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Standing 1930 meters tall, this mountain lies in the Baba Budan Giri range. It is the tallest mountain of Karnataka and one of the tallest in South India. There is a road paved to reach the peak of the mountain by vehicle. But a walk may be a good idea as you will get a feeling of walking into the clouds and further you will find yourself walking above clouds. The experience will leave you speechless. The view you get to see when you reach the peak is quite amazing and simply out of this ...
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This is a popular holiday retreat in Thane. The spot houses Sanjay Gandhi National Park which is a home to 12 species of animals and 78 species of birds. It is a pollution free hill station famous for its 150-year-old holy shrine of Mama Bhanja and hence it is popularly known as as Mama Bhanja Hills. You will come across the renowned Swami’s Math, one of the favorite among visitors, on these hills. If you are a nature lover, have an affinity for serenity and a wildlife     enthusiast who ...
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Located at an altitude of 4100 feet, it is an ideal place to beat the scorching sun and breathe in some cool air. This place allows you to vent out that adrenaline rush you had kept it in you with activities such as zorbing, rappelling, trekking, running bungee and rock climbing among others. It is one of those places where you can either go with your family or friends or just yourself.   Entry Fee: Free Timings During The Day Address Madanapalle,Chittoor,Andhrapradesh  
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Located just 6 kilometers from the Hubli railway station, this highest spot offers you a full view of the city. This is one of the ideal picnic spots and is recently renovated by the administration. There is a nominal fee of Rupees 10 and you can walk up to the peak. Visit Duration
2 to 3 hours. Address
Nrupatunga Hill, Vidya Nagar, Hubli, Karnataka, India.
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This hill is famous for its treacherous trekking path and the Veerabhadra temple atop the hill. The temple is associated with the epic Ramayana as it is believed that Sugriva, ruler of Kishkinda, hid in a cave here. The peak of the hill gives you a splendid panoramic view of the erstwhile capital city of the mighty Vijayanagara Empire including the Virupaksha temple, Tungabhadra River and ruins of Achyutaraya Temple among others. Don’t miss the sight of sunset here and the experience is inde...
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Located around 25 kilometers north of Chikmagalur city, it is a famous and one of the sacred pilgrimage sites for Hindus and Muslims alike. It is also called as Dattagiri Hill Range. There is a cave shrine (Dattatreya Peetha) of the Sufi mystic, Hazrat Dada Hayath Mir Khalander. The shrine of Deviramma Betta is a major tourist attraction here. Just 2 kilometers from this place is the ‘Manyakyadhara’ waterfall, another famous tourist / picnic spots. This place has a historical significance...
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Located about 50 km from Leh on the Leh-Kargil-Srinagar national highway is a very popular attraction of an interesting effect it creates. From a certain place on the highway, it is believed that there exist a some magnetic power which pulls the car uphill even when its engines are off. However in reality, this phenomenon is just an optical illusion; a prank played by the Earth. There are certain places in the world which even though have a slight declination seem to uphill. Such sites are c...
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The excavations on this archaeological site located on the hill of Ramagiri have led to the discovery of edicts of Emperor Ashoka. This place holds religious significance. Myth is that it was at this place Jatayu, a demi-god fought with Ravana in the form of a vulture when Ravana abducted Sita to Lanka.

Jatayu who was later martyred by Ravana got his last rituals done by Lord Rama here. Rama installed a Shiva linga at this very place which was later converted into famous Rameshwara ...
Dhauli giri bhubaneswar
This site which changed the course of life of King Ashoka, a Mauryan King. It was on this site where the battle of Kalinga was fought, the bloodshed in this gruesome war was so much that the river Daya turned red. When seeing this, King Ashoka renounced his kingship and the kingdom and took up Bhuddhism. Rock edicts found here support the story of why King Ashoka renounced everything to become a Buddhist monk. According to the excavations by ASI, Rock Edicts No. 1-10, 14 and 2 other Kalin...
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This hill which is 640 meter from the sea level and 260 feet from the city level is known for his breathtaking landscape. This is the second highest hill of the city and is frequently visited by joggers and green lovers. There are five temples here, but the main deity of this temple is the Parvati temple which was built by a Peshwa king Nanasaheb Peshwa in 1749. This temple has many miracles which are one of the foundations of the temple’s popularity and faith. The temple is built using B...
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