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Agra

The Taj Mahal Completed in 1653 AD, Taj Mahal built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan is the

final resting place of his favourite Queen, Mumtaz. These perfectly symmetrical monuments set

amidst landscaped gardens took 22 years (1630-1652) of hard labour and 20,000 workers

Masons and Jewellers to build. Fantastic inlay work using semi-precious stones decorate

the interiors all such ornamental features and the history that goes with it makes Taj Mahal

a real time façade of Agra tourism and is a must visit destination for all those lovers of history

art, architecture and culture. Visiting Hours: 6 am to 7.30 pm. (Friday closed)

 

Shimla

Shimla, the summer capital of the British India, is situated at a height of 2,196 metres. While

the British have left the echoes linger on. today, its well developed facilities, easy accessibility

and many attractions make it one of India’s most popular resorts. In the Himalyan lower ranges

it is surrounded by pine, cedar, oak and rhododendron forests. Shimla is located towards the

southern parts of the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Now It is the state capital and is

at a distance of 343 km from Delhi, 260 km from Manali, and 119 km from Chandigarh.

The temperature range is not very high and the maximum temperature rarely crosses 25°C

during summers. Winters are cold due to the chilly winds from the upper Himalayas.

 

Lakakh & Leh

Ladakh, the land of many passes, snow clad mountains and arid land is among the highest of

the world’s inhabited plateaus. It lies at altitudes ranging from about 2,750 meters at Kargil to

7,672 meters at Saser Kangri in the Karakoram. The summer temperatures exceed up to 35 °

C, while in winter they may drop to -40 ° C in some high altitude areas. Ladakh has been the

described as ‘Moon Land’, ‘Magic Land’, and ‘Mysterious Land’ for its unique landscape and

exquisite culture.

 

Goa

Goa is a strip of land 110 kilometres long and 60 km wide, between the Sahyadri range of the

Western Ghats and the Arabian sea on the west coast of India. The coastline is indented by

numerous deep, sheltered river estuaries which account for the importance of Goa’s harbours

on ancient trade routes. The climate is tropical with a June to September monsoon, when

rainfall is approximately 400 cms. For the rest of the year humidity is surprisingly low and

average daily temperature is 27°C (85°F). The coolest months are November to February

when night temperat-ures can fall to 20°C (70°F) and a pull-over may be worn.

 

Rajasthan

Rajasthan which is the largest state of India, also known as “The Land of Kings”. It is situated in

the North-west part of India and is mostly the Desert , The Thar Desert also called “The Great

Indian Desert”.The surrounding States of Rajasthan are Gujrat, Madhya Pradesh, Utter Pradesh

Haryana and Punjab.The State of Rajasthan covers 10.4% of the total Indian Land.

 

Rajasthan capital: the Jaipur city also known as pink city. Rajasthan having a very diverse

climatic conditions. In summers, it reaches 49 feels like steaming hot and in winters, at some

places, it reaches below freezing temperature. Other thing about Rajasthan is it have one of the

oldest mountain range known as Aravali range. Aravali range of Rajasthan also features a

beautiful place Maunt Abu also famous for its Dilwada temples.

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