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    JaipurThe capital city of Rajasthan State is popularly known as the Pink City of India because of the pink paint applied to the building in its old walled city. Its foundation and its careful planning to the great warrior astronomer Maharaja Jai Singh II (1699 to 1744). Jaipur is a shopping paradise; it's famous for Jewelry Handicrafts and Textiles.

    Sight Seeing in Jaipur:

    Hawa Mahal: Build in 1799 the Hawa Mahal or Palace of the winds is one of the Jaipurs major landmark, although it is actually little more than a façade. This five story building, which looks out over the main street of the old city.

    CITY Palace: In the heart of the city, the City palace occupies a large area divided into a series of courtyards, gardens and building. This palace has an extensive collection of art, carpets, enamelware and old weapons.

    Jantar Mantar
    : Adjacent to the entrance to the City Palace is the Jantar Mantar or Observatory, begun by Jai Singh in 1728.Jai Singh's passion for astronomy was even more notable than his prowess as a warrior and, Before commencing construction, he sent scholars abroad to study foreign observatories. The Jaipur observatory is the best and the largest preserved of the five he builds. And was restored in 1901. The others are in Delhi, Varanasi, and Ujjain.

    Amber Fort: The ancient capital of Jaipur state, construction of fort and palaces begun in 1592 by Raja Man Singh, The Rajput Commander of Akbars Army. The fort is a superb example of Rajput Architecture. You can climb up to the fort from the road in 10 minutes. Riding on elephant back is popular.

    RishikeshThe city that co-exists along with Haridwar, with the latter's spiritual quality. Rishikesh, is the starting point of the holy Char Dham pilgrimage. The city is not only thronged by Indians but also by foreigners wanting to know more about Hinduism.
    Lakshamn Jula, a suspended iron bridge is worth a visit. It connects either banks of the Ganges. Triveni Ghat is considered as auspicious among the pilgrims and you can find them every morning bathing in the Ghat.

    Haridwar (214 km from Delhi)
    HaridwarImagine several saffron clad tourists chanting and praying, imagine the pilgrim thronged Ghats and the Ganges, flowing from her source. That's Haridwar, the holy land of the Hindus.
    Haridwar is famous for its temples, bathing ghats and tanks. The Ganges, considered as the holiest river in India, is the star attraction of Haridwar. Pilgrims carry back the water from the Ganges, which they believe will remain fresh forever.
    The Har ki Paori, is one of the most sacred ghats in India and hundreds gather at this ghat.
    Haridwar is a must visit even for the not-so-religiously inclined. It is a place, whose every corner breathes with mysticism.

    Dehradun (255 kilometres from Delhi)
    DehradunFor an ideal summer getaway or to spend a relaxing weekend, Dehradun is the answer. Beautiful rolling hills of green, misty mornings and fresh air. Dehradun has it all. Nestled in the Shivaliks, the hill station is 640 metres above sea level. Once ruled by the Garhwal kings, it later became a British residential town.
    Dehradun is famous for its several public schools and institutions. The Tapkeshwar Temple is Dehradun's most famous temple. Dedicated to Shiva, the temple has a stream flowing directly over the lingam. The other star attractions are the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology and Robber's Cave.

    MussoorieThe famed 'Queen of the Hills', Mussoorie is one of the most famous hill stations of India. With over 350 hotels, Mussoorie has the largest number of hotels among the hill stations in India.
    Mussoorie had its birth when Captain Young laid its foundations in 1823. It was initially called 'The Mullingar', but it was later named after the widely grown in the hill station, dal called 'Masur'.
    Mussoorie has several places to visit such as the Gun Hill, Muncipal Lodge, Childers Lodge, Camel's Back Road and Cloud's End. Gun Hill has a very interesting story behind it. Before Independence, everyday, a gun mounted on this hill, used to fire at noon. And people on hearing it would adjust their watches! Childer's Lodge is the highest peak, about five kilometres from the city. Garden enthusiasts can visit the Municipal Garden.

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