Things to do in India

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Things to Do in India

Top Attractions in India

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  • Windy_Keala
    Kapolei, HI343 contributions
    I thought this would be an overrated tourist attraction, but I was pleasantly surprised. I visited at sunrise, which I think is a little less crowded than other times. The structures and grounds are absolutely stunning and I was blown away. This is definitely one monument not to miss if you're in India.
    Written December 2, 2022
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  • Bhaskar_10
    New Delhi, India2,717 contributions
    Visited on 8th November 2022

    This place can be approaced on foot, on elephant or on jeep apart form your own private vehicle. Jeep fare is INR 100 for going and coming back with 6-8 passenger per jeep which was our choice of travel.
    Entry fee is INR 100/- per adulty and INR 20/- for students with id card. This rate is for Indian nationals. Not sure if this is seperate for other nationalities.

    The fort itself depicts the grandeur of teh Rajputana both with the magnificence and magnitude of the architecture and size.

    Conducted tours will help the visitor with more understanding of teh history and lifestyle of teh kings and its pupils, thus I will recommend all to take a guide who can cost INR 200-300/- for 1 hour tour.

    On a hot day ot will be tourture thus plab early morning or post 4pm . THis place is always crowded.

    Must visit for all coming to Jaipur
    Written November 30, 2022
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  • Neelam Rawat
    New Delhi, India990 contributions
    The nearest metro station is Qutub Minar metro station and from there you will get shared auto which will charge you only 10Rs.

    Don't buy tickets from the counter as it takes 15-30 min if you are visiting during peak time so better option is buy online tickets it will take only 2-3 min and show your e-tickets at the entry gate.

    You can carry your camera and other stuff...
    Written November 26, 2022
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  • Anuj Sharma
    New Delhi, India12 contributions
    Best temple in delhi there is light & Sound Show is very good everyone can enjoy it awesome place in delhi
    Written November 22, 2022
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  • Ramaknamak
    Pune, India13 contributions
    This is not just a religious place. It an experience! The pristine precincts of the temple transport you to another world even before you enter the sanctum to pay obeisance to the Guru Granth Sahib, seated in all its glory and divinity.
    It will be an understatement to say that the place is spotlessly clean and astoundingly well managed. It was bustling with tourists & devotees and there was a long queue in waiting to get the darshan. But there was no chaos, no 'chalo chalo aage bhado' like one finds in most other religious places (when crowded).
    Large bags, backpacks, phones, cameras, etc. are not allowed inside the sanctum. Make sure to deposit these in one of the cloakrooms that are located within the campus.
    We had a dip in the sarovar. There is an enclosed area for women, so it was a hassel free experinence. Devotees are only allowed to take a dip (and not bathe) in the sarovar. If you wish, you can bathe, after the dip, under running water from one of the taps that are there in the bathing area. But there are no washrooms near the bathing ghat which might get a little inconvenient.
    Photography is allowed in the premises but not inside the sanctum. Keep your head covered at all times, they are extremely strict about it. Carry a scarf/ dupatta or you can borrow one from the sevadars while entering the temple. There are many vendors selling scarfs around the temple. You can even buy one for really cheap.
    We visited the place in late afternoon and then again late at night. The sanctum is closed at night but the premises and langar are open. The golden temple, resplendent with night light is a sight to behold. This place just gets to you.
    Written December 1, 2022
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  • shekher Khandelwal
    19 contributions
    It was an experience of lifetime every thing is so well organized,
    The beauty of the fort and surroundings make you go back the the same era
    Written November 17, 2022
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  • Sebastian B
    Manchester, UK47 contributions
    Lovely monument and fascinating history! Not as busy as I was expecting which was a nice surprise! Well kept grounds and building! Shame people ruin it with scribing things on walls and leaving rubbish! Views are spectacular of Taj Mahal! Only take essential belongings as strict entry code!
    Written November 27, 2022
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  • Sunil Jadhav
    1 contribution
    Truly adventures..All activities were amazing.. Staffs are too co-operative..And food is also too good.
    Written December 2, 2022
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  • Subhash sethi
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India66 contributions
    Those visiting Andaman must visit Radhasagar beach . It is one of the finest beach I have seen so far .
    Written October 29, 2022
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  • Caroline C
    11 contributions
    Whilst very busy, the general buzz around the place was exciting for the whole family and the photographers charged a really fair price. The only thing to disappoint was the lack of lighting at night. We assumed it would be fully lit.
    Written October 31, 2022
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  • skdel2016
    National Capital Territory of Delhi, India249 contributions
    Awesome, wonderful , Non Imaginable . The place is dedicated to Meenakshi Amman i.e. parvati and Shiva. There are many other Hindu God,s temples are available in temple complex including a a srovar ( Pond) of Golden lotus. There are 14 Gopuram towers in which 2 are covered with pure Gold and 12 is made of lime and stones . Height of towers are more than 15 story building having mesmerizing 36000 sculptures and unbelievable architecture. The corridors with 3600 poles having sculpture of Not only Hindu but there is One Chinese Dragon as well. There are herbal paintings on corridors having eye elusion. Flag stand covered with Gold, Museum with many sculptures, Ratha, arms, ivory arichitectures etc.... No words to explan Just go and witness.
    Written November 19, 2022
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  • Hospitality Plus
    4 contributions
    Gurudwara Bangla Sahib ( listen) is one of the most prominent Sikh gurdwaras, or Sikh house of worship, in Delhi, India, and known for its association with the eighth Sikh Guru, Guru Har Krishan, as well as the holy pond inside its complex, known as the "Sarovar."
    Written December 1, 2022
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  • singhasam
    Weymouth, UK3,629 contributions
    THIS is the tomb of the Mughal emperor Humayun.
    It was built in 1570, is the first garden tomb on the Indian sub-continent and the site is a Unesco World Heritage monument.
    When you arrive you walk into the site through an archway flanked by trees.
    Visitors then walk down a stone drive towards the main tomb area which can be viewed on several levels.
    Times are different post-Covid and all the waterways around the site which used to be full are currently empty on Government orders as part of efforts to combat the virus. You have to imagine the tinkle of water or the look of reflections.
    The main white marble dome is impressive and rises more than 150ft.
    It is possible to climb very steep stone steps to get out on to a terrace overlooking the gardens, but be warned. There are handrails but the climb needs care particularly if you are elderly or disabled.
    Inside the main building itself are several tombs with graceful stone and marble work and fretted stone windows.
    The structure is a combination of Persian, Turkish and Indian architecture and was commissioned by Humayun's first wife and consort, the Empress Bega Begum.
    Keep an eye out when you wander round the gardens because a wealth of birdlife lives there. I even saw a Brown Kite come down to drink at a point where lawns were being watered.
    A very peaceful place and well worth a visit.
    Written November 20, 2022
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  • shakmed
    New Delhi, India45 contributions
    Its mind relaxing to sit on its sea-shore boundary along the Marine Drive at the time of sun-set. Its not beach and you cannot approach the sea from here, as it is all blocks-filled and banned.
    Written November 13, 2022
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  • shakmed
    New Delhi, India45 contributions
    Its always pleasing to cross this sea-link, whether its day or night !
    Though in night, it becomes more beautiful !
    Written November 13, 2022
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