Kerala has immense potential for nature tours especially for nature and beauty lovers. Kerala has it all, hills covered with luxuriant and natural greenery, beaches. Moreover, Kerala has acres of coconut palms, rice barges, temples and many more. No wonder, it has been aptly named as "God's Own Country" Which eventually makes it one of the most popular destinations in India amongst the travelers from India and abroad. When the place comes of tourist spots, one cannot stop himself from places like Cochin, Manner, Alleppey, and Kumarakom, which offer an additional flavor for people traveling to Kerala.
Located on the west coast of India, Mumbai is the commercial capital of India, where thousand of people come for their trade and business. Moreover, for visitors, who want to see Mumbai, then the best season is in between the months of September and April. The weather is then relatively dry and cool.
Agra (Taj Mahal)
Agra another, historical place located on the barks of river yamuna, and has achieved it fames because of the seventh wonder of the world “The Taj Mahal”.
Rajasthan is known as the land of colors and kings. The land is encompasses most of the area of the large and wide Great Indian Desert. Rajasthan is famous for the majestic forts, intricately carved temples and attractively decorated mahals, which were built by Rajput kings. Capital
The foundation of the city was laid on 15 December 1911. It was planned by two leading 20th century British architects namely Sir Edwin Lutyens and Sir Herbert Baker. The new Capital was christened "New Delhi" in 1927, and subsequently inaugurated on 13 February 1931, by British India's Viceroy Lord Irwin. On 12 December 2011, New Delhi celebrated 100 years of Capitalship, making it another landmark year in the long history of the historic capital of the region of Delhi. New Delhi is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Humayun's Tomb and the Qutub complex. There are areas like...
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