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Nako: An unexplored gem.

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PC:Roadsneverends N ako, a small mystical village hide in the lush green environment of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on the Indo-Tibetan border,3,625m above sea level in the Himalayan range of the Kinnaur district. It is the last spot for the tourist heading for Kaza. Nako is considered to be the very coolest palace because of the strong wind, I recommend you to wear warm cloth and keep hydrated as most people got easily sick due to high altitude. As Nako lies close to the Tibetan border, visitors need to have an inner line permit. This  village is known as the "land of fairy Tales" as surrounded by greenery and rare species. HOW TO REACH NAKO? Nako is easily accessible by road. I travelled from Chandigarh to Rampur Bhushar and make a stop there and on next day I managed to reached nako. The distance between Chandigarh to nako is 410km. I will suggest you take a stop in between because nako is at a high altitude and our body needs to accumulate according to the environme

Travel guide: Kullu & Manali.

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 KULLU & MANALI.  W hen did you last with to get away from the Daily monotonous?  If your desire is for a cool and cozy tourist destination. Kullu & Manali trip is beat suggestion for you. This Manali travel blog has all the answer you seek.

The Sultan Ahmed Mosque: Travel Details.

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 THE SULTAN AHMED MOSQUE. 

TRAVEL TO RUSSIA.

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       RUSSIA "Russia is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. –  Winston Churchill" T his blog is dedicated to my dearest friend Mohan Bisla . In this blog I will tell you about the most amazing and marvellous places of Russia. Earlier I was not sure to write about Russia but all credit goes to one and only Mohan who insist me to write something about this beautiful, amazing and breath-taking country.   So let’s start...…    

Adobe of clouds- Meghalaya.

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  M eghalaya, meaning Abode of clouds, is easily the most accessible of the seven sister states in north east India. An unexplored gem Meghalaya is definitely an interesting place to visit. Meghalaya offers you an experience of the unspoilt natural beauty. Meghalaya will astonish you in number of inconceivable ways. From its absolute natural beauty in the form of countless waterfalls, calm lake, rivers to humble people and special their matrilineal culture.  So, here roads never ends present you the best guide that might help to plan your trip to the Meghalaya.   How to reach Meghalaya?   By Train If you are planning to travel to Meghalaya by train, the nearest railway station from Meghalaya is located in Guwahati (Assam). It lies at a distance of 180 km. Guwahati Junction is connected to New Delhi, Amritsar, Jammu and Kashmir and Bangalore. To reach Meghalaya from Guwahati you can opt for buses or can hire a cab. By Air Major airport from Meghalaya is located in Guwahati (Assam) at a

A CHOMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO KEDARNATH

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  T he Kedarnath Temple,  This old and glorious temple is in the Rudra Himalayan range on the banks of the River Mandakini. Snow Cladded Mountain peaks, ancient temple walls, divine jyotiriling that is said to be doors toward salvation. The ethereal aura of this place attracts millions of people every year.

QUICK AND HANDY TRAVEL GUIDE TO KULLU & MANALI.

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M anali, amidst the hilly slopes, is a paradise for mountain lovers with spell-binding views, charming streams, the fairy-tale-like fog surrounding little hidden cottages, and a lingering scent of pines and freshness. Oh, and you can ride a yak or ride your bike up the famous Rohtang pass to Leh, the valley of the gods.