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Chickmaglur is located in the western region of Karnataka. The literal translation of the word in Kannada is          “ town of the younger daughter”. This town was a gift given to the youngest daughter of Rukmandha who is the chief of Sakrepanta. The place looks more like an art created in the mountainous background which is hidden full of surprises. There is nothing that is lacking in this location. Tourists have lots of wonderful things to look at like the beautiful mountains, historical ...
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Chitradurga is situated in the Northwest of Bangalore. The city is considered as a land of valour and chivalry. Chitradurga got its name from Chitrakaladurga. One interesting fact about this place found by the archaeologists is the granite hills that are fetched below the ground which is said to be traced from the 3rd millennium B.C. To your surprise they have found the evidence of Emperor Ashoka located near Bharmanagari which clearly proves that Chitragurga was a part of the Mauryan Empire...
Ooty botanical garden
Ooty also called as “Queen of hill stations” is the one of the popular hill station in South India. Goddess nature has been quite generous with this places as she has showered all her love throughout the place. Think? Elsewhere can you find such picturesque lush green forests that is filled with both coffee and tea plantations, apart from eucalyptus and pine trees.
Tourists from all over the world would definitely make it a point to visit Ooty at least once in a life time for some or the...
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Manali popularly known as the “Queen of Valleys” is a stunning refreshing hill station that is surrounded by snow clad mountains and pine wood forests. Manali is known for its colorful blossoms, slopes, clear skies and dense forests. Apart from the impressive peaks there are many eye popping tourist places that are mostly visited by tourists from all over the country are Beas Kund, Chandrakhani Pass, Rohtang Pass, Solang, Vashisht villaga and Parvati Valley. A perfect place for all the adven...
Kozhikode guide h
Kozhikode also known as Calicut, is popular for its immaculate beaches, spice gardens and scenic beauty. Kappad beach is not only known for its beauty but also has its own importance in the history. The Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama had set his foot first on the shores of this beach. Apart from this, you have a temple situated beside this long stretched beach which is about 800 years old. The locals call this beach as Kappakkadavu. Make sure you don’t miss visiting the Thikkoti Light Hou...
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