• Explore Mahakaleshwar Temple, which is the 12th Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva.
• Visit the Kark Rajeshware Temple that is situated on the Tropic of Cancer.
• Take a dip in Shipra and clean all your sins.
Location- Madhya Pradesh
It is popularly known as the city of lights or Kashi, which is a sacred city on the West Bank of River Ganga. It is considered the most ancient city that has a history over 3000 years ago. This city is home to national and international pilgrims who want to experience the culture and tradition of Hindus.
• Ganga Arti.
• Shop famous Banaras sarees, hand-knotted carpets, etc.
• Explore temples that are 500-1000 years old.
Location- Uttar Pradesh
Hampi is a popular ancient South Indian village recognized for its stone temples and ancient ruins. This village is situated on bumpy landscapes in the Bellary region of Karnataka, which is today UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts thousands of travelers every year.
• Visit ancient and beautiful temples.
• Enjoy sunrise and sunset over historic ruins.
• Enjoy trekking to Matunga and Anjuan Hills.
Gwalior is a fantastic place that is home to royal residences, beautiful temples, and historic sites. This destination is quite famous for Gwalior Fort that has an astonishing history. Gwalior is also an ancient city with some forts.
• Visit various temples and Surajkund, a large tank that is believed to contain magical water.
• Visit Jai Vilas Palace and witness the great Scindia legacy in Gwalior.
• Explore the city in Jan and Feb to enjoy the most significant trade fair.
Location- Madhya Pradesh
Thanjavur became a significant city during the rule of Cholas, who made it the capital city. By the 18th century, this city became a major cultural and heritage city of India. The city is known as the Rice Bowl of South India, as you would find a lot of rice fields.
• Visit the 11th Century Brihadeeswara temple, which is one of the most elegant architecture by Cholas.
• Witness Bharatnatyam recital.
• Shop Tanjore paintings and dolls
Location- Tamil Nadu
Pushkar is a beautiful city recognized for boasting only single Brahma Temple across the country. This city settled on the Banks of Sarovar River that sets its beauty apart from others. More so, the yearly Pushkar fair or mela is world-famous.
• Pushkar Camel Fair.
• Visit the only Brahma Temple.
• Take a dip in the sacred Pushkar Lake.
It is a famous city that was earlier known as Baroda. Vadodara is situated on the banks of River Vishwamaitri, and its history dates back to 2000 years. Today, the city is home to families of Gaekwads and most prominent colleges and schools of the state.
• Visit Laxmi Palace, one of the amazing architectural wonders of the state.
• Explore Sayaji Baug, a delightful garden that was built in 1879.
• Sursagar Lake in which the water never dries up.
Puri is called “temple town,” which is the oldest city of India that one can’t miss out on. The Jagannath Temple is very popular among Hindu pilgrims located here. This temple is known for having the biggest kitchen on the planet.
• Witness Jagannath Rath Yatra.
• Explore the biggest kitchen in the temple.
• Visit the beautiful Puri Beach.