Amazing Place In The India
Yumthang Valley (Sikkim)
Yumthang Valley (Sikkim) popularly known as the ‘Valley of Flowers’, Yumthang Valley is a wide expanse surrounded by the Himalayan Mountains in North Sikkim at an altitude of 3,564 meters above sea level. The whole ambiance of the valley is filled with clear rivers and beautiful lakes that give the Kashmir effect. One of the most beautiful places in the world, crossing the valley is so refreshing.
Tea garden hill of Munnar (Kerala)
Tea garden of the Munnar hill (Kerala) Kerala is home to some of the best places in the world you can visit. Not only is it known for its backwaters and beaches, it is also known as Munnar, a city in the southwestern state of Kerala. It is completely covered by tea bushes, some up to 7000 feet above sea level. This beautiful southern city is a playful combination of glorious mountains and lush green plains, making it the Assam of South India
Stok Range (Ladakh)
Stok Range (Ladakh) A range of mountains that cross across India, the Stok Range offers a wonderful contrast of the Brown Pointy Mountain and the ethereal white cap Himalayas. These areas are ideal for hiking and riding and camping all night.
Nohkalikai Falls (Meghalaya)
Nohkalikai Waterfalls (Meghalaya) Close to one of the most spectacular and beautiful places in the world you can visit, Nohkalikai Waterfalls is one of the longest waterfalls in India. Besides being magnificent, the waterfalls have a mysterious fable attached to it that translates into the Khasi language “Jump of Ka Likai”. The name follows the story about a local woman, Likai, who after a family tragedy went mad and jumped on a rock near the trunk. Apart from being one of the most beautiful places in the world, man-made places also make for a fun place too
Nanda Devi (Uttarakhand)
Nanda Devi is the next and subsequent queen of God in Uttarakhand and is dedicated to all its areas in the central Himalayas. The Inanda Devi Fair is one of the most popular festivals in Uttarakhand. The festival is held every year in remembrance of the gods of God Nanda and Sunanda in September and is regarded as a symbol of spiritual and material prosperity. The medal is said to have originated in the Kumaon region during the reign of Raja Kalyan Chand in the 16th century.
The Inanda Devi Jat is celebrated annually in the Nanda Devi temples distributed in Garhwal and Kumaon. The ceremony begins on the day set aside for Devi’s visit to her home or parents’ home and concludes with her husband’s return home. This tradition is well expressed in the songs of the people of Uttarakhand. The Nanda Devi Fairs are held in Almora, Nainital, Nauti, Dandidhara, Munsiyari, and Ranikhet, with Almora and Roopkund Fairs.