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۞ Uttranchal
Uttranchal, now known as Uttarakhand became the 27th state of India on 9th November, 2000 . Uttarakhand borders Tibet to the north, Nepal to the east, and the states of Himachal Pradesh in west Uttar Pradesh in the south.

   

۞ Goa
Goa is mainly known for its beaches. People come to laze on the beaches. In recent years it has been realized that this is not enough. As a result the number of activities were offered to the tourists and now theses activities have become a major source of enjoyment.   

   

۞ Rajasthan
Rajasthan the land of the kings, is India at its exotic and colorful best with its battle scarred forts, its palaces of breathtaking grandeur and whimsical charm, its riotous colors and even its romantic sense of pride and honor.

   

۞ Himachal
It is the land of eternal snow in the north-west of India. The literal meaning of Himachal is 'Land of Snow'. It is also known as 'Dev Bhoomi' ( the land of Gods). The capital of the state is Shimla and other major towns include Solan, Dharamshala, Kangra, Mandi, Kullu, Chamba, Hamirpur,

   

۞ Kerala
The locals call it "God's own country", and there is no denying that Kerala is spectacular. Lined with palm trees and golden beaches, the state's famous back waters are quite stunning. Forty lazy rivers run through canals and rice paddies from the Western Ghats down to the sea.

   

۞ Kashmir
For centuries travelers have been drawn to Kashmir, India's northernmost state. until the late 1980s, it was one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia, and many a Bollywood starlet has been filmed against the backdrop of Kashmir's stun­ning mountain scapes.

   

۞ Bihar
Bihar has Bodh Gaya which is is One of the holiest site in the Buddhist religion and the only Bihari pilgrim­age site that attracts non-Buddhist tourism. One of the most significant events in the history of Asia took place here in the 6th century BC, when Prince Siddhartha Gautama attained enlightenment under the famous pipal tree.

   

۞ Delhi
New Delhi is the capital of India and also the third largest city. The city actually consists of two parts. Delhi or Old Delhi was the capital of Moslem India between the 12th and 19th century. In Old Delhi you will find many mosques, monuments and torts relating in India's Moslem history. The other Delhi is New Delhi, the imperial city created as A CAPITAL of India by the British.

Delhi India Gate

 

۞ Mumbai
Mumbai is an island, connected by bridges with the mainland. At one time it was actually a number of islands and low swampy areas indicate where these divisions once were.

Mumbai

 
   

۞ Chennai
Chennai is India's fourth largest city and capital of Tamil Nadu state but despite its size it is an example of how pleasant other Indian cities might be if they were not so overcrowded.

Chennai
   

۞ Kolkata
Calcutta is the largest city in India and by now may be ahead of London as the largest city in the British Common-wealth. It's an often ugly and desperate place that to many people sums up the worst of India yet it's also one of the more fascinating centres in India and has some scenes of rare beauty.

   

 ۞ Banglore
Though a modern, bustling city which is fast expanding into an important industrial centre, Bangalore remains one of India's pleasantest. The central area of the city is studded with beautifully laid out parks and gardens, wide tree-lined avenues, imposing buildings and lively bazaars. Situated 1000 metres above sea level and with a very pleasant climate it's the city to which people from all over India and from abroad have gone to look for work

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۞ Sikkim
Until fairly recently Sikkim ('New House') was an independent Himalayan kingdom though in treaty relations with the Indian government which allowed the latter to control Sikkim's foreign affairs and defense. In 1975, however, following a period of political crises and riots in the capital, Gangtok, India annexed the country and Sikkim became the 22nd Indian state.

Sikkim
   

۞ Ooty
Known as Udagamandalara in Tamil, this hill station in the Nilgiri mountains near the tri-junction of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka was founded by the British in the early part of the 19th century to serve as the summer headquarters of the government of Madras. Before that time it was inhabited by the Todas, a tribal people, whose remnants still live in the area and whose animist shrines can still be seen at various places.

Ooty
   

۞ Agra
At the time of the time of Moghuls in the 16th and 17th centuries, Agra was the capital of India and its superb monuments date from that era. In particular Agra has its magnificent fort and the building which many people have visited India solely to see – the taj mahal. Situated on the banks of the Yamuna River, with its crowded alleys and its predatory rickshaw riders, Agra is much like any other north Indian city, once you’re away from these Imposing reminders of Moghul splendour.

Agra
   

   

۞ Hyderabad
Like Bijapur, further to the west in neighboring Karnataka state, Hyderabad is an important centre of Islamic culture and offers central India's counterpart to the Moghul splendors of the northern cities of Delhi, Agra and Fatehpur Sikri. Consisting of the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, It is the capital of Andhra Pradesh state and famous as the former seat of the Nizams of Hyderabad, the last of whom was one of the richest men in the world.

Hyderabad
   

 
 
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