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Imphal

Imphal is the capital of the Indian state of Manipur. Located in a valley surrounded by hills from which several small rivers flow. In the center of the city are the ruins of the old fort Kangla, which until 2003 were occupied by armed units of the Indian army. Imphal is the world's oldest polo field. As of 2001, the city’s population was 217275 people, 50% of men and 50% of women. The literacy rate is 79%.

Imphal
Omkareshwar

Omkareshwar

Omkareshvar (Omkareswar) is located on Mandhata Island 2 km long and 1 km wide, at the confluence of the rivers Narmada and Kaveri 77 km. south of Indore. Omkareshvar gets its name from the fact that when viewed from the air, the island resembles the sacred symbol OM. Omkareshvar is a pilgrimage place - here is located one of the jyotirlingams and on the island itself all the temples are dedicated to Shiva.

Neil Island

Neil is a small inhabited island located not far from the noisier and tourist neighbor, Havelock Island. Often it is also called shorter, just Nil . Just two hours by ferry (40 km) from the capital of the Andaman Islands, Port Blair , you arrive on a beautiful tropical island, where mountains of fresh fruit, varied and beautiful beaches and azure warm sea await you.

Neil Island
Jaipur

Jaipur

As the capital of Rajasthan it is, in Jaipur there are dozens of places worth seeing and endless things to do. It is true that being one of the largest and most populated cities in northern India at first glance can be a little overwhelming, but if you give it the opportunity, you learn to love it. Between reality and legend, here is the city of Jaipur, a place of infinite charm, built in the shape of a square, because it is a symbol of stability. Today it is famous for its pink colour, but originally it was multicolour. The red rust, applied in 1883, was chosen as a welcome colour for the views of the English monarchs. Arrived in Jaipur one has the impression of having arrived in true India, that of the colours and the sarees of women.

Rudraprayag

Rudraprayag is a small settlement on the way from Haridwar and Rishikesh to Kedarnath and Badrinath , 140 km east of Rishikesh. The Rudraprayag is a holy confluence for the Hindus by the Alakananda (one of the most important tributaries of the Ganges) and the Mandakini.

Rudraprayag
Cuttack

Cuttack

After the comparative serenity of the surrounding countryside, Cuttak acts like a real shock. This former capital of Orissa and its most populous city is a crowded, noisy place, squeezed into a narrow island between a confusion of tributaries and sandy banks on the Mahanandi River. Being a major river crossing on a busy land trade route, stretching from north to south, and a link between the channels that connect the inner zones of Orissa with the sea, the island has become an important strategic point.

Dzongri

The classic trek to Dzongri peak (altitude 4000 meters) in West Sikkim, passing through magnificent rhododendron forests and culminating with the magnificent views of snow clad peaks at Dzongri, caught our immediate attention. Our high energy found an immediate resonance with the chill and thrill of Dzongri, the meeting place of man and mountain gods.

Dzongri
Cherai Beach

Cherai Beach

Cherai Beach in the north of Vipin Island, 25 kilometers from the city of Cochin - a picturesque place on the coast of Kerala. Basically, the ten-kilometer beach is filled with golden sand, but there are large rocky areas of large boulders that protect the coastline from the waves.

Agra

Agra is perhaps the most famous of the tourist cities in India thanks to the Taj Mahal, included in the list of wonders of the world and the UNESCO registry. Moreover, more precisely due to this circumstance, the tourist Agra is one of the most expensive and forensically unsuccessful places in India. Agra is in the state of Uttar Pradesh, 200 km away from Delhi. The towers and domes of the Taj Mahal, reflected in the hot midday haze, the purple walls of the Red Fort, medieval winding streets and loud shouts of Indian merchants. The soul of India lurks in the stones of buildings, and a slight plaque of Islam only adds color to the monuments and aura of the city. Mosques and mausoleums here create a holistic pattern, worthy of study and research. Welcome to Agra, the city of true love and beyond luxury.

Agra
Spituk Gompa

Spituk Gompa

Spituk is a small village on the banks of the Indus River, which houses a picturesque Buddhist monastery. Spituk-gompa was built in the 15th century and belongs to the Gelugpa Buddhist school. In the prayer hall there are impressive frescoes and statues of guardian deities, whose furious faces are open to the public only once a year. The military from a nearby base come to the monastery to worship the deity Kali, who, in fact, is the Buddhist deity Yidam Dorje Jigd.

Uleytokpo

Uletokpo is an enchanting village located 70 kms west to Leh on the Leh – Srinagar Highway. The altitude of Uletokpo is 10, 000ft (3040m). Uletokpo is an ideal stopover for acclimatizing to Ladakh’s climate and altitude. Uletokpo is a central hub in the city.

Uleytokpo
Gokarna

Gokarna

Gokarna is a small village, an important Hindu pilgrimage site, a Mecca a few years ago for Goan tourists. After Hampi, this is the second most popular destination for travelers from Goa. Gokarna is a sacred city, according to legend, it was here that Shiva came from the ear of Prithivi, who took the form of a cow. Hence the name: Gokarna - "cow's ear."

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