BEST UNKNOWN PLACES OF INDIA

BEST UNKNOWN PLACES OF INDIA

BEST UNKNOWN PLACES OF INDIA WHICH YOU DON’T                                                                 KNOW

BEST UNKNOWN PLACES OF INDIA. INDIA: A travelers’ list is a complicated place. It includes places that are world heritage sites and then it has places no one has ever heard of, it has places that every travel guide book talks about and then it has places barely visible on Google Maps. To add to the marvels of every traveler must-visit list, I present a list of 10 Most Beautiful Places in The World, that is in India and is a must-visit.

1. Unakoti, Tripura

The Unakoti Hill celebrates Shiva and it hosts an ancient Shaivite place of worship. It is the prime tourist spot of the Tripura District in the Kailashahar Subdivision of Tripura.

The pilgrimage in this region dates all the way back to the 7th and 9th centuries. For the carvings, murals and waterfalls, do not miss out on this spectacle.

No, you don’t have to be a millionaire and neither do you have to backpack across Europe to witness mother nature at her best.

True beauty is right around the corner, all you have to do is look for it. Solo travel or travel with friends or family and explore the beauty that India has to offer.

2.KAMSHET, MAHARASHTRA

Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high there’s a place called Kamshet. Okay, maybe not over the rainbow, but you get what I mean! Let the idyllic surroundings grow on you as you explore the little villages and visit the Pavana lake, the Shinde wadi hills, and the Bhedsa caves.

Home to various flying and paragliding schools is Kamshet which should ideally be visited between September and April. If you want to tick paragliding off the bucket list, Kamshet is a must-visit.

3.Bhedaghat, Madhya Pradesh

The Marble Rocks of Bhedaghat is a marvel that no one should ever miss out on.

You could indulge on a boat ride down a moonlit night along the Narmada river cradled in the marble gorges of the Bhedaghat.

Sailing through life’s solemn mains, taking photos with your eyes and building everlasting memories is what you could just catch a glimpse of in Bhedaghat.

4.Halebid, Karnataka

Hoysala architecture makes Halebid a famous city. The temples, shrines, and pieces of architecture stand out like no other. The city, known much for its spiritual acclaim houses many Jain temples and also the temples of Belur, Shantaleswara, Kedareswara, and Hoysaleswara.

5.Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Beautiful places are often hidden away in the most easily accessible places. To those of us with less money than enthusiasm, Himachal is like a gift from God.

To escape the stresses of mundane life, Parvati Valley in Himachal is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.

Starting at the confluence of River Parvati and River Beas. the valley is famous for its pretty as a picture coniferous forests and crystal clear mountain streams.

Nestled in these sylvan hills is the charming village of Kasol. Resplendent in natural beauty, Kasol is fast emerging as a hub for backpackers, trekkers, and nature lovers.

It is yet to be ruined by commercialization. However, it is also one of those places you want to strike off your,

bucket list before you have children as it is home to a deep-rooted local culture of pot and hippie hues.

Even if you are not into either of those, there are many other things to do in Kasol.

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