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Agra is famous as being home to one of the
Seven Wonders of the World-the Taj Mahal.
The architectural splendour of the mausoleums,
the fort and the palaces is vivid reminder
of the opulence of the legendary Mughal
Empire, of which Agra was the capital in
the 16th and early 17th centuries.
is one of the oldest cities in Maharashtra
with a cultural heritage which includes,
the Ajanta - Ellora caves and Daulatabad
fort. Aurangabad is well connected by
air to Mumbai, Delhi and Jaipur. It also
has a number of five star hotels and restaurants.
The capital of Karnataka ranks as one of
the fastest growing cities in Asia. Its
pleasant climate, friendly people, and its
highly educated population have made this
the Silicon Valley of India with almost
all Computer related multinationals setting
up their India head office at Bangalore.
Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister
termed this as "India's city of the
Chennai is the capital city of Tamil Nadu.
Chennai is the fourth largest metropolis
in India. Located on a 17km stretch of the
Coramandel coast, the city is trisected
by the waterways of Cooum and Adyar and
the Buckingham Canal. With a population
of 6 million people, Chennai is a vibrant
city ever growing, expanding and changing
is located on the coast of the Arabian
sea with Kottayam and Alappuzha districts
on the south, Idukki on the east and Thrissur
on the north. The commercial capital and
the most cosmopolitan city of Kerala,
Kochi, in Ernakulam, is also known as
the Queen of the Arabian Sea.
It's hard to think of Delhi as anything but the capital of India but for a surprisingly long time Delhi was not the hot seat of power. Having said that, however, it's also true that Delhi was never exactly a sidekick on the scene of Indian history. All through its long innings, the present capital of India has been an important player. Reasons for this might be found in its geographical location. Delhi has always been a convenient link between Central Asia, the northwest frontiers and the rest of the country. An inscription dating from the time of Asoka, the famous Mauryan king, tells us that Delhi was on the great northern highway of the Mauryas and linked their capital Patliputta (near modern Patna, Bihar) with Taxila (Takshashila), now in Pakistan. This was apparently the route that Buddhist monks took on their way to Taxila, the intellectual hotbed in those days, and Central Asia.
Stretches of silver sand wetted by a rush of blue waters, the sky mirroring the sea below, the strumming of guitars from distant taverns, white churches resting against green paddy fields and coconut groves, long nights spent over brewed feni, longer days of sun, sand and sea. In other words, --- Goa. Yet, there's lot more than sand and sea here. Goa is about style, haute couture and sophistication. The tiny west-coastal state is a slice of the Mediterranean. Being in Goa is as close as one can get to being abroad. No wonder then that the tourists one sees here are international and from all walks of life. There are lords and ladies, bigwigs from Hollywood and Bollywood, businessmen from the world over who seem to find Goa an irresistible place to come to again and again for a holiday.
Gurgaon, formerly known as a sleepy township on the outskirts of Delhi, is today completely endowed with all the modern luxuries under the influence of rapid commercialization and urbanization during the last decade. Just a stone's throw from New Delhi, the city offer a complete amalgam of many modern day necessities starting from exotic shopping malls, real estate, multi-cuisine restaurants, well equipped hospitals, and the highly lucrative BPO firms.
historical Indian city - is located on the
periphery of Madhya Pradesh State, 321 Kms
(199.5 Miles) from Delhi and 121 Kms (76
Miles) from Agra. Rich in cultural heritage
and architectural marvels, Gwalior has the
added advantage of it's proximity to Agra,
the city of Taj Mahal, Khajuraho, the city
of great temples and Delhi, the national
is the capital of Andhra Pradesh. The name
itself brings up vision of a vibrant city
of minarets and modern high - rise buildings.
A natural and sophisticated blend of old
and new - an old 'Nawabi' culture with a
new pro-active approach and hospitality.
is the capital city of Rajasthan. The
old Jaipur painted in Pink can grip any
visitor with admiration. Stunning backdrop
of ancient forts Nahargarh, Amer, Jagarh
and Moti Dungri are dramatic testimonials
of the bygone era and a reminder of their
is well connected to the cities like Mathura,
Delhi, Chandigarh, Kanpur, Lucknow, Varanasi,
Agra, Chitrakoot, etc. Uttar Pradesh State
Road Transport Corporation plies several
buses to these cities. Various privately
run luxury buses are also available. Jhansi
falls on National Highway No. 25 and 26
that in turn are linked by a good network
is one of the most important cities, lying
on the edge of the Thardesert in western
Rajasthan. This region, earlier known as
marwar also has Bikaner and Jaisalmer as
a part of the Desert Triangle. Interestingly,
it originally belonged to the Rathore of
Kanauj ( now in modern Utter Pradesh) who
shifted after the city was sacked by Mohammed
Ghori in 1193 AD.
in the heart of Central India, in the
state of Madhya Pradesh, Khajuraho is
a fascinating village with a quaint rural
ambience and a rich cultural heritage.
The fascinating temples of Khajuraho,
India's unique gift of love to the world,
represent the expression of a highly matured
civilization. It is one of the top tourist
places of India.
the bustling capital city of West Bengal, is the hub of Bengali culture in India. The city which is the cultural capital of whole India and the commercial capital of Eastern India was earlier known as Calcutta as it was pronounced since the British rule and has changed to Kolkata officially in 2001. It has derived the name from Kalikata, which is a village name in the area before the British arrival, means the land of Goddess "Kali". Kolkata boasts of a rich cultural heritage, evident in its distinct cuisine, clothing, lifestyle, its literature and even architecture.
Kolkata is a cosmopolitan city where people, technology and ideas have blended together with the socio-political culture to give the city a new shape and hence it is the second largest city of India. The city is full of historical monuments and palaces and is therefore also called the "The City of Palaces". Its glorious history dates back to 1690 when it was selected by the British for their trade settlements.
The Golden city of the east is the
capital city of Uttar Pradesh and is popularly
called the city of Nawabs and Kababs. Though
it is rapidly modernising, it has still
kept its past glory and is known for its
cultural refinement. It is also associated
with legendary hospitality, leisurely moods
of life and world-renowned cuisine. The
city offers plenty of places of historical
interest to tourists. The popular Parsi
theatre originated from the Urdu theatre,
and the Tabla and Sitar were first heard
on the streets of Lucknow
is one of South India's great temple towns,
Madurai is synonymous with the celebrated
Meenakshi Temple. Situated on the banks
of river Vaigai, Madurai has a rich cultural
heritage passed on from the great Tamil
era more than 2500 years old. Madurai
was an important cultural and commercial
centre even as early as 550 AD. It was
the capital city for the great Pandya
million people live in Mumbai - industrialists,
film-stars, artists, workers, teachers
and clerks - all living cheek-by-jowl
in soaring skyscrapers and sprawling slums.
They come from diverse ethnic backgrounds
and speak over a dozen tongues, adding
colour, flavour and texture to the Great
Mumbai Melting Pot.
Tiruchirappalli, situated on the banks of the river Cauvery is the fourth largest city in Tamil Nadu. It was a citadel of the early Cholas which later fell to the Pallavas. Trichy is a fine blend of tradition and modernity built around the Rock Fort. Apart from the Fort, there are several Churches, Colleges and Missions dating back to the 1760s. The town and its fort, now in Trichy were built by the Nayaks of Madurai. This city has given great Tamil scholars whose contributions to the Tamil literature have been very significant.
is the capital of Kerala and situated
on the west coast of India, near the extreme
south of the mainland and has an area
of 2,192 square kilometers. It is also
by far, the largest and most populous
city in the state.
is also famous for its beaches and has
grown into a major tourism and commercial
center. With the international airport
situated in the city, it serves as a gateway
Udaipur city was founded by Maharana Udai Singh II in 1568, after his citadel Chittorgarh was sacked by Mughal Emperor Akbar. The legends says that Udai Singh was guided by a holy man meditating on the hill near Pichola Lake to establish his capital on this very spot.
The land of Varanasi (Kashi) has been the ultimate pilgrimage spot for Hindus for ages. Often referred to as Benares, Varanasi is the oldest living city in the world. These few lines by Mark Twain say it all: "Benaras is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend and looks twice as old as all of them put together".