Jaipur, India

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Jaipur, India

Also known as the “Pink City” Jaipur is the largest city in Rajasthan and built in the 18th century. It is know as the “Pink City” because of the color of the stone used in the walled city. Jaipur was named after a great warrior and astronomer Mahahraja JaiSingh II. When visiting the city  it is must to see all three forts; Hawa Mahal, Amber, and Jaigarh forts. Also don’t forget to shop in City palaces bazaars and pick up souvenirs, like Camel leather shoes.

Mumbai, India

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Mumbai, India

Mumbai is the commercial and entertainment capital of the country. Mumbai is also considered as the wealthiest city in India with lots of millionaires. The city has good facilities of clean water, infrastructure, transportation, education institutes and business opportunities. Though Mumbai can feel chaotic and crowded, there are peaceful moments to be found here. Nibble a paper cone of bhelpuri while you stroll the sands of Chowpatty Beach. Then, take a short walk to Mani Bhavan, where Mahatma Gandhi once lived, strategized, and was ultimately arrested. The markets are spirited places to bargain for spices or souvenirs. Take a guided tour of Dharavi for an eye-opening glimpse into what Mumbai life is like for nearly a million people.

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Agra, Taj Mahal, India

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Agra, India

Where better to go for a romantic vacation than to the great testament of love, the Taj Mahal? Built by the grieving Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his late wife Mumtaz Mahal, the Taj Mahal’s unrivaled beauty explains why it’s regarded as one of the eight wonders of the world. A visit to India wouldn’t be complete without it. Other must-experience destinations in Agra are two other UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the sandstone Red Fort and Fatehpur Sikri.

Bangalore, India

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Bangalore, India

Known as both the “Garden City” and “The Silicon Valley of India,” Bangalore (officially “Bengaluru”) is a techie’s paradise, boasting the highest concentration of IT companies in the country. When you’re done geeking out, there are plenty of gardens, museums, natural features, palaces and temples to fill your dance card. Visit Vidhana Soudha, Cubbon Park and the Ulsoor Lake of Bangalore, well known for its beautiful locales and boating facilities. Bangalore is also a major center of Indian classical music and dance, and of vivid, cutting-edge nightlife.

New Delhi, India

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New Delhi, India

New Delhi is all at once chaotic and calm, a complicated city where cows often wander the shanty-lined streets. The 17th century Red Fort is a mass of domes and turrets, while Chandni Chowk is an exercise in friendly haggling. Jantar Mantar features larger-than-life sundials and astronomical instruments that are still used to predict the weather. Travelers and locals flock to the India Gate, the national monument of India that honors the soldiers who died in World War I and the Third Afghan War.