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Tourist Attractions in Chengalpattu

    These ruins of the fort built by Portuguese is a reminder of their occupation on the islands. Bassein Fort (Basin) also known, as Vasai Fort is an imp...
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    About 82 kms from Ahmedabad, this ancient city offers an incredible insight into one of the world oldest urban cultures and the largest civilisation o...
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    Kandla, a major seaport 380 kms from Ahmedabad has single point mooring facilities with a free trade zone. The monument of Mahatma Gandhi and Nirva Si...
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    Kachchh is a fascinating land and no visit to Gujarat is complete without a sojourn to this peninsular district, which is well known for its wild ass ...
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    Jamnagar, historically called Nawanagar, or the new city, was one of the most important princely states of Saurashtra. It is about 310 kms from Ahmeda...
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    The Cueva de las Manos, R
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    The Parvati Temple was the erstwhile private shrine of the Peshwa rulers. Now it is a popular tourist spot, with the Parvati and Devdeveshwar temples ...
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    This Rajasthani-style building showcases a one-man collection of some of the most fascinating Indian artifacts one can ever get to see. Among 36 secti...
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    Ensconced deep in the heart of the city, at Shivajinagar, is a 8th century rock-cut temple. Reminiscent of Ellora, the temple has been painstakingly h...
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    Among the best architectural sights in Pune, this memorial of the great Maratha warrior, Mahadaji Shinde, houses his Chhattri (umbrella) and his portr...
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    A red brick and trap stone building of English-Gothic style, the Lal Deval was built by the famous David Sassoon in 1867.
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    A premier institute, FTII imparts training in all major branches of film training in all major branches of film making and is known to have produced s...
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    The site of the Pune University, the stately mansion at Ganeshkhind, was the official residence of the Governor of Mumbai during the monsoon season. A...
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    The ancient site known as Raja Karna-ka-Kila, is a huge mound about 5-km west-southwest of Thanesar. The mound is about 10 m high from the general gro...
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    Just 18 km from Keylong on the right bank of Chandra river, the subdivisional headquarters, an imposing 8 storeyed structure, the fort of Gondla seems...
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    Legendary Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib
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    In Orchha there are three large independent palaces representing three distinct periods. Thefirst palace was Ramji Mandir,begun by Rudra Pratap in 150...
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    An old British fort was located at north of Colaba, so the area north of Colaba is known as Mumbai Fort. There are a lot of imposing buildings from Mu...
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