Located in the national capital city of Delhi, the Tughlaqabad Fort was built in 1321, by Ghiyas-ud-din Tughlaq who founded the Tughlaq dynasty. The construction of the fort was intended to keep the marauding Mongolian raiders at bay and was known as the 3rd historic kingdom of Delhi. The fort is also connected to the tomb of Ghiyas ud-din Tughlaq, which sits at a scenic location beside a highly ornamental causeway.
Tughlaqabad Fort, Delhi
63 Gir National Park
The Gir National Park is famous for its thriving population of the Asiatic Lions and is major protected wildlife reserve in the State of Gujarat. The forests were once the hunting reserves of the royal family of Junagarh who later played a pivotal role in the conservation of lions in the region. Apart from the Lions, the forests of Gir are also home to a varied species of animals, birds and reptiles.
Gir National Park, Junagarh
63.Laxmi Vilas Palace
Built by the Gaekwads in 1890, the Laxmi Vilas Palace of Vadodara is one of the largest private residences in the world. Its construction was commission by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III who was a Maratha chieftain and the King of Baroda state. The building’s design is the true amalgamation of Hindu and European architecture and contains a museum, gardens, assembly halls and a zoo that has been reduced to a crocodile pit.
Laxmi Vilas Palace, Vadodara
Located in Kangra district, Himachal Pradesh, Dharamshala is the seat of the Dalai Lama and also the headquarters of the Tibetan Government in exile. A majority of the population here belongs to the Tibetan exiles and hence is also known as mini Tibet. The town contains several monasteries, scenic views of the Himalayas and various other tourist attractions.
65.Jim Corbett National Park
Jim Corbett National Park is the oldest protected regions in India and is a major stronghold of the Bengal Tiger. Located in Nainital, Uttarakhand the Jim Corbett National Park was established in 1936 and is openly funded by the World Wildlife Fund and is famous for its vast species of flora and fauna.
Jim Corbett National Park, Nainital
Housing the world’s largest cannon on wheels, the Jaigarh Fort was built in 1726, by Sawai Jai Singh II of Jaipur. The construction of the fort was done in order to protect the Amber fort from the invading army and is located 400 meters above the Amber palace. The fortress also served as a cannon foundry for the Rajputs and Mughals and also houses a beautiful garden and a museum.
Jaigarh Fort, Jaipur
Nainital Lake is located in the Nainital District of Uttarakhand and serves as the major tourist attraction in the hill town. One can engage in a number of activities such as boating, Yachting and various exhibitions and festivals that are organized near the banks of the Nainital Lake.
Nainital Lake, Nainital
68 Kodaikanal Lake
The lake is located in the heart of the scenic hill town of Kodaikanal and serves as a major tourist attraction in Kodaikanal. The construction of the lake is attributed to the former collector of Madurai Sir Vere Henry Levinge, who commissioned the construction in 1863. The lake’s precincts contain a ferry and boat service, a boat club and regular flower shows and exhibitions are conducted here.
Kodaikanal Lake, Kodaikanal
Loktak Lake is situated near the town of Moirang in Manipur and is the largest freshwater lake in North-Eastern India. The lake is known for its several floating islands including the largest, which is home to the Keibul Lamjao National Park. The nature reserve is not only known for its scenic locations, but also houses several wildlife and plant species.
Loktak Lake, Moirang
The green hills of Munnar are located in the Idukki district of Kerala amidst the Western Ghats Mountains. Placed at an elevation of approximately 1,600 meters above sea level, Munnar is a major hill station in Kerala. The hill town is known for its sprawling green hills, covered with tea and spice plantations.