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Top Ten Destinations in India for This Festive Season
These are the top 10 destinations of India for this festive season. Please note that there is huge bookings of hotels, bus tickets, and transport tickets for these places. If you choose to visit any of these, be sure to utilize our links for booking and book in advance.
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1) New Delhi
Connaught place is the center of Delhi or the CBS. Buses to all parts of Delhi starts from here. The most important roads also start from here, or touch it. Offices, shops, hotels, airline offices, banks and tourism agencies, all can be found here. Palika bazaar, an underground air conditioned market is also at CP. The outer ring of Connaught place is called Connaught circus. The place is also known for its CP market and the beautiful architectures all the buildings around display.
Spread across a territory of 5 km, Mumbai was built on seven contiguous Islands, such as, Kolaba, Fort, Baikala, Parel, Orley, Matunga and Mahim. More than 457 fishermen families used to stay on the banks of the ocean. The city had got its world famous shape and looks, due to the artistic touch given by the immensely talented architect Gerald Aungier, Father of Bombay.
The capital of the state of Karnataka, Bangalore, has seen a huge development since 1970 and has become one of the most important hi-tech cities of Asia. It is now the IT hub of India. Also popularly known as “the garden city”, Bangalore or Bengaluru is one of the five most stunning garden cities of the entire world. The sixth largest city of India, located at an altitude of 921 meters, is pulling plenty of tourists for its salubrious and beautiful climate.
The city of Chennai, covering 19 km of area, is situated on the lingering banks of Karamandal. The capital of Tamilnadu, Chennai, is one of the prime cities of South India and is the entrance to the South India. The 4th largest city of India, Chennai, is the homeland of 6 million Tamils.
25th Indian state, Goa, is the 28th state of India according to its volume. It is one of the most enticing tourists’ destinations of India. Surrounded by the Arabian ocean at the western side, Goa is protected by the soaring Sahyadri hill, made up of granite and basalt stones, positioned at the eastern tip of Goa. The Sindhudurg district and Koriya district are acting as the boundaries towards northern and southern sides of Goa.
Jaipur had derived its name in 1734 from the name of the ancient king of Jaipur. Jaipur is a dream city for many. It welcomes swarms of holiday makers with the pretty monuments and colorful edifices. Red and pink sandstones were used to decorate the dotted buildings of Jaipur. Hence, it is popularly known as the “Pink City”.
Agra is the most popular destination of Uttar Pradesh, and possibly India. The revered Taj Mahal resides in Agra. Taj Mahal features in the top of the latest seven wonders of the world, which was arrived at, after a worldwide voting.
Hyderabad and Secundrabad, the twin city of Andhra Pradesh, both look beautiful to the traveler’s eyes. Undulating lands and surrounding hills of Granite stones along with the soaring and well designed buildings create an eye soothing locale. At an elevation of 610 meters, the twin cities are separated from each other by the awe inspiring Hussein Sagar. These cities are well known as the “Budapest” of India as well.
The capital on Bengal is possibly the most romantic place of India. Over the years, its economic condition has deteriorated, courtesy the wrong government policies, major influx of refugees from Bangladesh, apathy of government and more.
But still the city has managed to survive, and is doing a fresh effort to rise to its former glory. If Kolkata is not visited, then India tour remains incomplete.
10) Cochin or Kochi
Kochi, formerly known as Cochin, is a port city of South India. At the junction of the Arabian Sea and backwater, Kochi, comprises of 10 neighboring Islands. It is said that the name of Cochin was derived from the Kochu River. Kochi, is the second important port city of India after Mumbai.