1.Valley Of Flowers, Uttrakhand: This high-altitude valley with a stunning landscape has around 300 different varieties of alpine flowers. The breath-taking view of this place appears as a bright carpet of colours against the snow-capped mountainous background.
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2.Biking at Khardung La Pass: Located at Leh Ladakh, this pass offers beautiful panoramic view. It’s a pure bliss for all adventure seekers who are up for a challenge in their life, however, not recommended to amateur riders since skidding is normal in this rough terrain.
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3.Wildlife Experience in Corbett National Park: This is the oldest national park in India located in Uttrakhand. With an excellent bio-diversity this place is a must visit for all nature lovers. One can also watch varieties of migratory birds, reptiles, amphibians and many other mammals.
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4.Must Experience Bodh Gaya: This temple is special since Prince Siddhartha attained enlightenment and became Buddha beneath a Bodhi tree. The peaceful environment makes it an enriching experience for all spiritual seekers.
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5.Aarti at Varanasi Ghat: This sacred place is located at the banks of the holy river Ganga. The beautiful aarti ritual is a magnificent event. The area is fantastically photogenic and a must visit.
6.Orcha in Madhya Pradesh: This small town in the Tikamgarh district of Madhya Pradesh was established in 1501. There are different historical palaces in the area reflecting the fascinating Mughal architecture.
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7.Chadar Trek in Ladakh: This is a frozen river trek which is extremely difficult place to travel. The unique experience of the frozen river, sledges, camp sites and caves adds beauty to this trek.
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8.Peaceful Kedarnath Temple: This holy Lord Shiva temple can be reached by an uphill trek of 14 km. which is open only from April-November. The temple is one of the four pilgrimage sites in Northern Himalayas.
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9.Kumbhmela: It is the world’s largest religious gathering to bathe in the sacred river. This mela is held once in every 12 years in any one of the four places: Allahabad, Haridwar, Ujjain and Nashik.
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10.Cattle fair Sonepur: It is the biggest yearly cattle fair in Asia which is held in the month of November and many farm animals can be bought here.
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11.Durga Puja, Kolkatta: This festival epitomizes the victory of good over evil. The hugely decorated pandals and magnificent sculptures of Goddess Durga are on display and worshipped for all five days.