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West India

Western India comprises of the states of Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra, and is primarily famous for places like Mumbai, Goa, Rann of Kutch, the cave temples of Ajanta and Ellora and the Wildlife Sanctuaries in Gujarat. Boasting of a rich cultural heritage, this part of the country houses some exemplary tourist sites including magnificent monuments, which are embodiments of the glorious architectural heritage of ancient India.

Besides, the temperate climate in west India supports the growth of uniquely varied flora and fauna. Hence, some of the finest and best known wildlife sanctuaries are located in West India.

The third largest state in India, Maharashtra overlooks the Arabian Sea and forms an integral part of West India. This coastal state presents a fine blend of tradition and modernity, and is home to several enchanting tourist attractions.

Maharashtra’s rich cultural tradition is magnificently reflected in its palaces and monuments which lure hundreds of tourists to Maharashtra from all corners of the globe. Prominent among these monuments are the Gateway of India, Mumbai; Elephanta Caves, Mumbai, Aga Khan Palace, Pune; Aurangabad Caves; and the rock cut caves at Ajanta and Ellora. Home to some of the finest embodiments of rock-cut architecture, Ajanta and Ellora are archeological sites, lying about 30 km from Aurangabad in Maharashtra. This World Heritage Site is renowned for its monumental caves built by the Rashtrakutas and other ruling dynasties of ancient South India.

Maharashtra

MAHARASHTRA – The most fascinating region of India. It is the state with rich cultural heritage and is a land of intense spirituality and religious faith. Maharashtra has to its credit pilgrimage centers with great landmarks in the evolution of Indian Temple architecture. Maharashtra has 720 km. long sea face extending from Dahanu and Bordi in the north up to Goa proceeding southwards. If you have liking for sand, sea and surf, this State has a great many interesting options in store… Read More

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Goa

Located in the Sahayadri Range in the Western Ghats with the Arabian Sea on its west, Goa occupies an important place in all tourist itineraries in India. There are six main rivers– the Mandovi, Terekhol (Tiracol), Zuari, Chapora, Sal and Talpona, which weave their way throughout the state forming the inland waterways. A boat ride on river Mandovi is an experience that you will never forget. . Here the sea and rivers are rich with seafood like – prawns, mackerels, sardines, crabs and lobsters… Read More

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Gujarat

Offering a number of tourist attractions in India, ranging from monuments to amusement parks; from museums to forts; from mosques to temples – Gujurat is a city of variety blending the ethnicity and modernity to perfect balance. The various festivals, and events celebrated in Ahmedabad are also some of the reasons for the huge influx of tourists to this beautiful city. The traditional festivities of Navratri and Rath Yatra are the main entertaining occasions that the people indulge in here… Read More

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Rajasthan

Offering a number of tourist attractions in India, ranging from monuments to amusement parks; from museums to forts; from mosques to temples – Gujurat is a city of variety blending the ethnicity and modernity to perfect balance. The various festivals, and events celebrated in Ahmedabad are also some of the reasons for the huge influx of tourists to this beautiful city. The traditional festivities of Navratri and Rath Yatra are the main entertaining occasions that the people indulge in here… Read More

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