Kila Raipur, Punjab
This place is famous for the annual Kila Raipur Sports Festival, known as the Rural Olympics. The events played often demonstrate the physical strength and valor of the Punjabi men and women.
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Chopta is known as the mini Switzerland of Uttarakhand. is at the epicentre of the Panch Kedar, the five most sacred Shiva temples in the state.
Gurez Valley, Kashmir
The Gurez valley is famous for Himalayan brown bear and the snow leopard. They also have mesmerising flora and fauna.
Sandakphu is known for its view of four of the world's five highest peaks - Everest, Kanchenjunga makalu & Lhotse that forms a continuous snow clad arc.
Mawlynnong, Meghalaya is known for its cleanliness and also was chosen by Discover India magazine as Asia's cleanest village.
Chembra Lake, Western Ghats
The most famous attraction of the Chembra Lake, Western Ghats is the heart shaped lake on the way to the top of the peak, which is believed to have never dried up.
Hemis is well known for the Hemis monastery that was established in 1672 AD by king Sengge Namgyal. The village hosts a colorful festival held in July.
Moodbidri is famous for Hulivesha performed on Ganesha Chathurthi just as Mangalore is famous for Dashera Hulivesha and Udupi for Janmashtami Hulivesha.
The most famous tourist attraction in Manipat is the Dhakpo Monastery, one of the only Buddhist monasteries in Chhattisgarh. The place also has beautiful waterfalls, caves and much more.
Kanatal, Uttarakhand is famous for its hilltop experiences. As it is located at an altitude of 8500 feet.