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Rekhabisht12 Rekhabisht12 9 October 2020
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15 Best Places to visit in North India

North India with its abundance of natural beauty and incredible cultural heritage has some of the best places to travel in India. With remnants of erstwhile kingdoms, spiritual towns, scenic mountains, lush valleys, and desert cities; North India beckons you to explore it. Vast and diverse like the country, the region is marked with contrasts and yet unified in spirit. With its vibrant culture, fascinating traditions, historical structures, wildlife, adventure sports, and lip-smacking cuisine, North India is hard to resist. The best places to visit in North India are the capital city-Delhi, the snow-capped mountains of Himachal, and sacred places in Uttarakhand, blissful Punjab, or royal Rajasthan.

Here is our compiled list of the tourist pla…

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Minato826 Minato826 18 May 2017
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Promoting Wiki


Link : India Wiki

Hello Wikians / Fandom users

Here i am promoting India Wiki, It has been recently adopted by User:Clash.Bikash who you might have seen him contributing Unordinary Wikia and Tower of God Wiki.

About wiki

Wiki as the name says its about India, Country , Wiki is set be a directory of things that are interesting about India namely Interesting places, things happening in India, India has a weather pattern which is helpful for travelling any time in a year, you'll see more people helpful and always reliable when you travelling out their at any parts even in places where English is spoken remotely, here are two magnificent places i'll give a quick tour.

Tajmahal — Is one of the World Heritage Sites in India. 1st image on the top collage…

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Budhai Budhai 16 June 2014
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Buddhism and Hinduism Wiki

Budaipedia

Hinduism and Buddhism share some of the following similarities.

Hinduism and Buddhism share some of the similarities, such as Both Hinduism and Buddhism emphasize the illusory nature of the world and the role of karma in keeping men bound to this world and the cycle of births and deaths, desire is the root cause of suffering and removal of desire results in the cessation of suffering. Some of the Hindu texts such as the Upanishads (Isa) and the Bhagavadgita consider doing actions prompted by desire an attachment would lead to bondage and suffering and that performing actions without desiring the fruit of action would result in liberation, both religions believe in the concept of karma, transmigration of souls and the cycle of birt…

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Bobbyonline Bobbyonline 3 March 2012
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About the population

Hi, everyone.I am from India and this blog is about population & illiteracy in India.I felt this is the best place to represent this problem of our economy.



We are second most populous country in the world, with over 1.21 billion people (2011 census), more than a sixth of the world's population. Already containing 17.5% of the world's population, India is projected to be the world's populous contry in ther world by 2025, surpassing China, its population reaching 1.6 billion by 2050.Its population growth rate is 1.41%, ranking 102nd in the world in 2010.

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KartMaddy KartMaddy 11 October 2011
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A Place called Chennai

Madras Musings by Kart


Madras as it was called in the past, A 375 years old city now know as Chennai to the world. Once was a fishing village and gateway to enchanting Tamilnadu, Now a bustling metro with a population close to 8 million people. Now rated as a second densely populated metro in India. Home to the second largest beach in the world (Known as marina beach) and an artificial harbor located right next to the beach.


Even though being a metro Chennai is not known as a paradise for shoppers, But a paradise for foodies, Hosts many cuisines from the state as well as cuisines from around the world, you name a cuisine and Chennai probably has it. Another surprising fact about Chennai, Its boasts a large number of Chinese restaurants than …


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Rakhdoo Rakhdoo 2 July 2009
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Tourism and Leisure

Balanced Growth: The Role of Leisure

Leisure tourism is treated as a special subject in tourism studies. As the industry grapples with the challenges of economic downturn and global competition, the area of LEISURE STUDIES present itself as the prospective alternative. Understanding 'leisure' adds to the scope of tourism as an activity and opens up the possibility of widening its effect for the most desirable objective of 'balanced growth'.

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