Bapu Bazaar

As soon as one enters this place, they are greeted with such bright colors that it’s a new sunrise altogether. One can find beautiful cotton skirts with mirror work, various wooden knickknacks alongwith other things. From budget friendly joothis to wall hangings, one can find it all in this one area. However you should keep in mind that a little bargaining wont harm anyone.

Jaipur
January to February
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Johari Bazaar

Although tourists visit Jaipur to have mesmerizing views of its majestic monuments, but many are there who come to explore quintessential representations of Jaipur’s traditional values. The historic marketplace of the Pink City, Johari Bazaar is famous as a paradise among shoppers.  Exhibiting a vast collection of exquisite traditional jewellery made of precious gemstones Kundan and Thewa, Jaipur’s two specialties, Johari Bazaar also offers an extensive array of innumerable shops selling traditional Rajasthani ethnic wears.

Jaipur
January to December
11:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Entry Is Free

Laad Bazar

Running west from Hyderabad’s prime attraction Charminar, Laad Bazaar is the historic market where every corner shimmers like a twinkling star. Famous for its sparkling and colourful bangle shops, the market exhibits a glittery galore of intimate jewelry. Roam around the cramped alleys of this traditional market where some shops have been selling beautiful artsy wears enchase with crystal for almost 200 years.            

Hyderabad
January to April
11:00 AM - 07:00 PM
Entry is Free

Dilli Haat

Dilli Haat will take you to the magical world exhibiting India’s glorious cultural heritage. With over 200 craft stalls, this hippest store displays a colorful panorama of Indian arts and crafts along with inimitable flavors of delicious local cuisines. It’s nicest to stroll around the bazaar’s colourful alleys in the evening, when the entire agora lit ups beautifully and organize regional dance performances and live music acts for entertainment.

Delhi
January to December
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Nominal entry Fee

Ima Market

Ima Keithel, Asia’s oldest market which is solely run by women, lies in the heart of Manipur’s capital city, Imphal. With over 3000 stalls, this all women's market sells everything from beautifully waved handlooms to local produce, traditional handicrafts to daily-used groceries, and everything in between. This historic market has successfully carried Manipuri tradition from 16th Century, and it’s still going on.

Imphal
January to December
11:00 AM - 06:00 PM
Entry Is Free

A Ride To The Royal Enfield Factory

For Enfield lovers, the Royal Enfield factory is a 'must go to' place in Chennai. The classic Enfield Bullet 350 is manufactured in this region since 1955 . Two hour long tours happen on every second and fourth Saturdays. Bookings in advance are required.

Chennai
January to December
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Wagah Border Parade

Several tourists visit the Wagah Border everyday to witness the lowering of the flags ceremony. The fact that Amritsar has a close proximity to the Wagah border, tourists are able to witness the daily military practice between the security forces of India (Border Security Force) and Pakistan (Pakistan Rangers) have jointly followed since 1959.

Amritsar
January to December
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A visit to Hall Bazaar

Looking for regional clothes, jewellery, handicrafts, or any electronic item? You have come to the right place. The Hall Bazaar is the main shopping area in Amritsar. It has an array of shops and restaurants to help visitors satiate their hunger for traditional buys.

Amritsar
January to December
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Shopping at Varanasi

Varanasi is famous for silk-sarees, gold and silver brocades, and other items such as brass-ware, copper-ware, wooden and clay toys and antique designs of heavy gold jewelery. Best known places are: Chowk, Gyan Vapi, Vishwanath Gali, Thatheri Bazar, and Dashswamedh Gali.

Varanasi
January to December
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Take a Shikara ride

For many, the soul reason to visit Srinagar is to get on a Shikara boat and ride through the scenic Dal Lake at the backdrop of the Himalayas. The whole ride is both relaxing and memorable and surely an experience in itself.

Srinagar
January to December
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Go for a ‘Gondola’ cable car ride

The most exciting way to look through the Gulmarg's astounding beauty is throughout the Gondola ride. The Gondola ride gives a panoramic view of the Himalayas as it keeps ascending higher and higher towards the Apharwat Mountain.

Srinagar
January to December
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Shop the finest Pashmina shawls

There is no doubt in the fact that Srinagar is one place to shop for all your essentials include Kashmere Pashmina Shawls, along with some leather products and some carpets, rugs, mats, dry fruits and more.

Srinagar
January to December
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Tee-off at the Gulmarg Golf Club

The Gulmarg Golf Club, is one of the most happening places in the city and the country. It has 18 holes stretching over 7505 yards and when coupled with the elevated tees, it puts some serious golfing abilities to test. Also, the Gulmarg Golf Club is the highest green course in the country.

Srinagar
January to December
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Bird Watching

So while you are in Shimla and bird watching is on your To-Do List, you can witness Chakor, Kalij Pheasant, Black and Brown Partridge, Thrushes, Himalayan Magpie, Bulbul, Wood Peckers, Parrots, and more at the Water Catchment Sanctuary.

Shimla
January to December
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Shopping at Lakkar Bazaar

One of the most exciting things at the Shimla’s Lakkar Bazaar to do is buy the authentic woolen apparels. One can also look for artefacts, pashmina shawls, woolens and handicrafts for the loved ones. Their famous delicacy is dry fruits and the "Kullu Shawls".

Shimla
January to December
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Ice Skating

Shimla is the only place to offer ‘natural’ ice skating to India. One of the many reasons, Shimla attracts a lot of tourists every year.

Shimla
January to December
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Paragliding

What is Manali without rolling down a hill with a huge transparent plastic? Solang valley is the chosen place for this adventurous sport and don’t you worry, they have instructors to run alongside too.

Manali
January to December
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Sulphur Water Bath at Manikaran

For a hot sulphur bath, one must visit Manikaran and Vashisht Village.

Manali
January to December
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River Rafting

River rafting in Rishikesh is already very popular but, rafting in Manali is one of a kind. You ask why? Try rafting among the icy cold waters of the river Beas while there are continuous rapids. Best time for the sport is June.

Manali
January to December
Pirdi, Manali, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 175131

Eat and Shop at the Chowk

Chowk, located around the Bara Imambara, is one of the oldest markets in the city. The shops around here sell the famous Lucknow chikan garments, ittar and junk jewelry. The market has managed to entertain the tourists with its ancient charm and those who like to buy chikankari cloths and antique items.

Lucknow
January to December
Chowk, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, 226001, India

Llams performing the Chhams

The famous Cham dance is widely popular among Tibetan culture. The dance is accompanied with music played by monks using traditional Tibetan instruments. Watching llams performing the cham dance is not only satisfying to eyes but in the Tibetan culture, it is also considered as a form of meditation and offering to Gods.

Leh Ladakh
January to December
.

Safari Ride on the Bactrian Camels at Hunder

With the Camel Safari, one could witness how camels were an important part of transportation in the ‘Silk Route’ in the trade. Be a part of this 17th century tradition that is still followed on a Caravan with the double hump camels.

Leh Ladakh
January to December
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Have Maggi at the Highest Cafeteria in the world

This place doesn’t require an introduction. One could sip a hot tea, sitting at a height of 18,380 feet and see the wide panoramic angle of the world beneath. Since the café displays the history of Maggi here, you would definitely find that on their menu.

Leh Ladakh
January to December

If your’re lucky, spot a Snow Leopard

Now this is pure luck and efforts of the local traders and guides if you spot a snow leopard or two amid the mountains of Hemis National Park in Ladakh. Only in the months of winter, this altitude loving predator is seen in more accessible elevations as it follows the local Blue Sheep for food.

Leh Ladakh
January to December
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Star Gazing at Birla Planetarium

The Planetarium hosts shows daily in many different languages which draws in many people. It also houses a lot of equipments which can be used for star gazing at night.

Kolkata
January to December

Tram Ride

City of Joy has an old world charm to it which can be truly experienced on this tram ride. They are also the oldest electric tram system in India, running since 1902.

Kolkata
January to December

Maidan

It is the largest urban park in the city. It was the parade ground for British. Now one can go for picnics, play football etcetera.

Kolkata
January to December
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Bird watching at Alipore Zoological Gardens

Built in 1876, it followed the London Zoo. Now it is a major tourist attraction.

Kolkata
January to December
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Boating at Hooghly River

If you carry a book or your favourite music with you, this ride will be magical . You can also watch the Howrah Bridge.

Kolkata
January to December
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Explore Chinatown

India’s only Chinatown is almost hidden in the east side of the city. It has chinese temples, age-old pastry shops, traditional beauty parlors, and mahjong clubs, the whole package.

Kolkata
January to December
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Potter’s Quarter at Kumartuli

Over 300 years old, this is tucked away into the banks of Hoogly river. Here, intricate idols of Goddess Durga are carved.
Kolkata
January to December
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Howrah Bridge

It is the main connection between Howrah and Kolkata. It carries a daily traffic of over 100,000 vehicles and 150,000 pedestrians
Kolkata
January to December
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Marine Drive

From a run to just a place to sit and talk and absorb nature, this place is perfect.
Mumbai
January to December
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Worli

If you can get hold of a taxi to drive you around, do not miss Worli. It is an experience of expert architecture and seaside beauty.
Mumbai
January to December
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Bnaganga Tank

It is the oldest inhabited place in Mumbai of which even the locals don’t have a clue. It was believed that walking around the tank may rid you of your impurities, but one can indeed come here and spend some quiet time themselves.
Mumbai
January to December
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Prithvi Theatre

Even if one isn’t a fan of theatre, one should definitely attend a play just to experience the grandeur and the effort put in by the artists here. Hunger cravngs can be treated at the café outside which serves delicious food at cheap prices.
Mumbai
January to December
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Local Train

One has not experienced real Mumbai until one has travelled in The Locals.
Mumbai
January to December
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Dharavi

The most over populated slum of Mumbai, it will take real courage for someone to visit this place and see how the non privileged live.
Mumbai
January to December
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Nalgonda

With the view of the Nagarjuna dam,waterfalls and the temple nearby, this citydates back to the Paleolithic Age.
Hyderabad
January to December
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Mahabubnagar

For a history lover, this city is a paradise, with pieces dating back to the Old and New Stone Ages.
Hyderabad
January to December
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Nagarjunasagar

A peaceful place housing India’s first hydroelectric plant.
Hyderabad
January to December
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Srisailam

This is the place where one of the holiest Shiva shrines lie, alongwith Lingas by Pandavas.
Hyderabad
January to December
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Guntur

This silent district in Andhra Pradesh is the best for a weekend getaway.
Hyderabad
January to December
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Hampi

Once a dream city built in stone it is now a World Heritage Site.
Hyderabad
January to December
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Road Trip

A road trip from Kochi to Munnar to visit Vallar Waterfalls
Kerala City
January to December
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Tea Plantations

Tea Plantations
Kerala City
January to December
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Elephant Bathing

Well, the unheard of happens in Kerala at Kodanad Elephant Sanctuary. Individuals are allowed to watch the Elephants bathe at this wildlife sanctuary for the price of Rs 350 – 1500/-
Kerala City
January to December
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Kumbalangi Integrated Tourism Village

For an original and real village experience, one should not miss out on this village where paddy fields can be explored, alongwith long evenings of canoeing and crab farming. Homestays are available on request.
January to December
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Snake Boat Race

Snake Boat Race - Colorful boats are pitted against each other during the widely celebrated festival of Onam in Kerala.
Kerala City
January to December
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Kannan Devan Plantation Museum

Grab yourselves some packets of fragrant tea which is locally produced in this state at this place. You can also taste different types of tea here and walk along the lush green paths where they are cultivated, alternatively you can also hire jeeps and roam around in them.
Kerala City
January to December
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Go Bananas

Try the various kinds of bananas offered in Kerala locally. They are of different colors, shapes, and sizes !
Kerala City
January to December
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Kerala-Tour

A road trip from Kochi to Munnar to visit Vallar Waterfalls Tea plantations at Devikullam Kovalam Beach
Kerala
January to December
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Bada Bagh

It is a beautiful place which houses several cenotaphs of the royal families from the 16th century to 20th century.
Jaisalmer
January to December
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Kuldhara Village

It was the largest community of villages in 19th century, until one day everyone disappeared. The reasons are undisclosed but it is said that the place was cursed.
Jaisalmer
January to December
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Sam Sand Dunes

With yellow sand wherever your eyes can go, for miles and miles, unending, this is one of the experiences which one should not miss. The land turns golden during the day and one gets to experience all this atop a camel. You can also camp there, under the stars.
Jaisalmer
January to December
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Camel Safari

A camel safari is always fun, but in Jaisalmer, on the Thar desert, it is awesome.
Jaisalmer
January to December
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The Golden Fort

The Jaisalmer fort is also a hotel and still a home to a few royal families. If one wants to live in a fort, authentically, then this is the place to be at.
Jaisalmer
January to December
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Windmills

Jaisalmer is a contributor of wind energy n India and the sight of a field full of windmills is soothing.
Jaisalmer
January to December
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Jeep Ride

Camel rides are always fun but jeep rides in the Thar desert are another deal altogether.
Jaisalmer
January to December
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Amdavad Ni Gufa

This ‘cave’ is actually an underground art gallery displaying paintings by Hussain.
Ahmedabad
January to December
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Shop in the City

You can buy exclusive wall hangings, bandhej sarees, chaniyas (long colourful skirts), and antique jewelry. Lal Darwaza, Dhalgarwad, Sindhi Market, Law Garden, CG Road, Manek Chowk, Rani-no-haziro, Fernandes Bridge, Ramakda Market and Raipur Gate are some of the major markets in the city.
Ahmedabad
January to December
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Lalabhai Dalpatbhai Museum

It houses a valuable collection of Indian sculptures, bronzes, manuscripts, paintings, drawings, miniature paintings, woodwork, beadwork and ancient and contemporary coins. A walk around the museum itself is an experience.
Ahmedabad
January to December
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Manek Chowk

It’s a feeding ground for cows, after 9 AM a car park, for afternoon it takes on the role of a marketplace selling gold bars (yes, really), and in late evenings it transforms into an open air plaza selling some of the city’s most authentic and flavourful street food.
Ahmedabad
January to December
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Roadside Chess

Mirzapur is the area where roadside chess goes on all day long at a very rapid rate.
Ahmedabad
January to December
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Brindavan Gardens

This place is beautiful in the evening with it’s fountains lit. it is visited by 2 million tourists every year.
Mysore
January to December
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St. Philomena’s church

It was constructed in 1936 using a Neo Gothic style and it’s architecture was influenced by Cologne Cathedral in Germany.
Mysore
January to December
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Devaraja Market

This market is very lively, the people haggling, the sellers advertising themselves, and colourful dyes all around, truly an experience.
Mysore
January to December
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Climb Chamundi Hill

The hill is about 1062mts. After completing the hike, one can watch and appreciate the beautiful view of the city.
Ahmedabad
January to December
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Visit a Museum or Art Gallery

Mysore has a good assortment of museums and art galleries which will offer the senses some delight.
Mysore
January to December
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Melkote

Located about 50 kms away from the city, Melkote has the oldest rock formations around.
Mysore
January to December
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Trekking in Sandakphu

Sandakphu is the highest peak in West Bengal. One should also give Guras ko Raaksi, a locally prepared drink, a try.
Darjeeling
January to December
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Ghoom Monastery

It has a board on the outside that says ‘Welcome to Darjeeling’. One can visit this calm monastery, and can also buy relics,amulets, thanks, etc.
Darjeeling
January to December
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Burdwan Palace

The place was owned by Maharaja Burdwan, it still maintains it’s glory. Only on special request one can enter to view the premises.
Darjeeling
January to December
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Rafting in Teesta

Darjeeling offers this adventure too if one wants to explore.
Darjeeling
January to December
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Pedas of Lopchu

Pedas are a sweet dish prepared in India, and if one goes to Darjeeling and doesn’t visit this tiny village for pedas, they will be missing out.
Darjeeling
January to December
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Boney’s Snack Bar

What initially started out as a small joint is now struggling with a crowd.
Darjeeling
January to December
Capital Market

Ava Art Gallery

It carries original pieces of art and embroidery work.
Darjeeling
January to December
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Shopping in Pushkar

The shops in the streets near Pushkar Lake are popular for their funky jewellery, tie dye clothes for women and men, and many other artifacts. They are reasonable and pocket friendly.
Pushkar
January to December
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2.Pushkar Adventure Desert Camp And Cottages

It is the perfect place to go to if one wants to get away from the hustle bustle of city life.With a view of Aravali Mountains and sand dunes, it is truly an experience.
Pushkar
January to December
Village Sawaipura,Motisar Road

Jeep Safari of Sariska National Park

It is a 3 hour long Safari which will take one deep into the safari.It gives one the chance to really explore the safari.
Pushkar
January to December
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Spelunking In Mount Abu

Exploring caves isn’t what one does on most vacations, delighting in the flora and fauna of the region.
Pushkar
January to December
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Camel Safari

One can ride on camels till the sun sets, with a view of sand dunes around. One shouldn’t miss it.
Pushkar
January to December
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Hiking

A four hour trek through the hills of Savatri, Gayatri and Naag with a restaurant which serves good food on top.
Pushkar
January to December
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Water Walk Experience

The ‘Water Walk’ through the Bijolai Palace is an experience designed to provide insightful information about traditional water harvesting techniques. It’s an attempt to understand brilliant technology and rainwater management developed over time in this desert.
Jodhpur
January to December
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Meal at On The Rocks

On The Rocks is a restaurant which has, as it’s name suggests rocks all around it. It looks rustic and has a warm cozy ambience. A delicious dinner surrounded by rocks of different shapes and sizes and good lighting.
Jodhpur
January to December
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Museum Visit

The museum in Umaid Bhavan Palace is open for public viewing and has a separate section for vintage cars which is worth a visit.
Jodhpur
January to December
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Local Bazaars

Mochi Bazaar and the Clock Tower market are an open invitation for people who want to see the real city with it’s charm and hustle bustle.
Jodhpur
January to December
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Desert Safari

The Sun City provides you with an option of walking, trekking and experiencing the desert in the form of well planned desert safaris with twinkly skies and rustic campsites.
Jodhpur
January to December
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Polo Matches

When in Rome, do as the Romans do they say. Hence when in Jodhpur, watch a Polo match!
Jodhpur
January to December
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Moonlight Theater

This is the only thing that comes close to a drive thru theatre. If one wants to sit under a blanket of the sky with a movie playing in front, this is it.
Bengaluru
January to December
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Urban Solace

This café, on every Tuesday invites the bards as well as amateur poets to share their pieces.
January to December
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UB City

This is one of the most poshest localities in Bangalore, with stores of all designer brands.
Bengaluru
January to December
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Bangalore Walks

A walk lasts about 4 hours in which a passionate guide will take you through the streets of the busy city, show you the common and uncommon places in Bangalore.
Bengaluru
January to December
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K.C. Das

The inventor of the spongy variant of rossogullas we are having today was the father of K.C. Das, who started packing them in tin cans then. This sweet shop is theirs.
Bengaluru
January to December
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Bangalore Palace

It is contructed as a replica of Windsor Castle in England. Interactive audio tours are also available.
Bengaluru
January to December
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Ranga Shankara

Only a few years old , it is successful in promoting the local artists as well as theatre.
Bengaluru
January to December
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Bateshwar Fair
Spiritual
Nov
Majuli Festival
Cultural
Nov
Teesta Tea & Tourism
State Festival
Dec
St. Francis Xavier Feast
Religious
Dec
Shilpgram Utsav
Art & Craft
Dec
DIAF
Art & Culture
Dec
Pachmarhi Utsav
Cultural
Dec
Lumbini
Religious
Dec
Habba
Entertainment
Dec
Lokranjan Festival
Cultural
Dec
Losoong
Cultural
Dec
Christmas
Religious
Dec
Boro Din
Religious
Dec
Mamallapuram Dance Ft
Cultural
Dec
Losar festival
Religious
Dec
Uttarayan
Entertainment
Jan
Pongal
Cultural
Jan
Teppam
Cultural
Jan
Republic Day
Patriotic
Jan
Sabado Gordo
Entertainment
Feb
Taj Mahotsav
Cultural
Feb
Natyanjali Dance Festival
Cultural
Feb
Carnival
Cultural
Mar
Puthandu
Family
Apr
City Walk Festival
Cultural
May
Fame de Menino Jesus
Religious
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