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Agra

Agra

Agra stands as a synthesis of heritage and advanced technology. It lap a classical route even from the ages of Mahabharatha and has acquired inimitable investment in the field of marble, soft stones, sari works. Taj Mahal one among the 7

wonders of the world situates there. It has an early accessibility to New Delhi, the capital of India.

Ajmeer

Ajmeer

Situated in the base of Aravali mountain ranges, Ajmer is a renowned holy spot for both Hindus and Muslims. Here we see the symphony and harmony of religious tolerance; ie the spirit of Indian tradition. The city is in the midst of hills. It is sometimes
synonyms invisible hills (Ajay Meru) ie the invisible hills render imaculous majesty to the tourist. This is the core Indian philosophy.

Mangrove islands, Belize. The Belize Western Caribbean Barrier Reef, 600 km long, is the longest chain of coral in the North hemisphere and the second in the world.

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

It is in the bay of bangal, part of Indian ocean. The Andaman & Nicobar islands has many beautiful tourist spots and they are nature lovers paradise. The dense evergreen rain forest, clean roads as well as unpolluted fresh air attracts huge number of tourists every year. Adventure tourism like trekking,

scuba diving, snorkeling, island camping, etc are also real attractions here. Totally,Andaman & Nicobar Islands is an eco-friendly tourist destination and provides you a once in a lifetime holiday experience for all. It is considered as lovers paradise and blessed with ever green rain forest, clean road as well as unpolluted. There are adventure tours like trekking, scuba diving, snorkeling, island camping etc are available.

Alappuzha

Alappuzha

Alappuzha is famous for kuttand backwaters, hearty paddy fields embraced with rivers. A journey in the houseboat of alleppey is a real pilgrimage to the kerala tradition. Several temples like mannarassala; the serpent worship place
(Nagaradhana) and also several seasonal boat races (Nehru trophy, Champakkulam, Payippad) during the period of August to September .

Bakel

Bakel

It is a landscape of konkan culture. Giant keyhole shaped fort, the golden expanse of a beautiful beach surrounding the fort, backwaters and hill destinations and water sport facilities nearby Kasaragod.It is a beautiful town poised at the Northern extreme of Kerala. There is a famous

worshiping place, Ananthapuram Lake temple(only lake temple in kerala) and is the moolasthanam (original abode) of Ananthapadmanabha,Trivandrum.
Bakel beach provides a superb view of Arabian Sea. The Fort appears to have been built up from the sea since almost three fourths of its exterior is drenched and the waves continually stroke the citadel. The Mukhyaprana Temple of Hanuman and the ancient Muslim mosque nearby bear testimony to the age-old religious harmony that prevailed in the area. The zigzag entrance and the trenches around the fort show the defense strategy inherent in the fort.

Bengaluru

Bengaluru

It is a cross section of advancement of Indian Information Technology. Every corner of the cities holds several institutions and IT Companies. But in the depth there is some sculpture and architecture of Indian tradition. Lalbagh Botanical garden,
Vidhan Soudha,the state secretariat etc… Fort and palace of Tipu Sulthan is an another attraction there. You may pray at the temple dedicated to Nandi, the Bull besides the Venkataramanaswamy Temple, the Gavi Gangadhareswara Cave Temple and the Someshwara Temple. The Ulsoor Lake is an ideal spot for picnics.

Bhuvaneswar

Bhuvaneswar

Bhuvaneswar is capital of Orissa, the Indian state. It has a history of 3000 years. There are many temples, which span the spectrum of Indian architecture. Bhubaneswar is often referred to as a Temple City of India and together with Puri and Konark it forms the Swarna Tribhuja (“Golden

Triangle”); one of eastern India’s most visited destinations. Bhuvaneswar once it was the headquarters of Kalinga Kingdom. The present modern city of Bhuvaneswar was designed by the world renowned German architect Otto Königsberger. It is also a modern commercial centre.
There are more than 500 temples which includes Lingaraj Temple, Mukteswar Temple, Bindu Sagar, Shatrughaneswar Temple, Vaital Temple, Parashurameswar Temple and Raj Rani Temple etc.
There is a well maintained Regional Planet Resouse Centre (RPRC), the longest rose garden in. Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves, Orissa Modern Art Gallery, Tribal Museum and Pathani Samanta Planetarium. Kalinga, the famous place of War after which Great Emperor Ashoka renounced violence is a short distance away from Bhubaneswar.

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Chidambaram

Chidambaram is an industrial city in the eastern part of Tamil Nadu and the taluk (tehsil) headquarters in the Cuddalore district. It is located in 58 km from Pondicherry, 60 km from Karaikal, and 240 km south of Chennai. There is an ancient
temple Lord Siva, symbolize; Adi Pitha (Almighty father), built by the chola raja.

Goa

Goa

Goa was ruled by Portugues. Here we witness a mixture of Indian and Portugal culture. Several historic places like Panaji, Vasco da gama (Largest city in Goa), Margao are here. It also has rich flora and fauna, owing to its location on the Western Ghats range, which is classified as a biodiversity hotspot. Goa is known for its famous beaches, Churches & heritage holidays

Hampi

Hampi

Vijayanagar, the capital age old kingdom. There are many Monuments and temples in the vijayanagara kingdom. It is included in the UNESCO heritage cities. It is really the Kishkintha Kingdom of Bali (Refer Ramayana). The holy river Krishna passing
through here. Even at present archeologist tries to reveal the unclear parts of the ages.

Haridwar

Haridwar

Haridwar situates in the foot hills of Himalaya, words are limited to describe its sanctity. The Gangotri Glacier, enters the Indo-Gangetic Plains of North India for the first time at Haridwar, which gave the city its ancient name, Gangadwára. Haridwar is regarded as one of the seven holiest places to Hindus. Haridwar,Ujjain, Nassik and Allahbad is one of four sites where drops of Amrit, the elixir of immortality. Amrit is the secret drop that helps the men became “Amarans” (Winning over death).
The Kumbha Mela comes every 12 years here. Millions and millions of people take ritualistic bathing on the banks of the river Ganges to wash away their sins to attain Moksha. Haridwar is also known as Gangadwar and the entrance into the ganga pilgrimage. It is also a place for learning Art,Science and Culture.

Jaipur

Jaipur

Jaipur is known as the pink city of india. It was founded in 1727. The most chosen city among the golden triangle in the tourist map of India, the city was built of pink colour in imitation of sandstone. Here the festivals are most colorful and the people wear colorful dresses and ornaments, sometimes they called as rainbow people. Elephant festival (during holi- the Hindu festival of colours), Sitla mata fair and Chaksu fair are well get together of all sects of people and a chance to see the real colours of Jaipur.

Kanyakumari

Kanyakumari

Kanyakumari formally known as Cape Comorin, is a town in Tamil Nadu on the tips of Indian ocean. It is the most exotic tourist place in India. Here is the culture mixed and profound heritage. In Kanyakumari, you can find instances of many religions like Islam, Christianity, or Hinduism easily. You can have an excursion to the Kumari Amman Temple or to the Vattakottai Fort. The place is having the prime of Vivekananda Para, a place where Swami Vivekanantha spends time to catch the ultimate secret of life. Here we can sea a clear view of Triveni Sangamom, unity of three ocean.

Madurai

Madurai

Madurai is the administrative headquarters of Madurai District in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the third largest city and the second largest municipal corporation in Tamil Nadu located on the banks of River Vaigai, it has been a major settlement for two millennia and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.
Madurai is closely associated with tamil language and culture. Here we can see the Madurai Kannaki temple. The history of Madurai had begin in the 3rd century BC being mentioned by Megasthenes, the Greek Ambasedor to India and Kautilya, a minister of the Mauryan emperorChandragupta Maurya.
The city celebrates several festivals, the most important being the annual 10-day Meenakshi Tirukalyanam festival (also called Chittirai festival), celebrated during April–May, that attracts 1 million visitors. Madurai is also known for Jallikattu, the annual bull taming event celebrated along with the Thai Pongal festival, organised in villages outside the city.

Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram, also known as Mamallapuram is a town in Kancheepuram district in the Indian stateof Tamil Nadu. It is around 60 km south from the city of Chennai. It is an ancient historic town and was a bustling sea-port during the time of Periplus (1st century CE) and Ptolemy (140 CE). Ancient Indian traders who went to countries of South East Asiasailed from the seaport of Mahabalipuram.
By the 7th Century it was a Port city of South Indian dynasty of the Pallavas. It has various historic monuments built largely between the 7th and the 9th centuries, and has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.It has an average elevation of 12 metres (39 feet). The modern city of Mahabalipuram was established by the British Raj in 1827.[1] Mamallapuram, popularly known as Mahabalipuram is named after the 7th century Pallava king Narasimha Varman I, Mammalan who was a great warrior and wrestler. It is a living testimony to the artistic temperament of the great Pallava kings who were trendsetters of the Dravidian architecture.Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Mahabalipuram boasts of various historic monuments built during the Pallava period between 7th and 9th centuries. A popular tourist destination on the outskirts of Chennai, Mahabalipuram attracts many tourists.Located around 60 km south of Chennai, this architectural splendor along the coast of Bay of Bengal has withstood the ravages of time and the recent Tsunami. The rock-cut monolithic monuments are good examples of Dravidian architecture that also portray elements of Buddhist design. The cave temples, monolithic rathas or chariots, sculpted bas-reliefs are intrinsic to the architectural splendor here.

Manali

Manali

Manali at an altitude of 2,050 m (6,726 ft) in the Beas River Valley is a hill station nestled in the mountains of theIndian state of Himachal Pradesh near the northern end of the Kullu Valley. It is located about 270 km (168 mi) north of the state capital, Shimla. The Kullu valley has an ancient town in its lap called Manali. Surrounded by towering peaks at an arm length, Manali’s major asset is its proximity to the snowline. It is a flourishing orchard industry, a popular honeymoon destination and trailhead for numerous treks as well as a great countryside ideal for adventManali literally means the ‘Home of Manu’. Manu is the mythological character who is supposed to have survived when the world was drowned in Flood. He then came to Manali and recreated human life. Thus, the area of Manali is sacred and Hindus treat the temples over here as pilgrimage. ure sport lovers.

Munnar

Munnar

Munnar is a hill station on the Western Ghats, a range of mountains situated in the Idukki district of the Indian state of Kerala.
Munnar town is in Kannan Devan Hills ( KDH ) Village in Devikulam taluk and is the largest panchayat in the Idukki district having an area measuring nearly 557 km².[citation needed]
The nearest major railway stations are at Ernakulam and Aluva (approximately 140 kilometres (87 mi) by road). The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, which is 105 kilometres (65 mi) away.

Attractions : This green hill station is surrounded by the country’s highest tea gardens. Layers and layers of tea estates, mountain mist, waterfalls and wildlife sanctuaries make Munnar almost surrealistically beautiful. The lofty mountain ranges with misty peaks, sprawling tea estates and serene climate provides a quite and peaceful resort. This little sleepy village atop the western ghats is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams namely Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. Panoramic views of lowflying clouds and mistfilled valleys make it a pretty little heaven with a cool, bracing climate. Misty mountain peaks blend harmoniously in Munnar to create a blissful atmosphere that is hard to describe.
Munnar is also famous for the wild orchids locally called Neelakurinchi which blooms once in 12 years. During this time the entire valley turns violet. It is also home to Nilagiri tahr, a rare breed of mountain goat. Munnar was once the summer resort of the British government in South India; it still wears the old charm of the British plantation days.Munnar has a variety of attractions to feast your eyes like placid lakes, meandering streams, misty mountain peaks, sylvan valleys, rare orchids and wildlife. Plantation visits, treks, tea factory visits, cycling, boating, paragliding, day tours to the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary etc. add to the excitement. Here you can also have a glimpse of gaur, langur, liontailed macaque, elephants and Nilgiri tahr that roam the stretch of grasslands or are seen climbing the pinnacles of the undulating hills.

Mysore

Mysore

Mysore is the second-largest city in the state of Karnataka, India. Located at the base of the Chamundi Hills about 146 km (91 mi) southwest of the state capital Bangalore, it is spread across an area of 128.42 km2(50 sq mi).
Mysore is noted for its palaces, including the Mysore Palace, and for the festivities that take place during the Dasara festival when the city receives a large number of tourists. It lends its name to the Mysore style of painting, the sweet dish Mysore Pak, theMysore Peta (a traditional silk turban) and the garment known as the Mysore silk saree. Tourism is the major industry, while information technology has emerged as a major employer alongside the traditional industries. Mysore depends mainly on rail and bus transport for inter-city connections. The city was the location of the first private radio station in India. Mysore houses Mysore University, which has produced several notable authors, particularly in the field of Kannada literature. Cricket is the most popular sport in the city.

Ootty

Ootty

Udhagamandalam (sometimes Ootacamund), sometimes abbreviated to Udhagai and better known as Ooty( listen (help•info)), is a town, a municipality and the district capital of the Nilgiris district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

The Nilgiris, which literally means ‘blue mountains’, are a range of at least 24 mountain peaks running through Tamil Nadu and bordering Karnataka and Kerala. The picturesque hill station of Ooty, short for Ootacamund and now officially Udhagamandalam, lies amid four peaks — Doddabetta, Snowdon, Elk Hill, and Club Hill. As you chug through the spectacular landscape in the toy train, the wonderfully uplifting smell of eucalyptus fills up the senses.
The pretty resort town of Ooty was founded by the British Collector of Coimbatore, John Sullivan, around 1820 to enable the sahibs to escape the searing heat of the plains. Sullivan’s legacy is one of the most popular hill stations in India today, drawing everyone from families to honeymooners to wildlife enthusiasts. Ooty’s rolling green hills, extensive gardens, lake and waterfalls make it a perfect setting for some invigorating R&R. Situated 7,500 feet above sea level, the weather in Ooty is perennially pleasant. Eucalyptus trees and tea and coffee plantations abound, filling the air with a mild heady spicy fragrance. While tea and coffee are the town’s chief produce, essential oils of eucalyptus, lemon grass, geranium, clove, and camphor extracted from local plants are also highly valued.
Sullivan created Ooty Lake between 1823 and 1825, and introduced plants like potato and barley and the concept of horticulture in Ooty. The town gradually developed as the summer capital of the Madras Presidency of the British. However, the original inhabitants of Ooty are the Todas, a tribal community famous for handicrafts like shawls with their trademark red, black, and white embroidery.
The main attractions in and around Ooty are the Ooty Botanical Gardens, the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, tea and coffee plantations, Ooty Lake, the magnificent Doddabetta (highest peak of the Nilgiris at 8,652 feet), and miles and miles of conifer, eucalyptus, pine, and wattle forest.

Puri

Puri

One of the four celebrated religious centers of India, Puri, the abode of Lord Jagannath needs no introduction. According to tradition Puri was once a thickly wooded hill inhabited by the Sabaras (Pre-Aryan and Pre-Dravidian tribes of the Austric linguistic family). The sunny beach at Puri is one of the finest in the world. Watching the sunrise in a symphony of colours is a wonderful experience. It is one of the most popular sea-side resorts where visitors from any part of the globe can comfortably relax.
The Temple of Lord Jagannath built during the 12th century A.D. by Chodaganga Deva dominates the landscape for kilometers around. Being the tallest temple (65 metres) in Orissa, it is one of the most magnificent pieces of monuments of India. In front of the main gate stands a 16 sided monolithic pillar (11 metres high), called Aruna Stambha which formally stood in front of the Sun Temple and was brought to Puri during the 18th century A.D. Some of the other important temples are Gundicha, Lokanath, Sunaragauranga, Daria Mahabir and Tota Gopinatt. There are also a number of holy tanks like Narendra, Markandeya, Sweta Ganga and Indradyumna. There are many Monasteries locally known as Mathas also of touristic interest.
Puri District is a coastal District on the eastern part of Odisha, India. This District needs no introduction, being the abode of Lord Vishnu, most popularly known as Lord Jagannath. This District derives its name from the heritage city of Puri, one of the four pilgrimage centres of India. Covering an area of 3051 sq/kms, the District may be divided into two dissimilar natural divisions-the Littoral tract and the Level alluvial tract. It is also located at 19’ 28 N Latitude 26’ 35 N, 84’ 29 E. Longitude 86’ 25 E. Its altitude is at sea level. The population of the District is 15, 02, 682 (as per 2001 Census) and the density of population is 431 people per sq. km. The rural population is 12, 98, 654 and the urban, 2, 04, 028. SC population is 2, 73, 917 and ST is 4, 482. The District is quite literate in the sense that its literates number 1, 024, 523 as against the illiterates numbering 4, 78, 159. Paddy, wheat, mung, biri, kulthi and groundnut are some of the major crops grown in the District.

Thanjavur

Thanjavur

Thanjavur, formerly Tanjore,[1] is the headquarters of the Thanjavur District in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Scholars believe the name Thanjavur to have been derived from “Tanjan”, a legendary asura in Hindu mythology. While the early history of Thanjavur remains unclear, the town first rose to prominence during the reign of the Medieval Cholas when it served as the capital of the Chola empire. After the fall of the Cholas, the town was ruled by various dynasties like Pandyas, Vijayanagar Empire, Madurai Nayaks, Thanjavur Nayaks, Thanjavur Marathas and the British Empire. It has been a part of independent India since 1947.
Thanjavur is an important center of South Indian religion, art, and architecture. Most of the Great Living Chola Temples, which areUNESCO World Heritage Monuments, are located in and around Thanjavur. The foremost among these, the Brihadeeswara Temple, is located in the center of the town. Thanjavur is also the home of the Tanjore painting, a painting style unique to the region. The town is an important agricultural center located at the heart of the region, known as the “Rice bowl of Tamil Nadu”. Thanjavur is administered by a special grade municipality covering an area of 36 km2 (14 sq mi) and had a population of 215,314 in 2001.
Thanjavur is a city of Chola rulers and it gained popularity during the Chola period between 11th and 14th centuries. Thanjavur is otherwise known as Tanjore and according to a local legend, Thanjavur derives its name from Tanjan, an asura ruler, who was killed by Lord Vishnu and Sri Anandavalli Amman for devastating the neighborhood and was graThe Cholas kings were instrumental in making this city a center for learning and culture. The city is well known worldwide for its antiques as well as exquisite handicrafts. Thanjavur is also known as the Rice Bowl of South India as it lies in the fertile Cauvery delta region and rice is the main cultivation crop here. Thanjavur is also known for its handloom silk sarees, cotton sarees and the most famous of the items is the Tanjore paintings which are in great demand all over the world.
Tanjore is also the home of performing arts as well as Carnatic music and musical instruments made from jack-wood. Tanjore is also known as the city of temples as it has many famous temples in and around the city including the Navagraha temples.

Thekkady

Thekkady

Stationed at the Idukki district of Kerala, Thekkady is one of the important tourist destinations in India. It is located at a dUnlike other wildlife sanctuaries, Thekkady is unique and abundantly rich with flora, fauna and a wide range of birds. Here, you can get a glimpse of wildlife in a close range, and one can also have an opportunity to see and film the wildlife while they are in their natural habitat. Thekkady is a paradise with its natural scenic beauty, clear waters and the serene atmosphere literally captivates the visitors. istance of about 160 miles from Thiruvananthapuram and is wThe man made Thekkady Lake with its partially submerged trucks is synonymous of Thekkady. Situated about 4000 ft above sea level, the place is a perfect holiday destination with its unique chill weather, endless scenic beauties, aroma of spice plantations and friendly people. Apart from this, the destination has various other opportunities for adventurous tourism such as trekking, wildlife train, bamboo rafting, border hiking and rock climbing.

Trivandrum

Trivandrum

Trivandrum also known as Thiruvananthapuram, Trivandrum is the capital city of Kerala. Flanked by the Arabian Sea in the west and the state of Tamil Nadu in the east, the Western Ghats are full of wooded highlands & scenic views making it an ideal destination for nature lovers & adventure buffs alike.
Trivandrum with its pristine sandy beaches, long stretches of palm fringed shorelines, breezy backwaters , historic monuments & rich cultural heritage embraces tourists of all kinds. Along with its string of nature & historic delights, Trivandrum is also a holy abode with many temples known for their excellent architecture & hence a thriving pilgrim destination too.
Trivandrum’s beaches are one of the most sort after by tourists looking for some peace, calm & serenity. The pleasant climate & its numerous attractions makes it well worth visiting.

Udaipur

Udaipur

Udaipur City, one of the most beautiful cities and known as ‘Jewel of Mewar’, is the administrative head quarters of Udaipur District in the state of Rajasthan, India. The city on the banks of the calm Pichola lake , established in 1559 by Maharana Udai Singh, is nick named as ‘Kashmir of Rajasthan’ or ‘Venice of the East’, owing to its natural beauty, enchanting location and picturesque surroundings. The city is perfectly placed in the baThe city had eleven entrances in its glorious past, out of which five are still remaining. Suraj (Sun) Pol, the main entrance is very attractive with amazing structures and carvings on the structures. Udaipur is marked with beautiful buildings, temples and palaces with marvelous architectural styles. The beauty of exquisite Rajasthan Marbles adorning the erstwhile Royal palaces is worth mentioning. ckdrop of lush green picturesque natural beauty in the midst of Aravalli Mountain Ranges. It is a lake city with three interconnected lakes, the Pichola Lake, Swaroop Sagar Lake and Fateh Sagar Lake. The spectacular view of the reddish sun setting beneath the mountain ranges in the backdrop of the lakes is a sight to behold.
Udaipur city, one of the most romantic cities in India, is a favorite place of tourists from all over the world. It has credited with many beautiful attractions in and around. The royal palaces reflecting in the clear blue Pichola Lake with all its illuminations and glossiness, shines like a jewel and the view is an eye feasting and unforgettable experience for any traveler. The city provides ample shopping facilities for local craft works, textiles and paintings. The city is also home to one of the most romantic hotels of the world, the Lake Palace Hotel.

Trivandrum

Varanasi

Varanasi also renowned as Kashi and Banaras, is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. The holy city Varanasi, believed to be founded by Lord Shiva about 5000 years ago, is placed picturesquely on the west bank of Holy Ganges River and is one of the most revered religious destinations in India. Varanasi has got its name from the two rivers Varuna located at the north and Assi located at the south of the city. This place has got its mentions in the holy epics RaThe importance of the Varanasi (Kashi) lies in the religious belief that those who die in the area in the Kashi city bounded by the Panch Kashi Road will attain the salvation. The city is thronged by thousands of Hindu devotees every day through out the year. Any Hindu believer in the country and abroad is a devout aspirant of visiting Kashi at least once in the life time. mayana and Mahabharata.
The place is also renowned as a place for performing last rites for the believers and the mortal remains are immersed in the water of Ganges in Kashi. Performing funeral rites and cremation in the pyres are very usual scenes on the banks of river Ganges in Varanasi. Many people like to spend their fag end of life in this holy city and like to attain salvation here. There are many attractions in Varanasi. It is an ideal spot for those travelers who are enthused about the Hindu beliefs, customs, cultures and concepts. They can have the real life experiences of Hindu way of living and belief in rebirth.

Varkala

Varkala

Varkala town lies in the coastal regions of Kerala in the Thiruvananthapuram district. It is a place where hills are located close to the sea. The town has many natural fishers and springs which makes it one of the favored tourist destinations. The beaches are relatively untouched and clean as well. One of the main beaches located in Varkala is the Papanasam Beach, close to the beach stands the Janardhana Swamy Temple. This temple is more than 2000 years old and is one of the attractions of the place. The temple is home to an old bell that was taken from an ancient shipwreck of a Dutch Freighter.
Varkala Beach is a popular beach where one can enjoy various activities such as paragliding and parasailing. Few restaurants are also located nearby. Kapil Lake, which is located close to the beach, is a popular site while Anjengo Fort, a historical place is also a popular destination for many tourists. Besides, Varkala Tunnel and the Lighthouse are also interesting places that one should never miss to visit.

Wayanad

Wayanad

Wayanad is a derivative of the term Vayal Nadu, where Vayal means Paddy fields and Nadu the land, comprising it to indicate a land of paddy fields. Wayanad is explicitly beautiful with mist clad mountains, intense forests and fertile green plantations. The forests of Wayanad are cosmic landmasses for animals to enjoy their natural dwelling.
Snuggled amidst the Western Ghats Mountains, Wayanad is one of the exquisite hill stations of Kerala. It is a revenue state due to foreign exchange of cash crops such as vanilla, tea, coffee, pepper, cardamom and many other condiments. Wayanad shelters endangered species as it has an amazing range of flora and fauna. Wildlife aficionados and nature lovers will find Wayanad wildlife sanctuaries as the right place of visit. The place enjoys a pleasant climate the whole year.
Having an influential history, numerous evidences depicting new Stone Age civilization is seen on the Wayanad hills. Relicts and edicts are found in this place emphasizing the prehistoric epoch. According to the history, Wayanad was ruled by the Veda tribes, it was then taken by Pazhassi Rajas, and later Hyderali conquered Wayanad. When Tipu took over, he handed it to British. It was the British who introduced cash crops, laid roads and developed Wayanad significantly.

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