13. Temples of Bhubaneswar City

Bhubaneshwar, Odisha’s capital and one of the state’s top tourist places, is renowned for being a city of temples. It was the ancient capital of Kalinga, and Dhauli near Bhubaneswar is the place where the famous battle was fought between Emperor Ashoka and the Kalinga army, after which Ashoka followed Buddhism. Most of the temples in Odisha, and Bhubaneshwar, are of an architectural design that’s a sub-style of the Nagara style of north Indian temples. The towering, heavily sculptured spires of the temples of Bhubaneshwar are quite astounding. It’s mind boggling imagining the work that went into creating them and their exquisitely carved bases.

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14. Tea Garden Hill of Munnar – Kerala

Munnar is one unique place to visit in this world. The popular Hill station in South India is one of the tea hubs in this world. There are some beautiful resorts situated in Munnar and Siena Village. Located in one on of the hills overlooking the valley and surrounded by huge mountains, this becomes an ideal place to just sit back and marvel at nature’s beauty. In the monsoon, the weather is so cold and windy that you could easily be blown away by the winds. However, if one wants to trek and enjoy watching animals in the wild, then the Eravikulam National Park, 15 km from Munnar is worth a trip.

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