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The city of Nashik, located in Maharashtra welcomes every traveller with open arms and a pleasant weather almost throughout the year. Nashik is a hot favourite amongst tourists for its rich cultural, historical and religious value. As soon as one enters the city, the nerves begin to soothe and tiredness is replaced by sensory delights.
It is the city of Maa, and the Bengali - the 'Bhadralok' or the gentlemen. Its the city of culture, the arts, robindro shongeet and Satyajeet Ray. It is the house to the only surviving tram system in India, it is teeming with haphazardly placed odd buildings looming large over you as you muster to look at the cloudy skies.
We travel away from the city and its hectic life, to find contentment within our souls. Mcleodganj is a perfect destination to find peace and beauty altogether. A small village in the suburbs of Dharamshala, in Kangra district Himachal Pradesh. We all have heard "Good things come in small packages" Mcleodganj is a small village with population of just 10,000 residents.
The scar of the massacre of Jallianwala Bagh gets opened up again when you just reach to the place from where 1600 rounds of bullets were fired on 20,000 innocent people but Amritsar is more to offer than food, pilgrimage but Peace and tranquility.
Mumbai, a city of dreams, a city that never sleeps and a city so full of life that one cannot help but feel full of life. Capital city of Maharashtra, Mumbai is the nerve centre of the entire country and rightly its financial capital. Mumbai has been ranked 6th among top 10 global cities on billionaire count, ahead of Shanghai, Paris and Los Angeles. The city was renamed from being called “Bombay” to “Mumbai” in 1996, the name being derived from the Koli goddess—Mumbadevi.
As soon as I reached towards the Asia’s longest tunnel, Jawahar tunnel, my heart missed a beat. There is always a bed of water in that tunnel and I could really feel the sound of my vehicle passing over it. The tunnel opened up to the beautiful view of rice fields with the sunlight being reflected by the water in them. The farmers in the traditional dresses annexed the sightliness.
Known as the Scotland of India, Coorg is a nature lover’s delight, the misty mountains, pristine nature, the rains and of course the aroma of the coffee you wake up every day to!