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DIBRUGARH: INDIA’S ORIGINAL TEA CITY

India's Original Tea City

Dibrugarh, well-connected to the rest of India by three means of transport, has emerged as one of the communication, educational, and industrial hub of North East India. It is positioned 439 km east of Guwahati and serving as a gateway to eastern Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. The British arrived in

COORG: THE SCOTLAND OF INDIA

Coorg City

Coorg, the beautiful tourist destination in Indian state Karnataka, is known as Scotland of India because of its attractive landscape, healthy climate and lush greenery. People, especially the newly married couple, visit this place to have a good family vacation. Coffee and rice plantation are frequently seen in this city. Positioned

CHHINDWARA – THE HOLIEST CITY OF MADHYA PRADESH

Chhindwara Museum

Chhindwara, a city of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, is one of the largest cities in the Satpura Range. It is surrounded by dense forest, river, and lush green field. The meaning of “chhind” means (date palm or khajoor) and “wara” means place. The people live here speak in

KHAJURAHO – A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE CITY

Lakshmana Temple

Khajuraho City is located in Chhatarpur district, and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. The word Khajuraho is based on a Sanskrit word Kharjur, and the meaning is “Date Palm”. Famous for their erotic sculpture, the city had introduced its airport in 1978 to facility

MUZAFFARPUR – THE LAND OF LITCHI

Muzaffarpur Litchi

Muzaffarpur, the fourth most populous city in Bihar, was established in 1875 during the British Raj. This city, which is famous for Shahi Litchi and China Litchi, is known as the Litchi kingdom. The National Litchi Research centre was established in 2001. The Litchi crop is available from May and

BODH GAYA – THE CITY OF BODHI TREE

Lord Buddha, the founder of the Buddhism, was born as Siddhartha to Emperor Śuddhodana. His family name was Gautama, and he married Yashodhara. As luxury lifestyle turned him dissatisfied, Gautama, who married Yashodhara, left his palace in search of peace and understanding of the world’s misfortunes. He said to have

SAKLESHPUR – POOR MAN’S OOTY

Sakleshpur is a hill station city which is located in Hassan district Karnataka, near the western ghat. This beautiful city is situated in the Malnad region on the hills of the biodiversity hotspot of the Western Ghat. It shows a moderate climate and receives typically heavy rainfall during monsoon. Due

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