Exploring India
Eclectic Northeast|August 2020
Exploring India
We list seven cities in India that you should definitely visit once the pandemic is under control

The pandemic has put a halt on all our travel plans but that doesn’t mean that we cannot put together a bucket list while we wait for things to get better. If you have always wanted to more explore of India, then you should definitely add these Indian cities to your list –

Madurai

Madurai is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. It gets tourists from all across the world. If you are a fan of old-style architecture then you will fall in love with this city in Tamil Nadu. You can take your time exploring the different temples, out of which Meenakshi Amman Temple is the most popular. When you are visiting, also make sure to try out the local cuisine. If you really want to experience everything that the city has to offer then visit during festival time.

Jaisalmer

Pretty streets and sandstone structures, this city that rises out of the Thar Desert is a treat for the senses. There is so much to do and see. The most prominent landmark that should find a place in your itinerary is the Jaisalmer Fort, also called Sonar Qila. You should also make time to visit the ancient havelis that will give you an idea of how the original residents resided. However, if you are more interested in geology then make your way to the Wood Fossil Park or Aakal, which is located about 15 kilometres away from the city.

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August 2020