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Floating Markets Thailand
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Floating Markets

A market where items are sold from the boats is known as a floating market. These markets trace their origin to those places especially where water transport used to play a pivotal role. At present, these floating markets serve as great tourist attractions being predominantly found in nations like Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia.

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Manipuri Dance
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Manipuri Classical Dance

The major classical dances of India are found all over the sub continent. Some are found in the northern parts, some are concentrated in the south while some other originated from the north eastern reaches of the vast Indian sub continent. The Manipuri Dance form is one of the top ten major classical traditional dances of the Indian culture. As the name suggests the Manipur dance form is developed in the north eastern provinces of India like Nagaland, Mizoram, Assam and the main epicentre being the verdant Indian state of Manipur. The neighbouring country of India, Myanmar also has a deep root of Manipuri dance.

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Ashok Vatika
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Ashok Vatika

Situated in the island country of Sri Lanka, the Ashok Vatika is a garden of great beauty and a site of great mythical importance. The instances and mention of the Ashok Vatika is found in the legendary epic of Hindu mythology the Ramayana. The mention of Ashok Vatika is not only there in the Ramayana but also in Vishnu Purana and other various versions of Rama tales by different authors over the timeline of Indian literature. The legend about the Ashok Vatika is the main reason that many people come to visit this tourist spot from every corner of the country and from all over the world. The visitors from India in particular favour this garden as the Hindu epic of Ramayana is quite popular and revered in the country. The Ashok Vatika is a must visit spot for the pilgrims and travellers visiting the Nuwara Eliya resort city of Sri Lanka.

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Agatti Island
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Agatti Island

Agatti Island is a stupendous island in the Lakshadweep. The Agatti Island is 7.6 km long and is located on a coral atoll known as Agatti atoll in Lakshadweep, India. The population of the Agatti Island is indeed really low which perfectly sets up for a fantastic holiday in remoteness and seclusion in the lap of nature away from the jam-packed city life. So if you want to spend time with yourself or some exclusive time with your near and dear ones without others intervening, Agatti is definitely one of the best places to be in. The same applies for all other islands of Lakshadweep as well. Crystal clear water and white sand beaches are the hallmark of the Agatti islands. Adventure-seekers and scuba diving enthusiasts are found visiting the Agatti Island in numbers. Other activities on the Agatti Island include snorkelling, swimming, sunbathing, sailing, deep sea fishing, kayaking, water skiing and the likes

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Kadmat Island Lakshadweep
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Kadmat Island

Kadmat Island is a coral island and one gem of an island in the Lakshadweep. It belongs to the Amindivi subgroups of island and is also the central most island of the Lakshadweep archipelago. Kadmat Island is also known as Cardamom Island. The Kadmat Island is 9.3 kms long having a lagoon which is 1.5 km wide and encompasses an area of 25 sq.km. Coral reef with seagrass and marine turtles are found nestling in the island. The remarkable strength of the Kadmat or the Cardamom Island without a doubt lies in its abundant marine wealth.

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Saang Folk Dance
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Saang Folk Dance

Dance forms are quite popular in the Indian sub-continent. Every state of the country has its own culture and thus its unique dance form. The state of Haryana also has many regional dance forms. Out of these Saang or Swang is the most popular one. This dance is also found in various other state of the country also like Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. The Saang or Swang dance form is based on folklores from the Hindu mythology; so the states with majority of Hindu religious spread is the core region for the practice and flourish of this special art style. According to historical notes, the dance form of Saang or Swang has found its birth among the cultural societies of the Malwa region. The Saang or Swang dance form is not our typical dance. It has a specialty that somehow crosses over the boundaries of general dancing. Normally a dance is performed by a person or a group of person with or without music on rhythmic beats.

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Kos Minars
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Kos Minars

The Sultanate and the Mughal eras in the Indian history have imbibed a great many cultural and architectural marvels to this ethnic civilization. The Kos Minars are one such architectural marvel from that era. The Kos Minars are the milestone towers found along the Grand Trunk Road in the states of Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi. Some are also found in Rajasthan and Punjab. These architectures of Mughal civilities are very simple yet historic and teach us about the progressive governance of the past.

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INS Khukri Memorial Diu
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INS Khukri Memorial

INS Khukri Memorial was built as a shrine in memory of an Indian Naval ship which is known to have descended during India Pakistan war in the year 1971. Going back into the pages of history, INS Khukri was a British type 14 warship made up of black wood used by the Indian Navy. It is remembered as the only warship of the Indian Navy to have lost in war post-independence. During the 1971 Indo-Pak war the INR Khukri sunk in the shores of Gujarat as a <i style='background:#FFFF33;color:#FF0000'>Result</i> of the attack made by Daphne class underwater craft Hangor of Pakistan Navy.

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Gwalior Fort Gwalior Madhya Pradesh
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Gwalior Fort

Gwalior Fort is a hill fort that is located in the central state of Madhya Pradesh in India existing as long as since the 10th Century. However, the monuments and inscriptions that are found on the campus of the fort give the impression that it might have just existed even before the 6th Century. This fort has witnessed the control of various rulers from ancient history.

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Girnar Hill
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Girnar Hills

Junagadh is an ancient location in Gujarat associated with many legends of spiritual mysticism. It is home to the Girnar hills, a group of mountains, speculated to be existing even before the Himalayas and extremely revered and sacred for being home to many spiritual ascetics who have found enlightenment here. Hence it is famous for being an important pilgrimage site for both Hindus and Jains. Hence Girnar is also known as Girinagar, the city on the hills.

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Rani Ki Vav Patan Gujarat
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Rani Ki Vav

The Queen's Stepwell or Rani Ki Vav is a sub terrain rock cut step well on the banks of the river Saraswati in the Patan town of Gujarat in India. The most found instance of step well use is found in the provinces of Indian subcontinent where the flourish of Indus Valley civilization occurred. However the most recent exaction of a certain sub terrain step well architecture confirms the use of step well and that too at the fag end of 1st millennium CE. The Rani Ki Vav in Patan is that proof.

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Chitrakoot Waterfall Jagdalpur Bastar Chhattisgarh
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Chitrakoot Waterfall

Being a riverine country the whole of Indian sub-continent is blessed with many watery exotics. The highlands and the mountains in the path of the rivers gave birth to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in the country and Chitrakoot Waterfalls in one such majestic natural marvel in India. There are numerous waterfalls in the country. Some of them are in the catchment areas of rain fed rivers while others are found on the flow of snow fed rivers.

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Grand Canyon of India
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Gandikota Canyon

Gandikota is popularly known as the Grand Canyon of India and is mesmerizingly beautiful. It is a spectacular place in Andhra Pradesh situated on the Pennar River. A Gorge is a valley that is typically formed by water sources that are flowing between tall blocks of rocks. The rocks are cut through by different rivers and it takes several centuries to form the Gorges which are formed as a <i style='background:#FFFF33;color:#FF0000'>Result</i> of erosion. In the same way, the Gandikota Canyon was born. It is hard to believe that the Pennar River could form such an enormous gorge but due to the continuous flow of water through it, deep carve was made forming a beautiful site.

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Sunderbans
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Sunderbans

The Sunderbans is a large expanse of forest situated near the Bay of Bengal which is considered as the largest mangroves in the world. It is located in the delta region of the confluence of Brahmaputra, Ganga and Meghna rivers. It is a unique habitat and is characterised by rich flora and fauna leading to great biodiversity. The region has an opulence of wildlife species comprising birds, reptiles, tigers and fishes. The muddy shores have an abundance of the Sundari tree from which the region got its name. Besides, the infamous Bengal tiger, other species found comprises of jungle cats, spotted deers, macaques, wild boars, mongooses and foxes. Home to the magnificent Royal Bengal Tiger, the Sunderbans is every photographers delight and nature enthusiasts delectation

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Aundha Nagnath Jyotirlinga Temple
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Aundha Nagnath Jyotirlinga Temple

Aundha Nagnath is a town in the Indian state of Maharashtra that has found prominence and footfall as it also houses the revered Hindu temple by the same name dedicated to the Hindu God, Shiva. The Aundha Nagnath temple is revered highly because it is believed to be the 8th Jyotirlinga of the 12 jyotirlinga temples spread across the length of the Indian land. Jyotirlingam temples are those places of worship dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva where the main shrine in the sanctum is not installed but self sprouted or self created. These are supposed to be extremely holy and spiritually powerful shrines and are extremely respected among religious circles.

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Parli Vaijnath
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Parli Vaijnath Temple

The town of Parli in Maharashtra is famous for the Shri Vaijnath Temple. It is not a coincidence that this temple is there in Maharashtra as most of the Maha Dwadash Jyotirlingas, to be precise all 5 of them are found in this Indian State. The Shri Vaijnath Temple in Parli is located within the tourism circumference of the Beed City. The natural beauty and the nature abundance of this temple complex make this a health and heal destination for all the visitors. This is however one of the scared worshipping shrines for the devotees belonging to the Saivite sect of Hinduism. But that doesnt mean that others could not come. The doors of the temple are open for all, always. Behind the formation of the temple, there is a legend.

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Mundeshwari Devi Temple Kaimur
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Mundeshwari Devi Temple

The Mundeshwari Devi Temple is a historic monumental temple is a relic from the bowels of history and time and is recognized as one among the oldest temples for the Hinduism religion in India. The Mundeshwari temple sanctum preserves the deity of the Hindu deity Shiva with his consort Shakti which is the symbolic interpretation of the fact that male and female forces are inseparable. What is even more surprising is that this architectural marvel is still functional and is flocked regularly by devotees who come to pay deferential respect and reverence to the residing deity. The presence of inscriptions found in the temple site help in tracing the actual age of this temple which dates back to as early as 625 BC. The Mundeshwari Temple has been recognized by the Indian government as a monument of historical and archaeological importance and is presently under the caretaker-ship and maintenance of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) which declares it as a protected heritage site.

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Laling Fort
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Laling Fort

Laling Fort or Laling Kila as it is popularly referred to in the regional dialect, Marathi, is a fortified military outpost alternating as a watchpost that was constructed in the early 12th century by Faruqi dynasty. The fortification takes its name from the summit of the hill on which it stands erected, Laling Hill. The Laling Fort has found mention many times in many travelogues and documented information with regards to the whereabouts of the grand Mughal horde's during the Deccan expeditions as early as the seventeenth century. In documented evidence the stronghold is revealed to be stronghold with whatever limited fortifications left in 1862.

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Keibul Lamjao National Park Bishnupur
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Keibul Lamjao National Park

The Keibul Lamjao is the worlds only floating sanctuary with area of 40 sq.m. The area of this park is covered with deep floating vegetation called phumdis. The land of keibul lamjao is a wet land because of the water fall of Loktake Lake. The lake is one of the largest lakes in terms of area, in India. The Keibul Lamjao National Park was initially a sanctuary in 1996. Later in 1997 it was declared a national park to preserve and protect a rare and endangered species of deer Elds deer or brow antlered deer or Sangai deer. This park was declared a National park. The floating surface of this park is actually decomposed plant material locally known as phumdis. Pabot, Toya, and Chingiao surround the entire park and are, in fact, hills. The hills help its large mammals by providing shelter in monsoon. The Keibul Lamjao National Park is a conserver and protector of many mammals and birds like Sangai, Hog deer, Sambar, Bonnet Macaque, Leopard, Jackal, Spotted deer, Elephants, Hooded crane, Black Eagle, Hornbill, Rufus necked hornbill, Asian rat, snake, Rock lizard, water cobra, Indian rock lizard etc. Asian golden cat and marbles cat are two species of wild cats that are found in this park.

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Mouling National Park Yingkiong Upper Siang
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Mouling National Park

The Mouling national park in Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh was created in the year 1986 and is covered with forested mountains which adds to the beauty of the park. This picturesque park is again a great biodiversity park with different landscapes. There are many beautiful and rare species of plants and animals found in this park with home to python, barking deer, tigers, elephants hog deer and to specially mention the rare red panda and besides animals, there are several species of birds, herbs and plants alsowhich can be seen here. The molding national park is a famous spot among the tourists, trekkers, and explorers who can indulge themselves into a variety of activities like rafting, trekking, and angling. It is a very isolated area and the nearest towns from the park are Pasighat and Along and transportation means are not very regular. The weather in the Mouling National park is usually humid in most of the year around but higher region experiences snowfall in the winter season.

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Ntangki National Park
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Ntangki National Park

Nagaland is also known as the land of warriors. It is known for its unique cultural heritage and abundant natural resources as well. When it comes to the most favourite tourist destination Nagaland stands on priority in the list of tourist destinations. The Ntangki National Park in Peren district of Nagaland got the status and regard of a national park in the year 1993 and is a wildlife protected area. The geographical features of this park favour growth of equatorial forest and pastures. Trees like palms, rattan, bamboo, and Mahagony can be found in large numbers. The geographical features are also favourable for doing adventure activities, like camping and trekking. This is a forest which is also a known for many rare bird species and hence attracts a lot of bird lovers. Some of the rare bird species are black storks, white-breasted kingfishers, and hornbills. Bluths Tragopan the State bird of Nagaland is found in plenty.

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Zang Dhok Palri Phodang Kalimpong
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Zang Dhok Palri Phodang

Zang Dhok Palri Phodang is located at Kalimpong district in the north of West Bengal, a state in India. West Bengal has a diverse geographical condition with parts of Himalayan range in the North, the great Gangetic plain and the swampy marsh mangrove forest in the southern part. The northern part of the state is closely linked with the neighbouring state of Sikkim. Thus similar religious culture and practices have developed in the northern region of the state of WB. Zang Dhok Palri Phodang is one such Buddhist Monastery which can also be found in Sikkim and other places where practice of Buddhism were prevalent. In some places it still is.

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Khatu Shyam Temple
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Khatu Shyam Temple

Khatushyam temple is located in a village called Khatu in Rajasthan. There is a big legend behind this temple and is known for being connected to one of the major Epic scripture Mahabharata. Barbarika (grandson of Bhima) wanted to see the Mahabharata war and offered his head, Lord Krishna himself placed the head on top of a mountain from where the battle could be viewed. During the Kalyug Period (in a village called Khatu in Rajasthan) whenever a cow passed by a certain spot on land milk started flowing endlessly out of the cow's udder. When the locals tried to see what was buried in the ground due to which the cows started producing milk, they found Barbarika's head buried underneath.

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Kozhikode Beach
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Kozhikode Beach

Located in the Malabar coast of India, Kozhikode Beach is also known as Calicut beach in Kerala. The pavements at the beach are made out of stones and have a flat pavement where you can rest, take a picture or even stand your tripod for videos and pictures. This beach is well known amongst the list of beaches in Kerala. This beach is connected to all the major landmarks and the tourist attraction sites in the city. For example, the children's park which is also known as Lions Park (not a zoo) is located beside the beach along with an aquarium with various types of sea creatures and corals found in the sea.

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Badami Cave Temples Bagalkot Karnataka
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Badami Cave Temples

Badami is situated at the bottom of a ravine of a red sandstone mountain that surrounds the Agasthya Lake. References to Badami can be found in mythological scriptures and religious texts dating back as far as six thousand years from present day.

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Ashvem Beach
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Ashvem Beach

Let the Arabian Sea's warm waters unwind your body and set it free when you are playing the waters of Ashvem Beach. The Ashvem Beach is arranged in the Pernem locale, in the northern territory of Goa. Ashvem lies only south of Mandrem Beach and north of Morjhim Beach. The shoreline is located just about a little to the north of the mouth of the River Chapora. Ashvem Beach is a concealed diamond with staggering landscape and scope of pleasant shoreline inns and resorts. The vast majority <i style='background:#FFFF33;color:#FF0000'>Result</i> in these present circumstances shoreline amid the day for swimming & sunbathing, yet there are some awesome choices for supper and settlement as well. Walk around for 1.5 KM (1 mile) on fine sand and tune in to the calming hints of the lapping waves and the stir of the palm clears out. Purchase lunch from a seller in one of the numerous cabins covered up between the trees. There are a couple of outstanding universal eateries along the shoreline, which offer anything from French cooking to run of the mill Indian curries.

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Purva Tirupati Shri Balaji Temple
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Purva Tirupati Shri Balaji Temple

The temples of Lord Vishnu are found here and there all over the sub continent of India. But a temple among them is particularly famous. The Tirupati Balaji Temple near Hyderabad is a grand temple that incites reverence and sacredness among all its pilgrims. To give tribute to this legendary temple of South India, a similar temple is built in Assam. This temple is known as Purva Tirupati Shri Balaji Temple. This magnificent temple is located in the city of Guwahati in Assam. The temple is dedicated to the Shri Venkateshwara avatar of Lord Vishnu and is one of the holiest shrines for the Hindu pilgrimage.</