Nainital: The City of Lakes

nainital tourism

  Nainital is a trendy and exquisite hill station is positioned in the Kumaon region foothills of the outer Himalayas; i.e., in Uttarakhand. This town is said to be one of the best shining diamonds of the Himalayan Belt. This town has three major lakes that contribute to making it cool and calm throughout the year. This town shines as a glittering jewel in the Himalayan Mountains and is surrounded by nature’s bounty. It is a heaven for nature lovers — this town hill station to welcome the New Year…

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Bhopal Lake

The capital city of Madhya Pradesh is popularly known as the city of lakes. It was founded in the 11th century by the Para Mara king Bhoja. The modern Bhopal city, divided to two parts – old Bhopal and new Bhopal, was established by Dost Mohammad Khan in 1672 -1728. Ranked 3rd out 21 cities in India in 2014, the Bhopal Municipal Corporation is a house of education, science, politics, literature, research institution and institutes of national importance. The 17th largest city in the country is one of the greenest…

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Udaipur, the capital of Mewar kingdom in the former Rajputana Agency, was founded by Maharana Udai Singh (the father of Maharana Pratap) in 1559. The City of Lakes is located in the southern part of Rajasthan state and surrounded by the Aravali Range. As per British administrator James Tod, the city of museums, galleries, palaces, and sophisticated lake system is the most romantic spot on the Indian subcontinent. Udaipur is mainly driven by tourism, marble processing, and handicraft industry; but it is also rising as an educational hub. If you…

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