Do you think sex has always been regarded as a taboo in India? Eroticism, that too on temples? Just unthinkable ! Wait, you have to change your perception in Khajuraho. Full-bodied feminine forms in erotic postures, stone friezes of gods and goddesses, kings and queens heroes, courtesans in carnal embrace adorn the temple facade. Khajuraho …

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Oldest Living City on Earth – isn’t this sufficient to arouse your desire to travel to Varanasi !! Just imagine a city as old as Babylon still bustling with life and activity without any interruption in between. Yes this is Varanasi. Walk along the ghats of the rive Ganges teeming with the austere clad yogis …

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Overview Ranthambore National Park Or Ranthambhore National Park Or Simply Ranthambhore Is One Of The Largest National Parks In Northern India. Ranthambhore Was Established As The Sawai Madhopur Game Sanctuary In 1955 By The Government Of India, And Was Declared One Of The Project Tiger Reserves In 1973. Ranthambore Became A National Park In 1980. …

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Mount Abu.

Mount Abu

Abu Parvat Or Mount Abu About This Sound Pronunciation Is A Popular Hill Station In The Aravalli Range Of Rajasthan State In Western India. It Is Located In Sirohi District. Mount Abu Is 58 Km From Palanpur (Gujarat). The Mountain Forms A Distinct Rocky Plateau 22 Km Long By 9 Km Wide. The Highest Peak …

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Overview Udaipur Was Founded In 1559 By Maharana Udai Singh II As The Final Capital Of The Erstwhile Mewar Kingdom, Located To The Southwest Of Nagda, On The Banas River, The First Capital Of The Mewar Kingdom. Legend Has It That Maharana Udai Singh II Came Upon A Hermit While Hunting In The Foothills Of …

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Pushkar Is A Town In The Ajmer District In The Indian State Of Rajasthan. It Is Situated 14 Km (8.7 Mi) Northwest Of Ajmer At An Average Elevation Of 510 M (1,670 Ft) And Is One Of The Five Sacred Dhams (Pilgrimage Site) For Devout Hindus. According To Hindu Mythology, The Pond At The Katas …

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Overview Jaisalmer Is Named After Its Founder Maharawal Jaisal Singh, A Rajput King In 1156 AD. “Jaisalmer” Means “The Hill Fort Of Jaisal”. Jaisalmer Is Sometimes Called The “Golden City Of India” Because The Yellow Sand And The Yellow Sandstone Used In Every Architecture Of The City Gives A Yellowish-Golden Tinge To The City And …

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Overview Jodhpur Was Founded In 1459 By Rao Jodha, A Rajput Chief Of The Rathore Clan. Jodha Succeeded In Conquering The Surrounding Territory And Thus Founded A State Which Came To Be Known As Marwar. As Jodha Hailed From The Nearby Town Of Mandore, That Town Initially Served As The Capital Of This State; However, …

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Jaipur is the most sought after tourist destination with vast heritage and stunning monuments from the past. Popularly known as the ‘Pink City’, it is one of the most royal, impressive and colourful cities of India. A lot of people from all over the world visit this place to witness the rich culture and tradition along …

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The heart and soul of India- New Delhi is a city with magnetic attraction. Every nook and corner of the city of Delhi seems like narrating the incidents of the bygone era. Delhi was a witness of every scar India has suffered from time-to-time. New Delhi has seen the struggle of the Indians to regain …

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