Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves
Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves are partly natural and partly artificial caves of archaeological, historical and religious importance near the city of Bhubaneswar in Odisha, India. The caves are situated on two adjacent hills, Udayagiri and... View Information
Satkosia Tiger Reserve
The Satkosia Gorge along the river Mahanadi, passes through Angul, Boudh, Cuttack and Nayagarh districts in central Orissa and is the natural habitat for the two endangered fresh water crocodilian species, the Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus)... View Information
Dhauli Giri Hills (Shanti Stupa)
Dhauli hills are located on the banks of the river Daya, 8 km south of Bhubaneswar in Odisha (India). It is a hill with vast open space adjoining it, and has major Edicts of Ashoka engraved on a mass of rock, by the side of the road leading... View Information
Bhitarkanika National Park (Wildlife Sanctuary)
The land of lush green mangroves, migrating birds and turtles, the menacing estuarine crocodiles, meandering water courses, tranquil surrounding intercepted by the chirping of birds and the ever embracing nature, entrails visitors from near... View Information
Similipal National Park (Tiger Reserve/Wildlife)
The Similipal Tiger Reserve is a compact block of elevated plateau located in central portion of the Mayurbhanj district and lies between 20° 17’ and 22° 34’ north and 85 40’ and 87° 10’ east longitu... View Information
Worlds of Wonder (WOW) Speedway Go Karting
Wonder Speedway is designed, constructed and run in accordance with the regulations and processes laid down by the Circuit International d’ Karting, or CIK, the governing body of Kart motorsports Worldwide, and under the aegis of the... View Information
Worlds of Wonder (WOW) Water Park
Popular Rides: Free Fall, Rapid Racer, Turbo Tunnel, Raft Ride, Wave Pool and More. Child Rides: Lazy River Wave Pool and More. Entery Ticket Price Monday to Friday: Child: Rs.550, Adult: Rs.750, Sr. Citizen: Rs.450 Saturday and Su... View Information
Worlds of Wonder (WOW) Amusement Park
Popular Rides: Big Beat, Download, Rocking Roller, Mega Disko, Fast Forward and more. Child Rides: Birds Nest, Dizzy Diana, Jumper, Mini jet, Mini Train, Space shot and more. Worlds of Wonder also includes Water Park and Wonder Speedway (... View Information
OYSTERS, Appu Ghar Water Park Gurgaon
Whether you are looking for a relaxing afternoon by the water or a high thrill state of the art water ride, there is something for everyone at O.Y.S.T.E.R.S. Spread across 10 acres, the rain forest themed water park boasts of never-seen-bef... View Information
Calvary Temple/Church
The Calvary temple/church is the largest church in India and by extension also the largest is Asia. The Calvary temple was founded by a Christian Indian called Bro. Satish Kumar who preaches the word of God in the church. MR Kumar started t... View Information
Lord Venkateswara Temple
The Lord Venkateswara temple is considered to be among the richest temples in the world. it remains the most visited temple by people of the Hindu religion. It is located on the seventh hill of the Tirupati hills and lies just at the southe... View Information
Rat Temple (Karni Mata Ka Mandir)
The Karni mata temple also known as the temple of rats is found deep in the Thar Desert. This temple is also known as the temple of rats because there are thousands of rats living in it believed to be holy by Hindus. This temple has a legen... View Information
Kedarnath Temple
Kedarnath Temple is one of the holiest temples that Hindus dedicated to their god Shiva. It is located in place called Garhwal Himalayan range near a river called Mandakini. The Temple is found in Uttarakhand state in India. The Temple is m... View Information
Somnath temple
The Somnath Temple is found in Gujarat province of India in the western coast. It is the first Temple among the twelve Jyotirlinga shrines of the god Shiva of the Indians. It is now a very popular tourist spot in India and one visiting Guja... View Information
Fort St. George Museum
Fort St. George, which was previously known as White Town, is the name of the first British fortress in India. Opened in 1644 in the city  now know as Chennai, this fort proved to be the initial structure in an uninhabited land that le... View Information
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