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The Kerala “magic of backwater” is the major attraction amongst the tourists for its Plenty of clean water, refreshing greenery, amazing scenery around and a silence broken only by chirping of birds and waters moving below the boat.
One of the best ways of exploring the Northern part of India is by going for a camel safari, which will let you to appreciate these majestic ships of the desert. The camel safaris are mainly organized to take the tourists to even those places, which cannot be reached by other things like cars or buses
Hawa Mahal is called "palace of winds" because it has thousands of small window through which wind flow and keep the palace cool.  If you look from outside, from a distance, it looks like a beehive. It is not imagination but a real palace, which is in the pink city of Jaipur.
Khajuraho, situated in the heart of Central India state of Madhya Pradesh, is known all over the world for its beautiful temples and erotic sculpture. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. Khajuraho has the largest group of medieval Hindu temples, famous for their sculpture.
Pushkar brings number of devotees from all over the country to take a holy dip in the waters of the lake so that they wash away their sins. Pushkar fair of Rajasthan is famous for its camel “The ship of Desert”. Attracting tourists to the fair are devotees, musicians, acrobats, folk dancers, traders, comedians, sadhus, etc dressed in bright colors.
The history of the Taj Mahal in Agra India is one of the great love stories of the world, and regarded as one of the wonders of the world. According to the history, The Mughal emperor Shah Jahan erected this mausoleum in the memory of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal. She wishes to her husband that after “my death you will build a tomb in my memory such as the world had never seen before”.