Incredible India

There’s simply no other word that convincingly captures the enigma that is India. With its in-your-face diversity, from snow-dusted mountains to sun-washed beaches, tranquil temples to feisty festivals, lantern-lit villages to software-supremo cities, it’s hardly surprising that this country has been dubbed the world’s most multidimensional. Love it or loathe it, and most visitors see-saw between the two, India promises to jostle your entire being, and no matter where you go or what you do, it’s a place you’ll never forget. Home to more than one billion people, the subcontinent bristles with an eclectic melange of ethnic groups, which translates into an intoxicating cultural cocktail for the traveller. For those seeking spiritual sustenance, India has oodles of sacrosanct sites and stirring philosophical epics, while history buffs will encounter gems from the past almost everywhere – serenely peering over swarming spice bazaars, to crumbling fortresses looming high above plunging ravines. Meanwhile, aficionados of the great outdoors can paddle in the shimmering waters of one of many balmy beaches, scout for big jungle cats on a blood-pumping wildlife safari, or simply inhale pine-scented air on a meditative forest walk. And then there’s the food! From squidgy South Indian idlis (fermented rice cakes) to zesty north roties

Nandi Hills, Bangalore

Nandi Hills or Nandidurg is a hill station, situated 1,478 mt. above sea level and 65 km from Bangalore, in Chikkaballapur district of Karnataka. It gets its name from the ancient Nandi or bull which is meant to be the mount of Lord Shiva. Later developed as Tipu Sultan’s summer retreat this hill-station was patronized by the British too. These hills are the source of the rivers Palar, Arkavati and Pennar and rolling green slopes surround the Amrit Sarovar Lake, making it a popular weekend destination.

Hogenakkal Falls

Hogenakkal Falls or Hogenakal Falls is a waterfall in South India on the Kaveri (or Cauvery) River. It is located in the Dharmapuri district of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu about 180 km from Bangalore and 46 km from Dharmapuri town. It is sometimes referred to as the "Niagara of India".With its fame for medicinal baths and hide boat rides, it is a major site of tourist attraction. Carbonatite rocks in this site are considered to be the oldest of its kind in South Asia and one of the oldest in the world. This is also the site of a proposed project to generate drinking water.

Innovative Film City, Bangalore

After successfully running the multiplex business for two years in bangalore karnataka, currently Innovative is working towards a film city project with movie production facilities .

Gumbaz, Srirangapatnam

Gumbaz is the tomb and mosque built by Tipu Sultan as a tribute to his illustrious father, Hyder Ali (1722-1784 A.D.), after his death. Gumbaz is the burial chamber of Tipu Sultan, his father Haider Ali and mother Fatima Begum. It is built on a lifted platform and is circumvented by various other tombs of his relatives and nobles.

Bheemeshwari Fishing Camp, bangalore

Bheemeshwari is a tiny village hidden in the vast expanse of Bheemeshwari forests, about 125 kms from Bangalore on the banks of Cauvery. The place is a perfect hideout for those city geeks who want to experience some weekend freedom from frantic phone calls.

Daria Daulat Bagh, Srirangapatna

The Daria Daulat Bagh (Summer Palace) of Tipu Sultan was originally constructed by Tipu Sultan's father Hyder Ali. But he only commenced the construction and late on Tipu Sultan completed it. It is a summer palace and the money that was utilized in its construction was gained entirely from sea trade. It is located on the southern bank of the river Kaveri and it has been constructed in the Saracenic mode of architecture.

JP Park / Jayaprakash Narayan Park, Mathikere, Bangalore

The Jayaprakash Narayan Park (JP Park) that has come up at the junction of Jalahalli and Mathikere after decades of delay, has been fortuitously revamped to beget the title of BMP's largest park. There is a rock garden in the park modelled after the one in Almatti.

Singapatnam (Singotam) , Kollapur

Singotam also know as singapatnam is Beautiful village near to Kollapur,Mahaboob Nagar,Andra Pradesh, Village has beautiful reservoir and famous for fishing contract, it has beautiful reservoir near to Laxmi Narashima swamy and Laxmi temple ,Every year village heads conducts Jathara(Seasonal Festival) during Sankranthi. On the day of jathara all village heads conducts famous bull race competition.

Kuruva Island / Wayanad / Kerala

Wayanad, one of the loveliest hill stations at kerala. This green paradise, located at a distance of 76.kms from the sea shores of Kozhikode. The name, Wayanad, is believed to have been delivered from the word, Vayal nadu, meaning the land of paddy fields.
Wayanad is, one of the biggest foreign exchange earners of the state, thanks to its crops of Pepper, Cardamom, Coffee, Tea, Spices and other condiments. The loamy soils generally show wide variation in depth and texture with a very high content of organic matter.

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