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Need: A List of Must See Places in India

My partner and I are looking for advice on where to go in India. It's such a huge country with many places to visit. We will only have like 10 to 14 days at most. I'm also keen in meeting up for a coffee or tea-- my treat.


Hi Cynthia!

Seems like you're looking to make more of a personal connection with this request, but I thought it a great place to mention Wikitravel. Do you know it?

Here's the link to the India entry.

I hope this is helpful for you!!

Maria Jett, Online Community Director

Coach Of The Airwaves's picture

If time, hit KERALA

Though most people stay north, one of the most beautiful and friendliest places on the subcontinent is the southern state of Kerala. If you can get sleeper tickets on the Konkan railway, that's a nice way to go.....can also fly down. Gorgeous place.

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Cynthia Casas's picture

Thank you!

I will read up on Kerala in my India book this weekend! Thanks for the tip!!


Bhawani's picture

NEED: A List of Must See Places in India

Hello dear Cynthia,

There are so many places worth seeing in India. I would like to suggest a few of them i.e. Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Pushkar, Udaipur (in Rajasthan- my state), Varanasi and Gaya (famous Buddhist pilgrimage), Rajgir and Nalanda (famous places in Bihar), Shimla, Nainital and Dharamshala (base for Tibbetan leader Dalai Lama) etc.

You are welcome to Amber (our place) and Jaipur, if you plan to come to Rajasthan. Just call me on 091-141-2531242 and 2530719.

With love and regards,


Bhawani Shanker Kusum

Secretary & Executive Director
Gram Bharati Samiti (GBS)
NGO Delegate for Asia Pacific, UNAIDS PCB
Amber Bhawan, Amber 302 028 India
Tel.: 91-141-2531242 Fax: 2530719

Here are 11 Safety Tips for women traveling alone in India or for that matter anywhere in the world (on the Gender Bytes blog today).



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