We Can Go In These Places With The Help Of Currency Bazaar….

1.Dudhsagar Waterfall

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The wonderful Dudhsagar Waterfall is balanced in the high peaks of the Western Ghats and is a sight to see especially in the monsoons when it is in full and energetic flow. From a distance, the waterfall seems like streams of milk whoosh down the mountainside. The enthusiastic and spectacular waterfall is located in the Sanguem  Taluka. Measuring a mighty 600m from head to foot, this waterfall on the Goa-Karnataka border, attracts a steady stream of visitors from the coast into the rocky Western Ghats. After pouring across the Deccan plateau, the headwaters of the Mondovi River form a effervescing torrent that splits into three streams to cascade down a near-vertical cliff face into a deep green pool. The Konkani name for the falls, which literally converted means “sea of milk”, derives from clouds of milky foam which rises up at the bottom of the falls. Dudhsagar is set amidst wonderful scenery overlooking a steep, crescent-shaped head of a valley carpeted with pristine tropical forest, that is only accessible on foot or by train .

2.Jantar Mantar, Jaipur, Rajasthan

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If you wish to spectator one of the largest observatories in the world, head to Jaipur. Jantar Mantar, incorporation of religion, science and art, is a name of the five huge buildings situated in Jaipur, New Delhi, Ujjain, Varanasi and Mathura.

This superb structure was built in 1720; it was a time when Jaipur was the seat of Maharaja Jai Singh II. Jaipur’s observatory is the biggest of all the five observatories and one can also find a huge sundial here. The Jantar Mantar houses various architectural and astrological instruments that have captured the interests of astronomers, historians and architects round the globe.

3.Taj Mahal, Agra


Superbly said by many – ‘Elegy in Marble’, Taj Mahal or the Crown Palace is the grave of Shah Jahan’s adored Queen, Mumtaz Mahal. The beauty of this Palace surpasses all other material beauties, which is sharp with the Jamuna River, which flows near it.

To meet the hope of the Emperor, 22 years (completed around 1953) and around 20000 workers travailed to construct this magnificent edifice in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, standing on an raised platform, which forms unsatisfactory octagon. Taj Mahal intricate detailing engraved on the walls lets India’s travel and tourism shine worldwide.

4.Jama Masjid, Delhi

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A patio with a capacity of 25000 followers, Jama Masjid located in Old Delhi is the largest in India. It was built between 1644 and 1658 and is Shah Jahan’s last architectural opus. This profligate mosque owns three great gates, four towers and two 40 m-high turrets.

With complicated models and verses of the holy Koran imprinted, the walls add to improve the beauty of Jama Masjid. The cabinet in the north gate has a collection of Muhammad’s souvenirs – the Koran written on deerskin, a red beard-hair of the prophet, his sandals and his footprints, which are embedded in a marble block.

5.Group of Monuments at Hampi, Karnatakahampi karnatka

satiate your wish of traveling ancient relics by exploring the pompous group of monuments at Hampi, Karnataka. There are several Dravidian temples and palaces were constructed during the 14th and 16th centuries and are of big vitality for both historians as well as architects. This spot was declared as World Heritage Site in the year 1986.

Heritage holidays at Hampi are heavenly because tourists get to witness larger than life size bronzes of god, located every quarter of a mile. Other wonderful spots of the place are Virupaksha Temple, Hazara Rama Temple, Vithala Temple, Queen’s Bath, Singaradu Hebbagilu, Ugra Narasimha, Lotus Mahal, and the ruins of Achuta Raya Temple.