How to Complete Chardham Yatra By Helicopter‌

Chardham yatra is one of the biggest pilgrimage site in India. In order to attain salvation many Indians come for such yatra. Not only Indians but tourists from all over the world visit Chardham. Its beauty attracts people from every corner of the world.Chardham consists of four adobes, Gangotri, Yamunotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath. It remains open from May to October and in the rest months it is closed due to unpleasant climate.

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10 Most Visited Pilgrimage Places in the World -  Spiritual Sanctuary to Purifying your Soul‌

Pilgrimage is a very old motive for travelling. People across the world visit these holy places in order to purify their soul. The Hajj to the al - haram mosque in Mecca is quite famous and it has as many as 2927717 Muslims participating in 2011 in the pilgrimage. There are also a number of Hindus travelling to Sabarimala, Kerala for the annual pilgrimage. The total estimate of people visiting for a pilgrimage ranges from 3 to 50 million. Some

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A Travel Guide To Chota Chardham Yatra Places Uttarakhand‌

There are so many religious places and pilgrimage sites, but out of which chota Chardham yatra of Uttarakhand holds a spiritual significance of another level. Travellers enthusiastically come to Uttarakhand every year in huge numbers to receive blessings from all these places and Yatra. Many pilgrims dip in the Ganga river to get purity. People believe to get Salvation by chardham yatra. Adi Shankaracharya was the one to use the

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Travel to India in September - What to Wear, Eat and Things to Do‌

This is the Indian autumn and the weather cannot be more neutral. The best part about the month is that, although the climate is pleasing, the month is considered as lean tourism month. Thus, you can get better deals in accommodation and commutation expenses. Top September Paradises of India Ziro, Tawang and other destinations of Arunachal Prade

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25 Best Places to Visit in India in December - Tourist Destinations‌

The tourism season starts in October and ends in March. This is the winter season in the country. Being a tropical region, India take up a new avatar with the cold climate, snow and lush vegetation. India is an important tourism destination among many avid traveler groups. This article handpicks the top destinations that are loved and recommended by numerous international tourists visiting during December.

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Top Trekking Destinations in Jammu Kashmir‌

Jammu Kashmir is one amongst the leading natural and exquisite states of India. The surreal unbelievable thing about the fruit orchards, green meadows, and sparkling rivers and lakes invokes the passengers to check it to heaven called the “Paradise on Earth”, Jammu and Kashmir prove its identity with the astounding beauty that you'll feel whereas trekking in Kashmir. 

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40 Best Places to Visit in India in September - Tourist Places, Attractions‌

September marks the beginning of monsoon season in India. The shower would be mild, temperature would be pleasant and the place will be green. September is the beginning of tourism season in India. If you are planning to visit the tropical paradise of India during September, here are

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List of Famous Durga Puja Pandals in Kolkata with Address - 2020, 2021‌

During Durga Puja, the entire Kolkata would get into festive mode. The festival is celebrated with joyous performances, gathering of friends and family, religious rituals and much more. During the Durga Puja festival, people either celebrate it individually inside their homes or as a batch or community with pandals. Durga Puj

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Top 20 Must Visit Cities In India - Tourist Places, Attractions‌

India is the seventh biggest country in the world. It has numerous languages, ethnic groups, cultures, monuments, palaces, backwaters, waterfalls and other spectaculars. There is no such place in India that can be tagged as a boring destination for tourism. With endless man-made and natural marvels, this article hand picks

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20 Famous Festivals in India in October 2021 - Fairs, Events‌

October is the end of monsoon season and the beginning of festival season. It is very easy to find interesting religious celebrations throughout the country during October. Starting from patriotic celebrations of Gandhi Jayanti to the religious celebrations like Durga Pooja, the month is quite busy and colorful.

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