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Humayun's Tomb is one of the most important monuments of the city and a perfect example of wonderful Islamic architecture was made by Mirak Mirza Ghiyas, a Persian architect. The initiative to make this monument was taken by Humayun’s senior widow Bega Begum. The monument is considered as a precursor of the Taj Mahal in terms of beauty. It was built in 1565 AD and is located on the crossing of the Lodi Road and Mathura Road. The main features of this monument are the beautiful gardens, fountains and of course the double domed mausoleum. Apart from Humayun’s tomb, there are many other Mughal rulers who have their mausoleums built in here.
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Her Mom's place was just next lane to  Sahelion ke bari. We both spend good time  and then left for Shopping @ Hathi pol. Its nice place for Shopping and should get good deal there. We had Gujrati Thali @ Kanak Dinning Hall and after that we went  Fateh Sagar Lake.
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This is a nature park dedicated to the Captain of Indian army named Saurabh Kalla who lost his life in the year 1999 during the Kargil War. He is also said to have had to tolerate a lot of torture by the Pakistani army for over 20 days. The park is a symbol of honour for all the brave hearts who had to lay their lives in wars to protect their countries. This park is known for the lovely greenery, shady trees and a lot of variety in terms of flora and fauna. Bird Watching is also an important activity to be enjoyed in this park. Overall, this park is one of the most popular tourist attraction of Palampur.
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Holding the Guiness World Record to be the World's largest comprehensive Hindu temple, the Swaminarayan Akshardham Temple was built-in just 5 years. The nearest metro station is the Akshardham Metro Station. Mobiles and other electronic gadgets are not allowed. These are to be deposited in the cloakrooms. It's an example of the grandeur and beauty of all the ancient and traditional architectural and religious styles which have ever been present in India. Usually the one who took such a noble initiative was Swami Maharaj of the Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha along side more than a thousand talented artisans. The temple is mainly specialized in Swaminarayan and also includes a separate shrine for Lord Shiva. There are a number of halls amongst which the initial one is where you will find films and robotic shows going to spread the message of honesty, peace and unity. In the second hall you is likely to be presented with the story of a classic yogi named Nilkanth in an exceedingly attractive manner. Last however, not the smallest amount of the next hall is where you are able to find out about the discoveries and works of the saints- scientists and the art of Ajanta- Ellora. The musical fountain is an amusement after sunset, the Lotus temple is another bit of beauty and the Garden of India is just a memorial for all the famous men and women of our country.
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A major part of Sringar and Kashmir in fact, has sprawling lush green gardens with the most beautifully landscaped flower beds and fountains amidst structures which date back to almost the late 16th century. I decided to see a few for myself and visited Shalimar Garden first. Situated 15 Kms from the city centre, it was built by Emperor Jahangir for his beloved wife, Nurjahan. Shalimar gets water from Harwan through a canal lined with fountains. These fountains were the main attraction for the tourists and children alike. Next I moved to Cheshma Shahi, or the Royal Spring was laid by Shah Jahan and Pari Mahal. The spring is famous for refreshing digestive water. After refreshing myself with water from the spring, I went 2kms uphill to reach Pari Mahal. The different views from the 7 terraces Srinagar felt surreal and I stood admiring the natural beauty for many a minutes.
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Home to more than 650 species of plants and herbs, this is a prime attraction in the Queen of Hill Stations which is Ooty. There are a number of rare species of plants and herbs here along with a number of varieties of flowers. The main attraction here is the monkey's puzzle tree which has a strange shape and the name is given because even monkeys fail to climb this tree. There is also a paper bark tree and also a fossilized tree. The other sections of this garden are the Lower Garden, New Garden, Italian Garden, Fountain Terrace, conservatories and fountains. The Government also organizes a check everyday via the Horticultural Department of Tamil Nadu. The Summer Festival is a sight to behold out here.
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Mandore Garden is a sightseeing place in Jodhpur and one that is at its best during early morning hours. There are memorials and temples in this garden that is more like a gem on the crown. However, most of the temples are empty or are either in ruins, it is still something that will interest the historical buffs. Well again, there are quite a number of monkeys roaming about in the garden. A few hours is all you need for this place where you can explore through a walking tour and even sit and relax for a while of the weather suits.
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The Lalbagh Botanical Garden located in Bangalore is a very popular botanical garden in southern India spread over an area of 240 acres. The garden was said to be started by Hyder Ali- Ruler of Mysore and was finished by his successor Tipu Sultan. The Lalbagh Botanical Garden has a very famous Glass House which hosts the annual flower show. This Garden has the widest collection of tropical plants in India. The Botanical garden has a very beautiful lake and is one of the major tourist destinations in the city. The Lalbagh Botanical Garden surrounds a tower which was erected by the founder of Bangalore, Kempe Gowda. The park has many rare species of plants from various international countries as well, and has trees which are over 100 years old. Another major attraction in the Park is the Lalbagh Rock, which is one of the oldest rocks on earth.
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Originally named as the Government Rose Garden or the Jayalalitha Rose Garden after the name of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, this is a wonderful place to spend time in. This garden is spread over a hilly area and it is an extremely beautiful and romantic place. You should best visit this place during mid- summer to find the roses in full blossom. The different colours and the sweet fragrance of the flowers are just awesome. This place is perfect for spending time during the afternoons on the lush green fields of this rose garden.
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Another beautiful nook in the Hauz Khas Village, this place is known for its extraordinary natural beauty and the greenery. It is an immensely detoxifying place away from the pollution of the city. the park is a favorite of morning and evening walkers and also for people who want to escape the hot summer afternoons. The animals here are left to roam in their natural habitat and the view of them from a far away distance is blissful. The Pind Balluci Restaurant is another attractive reason for which you would visit the place.
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Mughal Gardens is a garden in Rashtrapati Bhavan.
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The morning walkers'paradise, this monument is underneath the supervision of Archeological Survey of India. This really is a critical place of heritage in the city whilst the pattern of architecture it follows is very little left in the country. This is a garden comprising of the tombs of famous rulers and is named after the Lodi Dynasty which was from the Afghan regions and ruled over Northern India and parts of Pakistan throughout the 15th century. The first ruler to be buried here was of Emperor Muhammad Shah by Alauddin Alam Shah. Probably the most famous of all the mausoleums is that of Sikander Lodi. He was a really able ruler and the hero who emerged after defeating Akbar the Great in the Battle of Panipat. The architecture of the tomb is unique with a mixture of Persian and Afghani architecture. The key mausoleum is in a very separate enclosure which can be further surrounded by beautiful lawns still well- maintained. the monument lies between the Khan Market and the Safdarjung Tomb.
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Originally named as the Government Rose Garden or the Jayalalitha Rose Garden after the name of the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, this is a wonderful place to spend time in. This garden is spread over a hilly area and it is an extremely beautiful and romantic place. You should best visit this place during mid- summer to find the roses in full blossom. The different colours and the sweet fragrance of the flowers are just awesome. This place is perfect for spending time during the afternoons on the lush green fields of this rose garden.
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Towards the bustling town side, we have the Horniman Gardens, by which the infamous Asiatic Library looms over.
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Very close to the Kodaikanal Lake, this is one of the most beautiful parks you will find in the city. The sheets of colourful blossoms and the combination of frangrances with the sweet colours make it all very pretty. This kind of a place can instantly bring a smile to anyone's place. The best time to visit is of course a little after the peak time of summer as this is when the flowers are at full bloom. Other than that also, this is an ideal place to enjoy lazy walks and to relax.
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The Shanti Kunj - Chandigarh is situated in sector 16, Chandigarh. This is situated inverse to Rose Garden. A peaceful, commotion free normally undulated garden, with a winding stream going through the recreation center isolating it into five territories delineating distinctive types of trees & plants, such as medicinal, flowering, vertically growing trees, environmentally suitable and Shade giving trees. The scenes are pleasant in the greenery enclosure. A serene spot to spend some time. Although not as well known as rose garden, this greenery enclosure has a delightful scene view. It likewise has a lake in spite of the fact that there is very little water. The best time to visit Shanti Kunj is amid the evening. No significant slow down is accessible inside. This is an exceptionally quiet place. There are such a large number of assortments of plants and trees including medical plants. Even in Summer there are beautiful flowers sprouting which is quite uncommon. Best place to spend a quality evening.
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Bund Garden- ​A popular retreat for people of all ages, the Bund Garden is a favourite haunt for those looking to unwind and relax.Shaniwarwada- Bajirao - kashibai - mastaniShaniwarwada has five gates:1. Dilli Darwaza2. Mastani Darwaja3. Khidki Darwaja4. Ganesh Darwaja5. Jambhul Darwaja or Narayan Darwajaa must visit place in Pune.Pune is Best famous for its its Osho slippers, Shrewsbury biscuits, and world-class educational institutes, the city of Pune is no less than a foodie’s paradise with an array of dining options to choose from. Some not to miss restaurants are Exotica, Mi-a-Mi, Cafe Mangii and Marrakesh which offer a complete dining experience to the guests. However, if you ever face dilemma about where to head for satiating your hunger pangs, don’t hesitate in making your way to the famous Koregaon Park, which is like a one-stop solution for all your dining needs.Shopping in Pune
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Hanuman Batika: Hanuman Batika or the Garden of Hanuman has one of the tallest statues of Hanuman. It’s a beautiful place to spend time.Ghanteswari
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connects one to the nature from the busy crowded city.
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This is a lake house which is quite a renowned one in the city of Jodhpur. According to tourists and locals, this is a must visit for all those who are coming to the enriched cultural hub for the first time. The swimming pool is the most eye-catching structure here with some spectacular carvings not only on the roof but also on the pillars. There is an open air restaurant to enhance the taste buds with some Indian and especially Rajasthani delicacies. If you are in the city with your mate, then there is nothing better to take them for a date here at Balsamand Lake.
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