India is home to the Himalayas. It is thus, endowed with multiple sites and destinations that serve as hill stations. Some of them are now very famous destinations transformed to urbane locales with millions of tourists.
Almora Uttarakhand, a beautiful hill-station with innate historical cultural value. It is well surrounded by oak and pine tree-forests to provide the pollution-stricken metropolitan residents a breath of fresh air.
Mussoorie is affectionately called the ‘QUEEN OF THE HILLS’. Its unbounded beauty and weather has earned it this epithet. Surrounded by lush green mountain forests and valleys, the city is sure to relax you to the core.
Situated in the state of Uttar Pradesh, Ayodhya is considered the birth place of Lord Rama. The city has many temples connected with the Hindu epic Ramayana. It also has many some mosques built by Mughal Emperors
Bharatpur is a city situated in the eastern Rajasthan. To know the history of Bharatpur, you have to move back to the 5th century BC. The legend says the name Bharatpur has derived from the name ‘Bharat’, the younger brother of Lord Ram.