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I love Goa. It is so beautiful and relaxing being there. Do carry a swimsuit -- it's impossible to get a decent one in Indian stores.
I have lived in Bhopal for years and it's good.
It is home to numerous public sector heavy industries, software companies, aerospace, telecommunications, machine tools, heavy equipment, and defense establishments. Bangalore is referred to as the Silicon Valley of India due to its pre-eminent position as the leading contributor to India's IT industry. Bangalore has …
Pune is one of the best cities of India with good educational and sound IT Infrastructure. The city gives huge opportunities to people from all the trades. It hosts good hostels, hospitals, colleges, and IT companies.
Darjeeling is good.
I went to school in Mussoorie when I was in grade school, it's a great place to be at and the wheather is awesome, people are nice and friendly. Everyone speaks English so as long as you can speak English you'll have a great time. It's a place for people who want to go visit hill stations and be able to see the …
Dalhousie is very good place.
Varanasi is wonderful -- a great place to visit.
Udaipur is famous as the lake city in Rajasthan. Of the seven man-made lakes in the area, Lake Pichola is the most famous one, with expensive hotels and restaurants located within the lake that you can only get to by boat. For those of us who are not crazy rich, there is a boat tour you can take around the lake, which …
Chennai (formerly -- and in some cases locally still -- known as Madras) is the capital of the Southern India state of Tamil Nadu. As it's of the major metropolises in India, Chennai offers a lot of variety when it comes to accommodation, entertainment, cultural, and gastronomic experiences. The city is huge, but …
Madurai is a large city in southern India. While for the locals it is best known as a major educational hub with some impressive schools, there are quite a number of things to do during your stay here. You most likely will not need more than a day at best. At the top of the list for Indian history is the Gandhi …
Like other cities in India, Mumbai is huge and busy, but you will immediately notice the European feel of the place in the architecture, the wide streets, and roundabouts and just the general persona of the city. Mumbai is a city of stark contrasts, however -- poverty coinciding with extreme wealth; traditional …
Anjuna is an area in the northern region of Goa and is one of the most popular areas in Goa for backpackers to visit. It takes approximately an hour and a half to get to here from the airport or the train station depending on traffic and this can be quite expensive. The area itself is stunning. The beach has bars …
Prepare to be overwhelmed -- Varanasi sits on the Ganges, one of the cradles of Hindu civilization, offering travelers the best of India. Infused with religious passion, this is a city of great beauty, where ceremonies of life and death are the main attractions. It is impossible for Varanasi not to make an impression. …
Alappuzha, Alleppey, and the Kerala Backwaters are all one and the same area. Alleppey is the main town with all of the local buses running in and out of the hub here to other areas of Kerala. Alleppey is also the gateway to the Kerala Backwaters area. The best time of year to visit this area is during the dry season …
The town of Hampi is not to be missed on your trip to India. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the whole city is based around the ruins from the Vijayanagara Empire. The majority of the ruins are free to visit and wander in and around with the exception of a couple. If you go to the Vittala Temple, which is one of the most …
Popularly known as "the town that gave its name to those famous horse-riding pants," Jodhpur has quite a lot going on. The biggest attraction here is the Mehrangarh Fort, a most stunning fortification set in among the desert. It is quite busy and with the heat, it is recommended to go early in the morning. Once you …
Pondicherry (also known locally as Puducherry) is the only place in India where you can still breathe in a little French influence. Once known as the "French Riviera of India," this place is a former French colony and, even today, still has some distinct characteristics found nowhere else in this massive country. …
We all know the main reason everyone comes to Agra -- it's the Taj Mahal, without a doubt one of the most beautiful sights in the world. For many, this is their sole inspiration for visiting India. Agra’s wealth of other historic sights and the quality of Agra hostels should make all travelers think twice about trying …
Bordering the desert in Rajasthan, you will find the beautiful town of Pushkar. It is located on the Pushkar Lake, where many of the locals come to bathe, as it is considered a holy lake. It is beautiful to sit and behold for an afternoon and people watch. There are some great restaurants where you can eat while you do …