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Patiala: A Princely Paradise

Patiala: A Princely Paradise

Patiala, an erstwhile princely state, capital of PEPSU and a district headquarters of Punjab are situated in the Malwa region of Punjab. Malwa has the largest number of districts in the reorganised Punjab, and the antiquity of some of the cities goes back to the ancient and early medieval period. …

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Historical Significance of Jaipur

Historical Significance of Jaipur

History of Jaipur Jaipur is one of the most culturally rich heritage cities in India. Founded in the year 1727, the city is named after Maharaja Jai Singh II who was the main founder of this city. He was a Kachhwaha Rajput and ruled the area between 1699 and 1744. …

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Dimapur: Land of an Ancient Tribe

Dimapur: Land of an Ancient Tribe

A typical North-Eastern city in the state of Nagaland, Dimapur has always had a thriving tribal culture. It began with the Kachari tribes, who made Dimapur their capital back in the 13th century, and continues now with the Naga tribes who make up the majority of the city’s population. The …

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Kohima: Mosaic of Multi-Ethnicity

Kohima: Mosaic of Multi-Ethnicity

Kohima, town, capital of Nagaland state, northeastern India. The town lies in the Naga Hills, 30 miles (48 km) southeast of the railroad at Dimapur. Brief History Kohima, situated in the south at an altitude of 1444m above sea level, occupies pride of place as the capital city of Nagaland. …

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Aizawl: The Field of wild cardamom

Aizawl: The Field of Wild Cardamom

Aizawl, city, capital of Mizoram state, northeastern India, with its surrounding area and the rest of the state have been developed to meet the influx of domestic and foreign tourists. The largest city in the states, but still very remote. Aizawl is located at 3715 feet from sea level and …

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Assam: The Land of Blue Hills

Assam: The Land of Blue Hills

Assam, popularly known as the land of the red river and blue hills is the gateway to North-East India. It is also known as the tea state of the country. Assam is one of the seven sisters of the northeast. Assam is divided into two parts: the upper Assam and …

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