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Must-buy products in Jaipur, a shopper´s paradise

  Atcelsius The city of Jaipur, capital of the state of Rajasthan, is well-known for its vibrant culture, rich history, and beautiful architecture that it possesses. In addition to its magnificent palaces and forts, the city of Jaipur is renowned as a shopper's paradise. The city offers a wide variety of one-of-a-kind and must-buy items that will delight any visitor, book here a taxi service in Jaipur or a car hire in Jaipur. These items range from fine jewellery and textiles to traditional…

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6 top tea destinations in India

  Pxhere India has given many gifts to the world, including its cuisine, saffron and other spices, and its world-famous teas; in fact it remains one of the world's largest tea producers of tea in the world. Commercial cultivation of tea was started in Darjeeling, West Bengal during the colonial era of British rule. Nestled amidst the region's lush green slopes (top), there are many tea estates found in this region, many of which offer guest bungalows and the chance to freely roam among the…

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Seven Things To Know Before You Plan A Trip To Taj Mahal, Agra

Agra houses the beautiful Taj Mahal, which is known as one of the Seven Wonders of the World. None the less Taj Mahal adds to the beauty of Agra and made Agra one of the most sought after tourist’s destination in Uttar Pradesh.Well,well if you dreamt to witness the beauty of Taj and haven’t been yet, you are surely missing on something very grand and beautiful; and we would suggest you to plan a trip ASAP!Here are those SEVEN things that you must be aware about before you plan a trip to Taj…

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