Tourist Destinations in India

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Pinnacle Technology, Sep 28, 2010 - Education
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The book is intended for both the segments of travelers; the domestic wanderers and for whom India is an unfamiliar territory. Tourism in India is notching up yearon-year. Fulfilling the need as a guide book this volume also seeks to offer some insight of academic vlue on the subject.
  

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Contents

The Taj Alone is Worth the Visit to Agra
15
Jaisalmer The Land of Sand and Chivalry
27
Delhi The Seat of Power and Glory
39
Mumbai The Economic PowerHouse of India
53
Chittorgarh The Mauryan Fort of Rajput Valour
65
Mount Abu The Hill Retreat in Rajasthan Desert
77
Rameshwaram A Journey into
86
Madurai The Athens of the East
92
Khajuraho Temples Sensuous and Sublime
113
The Exotic Orchha
120
The Goan Images
125
Mussoorie The Queen of the Hills
133
Transcendental Journey to Chardham
138
A Trip to Darjeeling
145
Exploring NorthEast The Sikkim Saga
154
Beauty of the Woods Pachmari Calling
167

The Ajanta Caves and the Buddhist Icons
98
The Marvels of Ellora Caves
106

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