This city is a retreat for the best IT and engineering schools. Over the years, it has also been recognised as the greenest and cleanest city in the country.

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Visitors come to this city for a variety of reasons, including beach vacations, exotic local cuisine, buying clothes, cultural exploration, and observing various forms of art and heritage.

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Iconic landmarks such as India Gate, Qutub Minar, Lotus Temple, Red Fort, and other eye-catching locations are a must visit.

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Dal Lake, the majestic Pir Panjal peak, the sublime Mughal Gardens, the clear and pleasant weather, and the one-of-a-kind cultural display are all compelling reasons to visit.

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Jaipur is known as the “Pink City” because of its beautiful architecture. The beautiful City Palace, a couple of impressive Rajput forts, and the numerous temples are among the most popular attractions.

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Tourists come to see this beautiful city, go sightseeing, and eat the region’s special cuisines. Another thing to do in Kolkata is to go antique shopping in one of the city’s many elegant shopping malls and streets.

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India’s most multicultural city, is located along the sea and was formerly known as Bombay. It is also India’s largest city and, without a doubt, the country’s financial centre.

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Another city in the state of Rajasthan, is most famous for its stunning lakes, forts, monuments, and royal residences, and is not to be missed.

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This city is one of northern India’s most wonderful, cultural, and religious cities. The devotional scenes in the river, set against the backdrop of stunning temples is worth watching.

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