India's most beautiful places, visit at least once in a lifetime

There are many beautiful places in India where you don't feel like coming back from there after going there. Many people from all over the world come to Visit India as There are many beautiful and charming places in India where the greenery and charming scenery is amazing. Well, if you are fond of walking, today we are going to tell you about the most beautiful and best places in India.

Yumthang Valley, Sikkim - Sikkim is a beautiful place, but you won't feel like seeing anything else after seeing the fascinating views of Yumthang Valley here. This place is also known as 'Valley of Flowers'. Yumthang Valley is located at an altitude of about 3,564 metres above sea level.

Tea Garden Hill of Munnar, Kerala- Kerala is known not only for beautiful beaches but also for Munnar. Let us tell you that Munnar is a very beautiful place. There is a Tea Garden and this place is located at an altitude of about 7000 feet from the beach.

Stock Range, Ladakh - Ladakh is the best if you want to spend time in the midst of beautiful mountains. There are brown and snow-covered mountains all around. You can also do many adventures here, such as 'hiking, climbing and camping'.

Nohaklikai Falls, Meghalaya - The story of the Nohkalikai Falls waterfall is as interesting as it looks. It is said that once a local Khasi girl had splashed herself from the rock and wrote the girl's name. So the name of The Nohkalikai Falls came after her.

Nanda Devi, Uttarakhand - Nanda Devi located in Uttarakhand is the most beautiful. Nanda Devi is the second highest highted hill in India. The upper part of its hills is covered with a white sheet of snow.

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