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  • Ganesh Utsav

    Ganesh Chaturthi has been publicly celebrated in Pune since the era of Shivaji, founder of the Maratha Empire (1630–1680)

  • Khari Baoli, Delhi

    Khari Baoli, situated near the historic Delhi Red Fort and Fatehpuri Masjid is Asia's biggest spice market in Asia

  • SS Great Britain, UK

    SS Great Britain was the largest ship in the world when it was launched in 1843.

  • Marble Rocks, Jabalpur, MP

    The Marble Rocks, along the Narmada river near Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh, are a spectacular site.

  • Jenolan Caves, Australia

    Jenolan Caves are one of the most outstanding cave systems in the world.

  • Komodo National Park, Indonesia

    Labuan Bajo in east Indonesia is the hub for trips for an encounter with the legendary giant reptiles – the Komodo dragons.

  • Mohandas Gandhi High School

    Mahatma Gandhi studied in this school from 1880 to 1887, and passed out from here at the age of 18.

  • Cathedral Cave, Philippines

    The spectacular rock formations look like spires of a cathedral.

  • Art in Paradise, Pattaya

    Art in Paradise, Pattaya is the largest 3D arts museum in the world.

  • Butterfly Beach, Goa

    Its name comes from the fact that you can spot millions of butterflies flying over the hilltop.

  • Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

    It is the largest art museum in the Netherlands and also the most visited museum

  • Magnetic Hill

    One of the mysterious locations near Leh that has always baffled travellers is the Magnetic Hill

  • Khari Baoli, Old Delhi

    Khari Baoli is Asia’s largest wholesale spice market located in Old Delhi

  • Pamukkale, Turkey

    Pamukkale, also known as 'cotton castle' is a tiny town in southwestern Turkey that boasts 17 of the most splendid water terraces in the world

  • Lake Hillier, Western Australia

    The lake lies next to the Pacific Ocean providing a beautiful contrast between the blue of the ocean and the mellow pink of the lake

  • Majuli, Assam

    Majuli is the world's biggest river island in the Brahmaputra River, Assam and one can visit the island by ferries from the city of Jorhat

  • Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Moscow

    Located on Red Square in Moscow, the Saint Basil’s Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage site sporting a series of colourful bulbous domes

  • Wat Rong Khun, Thailand

    The white exterior of the temple symbolises the purity of Buddha and the embedded mirror fragments reflect his wisdom

  • Chail Cricket Ground, Himachal Pradesh

    Located in the scenic hill station of Chail, Himachal Pradesh, the Chail Cricket Ground is the highest cricket ground in the world

  • Cape Town Ziplines, Africa

    Situated in Constantia Nek on the Silvermist Estate, the Cape Town Ziplines offers thrill seekers one of the longest zipline tours in Africa with a total tour length of...

  • Cheyenne Frontier Days in Cheyenne, Wyoming

    A summertime trip to the Western USA wouldn't be complete without attending the world's largest rodeo at Cheyenne Frontier Days

  • National Museum of Play, New York

    Situated in Rochester, New York, the Strong National Museum of Play is around 300,000 sq ft and is filled with hands-on exhibits to encourage youngsters to learn through play

  • Cancun Underwater Museum, Mexico

    The Museo Subacuático de Arte located off the coast of Isla Mujeres in Mexico's Riviera Maya, is the world's largest underwater museum

  • Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

    Hagia Sophia was intially a Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal basilica and later became an imperial mosque

  • Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

    Pathways with flowers, and garbage bins at every 50 feet, leave most visitors gobsmacked after looking at how a village populated by 500 people, in the country of India,...

  • Ayia Napa Monastery, Cyprus

    The medieval monastery of Ayia Napa stands in the middle of the village and was built in the form of a medieval castle around 1500 AD

  • Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur

    The museum was conceptualised by Sir Swinton Jacob, who designed it using styles from the Indo-Sarcenic architecture