Trivandrum, or Thiruananthapuram, is the jewel in the emerald necklace of the Indian subcontinent, the state of Kerala. The capital of the southern Indian state, this city stands out for its British colonial architecture and many art galleries, as well as the presence of Kuthira Malika Palace (or Puthen Malika), adorned with horse sculptures, which houses collections of the Travancore royal family.
Mumbai is the capital of the state of Maharashtra and the economic engine of India. You can find Russian Escorts in Mumbai. Always on the move, India’s richest and most industrialized city, Mumbai is an island connected to the mainland by bridges. The lowlands prove that the city was once divided into multiple islands. Mumbai does not have as many historical sights as other locations in India, but it makes up for it with a variety of other unique and charming sights. Dhobi Ghat, a huge open-air laundry, Gateway of India, built in 1920 to commemorate the visit of Queen Mary and King George V and Bollywood shows will capture your attention. The city is also famous for its Dabbawala, those people who transport about 200km a day. 175,000 boxes of lunch from suburban homes to downtown jobs – a delivery system considered a perfect example of efficiency, with delivery errors almost non-existent. Near the city are the Elephanta Caves, you can have some good time and after that you can hire Mumbai Female Escorts for some relax.
The smallest state in India, Goa is famous for its exotic beaches, with wonderful sunsets, golden sand and palm trees swaying in the breeze, but also for the colonial architecture of its cities, a testament to Portuguese influence. Goa is a perfect place for a relaxing holiday with your loved one, or to spend time with friends. The tasty food based on seafood, wind-surfing, water skiing and parasailing make Goa a place where fun is at home. Besides the beaches – the most popular being Calangute – Goa offers other points of interest for lovers of culture and history: Alorna Fort, Goa Museum, Chapora Fort, but also Arvalam waterfalls.
Located in the state of Kerala at the confluence of the Madhurapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundaly rivers, hence its name (munnar meaning Three rivers), the land runs between 1450 m and 2685 m on green slopes and valleys alternating tea plantations and lush forests. Once chosen as the summer residence of Indian rulers, Munnar still retains the specific air of British colonial plantations. Munnar is also famous for the Neelakurinchi orchid species that blooms once every 12 years, coloring the valleys and hills purple.
The most important city of the Hindu religion and one of the oldest in the world, Varanasi is dedicated to those who truly appreciate Indian history and culture. Many names have been given to the city, although the official name it bears today is mentioned in the Mahabharata and Jataka stories about Buddhism. Its temples, the steps leading to the Ganges, the thousands of praying believers are a sight you can only find here. Walking on the Ganges, early in the morning, is a unique experience, being able to see everything that life in Varanasi means, from washing clothes to burning the dead.