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Things to do in India

Taramati Baradari is an unusual palace that was built during the reign of Abdullah Qutb Shah in...
Head to Old Delhi’s main street Chandni Chowk for a sensory overload of chaotic vehicles,...
Mecca Masjid, also known as Makkah Masjid, is one of Hyderabad’s oldest mosques and amongst India’s...
The impressive Chowmahalla Palace complex contains a number of palaces used for entertaining...
Mahavir Harina Vanasthali National Park is the largest greenbelt in Hyderabad and offers sanctuary...
Nehru Zoological Park, also known as Hyderabad Zoo, is one of Hyderabad’s most visited attractions...
Protecting an area of 3.6 square kilometres, Mrugavani National Park is home to over 600 plant...
Named Falaknuma, meaning "mirror of the sky" in Urdu, the Taj Falaknuma is built in the shape of a...
Holding the Guinness World Record as the largest film studio complex in the world, this filmmakers’...
The massive 347-roomed Umaid Bhawan Palace is situated on the highest point in the city and stands...
The Clock Tower, also known as Ghanta Ghar, is a prominent landmark in the Old City of Jodhpur....
Built in 1899, the white marble memorial to Maharaja Jaswant Singh II is found near Mehrangarh Fort...
One of India’s largest forts and the top attraction in Jodhpur, the seemingly indestructible...
The Rao Jodha Desert Rock Park was founded in 2006 to reinstate the arid terrain area near...
Just 9km north of Jodhpur, Mandore was the seat of the Rathore kings of Marwar until the 6th...
Situated just west of Jodhpur, Kailana Lake is one of the most visited lakes for recreation in...
Set in a woodland on the Mula River is Pune’s leading attraction, the striking Aga Khan Palace that...
The Pataleshwar Caves, also called Panchaleshvara or Bamburde, are home to an 8th century Hindu...
Built in 1746, Shaniwar Wada was a royal palace of the Peshwa monarchs of the Maratha Empire until...
The Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum houses a quirky collection of Indian items used in daily life. Along...
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