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How well do you know India’s destinations? Find out!

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CAN YOU GUESS WHICH PLACE IS THIS?
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A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this region is known as the Queen of Hills and boasts of one of the only two toy trains in the country. If you’re fond of tea, then it’s very likely that what you’re sipping, comes from this region.

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This artificial freshwater lake was created in the 14th century was one of the several contiguous lakes created in this Rajasthani city, but it’s definitely the most famous. There are four islands within the lake, around which this famous tourist city was built.
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This mausoleum in Gujarat is one of the state’s lesser-known gems. Built in the late 19th century, the architecture is a brilliant example of Euro-Indo-Islamic architecture, with French and Gothic influences.
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A cold desert at an altitude of about 10,000 ft above sea level, this region is known as Paradise on Earth. It’s very common to see double-humped camels here, and camel safaris are a huge tourist draw every year.
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Amid stunning vistas, this Buddhist structure was built in 1991 as part of the Peace Pagoda mission, and enshrined by the 14th Dalai Lama. It holds relics of the Buddha at its base and is a popular tourist point not only because of its religious significance but also the breathtaking panoramic view that its location offers.
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One of the lesser-known tourist destinations, this river plays host to the annual boat race during March-April. This lake is close to the Dawki border between India and Bangladesh and shares a boundary with the Jantia and Khasi hills.

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