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    GOA

    The former Portuguese enclave of GOA, midway down India’s southwest coast, has been a holiday destination since colonial times, when British troops and officials used to travel here from across the country for a spot of “R & R”.

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    TAMILNADU

    When Indians refer to “the South”, it’s usually TAMIL NADU they’re talking about.

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    RAJASTHAN

    Rajasthan’s extravagant palaces, forts and finely carved temples comprise one of the country’s richest crop of architectural monuments.

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    DElhi

    India’s capital, DELHI is the hub of the country, a buzzing international metropolis which draws people from across India and the globe.

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India, it is often said, is not a country, but a continent. Stretching from the frozen summits of the Himalayas to the tropical greenery of Kerala, its expansive borders encompass an incomparable range of landscapes, cultures and people. Walk the streets of any Indian city and you’ll rub shoulders with representatives of several of the world’s great faith.

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That so much of India's past remains discernible today is all the more astonishing given the pace of change since Independence in 1947.
The state of RAJASTHAN emerged after Partition from a mosaic of twenty-two feudal kingdom.
Delhi is the symbol of old India and new.
MUMBAI (Bombay), the city Aldous Huxley famously described as the most appalling.
Northeast of Delhi, bordering Nepal and Tibet, the mountains of the Garhwal and Kumaon regions rise from the fertile sub-Himalayan plains. Together they form the state of UTTARAKHAND.
India's northernmost and sixth-largest state, JAMMU AND KASHMIR (usually shortened to J&K), is one of its most mountainous and staggeringly beautiful.
The former Portuguese enclave of GOA, midway down India's southwest coast, has been a holiday destination since colonial times.

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