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Srirangapatna

Srirangapatna (Srirangapatnam) is an island in the middle of the sacred Cauvery River. This is a place of great historical, cultural and religious ...  Read more

St Mary’s Church

St Mary’s Church, the small Anglican church within the walls of Fort St George, is the oldest masonry building within the fort. Consecrated in 1680, the church ...  Read more

Taj Mahal

Considered one of the world’s most iconic landmarks, and elected as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, the Taj Mahal is a living testament to grandeur, ...  Read more

The Maidan (Esplanade)

Often described as the lungs of Kolkata (Calcutta), the Maidan (Esplanade) is the city’s largest urban green space and home to numerous cricket and soccer ...  Read more

Tipu Sultan's Palace

Tipu Sultan’s Palace was built in the late 18th century as a summer retreat for this former ruler of the kingdom of Mysore. Part of a larger complex which once ...  Read more

Udaipur City Palace

The largest palace in all of Rajasthan, the Udaipur City Palace built by Udaipur founder Maharana Udai Singh II, sits perched on hill overlooking the city and ...  Read more

Victoria Memorial

The Victoria Memorial in Kolkata (Calcutta) is both a symbol of the city and the entire British Raj. The giant, white marble tribute to Queen Victoria was ...  Read more

Agra

Crowded, congested Agra, a city of some 1.5 million people in Northern India, often lands a spot on any first-time visitor’s itinerary for one reason: the ...  Read more

Agra Fort

Within a stone’s throw of the Taj Mahal, the 16th-century Agra Fort serves as another testament to the immense wealth and power of the Mughal Empire. ...  Read more

Amritsar

Amritsar, a Punjabi city and the capital of the Sikh religion since the late sixteenth century, is home to one of India’s most impressive religious sites, the ...  Read more

Fatehpur Sikri

Set 25 miles (40 km) west of Agra lies the deserted city of Fatehpur Sikri (City of Victory), built by Akbar in the late 16th century to serve as the new ...  Read more

Varanasi

Varanasi, one of the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world and one of India’s holiest pilgrimage sites, sits on the banks of the Ganges River in the ...  Read more

Anjuna Beach

During Goa’s hippie heyday, Anjuna Beach was party central; and though flower children have given way to backpacking hipsters, much of the beach’s Bohemian ...  Read more

Baga Beach

Baga Beach in northern Goa was at the center of the state’s tourism boom during the hippie heydays of the 1960s and 70s. It was here, along with the Calangute ...  Read more

Bahá'í Temple (Lotus Temple)

The Bahá'í Temple in Delhi is one of the most visited buildings in the world, attracting over 50 million people since it opened in 1986. Also known ...  Read more

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