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Highlights of Rajasthan
Rajasthan, the land of Kings, with extravagant forts and palaces, temples and festivals is one of India's most visited states, it is certainly one of the most memorable! Rajasthan encapsulates an India of flamboyant mustaches, neon colored turbans, camels loping along city streets, mirrored tapestries and sari's glinting in the sunlight, it is the state of festivals that are guaranteed to dazzle your senses!
The Golden Triangle
The magical Golden Triangle in India is one of India's most popular tourist circuits. Comprising Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, it gets its name from the triangle that these cities form. Roughly located an equal distance of around 200-250 kilometers (125-155 miles) from each other in northern India, the cities provide a classic and unforgettable introduction to the country and its charms.
Known to the devout as Kashi, the Luminious, the City of Light, Varanasi was founded by Shiva and is the oldest living city in the world. Varanasi has maintained its religious life since the sixth century BC in one unbroken and continuous tradition, and stands at the center of the Hindu universe. Situated along the shores of the holy river Ganga, the water front is dominated by ghats where thousands of pilgrims and residents come for their daily ablutions.
One of the most essential stops in a tour of Northern India, the temples of Khajuraho are regarded as the greatest architectural achievement of the Chandella Dynasty. Famed for the exquisite and delicate sensuality of its carvings, they were built during the tenth and twelfth centuries AD before being abandoned and almost forgotten in subsequent dynasties.
Shimla & Kullu Manali
Shimla & Kullu Manali is a beautiful hill station, located amidst the lofty snow capped Himalayas in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Further up the Kullu Valley is the town of Manali. Both are blessed with captivating beauty of nature. Manali also promotes adventure tourism and offers various adventurous sports like heli skiing, skiing, mountain biking, mountain climbing, paragliding, camping and trekking etc.
The Golden Temple, also known as Darbar Sahib is a Gurdwara located in the city of Amritsar, Punjab, India. It is the holiest Gurdwara and the most important place of Sikhisam in India
Song, dance, bright colours and streets activities all are hallmarks of Indian festivals.The Indian sub-continent marked by its wholesome differences in cultures has one thing in common - its the social importance attached to celebrations and festivals. Festivals in India are an integral part of people's life. Festivals of India portray the rich cultural heritage of the country. There is a spectrum of Indian festivals/fairs with significant cultural value.