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Top Places to visit in November

November marks the arrival of winters in India. Just the time when you hear the news of fresh snowfall in the north. Well its been long that you felt the winter chill, as summers in India often stay long. In November, when the hill stations of the north receive their first snowy spells, the south gets covered with a mystical covering of nature.

Duly noted that you would love to snuggle up in your warm cosy bed in this cool weather with your spouse. But here is the catch, why not try getting naughty with the virgin nature as you strip its raw beauty one by one, and your spouse will not feel jealous at all. To fulfill your nature’s fantasy, we offer to you some of the hottest tourist spots in the country, the beauty of which is simply enthralling and captivating.


Top Destinations to visit in November

Pushkar

The only place in India with a Bramha Temple, Pushkar is as much about spirituality as it is about the annual Pushkar Fair. The town of Pushkar settled on the brink of the Thar Desert is the perfect destination for a holiday in November. The blissful month not only introduces winters but also coincides with the wonderful Pushkar Fair. The Camel Fair of Pushkar witnesses 50,000 camels. They are dressed in colorful garbs and ornaments, participated in races and traded as well. The colorful fiesta is attended by visitors from around the world. Visit the holy Pushkar Lake for a dip after which pray at the only temple of Lord Brahma. Desert safari and camping are added excitements to indulge during your visit.

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Kohima

The start of November in the North East India opens up the doors for visitors. Kohima, the capital of Nagaland blessed with picturesque view and the rich tribal heritage is a well-known tourist site. Check out tourist attractions like Catholic Cathedral, the World War II Memorial Cemetery, State Museum, etc. Tourists can also take excursion to Khonoma village to learn about the tribal legacy of Nagas. The blissful weather of November makes your visit all the more fun. Savor the pleasures of food, music and adventure. You can also make expeditions in Nagaland or other parts of North East.

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Varanasi

Varanasi or Banaras holds great spiritual importance for the followers of Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism. The iconic evening arti and boating in Ganges is something that must be witnesses. Also popular are an array of silk weaver's village which are a major international draw. This indeed is said to be the favorite place of lord Shiva according to Rigveda, and is considered one of the seven holy cities in the country as per Hindus.  They also believe that dying in the land of Banaras brings Moksh (peace) to the soul, perhaps because the city lies on the banks of river Ganga which is considered goddess.

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Goa

Set yourself for Goa where you can let your soul wander freely and not care about the apocalypse or whatever happens to the world. Goa is about beach, parties, amazing night life and everything that makes the human existence feel enlightened.  Doesn’t matter if you love to splurge in casinos or walk barefoot on the beaches, you will have your share of fun. Goans streets are filled with young and enthusiastic tourists all year round.  Rent a car, scooty or bike and just go exploring with the people you love. 

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Manali

Lying on the way towards Ladakh, Manali in Himachal attracts several tourists all year round. Sparkling waterfalls, sanctified temples, iconic monasteries and adventure games are what make this place worth a visit. Paragliding, boating, river rafting, trekking and what not! Manali has got it all for you, even if you are on your honeymoon trip or perhaps simply looking for peace and nature at its purest form and pleasant weather far away from chaos.  Manali is a perfect escapade and a getaway from monotony. 

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Rajasthan

The concept of “India and its cultural diversity” would be vague if Rajasthan never existed. This state is royal, splendid and magnificent having sun kissed deserts, Rajput forts flaunting its grandeur with its fine intricacy, vibrantly colored ghagras spelling magic, ghumar  (folk dance performed by women) and when there is something left in the canvas the background music from Kamaicha, Moorchang and dholak will surely fill your heart  with bliss.

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Kovalam

Kovalam, a village in Karnataka is well known for its beaches not only by the Indians but also for foreign travelers.  The beaches are calm and one can enjoy surfing, riding motor boat or wooden boat here. There are three beaches in Kovalam which are spread in its 17 Km coast-line, the palace of Rani Lakshmi Bai perched atop a rocky region also happens to be a must visit. Kovalam is enjoying the title of a tourist destination since early seventies. 

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Bhuj

Situated in Gujrat, Bhuj now stands strong and has kicked the trauma caused by an earthquake which wrecked it few years back.  This historical city charms with magnificent forts dating back to the time of Rao Hamirji in 1510. The Gujrati folk and handicrafts are ever cherished and spill colors to the aura. Being the district headquarters of Kutch districts it attracts tourists looking for heritage sites. Visit Swami Nayan temple, Pragmahal palace, Aina Mahal, Hamirsar lake,  Bhujio hill and Chhatardi and get inspired.

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Orchha

Strewn with spectacular ruins dating back to the 16th century, Orchha was founded by Bundela Rajput’s successor Rudra Pratap. The royal and ancient palaces and temples have not lost their charms and are equally magnetic today as it perhaps was back then.  The place is rather relaxing and is untouched from unwanted chaos. While you explore Orchha, some mystical power might grab your collar-backs and place you into the unturned pages of history, in the era of sheer grandeur.

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Delhi

Delhi is one of the best places to visit in November in India. The whispers of winters have reached the capital city of India. The weather is perfect for exploring the architectural and cultural heritage of the city. There is no dearth of historical monuments to visit. From the Red Fort, Qutub Minar, Humayun Tomb, Rashtrapati Bhavan India Gate to recent Lotus Temple, Akshardham Temple, etc. go exploring. The variety of food in Delhi is enough to please the appetites of the die-hard foodies. Street shopping and the nightlife are equally appealing. Pack your bags and visit Delhi this November.

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Hampi

This village in Karnataka has left and continue to leave the travelers spell-bound. Located amid the ruins of Vijaynagara (listed in UNESCO world heritage site) Hampi was caused by a lot of volcanic activities which leaves the area look arid. But the Tungabhadra River is skirted by palm, mango and banana trees, totally contradicting the aridness. You can spend days praising the beauty of the place, but it would never be enough to totally grasp the serenity and haunts of the ruins. 

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Sasan Gir

Spread across the area of 1412 sq Km, out of which 259 sq km has been declared as a “national park”, Sasan Gir sanctuary in Gujrat houses numerous adorable as well as ferocious wild animals, birds and plants. Gir forest is known for being an adobe of Asiatic lions, Indian leopards, jungle cats, striped hyenas and others. This place is not merely a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, but also bird watchers (as it has about 300 species of birds) and off course, lovers of nature’s serenity. 

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Jaisalmer

With the advent of November, the golden city of Jaisalmer comes to life. The heat of the desert have cooled down and pleasant weather has arrived. November in Jaisalmer looks forward to desert safari, camping, camel ride and sand dune bashing. Indulge into mesmerizing view of sunset. Explore the magnificent sandstone structure, the Jaisalmer Fort which lends its golden hue overlooking the Thar Desert. Marvel at the palaces, temples and havelis. The Gadisar Lake add to the splendor. Jaisalmer is one of the best places to visit in November in India. Pack your bags and get ready for your holidays.

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Bodhgaya

November blesses the spiritual city of Bodhgaya with blissful weather. It is believed to be the most sacred of Buddhist pilgrimage centers all over the world. The town is known for the descendants of the very Mahabodhi Tree under which Lord Buddha had achieved enlightenment. The Mahabodhi temple is an UNESCO World Heritage. The oasis of holiness darws visitors from all over the globe. Visit Bodhgaya during November for the pleasant weather and experience of connecting with your spirituality. The month coincides with a migration of number of monks from Dharamshala. Visit the town and breathe in the pure ambiance.

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Bharatpur

Bharatpur in Rajasthan is known for the Keoladeo Ghana bird sanctuary. As winter approaches, the wilderness turns to be a hotspot of migratory birds in November. It is one of the best places to visit in this month. The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary has pretty much all tourist facilities for a thrilling visit. Birds from the countries like Siberia and Central Asia take shelter in Bharatpur in this season. Among the most notable species you can see Cranes, Pelicans, Geese, Wagtails, Pipits, Flycatchers, and countless more. Get a pair of binoculars and spend hours in the heart of nature.

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Mussoorie

As the calendar moves to November, the cold gusts of winters makes it way to the mountains. Nestled 2000 m above sea level, Mussoorie is a popular tourist destination in Uttarakhand. November is a good time to visit, the weather is perfectly blissful. Snow can be seen on the horizon. Go for walks on foggy roads enjoying the wonderful background. Go sightseeing to attractions such as Bhadraj Temple, Christ Church, The Mall, etc. Visit the Happy Valley populated by affable Tibetan refugees. Take a cable car ride on the ropeway. Cloud End and Lal Tibba are blessed with delightful views.

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Sunderbans

As the month of November approaches monsoon takes its leave and a moderate comfortable weather takes its hold in West Bengal. November is the best time to embark on a journey to Sunderbans, the richest ecosystems of the country. The dense forest of the mystically beautiful land shelters man-eating Tigers and many other wild species. It is claimed that around 400 tigers inhabit the lands. Explore the untouched mangrove forests over a boat ride and take pleasure of spotting the exotic species of birds, salt water crocodile, fishing cats and many more. Pack your bags for an unforgettable adventure.

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Amritsar

November is undoubtedly the best time to visit Amritsar. The Guru Nanak Jayanti is celebrated every year in the month of November on the full moon night. As, Amritsar is the home to the Golden Temple, the biggest pilgrimage for Sikhs, it is where the biggest celebration takes place. Any word used to describe the devotion and festivity at the Golden temple on the auspicious day falls short of words. Witness spiritual peace at the holy site. The weather in November is at its best therefore savor the wonderful historical sights, food and other delights of the city.

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Nainital

November marks the start of winters. This month brings the much awaited snowfall. The beautiful Nainital, the Lake city lures visitors in huge. The hill station of Uttrakhand commands breathtaking, panoramic views of Himalayan ranges as it enjoys altitude of about 2084m above sea level. The weather is blissful. Visitors can indulge in boating at the Naini Lake. The cable car ride on the ropeway presents an unrivalled view. Named after Goddess Naina after the legend of Sati, visit the holy temple for blessings. The perfect weather allows visitors to indulge in sightseeing, shopping, adventures and other excitements.

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Tiruchirappalli

With its rich history dating back to 3rd century BC, Tiruchirappalli had been ruled by Cholas, Pandayas, Delhi sultanate, Vijayanagar and Madurai Nayaks and is almost the centre of Tamil Nadu. There is perfect balance between the old-world charms and modern day bling, as it also happens to be Tamil Nadu’s centre of education having national institutions and factories.  There are some beautiful temples with artistic and intricate carving like Sri Ranganathaswamy temple; beautiful is just not enough of an adjective to justifiably define these temples.

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