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The Northern part of India, has numerous tourist destinations like Delhi, Shimla, Agra, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, and Uttaranchal. Some of these places boast of architectural marvels, while others are known for their natural beauty. No matter what one seeks, the Northern zone is a treasure trove of varied colors, flavors, adventures, wildlife, archititural and cultures that never fail to fascinate the visitors from all over the world on tours of North India.
The temple of Lord Jagannath is also the tallest historic monument standing 65 meters tall and built by Chodaganga Deva in 12th century A. D. The architecture of the temple is magnificent and glorifies the ancient time and culture. The sunny beach at Puri offers an amazing sunrise with a peaceful and numinous message.
The capital city of Orissa is better known as 'the temple city of India' for its hundreds of temples and hereditary Oriyan temple building skills over one thousand years old. Bhubaneswar is perceived as an important Hindu pilgrimage center as it is home to the prominent Lord Lingaraj or Tribhubaneswar, besides other temples dotting its landscape.
Extending over 192000 sq. km on the Western half of the Deccan Plateau bounded by Andhra Pradesh in the east, Maharashtra in the north and Tamil Nadu/Kerala on the south; Karnataka emerges through the mists of antiquity. The historian is thrilled by the array of dynasties that marched their armies to battle and ruled over this land. The Chalukyas, Kadambas, Rastrakutas, Hoysalas, Gangas, Vijaynagar Rajas, Hyder Tippu and the Wodeyars have left their king sized footprints on its sand. It is here the skilled artists have treated stone like ivory and executed filigree work of great finesse.
Digboi is known as the Oil City of Assam where the first oil well in Asia was drilled. The first refinery was started here as early as 1901. Digboi is the oldest oil well in operation. This place still retains the British ambience, complemented by the clubs and Golf courses nearby. Digboi in Assam is an oil town that can be traced to the early 18th century, when oil was first discovered here. Digboi can proudly boast of two unique features - a 100-year-old extant oilfield and the world's oldest operating oil refinery.
Sikkim Trekking in Sikkim is placid travel destination, situated at an altitude of 6,800 ft from the sea level. Sikkim Trekking Sikkim attracts most of the visitors for its glorious history, nature and culture of the state. Sikkim Sikkim Trekking, the laid back, scenic, but rapidly swelling hamlet is famous for the magnificent view of the snow-capped mountains of Khangchendzonga.
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