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India’s vast length and breadth makes it impossible to understand the many subtle nuances and differences in cultures.
Each city has its own rhythm and thrum – whether it’s the capital city of Delhi, the bustling historic Bhopal, Rajasthan’s wonders steeped in legends or Southern India’s low-key towns wedged in a time-warp. The cities of India reflect the breathless growth of the nation –you are likely to find both modern and vintage aspects, seamlessly blending with each other.
Jammu is best known as the city of temples, in the Himalayan state of Jammu and Kashmir. Some of the popular ones include, Raghunath Temple, Ranbireshwar Temple, Peer Kho Cave Temple, Bawey Wali Mata and Mahamaya Temple. It is most popular as the base of the Hindu pilgrimage of Vaishno Devi.
One of the most dramatic locations in India, Srinagar is known for its shimmering Dal lake, where shikaras (slim boats) ply from in-lake islands, ferrying people and vegetables and people. It is known for its lazy houseboats that make for a unique stay. It also serves as a base to reach other towns like Gulmarg and Sonmarg.
Propped at an elevation of 2700 m, Gulmarg is home to the highest golf course in the world. The gondola that ferries people up to 8126m is one of the key highlights of the place. Pony rides, zorbing, snowfall in summer and uninhibited views of the Himalayan Range are some of the main reasons why one should not miss this.