Destination Guide

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West Bengal


West Bengal is a mosaic of the small-town and the sophisticated. A city with a soul, Kolkata, is its cultural centre and still bears the imprint of its Victorian past and the British Raj. The Gangetic delta in West Bengal is rich in plant and animal life. The Sunderbans, which was declared a National Park in 1984, covers a stretch of mangrove swamp, and a few islands and small rivers near the Bay of Bengal. Home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, the Sunderbans have the largest tiger population in the country. This is one of the three large national parks in the state - the other two being Jaldapara and the Dooars.



Kolkata
Siliguri
Darjeeling
Durgapur
Kanchrapara
Raniganj

Meghalaya


Shillong

Rajasthan


Rajasthan is the jewel in India's tourism crown. A visit to Rajasthan is an experience like none other, a treasure trove of offerings that represent the best of the Orient. Timeless forts and palaces each with tales of chivalry, intrigue and love, the unsurpassed variety of terrain, unique cuisine and a shopper's paradise - every turn, every hamlet, every lane has a surprise waiting.


Ajmer
Pushkar
Chittorgarh
Jodhpur
Bharatpur

Madhya Pradesh


The exquisitely carved temples of Khajuraho have long been a celebration of Indian art, but India's fifth largest State has more than striking architecture to offer the traveler. Madhya Pradesh's rich religious heritage is evident in its diverse temples, stupas and masjids and competes with its cultural inheritance - its royal forts and palaces - for attention. Steeped in divinity, diversity and vibrant celebrations, the State's glorious history is reflected in its imposing forts, grand palaces, and sky-skimming temples.



Bhopal
Indore
Jabalpur & Bedaghat
Ratlam & Jaora
Gwalior
Hoshangabad
Ujjain
Khajuraho
Bandhavgarh
Kanha
Pachmarhi
Mandu
Maheshwar
Burhanpur
Agar Malwa
Ashta
Barwaha
Barwani
Betul
Chhindwara
Dhar
Mandsaur
Nagda
Neemuch