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1) JAMMU AND KASHMIR –

Jammu & Kashmir is the most beautiful state of India and it’s located mostly in the Himalayan mountains, and share borders with the state of Himachal Pradesh & Punjab, and the neighboring counties of Pakistan, China, & Afghanistan. The state consists of three regions- The Jammu, The Kashmir valley & Ladhak.

“Heaven on Earth”. Isolating from the rest of the country sets not only climatic conditions but social and moral institutions diverse and unique culture different from the rest of the country. Kashmir Valley repels India’s true color and is the best tourist destination in India. High mountain snow covered with beautiful rivers and landscapes makes it an ideal destination for the holidays. Its luminous beauty never fails to attract visitors.

Historical sites, sightseeing and beautiful landscapes make your best resource in Kashmir Kashmir Tourism. In the winter with heavy snow and moderate climate, you will enjoy each and every moment spends in this beautiful valley.

The natural beauty, locations have made it a favorite destination for tourists across the world. Jammu is famous for its temples, while the Kashmir valley is known for its lakes & garden.It is believed that the city was founded by Raja Lochan in the 8th century.

The world-famous pilgrimage attracts tourists seeking a relaxed place of tourist attractions such as Vaishno Devi Dham, Multi Fort, Amar Mahal etc. Jammu is situated in the north of the Great Himalaya Mountain range and the plains of Punjab. In the lower regions of Jammu, there is a high intensity of walnuts and oak forests, whereas in the north there are pine forests.

Do not forget to travel to J Jammu Vaishno Devi, Raghunath Temple Mubarak Mandi Palace, Mansar Lake, Multi Fort, and Amar Mahal. Vaishno Devi temple is actually a cave which is dedicated to the Hindu goddess Vaishno Devi. Statues made in three different forms of the Goddess are the main attractions of the visitors who come here, including Mahakali’s death and goddess of time, Goddess of Mahasaraswati knowledge and Goddess of Mahalaxmi Dhan and Vaibhav.

The Raghunath Temple, which was built by Maharaja Ranbir Singh and his father Gulab Singh, is also the main tourist attraction for the people coming here. It is the main pilgrimage here, which has been built in the Mughlai style.When you are in Jammu, go to Mubarak Mandi Palace, which was built by Dogra dynasties. The specialty of this palace is that the palace was made in Rajasthani, Mughal and European style.

Sheesh Mahal built in the temple complex of this palace is another attraction of this place. The mansar lake which flows here is considered very sacred, so you must also see it too. Between the thick forests, there is a temple of Sheshnag on the bank of this lake. You should also visit it. This temple is dedicated to the king of snakes, Sheshnag.

The multi-fort here is also a major tourist attraction that was built 300 years ago by Raja Lal Lauchchan, this fort reflects the solar dynasty. On the edge of this fort there is a beautiful lawn known as Bagh-e-Bahia. Another major tourist attraction near the Fort of Fort is the Bawaii Mata Temple which is dedicated to the goddess of time and death.

Other places located here include Pir Baba Dargah, Surinsar Lake Pir Kho Guha, Jiyarat Peer Meetha, Nandini Wildlife Sanctuary. Due to the well-being of the country and the foreign and due to the excellent arrangement of stay, people preferring to come to Jammu in the summer.

Tourists coming here can easily reach this destination via airways, railways or roadways. Jammu Airport is the domestic airport here, which is well connected to other major cities in India. Jammu Tavi Railway Station is the nearest railway station, which is connected to other major railway stations, tourists can easily reach other cities like Pune, Chennai, New Delhi.

Tourists coming here can come here sometime from October to March because the weather here is very pleasant at this time.

 Jammu and Kashmir best travel destinations-

Here I have divided Jammu & Kashmir three parts, so its easy to describe —

1.)  KASHMIR     – a) Srinagar, b) Gulmarg, c) Pahalgam, d) Sonmarg, e) yusmarg, f) Verinag, g) Kokernag, h) Dodh pather, i) Lolab valley, g) Gurej valley.

2.) JAMMU         -a) Jammu city, b) Katra, c) Mansar, d) Kishtwar, e) Sanasar, f) Patnitop, g) Bhadarwah.

3.) LADAKH       -a) Nubra, b) Kargil, c) Zanskar, d) Leh, e) Drass.

2) HIMACHAL PRADESH –

Himachal Pradesh is located in the northern region of India. Himachal Pradesh is surrounded by Jammu and Kashmir on the north, Punjab on the west and the south-west, Haryana on the south, Uttar Pradesh on the south-east and China on the east.

Himachal was known since the earliest of times as “Devabhoomi”, the home of the Gods. The splendid heights of the Himalayan ranges, with its great scenics beauty and aura of spiritual calm, seem the natural home of the Gods. Himachal Pradesh is a state located in the north of India, which attracts millions of tourists from all over the world every year due to its beautiful, nature and tranquil atmosphere.

Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries and this is the reason why the state’s income is also increasing every year. Due to the sharp jump in the state tourism, there has been an increase in hotels and resorts in the last few years, which is a good sign for the progress and development of the state.

Geographically Tibet in the east of Himachal Pradesh is surrounded by Punjab in the west and states like Jammu and Kashmir in the north. This state, popularly known as the land of the Gods or Gods, is a paradise for tourists coming here. It is enough to attract the attention of any tourists visiting the greenery, snow-covered peaks, snowy glaciers, pleasant lakes.

There are 3 seasons mainly in Himachal Pradesh, which include Basant Jada and Monsoon. Here the spring season starts in February, which remains till April. Winter season begins here in October, which lasts till March. The ideal winter season is the winter of Himachal walking, as well as a huge crowd of tourists in this season can be seen here.

Hindi is the official language of Himachal but the hill, which is in different dialects and sub languages can be easily seen by people here widely. Various dialects of the mountainous language spoken here include Mandiali, Kulwi, Kahuluri, Hinduri, Chameli, Sirmauri, Mihshawi and Pangwali, which are here by people living in Mandi, Kullu, Bilaspur Nalagraha, Chamba, Sirmaur, Mahasu, Pangi Is spokenAmong other dialects spoken here, Kinnauri, Lahauli, Spitian, which is the language of the people of the Boston community, is also spoken here.

It is said that all the hill sub languages spoken here have been taken from Sanskrit and are very similar to them. Punjabi, Dogri, Kangri are other languages spoken here. Also, in the Western part of the western part, it is widely spoken in pass. If old records were to be believed then the script used here was the Persian script here, but now it is in Devanagari.

The principal 12 districts of the state have always attracted the attention of tourists around the world due to their attractive sites like ceing, religious sites, fishing, mountaineering, foot gliding, trekking, river rafting, golf, paragliding, skiing.Himachal Pradesh is a state which is known for its fairs as well as across the world with India. The main events that take place here include the winter carnival Shivaratri, the festoon fair, the minaret fair, the Manimesh fair, the Phulech, the Kullu Dasheraha, the Lavi Mela, Renuka Mela, which are popular among the people.

 Himachal-Pradesh best travel destinations-

1) Manali, 2) Shimla, 3) Mcleodganj, 4) Dalhousie, 5) Spiti valley, 6) Dharamshala, 7) Kasol,

8) Khajjar, 9) Kasauli, 10) Kinnaur, 11) BirBilling, 12) Kufri, 13) Chamba, 14) Chail, 15) Mandi,

16) Kullu, 17) Tirthan valley, 18) Kaza, 19) Palampur, 20) Nahan, 21) Kangra,

22) Bhuntar, 23) Bilaspur, 24) Narkanda, 25) Kalpa, 26) Shogi, 27) Tattapani, 28) Manikaran sahib, 29) Shoja,

30) Solan, 31) Sangla, 32) Mashobra, 33) Nalagarh, 34) Naggar, 35) Parwanoo, 36) Arki, 37) Kinnaur kailash,

38) Indrahar pass Trek, 39) Kheerganga Trek, 40) Tosh, 41) Parvathi pin pass,

42) Sar pass trek, 43) Sarahan, 44) Malana, 45) Parvati valley trek, 46) Bhabha pass trek,

47) Bhrigu lake, 48) Freindship park, 49) Beas kund trek, 50) Rohtang pass, 51) Solang valley, 

52) Hampta pass trek, 53) chandratal baralach trek, 54) Deo tibba base camp trek, 55) Bara bhangal kalihani trek,

56) Barot, 57) Prashar lake trek, 58) Triund, 59) Theong, 60) Jalori pass,

61) Pin valley national park, 62) Pin valley park trek, 63) Trekking in great himalayan national park. 

3) UTTARAKHAND –

Uttarakhand is the 27th state of the Indian republic, from 2000 to 2006 it was known as Uttaranchal. In January 2007, the official name of the state was changed to Uttarakhand. Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand as well as the largest city in the state. The Uttrakhand, which is often called “the place of Gods” and “Paradise on Earth”.

In the state of Uttarakhand, the holiest of the Hindu religion and the largest rivers in India are the source of Ganges and Yamuna, which are called Gangotri and Yamunotri and there are many important pilgrimage centers of Vedic culture situated on their banks. Here glaciers are covered with snow Mountains, flows of valleys, skiing slopes and dense mammals, many religious places and pilgrimages are also found.

The most sacred shrines of Hindus are found in the temple of the Himalayas: Badrinath, Kedarnath. Of which Badrinath is actually a part of the four Dhams. Also, Haridwar is called the door to go to God’s house, which is only in Uttarakhand.

Under the Gangotri river system, from the Satluj in the west to the Kali river in the east, it is caught up to 300 km of water flows. After Kanchenjunga (28160 feet), Nanda Devi (25640 feet) is India’s second highest peak. The other summers include the Dunagiri, Nilkanth, Chaukambha, Panchchuli, Trishul.

These peaks are believed to be the home of Gods, Yaksos, Kiners, Pierso and Santos. There are also some ancient hill areas, which mainly include Mussoorie, Almora, Dwarahat, Ranikhet and Nainital.It is rich in natural resources especially water and forests with many glaciers, rivers, dense forests, and snow-clad mountain peaks.

Uttarakhand best travel destinations-

1) Mussorie, 2) Dehradun, 3) Chamba, 4) Haridwar, 5) Rishikesh, 6) Pauri, 

7) Landowne, 8) Dhanaulti, 9) Khirsu, 10) Auli, 11) Joshimath, 12) chopta,

13) Chakrata, 14) Nanital, 15) Kausani, 16) Almora, 17) Ranikhet, 18) Binar,

19) Mukteshwar, 20) Jageshwar, 21) Munsiyari, 22) Chaukori, 23) Bheemtal,

24) Corbett, 25) Baijnath, 26) Pithoragarh.

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