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The land that continues to mesmerize with its larger than life image. The aura that is spellbinding, captivating and fascinating. A land where spiritualism breathes in and out, where Gods reside, where everyday is an occasion, where the forts and palaces still echo the bugle of victory, where you witness the arena of intellectual exchange, where the mustard fields delight you and the village life attracts you.

India is a world in itself. It is too vast and too diverse for any complete description. It is in the midst of a great transformation. It is an extraordinary land and every journey to this land brings to light some new facets, local legends or contemporary development scenes.

No nation has probably accumulated such a vast experience or endured so long as a civilization. As with knowledge, the more one delves, the deeper becomes the mystery and one finds that there is much more to know.

Haridwar, "Gateway to the abode of gods" blessed by the holy trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva nestles on the banks of River Ganga. Renowned for the "Maha Kumbh Mela" appearing every 12 years and the Ardh (half) Kumbh performed every six years fortunately beautifies India drawing a number of pilgrims and devotees to commemorate this divine event. Haridwar also provides plenty to learn
Dehra Dun (pronounced ‘doon’) is a quiet town in the foothills of the Shivalik Range, and is called the ‘gateway to Mussoorie’. Dehra Dun is a hot favourite with retired army officials, especially because of its proximity to Delhi and Mussoorie. Dehra Dun takes its name from the Hindi words, dera, which means camp, and dun, valley. Famous for its educational institutions, lots of people and students take up educational tour of this place. The town has one of the largest railway terminuses in North India.
The Golden City of Jaisalmer in Rajasthan is simply unmatched! It was the part of the famous Silk Route during the days of yore. The splendid Jaisalmer Fort stands proudly on its land and narrates the stories of the valor and chivalry of the Rajput rulers. Jaisalmer still retains its medieval charm, which is evident in its colorful narrow streets, splendid forts and palaces of Rajasthan, opulent havelis and bazaars.
Though it is the temples and their erotic sculptures that first come to mind when we talk about Khajuraho, but they are not the only things worth a look here. There is a fort, a palace and a museum for those who want to delve into the regal and cultural splendor of the region. There are interesting lakes and waterfalls and beautiful rock formations that can charm any nature lovers who ventures there and there are national parks and sanctuaries for the wildlife enthusiasts. For the casual tourists, who just want a break from the hectic lifestyle of the big cities, Khajuraho is an idyllic place to visit.
The cultural capital of India, Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh is a major center for spiritualism, mysticism, Hinduism and Indian philosophy. Also known as Benares and Kashi, Varanasi is one of the oldest surviving cities worldwide and an important pilgrimage destination not only for Hindus, but for Buddhists and Jains as well.