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    Mahabodhi Temple Complex

    Bodhgaya, Bihar, India
    2 reviews

    Because I've been knowing the story of Buddha in my entire life, visiting Mahabodhi Temple was very special to me. This is one of the most modest UNESCO sites I've ever been. Sit under the bodhi tree where Buddha did, and feel the tranquility.

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    Kangra District, Himachal Pradesh
    2 reviews

    It's a 4-hour hike from the Tibetan town of McLeod Ganj to the Himalayan foothill of Triund, but many travelers find that the views of the surrounding mountains make this well worth the walk. A lot of people make the trek up early in the morning and then walk down before sun sets, although those with a bit of time ...

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    Lodhi Gardens

    Lodi Rd, New Delhi, DL, India
    10 reviews

    Popular among young lovers, joggers, and India's version of yummy-mummies out for a stroll with their kids and nannies, Lodhi Gardens is one of the prettiest spots in Central Delhi. It's home to a handful of small Lodhi-era tombs that are free for the public to explore. You'll see plenty of picnickers, frisbee enthusiasts, and birds in the park, but ...

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    Tushita Meditation Centre

    Dharamkot, McLeod Ganj, Himachal Pradesh 176219, India
    1 review

    Tushita is a great place to learn more about Tibetan Buddhism, and offers regular 10-day-long residential courses for those new to the tradition throughout the year. They also have a few retreats for those who have already taken their basic course, as well as drop-in guided meditations. Note that silence is kept throughout the beginners retreats, except during lectures when ...

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    Sivananda Ashram - The Divine Life Society

    Rishikesh, Uttaranchal, India
    1 review

    Highly regarded by thousands of western seekers, the Sivananda Ashram holds classes in both basic hatha yoga and in less body-based disciplines. Visitors to Rishikesh (the self-proclaimed 'Yoga Capital of the Universe') can be heard remarking in the streets, "Oh, it's amazing there. You can just feel the Sivananda energy filling you!" If this sounds like your scene, jump in ...

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    Taj Mahal

    Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
    122 reviews

    This masterpiece, arguably build in memory of a woman, is probably one of the most romantic sights in the world. In fact, the mausoleum is the greatest architectural accomplishment in the Mughal era built in the 16th century, and it is a member of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. The experience is so extraordinary that a trip to India for ...

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    Agra Fort

    Rakabganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
    35 reviews

    Awesome. The beauty of the Fort the awesome history of the Fort and the Muslim invasion of India is insightful. The wealth absorbed in building the beautiful fort and the other sites are tremendously inspiring and and also saddening.

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    Jantar Mantar

    Pink City, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
    17 reviews

    The awesome science and level of knowledge achieved by India is astounding. It was a shocking experience to witness the level of development in physics and Mathematics that the ancient Indians possessed. I was rudely awakened to the fact that lots of modern western science and math was actually just rediscovered and had already been know in Asian society. I ...

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    Cherakara Tea Plantation

    Wayanad, India
    4 reviews

    British built tea plantation left largely undiscovered. Very kind to us on the day we visited with a full tour of the working factory and explanation of the tea making process. Others we spoke to weren't so lucky, but were able to have a walk through the rows of green, growing tea at least.

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    Annamalaiyar Temple

    Tindivanam Road, Thiruvannaamalai, India
    4 reviews

    Covering more than ten hectares, this massive temple to Shiva looks like it is about to call down the mother ship at any moment. Filled with intricate carvings and a magic atmosphere, construction began in the 9th century.

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    Old Delhi

    Delhi, India
    34 reviews

    If you want a tour of the real Delhi this is the tour for you. All the sights, sounds and smells of Delhi are available to you but probably rarely found on other trips. Delving deep into the real life of Delhi this is an incredibly interesting walk with a few quirks thrown in. It really is worth your while ...

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    Red Fort Complex

    Chandni Chowk, Delhi, India
    32 reviews

    Red Fort needs no introduction. It is a UNESCO inscribed World Heritage Site which speaks volume about its cultural value. Red Fort also happens to be the last of historical cities established in Delhi. It was - as was the tradition of rulers building their own capital - eastablished as the capital of Mughal Empire by Shah Jahan and named ...

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  • 13


    hyderabad to afsulgunj(charminar)
    5 reviews

    nice char minar at nizam city of south india :

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    Brahmakumaris, Om Shanti Retreat Centre (ORC)

    NH 8, Gurgaon, Haryana 122413, India
    1 review

    A lovely peaceful relaxing escape from the rest of India. Superb Gardens, A spectacular Museum and Display of India's history. The duty of care and wonderful treatment by the caretakers was phenomenal. The Pyramid meditation room was a level of peace and easy relaxation never before experienced. Also its free to visit, just call and book. If you are lucky ...

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    Palace of the Winds

    Kanwar Nagar, Ramchandra Chaukari, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
    25 reviews

    Hawa Mahal means wind palace and was built for ladies of the court so that they could observe the goings on in the city while maintaining purdah, or covering of the face. This place gets its name because it's windows and trellises are designed in such a way that air passes through easily, creating an electricity-free system of air conditioning. ...

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    Lotus Temple

    Delhi, India
    42 reviews

    This is an awesome temple.Look the architecture. Love the serenity of this place. There one have to remain silent in all moves. But mostly people perhaps do not know what exactly they are visiting. How silence is associated to word temple.

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    The City Palace

    Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
    14 reviews

    Seat of Maharajas of Jaipur, City Palace is a must visit place in Jaipur. This massive palace has many impressive structures inside. Here you could get a glimpse into the opulence and lifestyle of erstwhile kings of Jaipur. There are vehicles at display at Bhaggi Khana and Diwan-i-Aam has been converted into an art gallery. Mubarak Mahal has been converted ...

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    Amber Fort

    NH8, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
    22 reviews

    The fort was splendid. The walls that surround the fort WOW, the size and intricate work of the columns and the artistry is amazing. The shopping area and the snake charmers and the puppet show was great. The merchants were not trust-wordy. The moment they see a tourist they will try and rob you with the pricing. So don't buy. ...

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    Mysore Palace

    Mysore, Karnataka, India
    16 reviews

    Mysore Palace is the 2nd most visited sight in India after the Taj Mahal in Agra. The fine grey granite residence of the Royal family, the Wodeyar dynasty, features ceremonial halls, courtyards and a treasury of artwork and sculptures. Don’t forget to look up inside rooms, capped by elegant deep-pink marble domes. Plan a visit for Sunday night when the ...

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  • 20

    Baby Taj

    NH 93, Moti Bagh, Etmadpur, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
    8 reviews

    I would actually consider the Baby Taj more beautiful than the big Taj at an up close perspective. The detail is just extraordinary. The Baby Taj isn't big and won't take long, but you shouldn't leave Agra without visiting.

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