa’s capital, Panaji and just 10 kms away from major town of Mapusa. Are you looking for a place where you can relax and rejuvenate by submitting yourself to the […]

Majorda Beach

Majorda Beach

Majorda Beach lies in Salcete Taluka, just south of Utorda and north of Betalbatim. Panaji, the capital of Goa is 37 kms away from Majorda, while the important town of Margao is 10 kms away. If you want complete peace, solitude and relaxation, far from the hustle and bustle of crowded beaches, then Goa’s Majorda […]

Candolim Beach

Candolim Beach

Candolim lies in Bardez Taluka, south of Calangute Beach, the southernmost beach of Bardez, near Reis Magos and Porvorim. Mapusa is the closest big town at a distance of 10 kms, while Panaji, Goa’s capital city is only 13 kms away. If you dream to enjoy an exciting boat trip alongwith spotting mystic sea creatures […]

Varca Beach

Varca Beach

Varca Beach lies in the Salcete Taluka, close to Fatrade, Benaulim and Cavelossim beaches. Benaulim is just 2 kms away from Varca and Margao is 5 kms away from Varca. Children playing on the strand of choppy sea Varca Beach Often referred to as two beaches – Varca and Fatrade or Pedde – Varca is […]

Dona Paula Beach

Dona Paula Beach

Dona Paula is located in west Tiswadi Taluka, just 7 kms south of Panaji, the capital of Goa. The Miramar beach is 3 kms north of Dona Paula and the Vainguinim beach is one km west. Dona Paula beach lies on the southern side of the rocky hammer-shaped headlands which seperate the Mandovi and Zuari […]

Colva Beach

Colva Beach

Colva is located in the Salcete Taluka, 6 kms due east of Margao on the central Salcete coast. The beach is just south of Betalbatim beach (3 kms) and just north of Sernabatim beach (2 kms) and Benaulim beaches. Colva is 40 kms away from the Goan capital, Panaji. With its seemingly endless stretch of […]

Calangute Beach

Calangute Beach

Calangute lies at the centre of the Bardez coast, flanked on its southern side by the village of Candolim beach and on its northern side by the Baga beach. The beach is 10 kms from Mapusa and 16 kms from Goa’s capital Panaji. If you wish to enjoy the Goan nightlife, shop at colurful flea […]

Bogmalo Beach

Bogmalo Beach

Bogmalo is located in Mormugao Taluka, just 4 kms south of Dabolim airport and 10 kms from Vasco da Gama city. An amazing blend of tranquility and modernization, sprinkled with natural beauty, Bogmalo is the place where you can gracefully lose yourself. With pictursque green hills on its three sides, grainy golden sand and fine […]

Benaulim Beach

Benaulim Beach

Benaulim is located in Salcete Taluka, between Sernabatim and Pedde beaches on the central Salcete coast. Margao (8 kms), home to one of the major railway stations of Goa, is the major city near Benaulim. Benaulim is 41 kms away from the Goan capital, Panaji and just two kms away from Goa’s longest beach Colva. […]

Baga Beach

Baga Beach

Baga is located in Badrez Taluka between Calangute and Anjuna beach. The beach is a portion of 30 km stretch of beach coastline along the west coast of Goa. The beach starts at Fort Aguada and finally ends at Chapora beach and Fort. Baga is 10 kms away from Mapusa and 18 kms from Goa’s […]

Anjuna Beach

Anjuna Beach

Anjuna lies at a distance of 18 kms from Panaji in north Bardez Taluka. The beach is a part of 30 km long beach coastline of Western Goa along the Arabian Sea. Anjuna is 8 kms west of Mapusa, just south of Vagator Beach and north of the Baga-Calangute-Candolim stretch. If you want to know […]

Manas National Park

Manas National Park

An extremely beautiful park, situated on the foothills of the Great Himalayas, Manas National Park draws large number of tourists and wildlife lovers as well, from all over the world. Manas National Park spreads over an area of 519.77 sq. kms, out of which 321 sq. kms forms the main core area. Actually, the park […]

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga National Park

Kaziranga, locally meaning ‘where the mountain goat has water,’ is much more than just a wildlife destination, in fact, it is a piece of history. Turned 100-years-old in 2005, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is flanked all along by beautiful tea gardens and tall elephant grass. Situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra River, amidst […]

Humayun’s Tomb

Humayun’s Tomb

Humayuns Tomb- the eldest son of Babur succeeded his father and became the 2nd emperor of the Mughal Empire. Haji Begum, the Persian wife of Humayun, supervised the construction of a tomb for husband in the mid 16th century, this red sand stone, with white and black marble structure is considered to be the predecessor […]

Old Fort

Old Fort

Old Fort Popularly known as Purana Qila. It is constructed by Mughal Emperor  Humanyun. It is believed that the Pandavas had built their capital,Indraprastha at the place where the old fort stands today. It was the seat for administration for many emperors. The Purana Quila has three gates, the Humayun Darwaza, the Bara Darwaza, and […]

Safdarjang tomb

Safdarjang tomb

The Safdarjang tomb – was built in memorial of governor of Awadh named Safdarjung and is located besides the of Safdarjang airport. This tomb was built by the Nawab of Avadh for his father Safdarjung. The tomb has 2 graves located inside it, one that of Safdarjung’s and the other of his wife. The structure […]

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar

Jantar Mantar Few minutes walk from Connaught Place is a collection of Solomon colored structures. These were built by Maharaja JaiSingh and is actually an observatory. Though not as large as its compatriot in Jaipur Jantar Mantar at Delhi is also an attraction for the tourists. These observatories can calculate many astronomical movements very accurately […]

Red Fort

Red Fort

Red Fort Originally Known as Lal-Qila. Built in Red Sand stone this imposing fort is 3 kms in perimeter with the height of the wall varying from 18 to 30 meters at places. When the Red fort was being built Yamuna used to flow on its one sides and there were deep moats on the […]

Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar

Qutub Minar In 1199, Qutbuddin built the Qutab Minar either as a victory tower or as a minaret to the adjacent mosque. From a base of 14.32 mtrs it tapers to 2.75 mtrs at a height of 72.5 mtrs. It is still the highest stone tower in India one of the finest Islamic structures ever […]

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