Top disable friendly destinations/places in India

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Travelling should be as easy as breathing. The idea of standing in the middle of the Leh-Manali highway is so liberating that everyone should get to experience something like this once in their lifetime. Infact, travelling shouldn't be considered as a privelage.

However, for some of us, due to physical barriers travelling has become a challenge. Even though being a wanderer at heart these people have a tough time travelling.

It's a different feeling altogether when you actually see Taj Mahal's crown wearing the amber shade of the sky in the evening. But people with physical challenges often hold back to these thoughts due to social and infrastructural limitations.

Good news! It's a thing of the past now since a few organisations have made travelling accessible for people with physical barriers.

Because of some serious efforts put in by Planet Abled, travelling has become accessible to these 9 destinations for the physically impaired.

The ancient town of Khajuraho is a symbolism of India's rich history and mythology. It's a symbolic depiction of the bygone era when our country was called 'The Golden Bird'. Values, traditions, customs, and culture that were important to Hinduism are displayed beautifully through various sculptures.

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Photo of Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India by Saumitra Shinde

The popular hill station in Uttarakhand is a delight for nature lovers and those who are looking for rejuvenation in the mountains. Nestled in the laps of the mountain, Nainital is an entry point for the upper Himalayas. Mythological tales and its colonial past make Nainital a charming and mystical place. The famous Jim Corbett National Park is at a 2-hour drive from Nainital. Snow View Point, Nani Peak, Tiffin Top, Nainital Lake are some of the attractions here.

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Photo of Nainital, Uttarakhand, India by Saumitra Shinde

Witness the Himalayan wilderness and aura of our majestic national animal in the Jim Corbett National Park. The national park is just a two-hour drive from Nainital. Apart from the presence of the Tigers, the park is abundant in beautiful landscapes, birds, flowers, and other wild animals.

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Photo of Jim Corbett National Park, Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, India by Saumitra Shinde

From yoga to river rafting, this ancient and mystical city is famous for rejuvenating your mind and body with a perfect mix of meditation, yoga, and river rafting. Lakshman Jhula, Beatles Ashram, and the Ganga aarti are some of the interesting things to see here.

Experience the warmth of the mighty Himalayas in the quaint hill station of Mussoorie. Far from the chaos of bustling Indian cities, the hill station offers a panoramic view of the Himalayan range which is indeed a sight to the sore eyes. Gun Hill, Camel's Back Road, Lal Tibba, Happy Valley, Kemty Falls, Cloud End, Landour, George Everest, are some of the attractions in Mussoorie.

Experience the beauty of the cold desert, barren landscape, twirling roads, and the company of mountains in the town which lies on the oldest route of the famous Silk route in Asia, Leh. The place is famous for its Tibetan culture, trekking, and for the famous Snow Leopard. Hemis Monastery, Thiksey, Shey Palace, Sindhu Ghat, Pangong Lake, and Tso Moriri are some of the famous places in Ladakh.

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Photo of Leh by Saumitra Shinde

The iconic Golden Temple is the heart of Amritsar and one of the most religious places on earth. Take a dip into its holy water and enjoy the delicious meal called Langar by Sewadars. It is estimated that 50,000 people are served per day in the Golden Temple. The Jallianwala Baug is a walk away from the Golden Temple.

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Photo of Harmandir Sahib, Golden Temple Road, Atta Mandi, Katra Ahluwalia, Amritsar, Punjab, India by Saumitra Shinde

Patriotism will run high when you see the sentries raise their legs up to the forehead, only to stomp it on the ground with full fervour, at the Wagah Border. Experience the flag-lowering ceremony in the evening and watch the place light up with patriotism. The Wagah Border is the only border point where citizens from India and Pakistan are allowed to witness the dramatic parades.

Famously called as Venice of the East, Udaipur is a beautiful city that has preserved its past which is decorated by royalty and elegance. The old city of Udaipur is on the banks of Lake Pichola which is an artificial lake created in 1362 AD for irrigation and drinking water needs. The City Palace, Ambrai Ghat, Badi Lake, Ahar Cenotaphs are some of the famous places to visit in Udaipur.

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Photo of Udaipur, Rajasthan, India by Saumitra Shinde

The symbol of love built by Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz still retains the love & affection even after centuries. Built elegantly on the banks of river Yamuna, Taj Mahal is an indication of love being eternal. Experience the glory of this marble structure as it allures you with its beautiful architecture.

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Photo of Taj Mahal, Dharmapuri, Forest Colony, Tajganj, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India by Saumitra Shinde

It's important to know that travelling is the most liberating thing in this universe and nothing should hold it back from you. If you are aware of any organization, startups, or companies that are making travelling accessible and easy then do let us know here.

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