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Cities of India

Ahmedabad

This former capital of Gujarat, was built by Sultan Ahmed Shah. Impressed by the scenic beauty of the area, the young Sultan built his capital around the Bhadra Fort. Eleven of the twelve gates of the 600 year old fort still stand today. The beauty of this city is in its blend of the old and the new. This lively, modern city is filled with ancient monuments and mosques; displaying the city's eventful history in its architecture and art.

New Delhi

Delhi

The capital of India hosts the meeting of the ancient and modern times. Excavation sites date the earliest habitation of Delhi to the 3rd century BC. Today, Delhi is one of the busiest entry points to India. This city's monuments are amongst the most architecturally striking in the country. Places of interest include the Bahai Temple, National Gallery of Modern Art, Qutab Minar, Raj Ghat, Safdarjung's tomb, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Jama Masjid, the Red Fort, and the Rail Transport Museum.

Mumbai

Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra is a vibrant city and the glamour of Bollywood cinema. It is the most affluent and industrialized city in India. Places of interest include the Victoria Terminus, Mahalaxmi Temple, the Hanging Gardens, Kamala Park, Flora Fountain, and the Cathedral of St. Thomas. Near Mumbai you can discover the Elephanta islands, Krishnagiri Upavan National Park, Montepezir and Jogeshwari Caves and Bassein, Manori beach and the Kanheri caves.

Mumbai
Goa

Goa

Remnants of European colonialism, prevalence of Catholicism, and a social progressiveness makes Goa a distinct city in India. With a 100kms long coastline, Goa is famous for its white beaches. Some of these beaches are Calangute, Colva, Baga, Vagator, and Miaramar.

Kolkata

Located along the eastern bank of the Hooghly river, Kolkata is known as the "City of Joy". Home to over 10 million people, this bustling city is the hub of music, theatre, art, and sport activities. It is filled with festivals and cultural events. Places of interest include the Victoria Memorial, Ochterlony Monument, the Eden Gardens and the Eden Gardens Stadium.

Kolkata
Agra

Agra

Home to the Taj Mahal, the most extravagant monument ever built for love. It is an awesome monument that stands on a marble platform. Also located in Agra is Agra Fort. Initially a military structure, the fort houses palaces, courts, mosques, and gardens. These include the Jehangiri Mahal, the Diwan - i - Am, the Khas Mahal, the Palace of Mirrors, the Pearl Mosque, the Nagina Masjidand the Garden of Grapes. Brindavan, the land of a thousand shrines, and Mathura, the birthplace of Krishna, are both located near Agra.

Varanasi

Built on the banks of the sacred Ganges, the "Eternal City" is considered the religious capital of India. Varanasi claims to be one of the oldest living cities having held civilization for over 2000 years. The famous ghats of Varanasi are the setting of many religious rites from childbirth to marriage, and the dispersing of remains. Assi, Dasawamedha, Barnasangam, Panchganga, and Manikamika are some of the ghats located here.

Varanai
Jaipur

Jaipur

Popularly known as "The Pink City" because of the ochre-pink hue of its old buildings. Pink is the color associated with hospitality. Jaipur sits on a dry lakebed surrounded by an arid landscape. Places to visit include Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Jantar Mantar, Narain Temple, Birla Mandir Planetarium, and the Rajmahal Palace.

Udaipur

Built around Lake Pichola, this romantic city has been dubbed the "Venice of the East". Beautiful lakes and lush greens, tourists can visit the mystical Lake Palace located in the center of Lake Pichola. Udaipur offers a wide range of tourist spots and shopping.

Udaipur
Mysore

Mysore

Famous for its thriving market of silk, sandalwood, and incense, Mysore is a city filled with old world charm. Places to visit include Mysore palace, Brindavan Garden Chamundi Hills, St. Philomena's Church, and the Ranganathaswamy Temple.

Kochi (Cochin)

Located along the tropical Malibar coast, this city is a blend of medieval Portugal, Holland, and English countryside. Kochi is a busy port city known as the "Queen of the Arabian Sea". Places to visit include Fort Cochin, St. Francis' Church, and the Dutch Palace at Matancherry.

Cochin

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