MOUNTAIN HARAMUKH, OR HOW TO CLEAR THE HEAD IN 6 HOURS
The real story of the journey to India must begin with words describing the repressed, confused, or confused spirit of the narrator. This introduction as it prepares the reader for…

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Bangalore
This exotic, colorful and flourishing, as well as diverse and inspiring country - the very place to go if you want to bring your sensual experience to the boiling point.…

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Maysur
Mysore is a beautiful place, everyone knows that. The number one sight of the place — the palace, which has fallen, with all its red domes and kaleidoscopic stained glass…

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Chennai

The air is literally boiling there, traffic jams are not found all over the world, so the genuine charm of Chennai does not open right away. Lively, bright and colorful, the city is filled with all sorts of pretentious-looking masterpieces of art and temples, painted in the colors of the “tear-out” series.

Go to the “colonial heart” of the city – the area of ​​Georgetown and explore the Fort St. George built by the British East India Company –– and then old-fashioned looking neighborhoods. Missing silence, walk to the nearby gopuram – ancient temple towers, next to which the Impire State Building will seem like a dwarf pyramid.

Best time: December – March

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Hyderabad City Attractions
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By the pool in front of the ancient Charminar mosque in Indian Hyderabad, it is good to take a breath
Hyderabad’s Old Town is the quintessence of India of bygone days. Cows roam the narrow, crowded streets. The heart-rending bazaar barkers praise their goods, and the air is filled with the smell of tea and Hyderabad biryani with goat in the frying pans.

The iconic temple of Charminar and ancient mosques, such as Mecca Masjid, hover over modestly – compared to such prominent neighbors – looking streets, recalling the era that had faded into oblivion, when the city was buried in luxury. This is truly a city of contrasts: take a walk to the western part – “Cyberbad” – and suddenly find yourself in Japan, in the world of shining high-tech. However, if time is running out, concentrate on the historical center of the city and the outstanding architecture there.

Best time: November – February
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Jaipur
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50 shades of peach: the hall of private audiences in the Jaipur city Ddorec is truly beautiful
Nicknamed the “pink city” – behind the pink walls of the Old City – Jaipur sparkles and shines. All the ways here start from the central City Palace, where the former royal family still lives, and where you can see a lot of interesting things. Click on the camera at Jal-Mahal, the “floating” – in the middle of the lake – the palace, visit Sri Govind Dev, the “postcard” temple, which is mentioned in many legends about Krishna; and gaze at the sky from Jantar Mantar – an astronomical observatory from the list of objects protected by UNESCO.

Did you miss the noise and hustle? Dive into the labyrinths of the bazaar in the center of the city – or join the boiling and screaming crowd at the Mandir cinema – one of the most famous in all of India.

Best time: November – February

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