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*Athirappalli is the largest waterfall in the state of Kerala. It’s a scenic combination of forests and little streams.

* At Varkala, a six-km long, 40-metre high red laterite cliff, facing the Papanasam beach, has been declared a geo-heritage site by the Geological Survey of India (GSI) in view of its ‘unique geological significance.

*Trivandrum is a major IT hub of India contributing 80% of Kerala’s software exports. Padmanabhaswami Temple, the world richest temple is located here. In terms of area, the largest technology park in Asia, the Technopark, is also located here.


*The village of Munsiari falls on the ancient silk route from Tibet and is at the entrance to the Johar Valley, extending along the path of the river Gori Ganga to its source at the Milam Glacier. As a part of the administrative region of Munsiari is located in the Gori river basin, it harbours rare species of birds and on May 2014, a total of 2319 birds have been recorded which constitutes a quarter of India’s birds.

*Patal Bhubaneswar is not just one cave, it’s a series of caves within caves as it was created due to the flow of water. This cave has a narrow tunnel-like opening which leads to a number of caves and is fully electrically illuminated. Various spectacular stalactite and stalagmite figures have been created from limestone rock formations.

*The Chand Kings, who ruled over Kumayon from the 11th to 18th century AD, had made Binsar their summer capital. Zero Point in Binsar is where one can see the Himalayan peaks like Kedarnath Peak, Shivling, Trisul and Nanda Devi.


*According to legend, the town of Tabo surrounds a Buddhist monastery which is over a thousand years old. The Dalai Lama maintains that the Tabo Monastery is one of the holiest.

*Saharan is the site of the Bhimakali Temple and is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas.


*One of the largest caves in the country, Bora cave distinctly exhibits a variety of speleothem ranging in size and irregularly shaped stalactites and stalagmites.

*The Niagara Falls of India, Chitrakot, is so nicknamed because of its width during monsoon seasons. A small Hindu shrine dedicated to the Lord Shiva and several naturally created grottos named Parvati caves lie on the left bank of the Chitrakot falls.

* Ramoji Film City, the largest integrated film city in the world holds The Guinnes World Records for being the largest film studio complex in the world.


*The Buddhists believed that about 101 lakes exist in and around Sela pass and that each of those lakes have a huge religious significance for their community which makes this part of the Eastern Himalayan range very special for them.

*Tawang Monastery is the largest monastery in India and the second largest in Asia after the Potala Palace situated in Lhasa, Tibet. The liabrary of this monastery is a three-storied building which stands on the western side of the court and holds valuable old scriptures.


*Jwalamukhi is a Shakti peetha town and is a site for Hindu pilgrimage. The registers of Hindu genealogy of Jwalamukhi are kept here.

*Mr. Willy T. Blazer, Vice Counselor and Head of Chancery of Switzerland in India brought Khajjiar on the world tourism map by calling it ”Mini Switzerland” on 7th July, 1992.


*For pilgrims who visit the Vaishno Devi, Katra serves as a base camp.

* The historic significance of Sonmarg was a gateway on ancient Silk-Route along with Gilgit which connected Kashmir with China and other Gulf countries *


* Encircled with hills of Bhutan and India on the banks of the river Jaldhaka is the valley of Bindu, the last hamlet of West Bengal

* The fusion of forests, hills, plains, rivers, tea-gardens is the village of Samsing


*Jolly Buoy is a part of the Mahatma Gandhi Marine National Park and is very famous for its under water corals and the pristine clear beach.

*Baratang contains the only known examples of a unique phenomenon that of a mud volcano.


*In Shravanabelagola, more than 800 inscriptions have been found, dating to various times from 600 AD to 1830 AD.
*The capital of the Hoysala Empire in the 12-13th century, Halebidu is the home to some of the best examples of Hoysala architecture.


*Considered sacred by both Buddhists and Hindus, Gurudamber lake is believed to be blessed not only by Guru Padmasambava but also by Guru Nanak, while he was passing through this area.

*Pemayangtse literally means ‘the perfect sublime lotus’ and is considered as an alter for the entire Buddhism clan. It is also the most famous monastery in West Sikkim.

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