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Lumbini is famous as the place sanctified by the birth of Buddha. One can clearly imagine the importance that this place holds in the minds and hearts of the ardent followers of Buddhism. A visit to this place engulfs you in a warm sense of tranquility and peace. The place holds such prominence that in the year 1997 it was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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The fantastic views of Nepal is formed by the most scenic mountains, valleys and of course the lakes of Nepal. Nepal’s lakes are popular among the locals as well as the tourists not just for the serenity and the natural beauty but also due to the reverence that the locals have for them. There are several lakes that dot the country of Nepal. However, there are a few, which are very popular among the visitors for their placid nature and among the local people for the spiritual relevance that they hold. The following ones are the most popular among the many.
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Maharashtra is the richest state in India which is also rich in wide varieties of tourist destinations. This region once being the kingdom of Marathas is now a symbol of Marathi culture and a major tourist destination in India. Bestowed with the beauty of Sahyadri, the serene shores of the Konkan coast, fertile lands of the Deccan plateau, strings of major rivers and the most modern cities, this state is a complete package as a tourist destination in India. Hill stations in the Sahyadris and beaches are the main attractions in this state. Nestling in the pristine hills of the Western Ghats, there are a few waterfalls which enhance the charm of the state to attract foreign as well as domestic tourists.
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Maharashtra is a vast and extensive state located in West India. Natural and cultural diversity of the state makes Maharashtra a great tourist destination. This state occupies a 720km coastline that extends from Dahanu and Bordi in the north up to Goa in the south. Besides the art and craft, the caves, the forts, the wild life sanctuaries, the hill stations, and the Bollywood, Maharashtra is the home to some of the beautiful and exotic beaches in India. Beach tourism of the state also offers a variety of choices to all kind of tourists like the water sports, sunbathing, watching the captivating beauty of sunset etc.
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