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Taj Mahal magnificently standing on the  west bank of river Yamuna is one of the Seven Wonders of The World.Timings: Every Day, (except Friday), Sunrise to Sunset Night, 8:30 PM to 12:30 AM (On Full moon night, two days before and two days after)   Day Fee: Rs 750 (Foreigners) Rs 510 ...

Ahmedabad the sixth largest city in India is the commercial hub of Gujarat,30 kms away from the Capital city Gandhinagar. Established by the Solanki Ruler King Karandev  and named as "Karnavati" till 1411 when Sultan Ahmed Shah conquered and renamed it to "Ahmedabad".Built on spacious plane East of...

Founded in 1494 by Ahmad Nizam Shah, this historical city where Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru wrote his “Discovery of India” was also the place where the, sugar co-op. movement started in Maharashtra. It is now also developing as important industrial and trading city Situated on the banks of river S...

Declared The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ajanta Caves are rock-cut cave monuments dating back to the 2nd century BC. The caves are nested in a horseshoe-shaped ravine close to village of Ajintha along the river Waghur.Discovered by British by chance in 1989 these 30 caves excavated in the south s...

Surrouded by mountains on all sides, Ajmer was fromaerly known as "Ajaimeru".Established by Ajaypal Chauhan in 7th Century it is also known as "Jibralter" of the East due to number of attacks it had surviced.Ajmer is a pilgrim center attracting both Hindu and  Sufi devotees.Places of interest inclu...

Once a princely state during the British Raj, Akkalkot is known for its association with Shri Swami Samarth Maharaj - the reincarnation of Lord Dattatreya. Swami Samartha lived here for 22 years at the residence of his disciple Cholappa and attained `Mahasamadhi` in 1878. The `...

Based at the confluence (Sangam) of the rivers Ganga, Yamuna and mythical Sarasvati, Prayag, (place of offerings) was originally called Kaushambi.Mughal Emperor Akbar renamed it Ilahabad, and the British changed to Allahabad.Lord Rama visited the Ashram of Sage Bharadwaj on his way to Chitrakoot.San...

Located on the banks of the Indrayani River, Alandi popularly known as Devachi Alandi (God`s place) is known for ‘samadhi’ and a temple of the Saint-poet Dynaeshwar. The temple was built in 1570.  Sant Dynanehswar translated the Bhagwat Geeta in Marathi known as `Dyneshwari` and attained...

Alibag (District: Raigad) Developed in 17th Century by Sarkhel Kanhoji Aangre (naval admiral of King Shivaji ), Alibag was the historic hinterland of Bene Israeli Jews and now it is headquarters of the Raigad district. It was known as Alibag due to the gardens (Bag) owned by a local rich man Ali....

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