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Bangalore or Bengaluru … as you hear of the name you may think only about IT. No … you have mistaken and this is where you are wrong! ... In fact this capital city of the South Indian state of Karnataka is one of the most sought out tourist destinations in India. Bangalore, though for years is popularly known as "Garden City", has slowly evolved into "Silicon Valley of India", and the transformation has been amazing in every aspect. Bengaluru, which got its name from the Kannada (Karnataka's...
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The city of pearls, lakes and IT companies is the city of Hyderabad. The city is filled with thousands of light that adds value to its heritage attractions. Feel the panorama of the past from its rich mixed culture and tradition. The city is flooded with flavours that blends the royal zest along with mouth watering and yummy Hyderabad Biryani which is prepared in the so called Shahi style that would make you feel royal. The biryani is garnished with a leaf of mint ,golden fried onion and an ...
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Chennai is the gateway of South India. Interesting facts about the face of the cultural capital of India. Apart from being the cultural city it is also a part of the intellectual and historic events in India. The Dravidian citizens remind us the flare they posses towards different dance forms, Architecture, Music and Fine arts. Chennai is one of the cradles for Carnatic music and film industry with multiple studios which make movie in languages like Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada and Hind...
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Mumbai is one of the most happening cities in India. It's throbbing night life makes it one of the busiest and prosperous city in India. Mumbai is the second home for some of the famous Corporate houses. It has become one of the most happening places from its multi million dollar making film industry. Apart from this, the wonderful beaches of Mumbai have added more beauty to the busy city. Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the biggest festivals celebrated to promote culture and nationalism. Mumbai ...
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Kolkata, also known as Calcutta, capital of West Bengal state. It got its name from the anglicized version of Kalikata which is derived form the word Kalikshetra (means ground of Godess Kali). This is one of the reason why Durga Pooja and Kali Pooja  holds a prominent place in the city.You would definitely regret missing the Howrah Bride since, it is one of the busiest cantilever bridge in the world. Places that would convert your boring day into an exciting one are Victorial Memorial, Kolka...
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Thinking of Nasik, one would always recollect the symbol of divinity. This city has positioned itself very strongly in the top holiest places in India. Most of us have grown up hearing the epic story of Ramayan which talks about the history behind this place. Lord Rama along with Sita and Lakshmana spent some time in Nasik during their exile. Silverware is very famous here and it’s one among other things that everyone boasts about is their craftsmanship. Not only religious, Nasik is  also fi...
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Nagpur also popularly known as “Orange city” is the second largest city in Maharashtra, and second greenest city in India. This city is known for its sprawling and seamless infinite metropolis transport hub with most of the major high ways intersecting here. Apart from this, the city holds its political importance as the headquarters of the Hindu nationalist organization RSS is located here.Who does not love shopping? Irrespective of sex, age and gender. Nagpur is one such place that will de...
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Nellore is one of the fastest developing cities in Andhra Pradesh, located on the banks of river Penna. This city is considered as a prominent home for temples and agriculture. Nellore is best known for its infrastructure and cityscapes in Seemandhra.Nellore is one such place that was under the rule of dynasties such as Mauryan Empire, Pallavas, Chollas, and many others.  Even today you get to witness the influence of all the dynasties in their architecture of the ancient temples. To name on...
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Nizamabad enthralls all its tourists with its charming landscapes and historical places. To name a few, Domakonda fort, Koulas Fort, Sri Raghunath Aalayam, Dichpally Ramalayam, Sri Nella Kanteshwara Aalayam and Badapahad. This place is filled with rich ancient culture that is bestowed by the dynasties ruled during that period.Many of us might not be aware of the history behind this place, so here it goes. The name Nizamabad was derived from the great Nizam of Hyderabad Asaf Jahi VI. Prior to...
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Bhubaneswar is an apt place for tourists who are spiritually inclined towards mythological and archeological elements. The history of this much known city stretches its branches over 2000 years approximately. This city first came into lime light when it was the ancient capital of Kalinga. The city got its name after Tribhuvaneshwar, who is the Lord of three worlds. Apart from this you would be really interested to know that Puri, Konarak, and Bhuvaneshwar forms the golden triangle which is o...
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