Agartala is a mini storehouse of Tripura's rich cultural diversity and a getaway to the miraculous mountains of the state.
Hosting a legacy of incredible architecture, culture and a bustling food scene, the 600-year-old city of Ahmedabad wins over visitors with its charm.
Surrounded by breathtakingly scenic beauty, Aizawl in Mizoram, can be explored for its wildlife, lakes and adventure activities.
Situated at the confluence of Rivers Subarnrekha and Kharkai, the steel city of India, Jamshedpur, in Jharkhand, echoes with the legacy of Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata (founder of the Tata Group of companies), who founded the city. The largest city in the state, Jamshedpur is dotted with lakes that are surrounded by neatly manicured gardens. Open emerald spaces, lofty hills, lush forests and pristine waterfalls adorn the suburbs of the city, making it a green paradise.
Though it has been developed as one of the most planned industrial cities in the country, there are several tourist retreats for visitors to explore. Lying at the heart of the city, the Jubilee Park, a gift from the Tata Group to the residents of the city, is the main attraction here. From musical fountains to amazing laser installations inspired by Singapore's Sentosa Island, the park enchants visitors with its diversity and vibrancy. Also called Tata Nagar, Jamshedpur acts as a gateway to other cities and towns of the state.
A treat for nature-lovers, Tata Steel Zoological Park is situated besides the...