Map of sights in India

Map of sights in India
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Map of sights in India
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Many tourists from all over the world know Jaipur as a “Pink City”. If you arrive in this beautiful city and visit its old quarter, you will see the reason for this name with your own eyes. Indeed, all buildings in this part of the Indian city have a pink or terracotta color. Jaipur is also the capital of the Indian state of Rajasthan. According to traditions of the ancient Indian architecture, the territory is divided into nine rectangular sectors. This is the location of the major attractions of this region. Don’t be surprised if you happen to see an elephant during your walk in Jaipur. This is normal for this Indian city. Legendary ruler and warrior Jai Singh II was the founder of the city. He was also a talented astronomer. When his father Maharaja Bishan Singh died, the boy was only 11. Despite such a young age, Jai Singh II had to become a ruler. At that time, Amer was the capital of the region. It was located eleven kilometers away from modern Jaipur. To protect the territory, Jai Singh II built a fort of an impressive size. He named the fort Jaipur. The kingdom of Jai Singh II was getting richer year after year. Its population was growing too. The capital, Amer, became so populous that there was not enough water for all people and too little space to build new …
Top touristic places in India

North Sentinel Island

From the series “The Most Inaccessible Spots of the Planet”
In the world, there is a strange place, on the bottom of which modern man has never entered during the last decades. It is North Sentinel Island. This island is located in the Gulf of Bengal and belongs officially to the territory of India. In reality, however, it is a very isolated territory. The way to the island is actually not so difficult, up to it can be reached both by the waterway, and by the air.

The landing on the island is nevertheless impossible - all foreign guests are encountered by the flaming tribe of the native inhabitants. It is dangerous to get close to the island. The curious researchers can be hit by toxic arrows or throwing spikes. Despite the good accessibility, North Sentinel Island remains one of the least explored places on earth.

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Chowpatty Beach

From the series “Dangerous and Treacherous Beaches That Can Be Lethal”
In Mumbai, there is a beach, which is probably no tourist as attractive. The once beautiful and clean Chowpatty beach looks today rather than a giant trash heap, which serves as the seagull. Although the beach is regularly cleared, the garbage piles are not smaller. This is because Chowpatty has been the place where many national holidays have taken place for many years. And on the weekend the parties or festivals are held here.

The experienced tourists claim that the coast in the late summer looks most clean and beautiful when prepared for the annual festivals Ganesh Chaturthi. Before the holiday the beach is carefully cleared. On Chowpatty you set the big stage. The festival dedicated to God Ganesha usually begins at the end of August and lasts until September.

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