How Hampi turned out to be the Perfect Place for a Perfect Birthday – by Yamini Gupta

When I first heard about Hampi, it was for one of my girlfriend’s 30th birthday. We were looking for a weekend getaway and i remember one of my friends wholeheartedly recommending Hampi. Now honestly, I wasn’t quite excited with the idea of visiting a historical place on a birthday. So when we left from Hospet to Hampi at sunrise, in my head I had already imagined spending the next few hours looking at temples and structures and learning the history behind them. It was so expected, that it was no longer exciting.

But boy, I was so wrong. It was just 15 minutes into the auto trip; when the landscape began to change. Giant monolithic rocks sparsely began to appear on the horizon. They were huge. Beyond any measure, beyond my capacity to fathom what could possibly they be doing there. Stand-alone rocks, just lying in isolation, with no signs of a parent mountain around. And then with every passing km, my jaws dropped more. My presumptions were wrong, when I had thought that Hampi was ordinary. That what more it can possibly offer than a couple of history and architectural lessons.

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Instead, it was magical. It was an era that had stood so still through time, that it engulfs you. It made me believe that I am a part of it. Living and breathing in it. By the end of that day, we had started making up stories and acting like the kings and the queens of the place.

We spent hours role-playing, getting lost from one ruin to the next, searching for the purpose of the rocks and structures that had stood intact on top of each other for ages. Though the day ended soon, I often find myself extending and revisiting it in my thoughts and dreams. It was the perfect place for a perfect birthday.

– Travel Story submitted by Yamini Gupta

10 Best Places to Visit in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

One shouldn’t miss the best places to visit in Jaipur!

Jaipur is the largest city in Rajasthan and was built in the eighteenth century by Sawai Jai Singh as India’s first planned city. Jaipur is often called the Pink City in reference to its distinctly colored buildings, which were originally painted this color to imitate the red sandstone architecture of Maugham cities. Considered to be one of the must-visit cities in India, the city Jaipur is a delight with many historical monuments to visit.

Along with these monuments, we suggest some more places which you shouldn’t miss in the form of 10 must-visit places!

1. Hawa Mahal: Jaipur’s most distinctive landmark, the Hawa Mahal is an extraordinary pink-painted delicately honeycombed hive that rises a dizzying five storeys. The top offers stunning views of Jantar Mantar and the City Palace in one direction and over Sireh Deori Bazaar in the other.

2. City Palace: Located in the heart of the Pink City Jaipur, the City Palace was where the Maharaja reigned from. Apart from the regal architecture, the palace offers a stunning view of the Pink City and also an insight into the rich heritage of a bygone era.

3. Amer Fort: The Amer Fort, also known as the Amber Fort is one of the popular tourist attractions in Jaipur. This colossal fort is a wonderful specimen of the medieval Rajput style of architecture. From the top of the fort, one can have a stunning view of the entire city of Jaipur. Tourists can enjoy a nice elephant ride to ascend the fort. It offers a royal feeling to the trip.

4. Nahargarh Fort: Embellished with delicate carvings and stonework, the Nahargarh Fort is an impregnable fortification that together with its two neighboring forts, Amer Fort and Jaigarh Fort, once stood as the strong defense of Jaipur city. With some breathtaking views of the city, the Nahargarh Fort is known for its extended wall which connects it to Jaigarh Fort.

5. Jantar Mantar: Built by the Rajput king Sawai Jai Singh II in 1734, Jantar Mantar is an astronomical observatory, which features the world’s largest stone sundial. This Jantar Mantar observatory is also a UNESCO World Heritage site that every tourist must add to their itinerary.

6. Jaigarh Fort: Jaigarh Fort grabs the attention of travelers with its unique approach. Particularly the carvings on the walls make it stand as an architectural wonder along with its rainwater harvesting system. Mostly known as the Fort of Victory this particular fort is constructed to store the weapons and other military utilities. During the rule of Rajputs and Mughals, the desert state was a major center of artillery production. Right now every traveler can see the used weapons and other war utilities that are preserved and displayed in the fort museum.

7. Jal Mahal: This Mahal is one of the most popular monuments in Jaipur. Built by Sawai Pratap Singh in the year 1799 A.D, the particular palace is a perfect showcase of the splendid architecture of that era.

8. Albert Hall of Museum: This museum is one of the interesting and oldest destinations of the city. The museum displays thousands of historic items which include the apparels, jewelry, weapons, artifacts and a few more that belongs to the royal Rajasthani families.

9. Govind Dev Ji Temple: The temple is one of the most visited tourist destinations of Jaipur which speaks to the royal past of Pink City. It is believed to be the most royal temple on earth after Vrindavan, especially for supporters of Lord Krishna. The entire place expresses divine feeling and give peace and satisfaction to the soul of visitors.

10. Bazaars: Some of Jaipur’s best shopping experiences are to be found in city’s old bazaars. These are located in the walled city, around the two main blocks called the Badi and Chhoti Chaupar. Embroidered apparel, carry bags, silver jewelry, real gems, regal rugs etc can be purchased here.

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10 Best Places to Visit in Kolkata, West Bengal, India

One shouldn’t miss the best places to visit in Kolkata!

Kolkata is regarded as India’s intellectual, artistic and cultural capital. Bearing the title, the city has a lot to offer for tourists in the aspect of cultural, architectural and historical aspects.

Listing the top 10, our team recommends you to visit all these places.

1. Victoria Memorial: One of the major heritage and historic sites in India include the Victoria Memorial. Built of sparkling white marble, it draws in a large number of tourists from all over the country.

2. Howrah Bridge: The bridge is an architectural marvel and a well-known Kolkata landmark. One can walk across the bridge and admire its unique construction or glide underneath while on a boat ride along the Hooghly River.

3. Birla temple: The magnificent Birla Mandir is an exemplary work of art. It is one of the finest architectural beauties of the city. The indigenous craftsmanship of the temple is the hallmark of its grandeur. It represents a beautiful blend of traditional and contemporary art. The temple is also a revered place of worship and devotion.

4. Dakshineswar temple: It is one of the most revered, sacred temples in Kolkata, dedicated to goddess Kali. It was at this very place that the Rama Krishna Paramahamsa, the highly revered religious thinker attained his spiritual vision and advocated the unity of all religions.

5. Indian museum: The Indian museum, popularly known as ‘Jadughar’ is the ninth oldest museum in the world. It is the largest museum across India and boasts exquisite collections of armor, antiques, ornaments, skeleton, fossils, mummies and beautiful Mughal paintings.

6. Eden Gardens: The Stadium is the largest cricket stadium in India and the second largest in the world by its seating capacity. The historic and iconic cricket stadium has a seating capacity of more than one lakh spectators. It was one of the first cricket stadiums in India where floodlights were installed and Day & Night cricket was played. It is the home of the Bengal Cricket Team and the Kolkata Knight Riders of the Indian Premier League.

7. Birla Planetarium: This planetarium, set up in 1962 is similar to London planetarium. Shows extending for about an hour are either in English, Hindi, or Bengali. The audience is enthralled by the spectacular show of constellations, zodiacal patterns of the sky, and space probes.

8. Marble Palace: Built in 1835, the mansion is famous for its sparkling white marble walls and floors, from which it has derived its present name. The palace also has an exquisite collection of Western sculpture and Victorian furniture.

9. St. Paul cathedral: St Paul’s Cathedral is acknowledged as the first Episcopal Church of the eastern world. It is an Anglican cathedral of the Church of North India. Besides, being a religious site, the cathedral is also an architectural marvel.

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10 Best Places to Visit in Delhi, India

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A symbol of the country’s rich past and thriving present, Delhi is a city where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together. It is home to millions of dreams, the city takes on unprecedented responsibilities of realizing dreams bringing people closer and inspiring their thoughts.

Clearing all the confusions of a traveler in Delhi, we bring you the 10 must-visit places in the city.

1. India Gate: The memorial bears the names of more than 13,516 British and Indian soldiers killed in the Northwestern Frontier in the Afghan war of 1919. During nightfall, India Gate is dramatically floodlit while the fountains nearby make a lovely display with colored lights. One can see hoards of people moving about the brightly lit area and on the lawns on summer evenings.

2. Lotus Temple: This temple is built in the shape of a lotus flower and is the last of seven Major Bahai’s temples built around the world. Round the blooming petals are nine pools of water, which light up, in natural light. It looks spectacular at dusk when it is floodlit.

3. Lodhi Gardens: The old Lady Willington Park, now known as Lodhi Garden, is dotted with monuments of Sayyid and Lodhi Periods, which include tombs mosques, and bridges. It is a favorite point for early morning walkers from the posh south Delhi colonies.

4. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib: Known for its association with Guru Har Krishan, the eighth Sikh guru, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is one of the most prominent religious as well as tourist places in Delhi. A visit to Gurudwara Bangla Sahib rejuvenates your soul. This place of solace is flocked by more than thousand people in one single day.

5. Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple: This temple epitomizes 10,000 years of Indian culture in all its breathtaking grandeur, beauty, wisdom a d bliss. It brilliantly showcases the essence of India’s ancient architecture, traditions, and timeless spiritual messages.

6. Red Fort: The Red Fort is the historic fort in Old Delhi which was built by fifth Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century. The fort is known for its setting for an evening sound and light show.

7. Humayun’s tomb: Located near the crossing of Mathura road and Lodhi road, this magnificent garden tomb is the first substantial example of Mughal architecture in India. Inside the walled enclosure, the most notable features are the garden squares (chaharbagh) with pathways water channels, centrally located well proportional mausoleum topped by a double dome.

8. Jama Masjid: This great mosque of Old Delhi is the largest in India, with a courtyard capable of holding 25,000 devotees. he highly decorative mosque has three great gates, four towers and two 40 m-high minarets constructed of strips of red sandstone and white marble.

9. Chandni Chowk: It is the perfect place to shop in. This densely populated market has been around for more than three centuries.

10. Qutub Minar: Qutub Minar in Delhi has been counted as the highest brick tower in the whole wide world. This great architectural structure was built to propound the prominence of the Islam religion. This tall impressive structure is visited by thousands of travelers every year from all over the world.

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10 Best Places to Visit in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

One shouldn’t miss the best places to visit in Agra!

Agra, once the capital of Mughal Empire is a place of marvel architecture. Not just is the city famous for Taj Mahal, it also has its reputation for tombs of various kinds. With a colorful medieval look and Indo-Persian architecture, this city attracts tourists around the year.

Here, we bring you the 10 must-visit places in Agra:

1. Taj Mahal: Being one of the seven wonders of the world, the symbol of love monument is considered to be the most popular tourist attraction in the country. The Taj was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his queen Mumtaz.

2. Agra Fort: Also known as Lal Qila, Fort Rouge or Red Fort of Agra, the Agra Fort is a UNESCO world heritage site. The construction of the massive fort of red sandstone by the banks of Yamuna river was started by Emperor Akbar and is one of the must-visit places in our list.

3. Fatehpur Sikhri: A monument predominantly made of red sandstone, Fatehpur Sikri was once the capital of Mughal Emperor Akbar. It is now a UNESCO world heritage site and a famous tourist attraction. The city offers a fine example of Akbar’s architectural finesse.

4. Itmad-ud-Daula: This tomb nestled on the bank of the river Yamuna was built by Queen Noor Jahan for her parents in the middle of the Persian Garden. It was constructed using yellow marble, with black and white marble inlay, and was hence called the Baby Taj.

5. Akbar’s Tomb: The Tomb of Akbar the Great is an important and iconic Mughal architectural masterpiece, built in 1605. The best time to visit this place is during October.

6. Jama Masjid: This relatively simple mosque built almost entirely in red sandstone was built by Jahanara, the daughter of Shah Jahan. Seen in itself, this is still an imposing piece of architecture and one of the largest mosques in the country.

7. Mehtab Bagh: Located just north to the glorious wonder called the Taj Mahal and overlooking the Agra Fort and Yamuna river on the opposite side, Mehtab Bagh is a rare retreat of natural bliss and one of the most scenic spots in Agra.

8. Wildlife SOS: Established in 1995, Wildlife SOS is a laudatory initiative started by a group of individuals to work in the direction of protecting and conserving wildlife, maintaining quality habitats, and safeguarding rich biodiversity.

9. Chini Ki Rauza: Dedicated to the memory of the Prime Minister of the court, during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan, Chini ka Rauza is a funerary monument situated on the eastern bank of the Yamuna river in Agra.

10. Sheroes Hangout: It is a cafe near the Taj Mahal, Agra, which is run by five women who have all survived acid attacks. With the help of an NGO called Chaanv Foundation and supporters of the Stop Acid Attack network, they now run the café in Agra very close to the Taj Mahal.

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10 Best Places to Visit in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

One shouldn’t miss the best places to visit in Mumbai!

Formerly known as Bombay, Mumbai is the capital of the state of Maharashtra. Mumbai lies on the western coast of India. Popularly referred to as the city that never sleeps; Mumbai is the industrial, financial, and celluloid hub of India.

Here, we bring you the 10 must-visit places to visit in Mumbai:

Gateway of India: The Gateway of India is an emblematic landmark not only in Mumbai but in the entire country. A monument that speaks volumes about the political history of the country, Gateway of India is the perfect place to get acquainted with the spirited life of Mumbai and is a favorite among history buffs, tourists, and photographers.

Elephanta Caves: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Elephanta Caves is a specimen of rock-cut art and architecture from the times of medieval India Natively known as Gharapurichi Leni, the Elephanta Caves that exist today are ruins of what were once elaborately painted artworks. It also provides an amazing view of the Mumbai skyline.

Haji Ali: Situated at the backdrop of a beautiful view of the sea is the shrine of Haji Ali, a wealthy merchant turned into Muslim Sufi. Built of glass, the tomb is a beautiful illustration of the Indo-Islamic style of architecture. Many famous personalities visit the shrine to seek blessings.

Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus: The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is a fine example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture in India, with a blend of themes derived from Indian traditional architecture. Its remarkable stone dome, turrets, pointed arches, and eccentric ground plan are close to traditional Indian palace architecture.

The Marine Drive: Marine Drive is a km long, arc shaped boulevard along the South Mumbai coast, starting from the southern end of Nariman Point and ending at the famous Chowpatty beach. The Marine Drive is also known as the Queen’s necklace on account of its shape and yellow streetlights. It makes for a spectacular view at night.

SiddhiVinayak Temple: Dedicated to Lord Ganesha, the popularity and faith of devotees in the Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai is inexpressible. The ambience and the atmosphere of the temple will take you into an everlasting world – a blessed world of peace and faith. Each day over 25,000 devotees visit the sacred temple and is even frequently visited by celebrities.

Juhu Beach: Juhu Beach is one of the most famous and most visited beaches in Mumbai. It has a big shore line. You will find people jogging on the beach during early morning and evening. Best time of the day is evening time, as you will see the sunset, beautiful lighting and various vendors offering food and articles for sale. Juhu Beach is a favorite shoot location for the film industries as it provides beautiful ambiance for shooting.

Bandra Worli Sea Link: The Famous Bandra-Worli sea link is also known by the name Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link. It is a cable bridge that connects Bandra in the west of Mumbai to Worli which is in the southern part of the city. It has helped in saving a lot of time for the passengers who travel from Bandra to Worli and vice versa. The bridge looks spectacular at night when the lights are all lit up and you see a completely new look of the place. It is an absolutely perfect place to capture some lovely moments with their friends and family while you are on a drive with them.

Sanjay Gandhi National Park: This Park is among the rarest of national parks, surrounded on three sides by one of the densest cities on the planet – Mumbai, India. An amazing array of flora and fauna exist within the park’s boundaries, providing aesthetic, historic and cultural value as well as ecological benefits to the populous city. Protecting this unique treasure has required local residents, grassroots organizations, and the park itself to strive for a balanced relationship between people and nature.

The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mount: Located in the suburbs of the vibrant city of Mumbai, the church enjoys a stunning view of the joyfully bustling Arabian Sea as it beautifully reflects different shades of blue. The basilica is a truly grand, yet humble edifice made from nothing but stone.

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10 Best Places to Visit in Kerala, India

One shouldn’t miss the best places to visit in Kerala!

Kerala has been referred as one of the top destinations to be visited in a lifetime by many tourists from all over the world. From natural beauty to culture and traditions, this state in the south of India does justice to its sobriquet of ‘God’s Own Country’.

Here we make up the 10 must-visit places to visit in Kerala for you.

1. Alleppey/ Alappuzha: With the Arabian Sea on the west and a vast labyrinth of lakes, lagoons and several freshwater rivers crisscrossing it, Alappuzha is a district of immense natural beauty. Referred as the Venice of the East by travelers from around the world, this Backwater Country is also home to diverse range of animals and birds. Alleppey is also famous for its Boat races, Houseboat Holidays, Beaches, Marine Products and Coir Industry. Every year, during August-September, Alleppey wakes up to the pulsating Nehru Cup Snake Boat Race, a water sport unique to Kerala.

2. Munnar: A cup of refreshing and fragrant tea is all it takes to know the essence Munnar. This hill station is one of those places known for the excellent production of this agri-food. A place worth a definite visit.

3. Kumarakom: The village of Kumarakom is a cluster of little islands on the Vembanad Lake, and is part of the Kuttanad region. It also offers visitors Boating and fishing facilities.

4. Wayanad: Also known as the ‘green paradise’, Wayanad lies in between the mountains of the Western Ghats.It is often called the spice garden of the south, the land of paddy fields, and home of monsoon.

5. Thekkady: The place conjures up images of elephants, unending chains of hills and spice scented plantations. The picturesque plantations and hill towns that hold great opportunities for treks and mountain walks are spread across the entire district.

6. Kochi: Spread over a series of islands, Kochi (long known as Cochin) speaks of the old world charm and leisure. The culturally and historically rich port city is the gateway for several visitors to start their tour of Kerala in south India and is considered to be one of the most sought-after destinations in India.

7. Varkala: Varkala is a great place to spend time where the cliffs are next to the Arabian Sea. This place is often visited by tourists looking for authentic Spa and Ayurveda centers.This destination has a wonderful ambiance with lush greenery, deep valleys, and dales, along with beautiful meadows.

8. Kovalam: This enchanting tropical beach of Kerala holds a cult status in the tourist itineraries of Kerala. An erstwhile fishing hamlet has made Kovalam a world-class beach destination today.

9. Vagamon: The enchanting hill station dotted with tea gardens is promising enough to be one of Indias foremost eco-tourism projects and is destined to have a major say among the contemporary holiday resorts in the country.

10: Thrissur: Centrally located in Kerala, Thrissur is known as the “Cultural capital of Kerala” and has been the scene of numerous events of historic and cultural importance. The architectural beauties here have been pulling crowds for years.

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10 Best Places to Visit in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

One shouldn’t miss the best places to visit in Udaipur!

Udaipur, known as the city of lakes is one of the must-visit cities in Rajasthan. Here, we present the 10 must-visit places in Udaipur. Make sure you shoot out some pics at all of these places when you travel to the city.

City Palace: Udaipur’s City Palace is an example of the splendor that the rulers of Mewar enjoyed centuries ago, and it still appears to be just as majestic enough to excite the tourists.

Pichola Lake: The beautiful artificial freshwater lake is one of the many great man-made beauties of the city.

Lake Palace: Situated in the middle of Pichola lake on the island named Jag Niwas, this palace is one of the most Beautiful places in Udaipur. Not only does the heavenly lake palace have a backdrop of the Aravalli Hills, it is made entirely of white marble, giving it an allure like no other. The Lake Palace has it all, be it sprawling gardens, terraces, splendid architecture or beautiful fountains.

Jagadish Temple: Jagdish Temple, a big tourist attraction is a large Hindu temple in the middle of Udaipur in Rajasthan, just outside the royal palace. It has been in continuous worship since 1651.

Lake Fathe Sagar: Lying to the north-west of Udaipur, Fateh Sagar Lake is a sparkling lake which is one of the major tourist spots in the city. Surrounded by the Aravalli Hills, it is the second largest artificial lake in the city and is known for its scenic beauty.

Saheli ki Bari: This is a sprawling garden with ample natural beauty, but fountains, a museum, and marble elephants are also some of the things that demand a visitor’s attention.

Bharatiya Kala Museum: It is famous for having a rare collection of articles in the museum. It is located in the building of Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal in the city of Udaipur. This rare compilation varies from typical rural-dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, folk musical instruments, folk deities, and paintings.

Bahore Ki Haveli: The 18th-century Rajput masterpiece situated at the heart of City of Palaces, Udaipur is a must visit location for every cultural explorer and history buff.

Monsoon Palace: It is one among a long list of glorious monuments in this region which showcases its glittering royal past.

Shilpgram: It is an ethnographic museum that depicts the lifestyles of the folk and tribal people of the region.

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10 Best Places to Visit in Goa, India

One shouldn’t miss the best places to visit in Goa!

Goa, one of the most sought-after tourist spots in India needs no description as its beauty of beaches and scenes is known to everyone. However, we bring out the 10 must-visit places in Goa.

Fort Aguada: It is a well preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese fort. A perfect epitome of Portuguese architecture. Dona Paula: With romantic aura, the Dona Paula beach is quite happening with plenty of activities around the year.

Calangute Beach: Termed as the Queen of Beaches, Calangute is the first choice for every tourist that lands on the soil of Goa. locked by tourists from all over the world, the place has transformed itself into a hub for party lovers.

Bascilla of Bom Jesus: The places famous throughout the Roman Catholic world, the imposing contains the tomb and mortal remains of St Francis Xavier, the so-called Apostle of the Indies.

Baga Beach: Baga Beach is popular for its nightlife with some very famous clubs such as Britto’s, Tito’s and Mambos. The shacks come to life in the late evening with music blasting and amazing customer service. There is also a range of water sports that you can try your hands at.

Deltin Royale Casino: Deltin Royale, the ship houses a casino and is India’s largest casino.This offers something for everyone – gamers, tourists, and large groups

Arambol Beach: Beautiful and serene, Arambol Beach is counted among the best beaches of North Goa unexploited by the tourist and thus offering solitude to those who are seeking.

Reis Magos Fort: Standing tall and proud overseeing and protecting the taluka of Bardez, this fort was one of the first bastions of the Portuguese rulers against enemy invasion.

Dudhsagar falls: This majestic cascade of white water, gushing over the steep from a spectacular height of 1017ft; is both breathtaking and awe-inspiring.

Dona Paula: With romantic aura, the Dona Paula beach is quite happening with plenty of activities around the year.

Old Goa: Once, considered the ‘Rome of the East’, this place still sense that grandeur as you wonder what’s left of the city, with its towering churches and cathedrals and majestic convents.

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10 Best Places to Visit in Hyderabad, Telangana, India

One shouldn’t miss the best places to visit in Hyderabad!

Hyderabad – the capital of Telangana state, is a major center for IT industry. It is also home to many historic places.

Golconda Fort – a former diamond trading center stands as one of the major attractions in Hyderabad. Its holy places include Mecca Masjid, Birla Temple, Charminar (mosque, global icon mosque of Hyderabad).

Hussain Sagar Lake with Lord Buddha statue is another major attraction of the city. Especially, during the night, the lights reflected on the statue of Budha make the sight a pure delight for photographers.

The Salarjung Museum stands out with its prized collections belonging to different civilizations. The city exhibits a wide range of wildlife at Nehru Zoological Park. The palaces Chowmahalla and Falaknuma would astonish one with their architecture and design.

And finally, one can feel the cinematic presence at the Ramoji film city. Go have a tour of the Nawab city and script your own experience.

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