I want to India

I want to India

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Mysterious and wise India is not only a vacation on the beaches of Goa and Kerala, where the only decision you make is which side is better to sunbathe for the next fifteen minutes. There are soaring Himalayas, deserts, waterfalls, lakes, the majestic Ganges, millennial buildings, temples, lonely but ancient caves and much more that cannot be described in words.

India is multifaceted, unpredictable and sometimes crazy. But even the madness here is somehow calm. In India, you will learn not to rush anywhere, because your train will be late at best for a day. You won't be angry if you don't find your stuff where you left it. Just like that, India tests you for strength and teaches you the ability to get by with the smallest. And even if you pass all these tests and swear that you will never set foot on this ancient land again, we promise that you will definitely want to return here.

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I want to India Source: Bright Side

I want to India

1. Taj Mahal, Agra city.

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2. The largest tea plantation in India, Munnar.

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3. Nubra Valley - a valley 150 km north of Leh, the capital of Ladakh.

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4. Buddha statue in Ladakh.

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5. A place near the city of Matheran, Maharashtra.

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6. Colors of India.

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7. City of Varanasi.

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8. Prayer at the waters of the Ganges.

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9. Hotel on Lake Picola.

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10. View of the city of Aijal, the capital of the Indian state of Mizoram.

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11. Trains in India.

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12. Beach in the Andaman Islands.

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13. Lake Surazh Tal.

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14. Atirapilli Waterfall.

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15. Desert of Thar.

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16. Bridge from tree roots.

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17. Holi festival of colors.

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18. Traditional wedding mehendi painting.

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19. Indian festival of light Diwali.

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