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North Indian

About North Indian

North India is a loosely defined region consisting of the northern part of India. The dominant geographical features of North India are the Indus-Gangetic Plain and the Himalayas, which demarcate the region from the Tibetan Plateau and Central Asia

Destinations in North Indian

Agra

Agra, The City of Love, residing on the banks of Yamuna, 206 km away from the National capital New Delhi, is the 4th most populous city in Uttar Pradesh

Ajmer

Ajmer is a city in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan. South of the city's artificial Ana Sagar Lake is Ajmer Sharif Dargah, the domed shrine of the

Amritsar

Amritsar, home for 1,32,761 people based on 2011 census, is one of the ten Municipal Corporations in the state. The Golden City is a 217km drive from the

Bhopal

Bhopal, located in the Ahmedabad district of Gujarat. Bhopal was granted a municipality after it merges with nearby village Ghuma in February 2015. Till

Bodh-Gaya

Bodh Gaya is a town in the upper east Indian territory of Bihar. Considered perhaps the main Buddhist journey destinations, it's overwhelmed by the antiquated

Chandigarh

Chandigarh local pronunciation is a city and a union territory in India that serves as the capital of the two neighbouring states of Haryana and Punjab.

Gangtok

Sikkim is a state in northeast India, bordered by Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal. Part of the Himalayas, the area has a dramatic landscape that includes India’s

Haridwar

Haridwar is an antiquated city and significant Hindu pilgrimage center in North India's Uttarakhand state, where the River Ganges leaves the Himalayan

Indore

Indore, the headquarters of Indore District and Indore Division, is the largest city in the Madhya Pradesh. Indore is the first city to have both the Indian

Jaipur

Jaipur, named after the ruler, Jai Singh, who found it. Jaipur is the tenth most populous city in the country with a population crossing 3.1 million in

Jammu-Kashmir

Jammu and Kashmir was a locale earlier directed by India as a state from 1954 to 2019, comprising the southern and south-eastern part of the bigger Kashmir

Jim-corbett

Edward James Corbett CIE VD (25 July 1875 – 19 April 1955) was a British hunter, tracker and conservationist, author and naturalist, who hunted a large

Kangra

Kangra is the most populous city in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The popular Masrur temples also called Himalayan Pyramids are situated here. Kangra

Lucknow

Lucknow is the capital and largest city of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh and is also the administrative headquarters of the eponymous district and

Manali

Manali, know for honeymoon destination and backpacking center, the resort town resides on high altitudes of northern Himachal Pradesh. It's one of the

Mathura

Mathura, known as the birthplace of Krishna, is the centre of Mathura district of Uttar Pradesh. Mathura was the economic hub located at the junction of

Nainital

Nainital is a Himalayan resort town in the Kumaon region of India’s Uttarakhand state, at an elevation of roughly 2,000m. Formerly a British hill station,

New Delhi

New Delhi, the capital of India, is a Massive metropolitan area in North India. Due to its history, dating back to ancient India and Mughal Empire, the

Noida

Noida, short for the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority, is a planned city under the management of the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority

Rishikesh

Rishikesh, the 'Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas and 'Yoga Capital of the World', is a city in Uttarakhand. Located 25km north of Haridwar and 43km southeast

Shimla

Shimla, residing in the foothills of Himalayas, is the capital of Himachal Pradesh. It was considered as the summer capital of British India and it still

Varanasi

Varanasi (Hindustani pronunciation is also known as Benares. Banaras or Kashi is a city on the banks of the river Ganga in the Uttar Pradesh state of North

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