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Often called the Queen of Himalayas, Darjeeling affords unparalleled views of these majestic mountains. The snow-clad Kanchenjunga. ranges, which turn orange-gold in the early morning sun, provide an unforgettable sight. A highlight of a visit to Darjeeling is a trip to tiger Hill before the break of dawn, to see the sun rise over Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak in the world.
Gangtok is the capital of Sikkim, a garden state lying at the foot of Kanchenjunga mountains. Rich in thick green forests, Sikkim abounds in birds and butterflies, varieties of orchids, rhododendrons and wild flowers and magnificent views of the Himalayas.
The most natural and beautiful place of india is undoubtedly Kashmir. The valley situated under the gorgeous Himalaya range. The beautiful green lush meadows, fresh chiled air, cool calm and serene atmosphere, magnificent lakes and the most beautiful gardens add the beauty of Kashmir valley.
The Kulu valley with its pastoral ambience, fruit orchards, temple and mountain scenery, is one of the beautiful valleys in the Himalayas. This accessible mountain resort is sandwiched between the inner ranges of the Himalayas and the River Beas.
Beyond the valley of Kashmir, on top of insurmountable mountains, lies Ladakh, the Shan-gri-la of the adventurous travellers. It is a land of barren rocks, a wasteland, with gompas or monasteries carved into the hillside. Magnificent statues of the Buddha, art treasures and tankhas (painted scrolls) are there in plenty for the lover of art to see and enjoy.
All over India the British located idyllic spots for hill resorts so as to get away from the heat of the plains in summer. In the south, in the Nilgiris or Blue Mountains (which get their name from the blue haze which envelops them), they selected three spots, Ooty, Coonoor and Kotagiri.
Land of pines and firs, a third of the state of Meghalaya is forest land. The people belong to the Khasi, Jaintia and Garo hill-tribes, each as attractive as the other. A cheerful, music-loving people, there faces and zest for life add to the charm of the region.
Shimla, now the capital of the state of Himachal Pradesh, came into prominence nearly a century ago as the summer capital of the British Raj. Many of the buildings of Kipling's days exits even now. Shimla is, today, a beautiful mountain resort. In summer there is the attraction of excellent walks and treks with the scenic beauty of flowers, wooded ravines and evergreen trees. Golf and fishing are popular sports.
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