10 Must Visit Places In India Before You Die..

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Do whatever in life but try not to be dead before you have visited these 5 places in India.

Our country has so much to offer and only people who have a real interest in travelling and knowing places, would know what treasure is hidden in India to explore, and how! India is not a place that a person can explore in a go, you would seriously need travel goals and passion to explore it all.

Here are 10 places in India you ought to visit before you die.

1. Great Rann Of Kutch, Gujarat

This is a place that is a magic of white that shines in different colours along with the sun. The ‘Great Rann of Kutch’ is white sand (which is basically salt) and it expands till your eyes hurt and you can look no further. This place is famous both, for the white sand and the Great Kutch Festival.

2. Majuli, Assam

Majuli is undoubtedly one of the most surreal places in India. and it is one of the largest river Island. It is one of the places high in tribal population and is also listed as UNESCO heritage location. It is also referred as the cultural capital of Assam. The ideal time to visit Majuli is between the months of October to March.

3. Living Root Bridge, Meghalaya

Made from the Ficus Elastica tree, this bridge has the capacity to hold 50 people in place. Located in Meghalaya, this place is a naturally occurring wonder. Some of its roots are as long as 100 feet long. Even when they take 10 to 15 years to be functional, they are extremely strong! This place is definitely a must visit before you leave this planet finally.

4. Munnar, Kerela

Munnar is a town in the Western Ghat Mountains range in Kerela. A former elite retreat for Britishers, this is a beautiful hill station and tea plantation place in India. The expansive view is so surreal you would feel like a ‘protagonist in a living painting’.

5. Key Monastery, Spiti Valley

Key Monastery till date is one of the most unexplored and surreal places in India. Spiti Valley is located at very high altitude in the Eastern part of Himachal Pradesh. The region is basically desert mountain valley and is renowned for its untouched beauty and monasteries. Key Monastery is situated at an altitude of 4,112 meters. Built in around 14th century, the architecture is a Chinese influence.

6. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Another lesser known but beautifully surreal place in India is Ziro in Arunachal Pradesh. It’s a typically offbeat place to visit and has amazing climate throughout the year to visit this place. The place boasts of the beautiful skyline, rice fields and it’s a home to Apa Tani tribe.

7. Chand Baori, Rajasthan

The 13-stories deep well, that takes deep beneath the ground, is a beautiful architectural masterpiece that is some 1000 years old. There is also a temple for you to explore touching the end of the well. The architecture supports double flight landing, which is just amazing!

 8. Champaner, Gujarat

Champaner, Pavagadh is considered as on of the UNESCO Heritage site. This place has a historical appeal that is hung in the air. In fact, it is said that Pavagadh is nothing but the chunk of mountains that ‘Hanuman’ carried for Sanjeevni medicine. Interesting, indeed.

9. Dzukou Valley, Kohima, Nagaland

Dzukou Valley which is located 25 Kilometers away from Kohima, Nagaland is situated 1500 mts. above the sea level. This place is unbelievably beautiful. This valley turns pretty shades of red and white in its full blooming season with the full bloom of rhododendron, lilies and wildflowers.

10. Tirthan Valley, Himachal Pradesh

This place is one of the most surrealistic and untouched places in India. Tirthan Valley has got something to offer everyone from adventure to just chilling under the pine trees. Also, this place has its own mysteries to offer and for you to explore.

India beholds so much within to be explored. It feels nothing less than a continent in itself. Just let go and visit these places before you finally bid ‘Adieu’ to Earth!

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