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India, Karnataka: Mangalore – A City Named After A Goddess
Published: 22.3.2022
A city that is located in the Indian state of Karnataka is named after the Hindu goddess Mangaladevi. Mangalore is also a very significant Indian port on the shores of the Arabian Sea. The city is lined with the River Netravati on north and Gurupura on south that flow to the Arabian Sea.

India, Ahmedabad – Manchester of the East
Published: 15.3.2022
In the northwest part of Indie, a state of two Czech Republics and six times its population is set – its Gujarat. In this state, about six thousand years ago the Indus Valley Civilization along the Indus was born.

India, Kochi - The Capital of Spices
Published: 8.3.2022
Kochi is the most important port in southwest India. For many centuries, it had been the center to spice trade. The city was known to Romans, Greeks, Jews, Syrians, Arabs, and Chinese.

India, Vidyanagar – Lost Fame
Published: 1.3.2022
India is so interesting to us that we had to simply stay there for a while more. We will visit the state of Karnataka today which is to be found in southwest Inda.

India: Karnataka, Gokarna – A Sleepy Temple Town
Published: 22.2.2022
Do you need to rest and recover from India's intense chaos? Embark on a quiet paradise. Gokarna is a Hindu pilgrimage town in Karnataka with a newly discovered center for lovers of beaches and hippies.

India, Ágra – The Symbol of the Country
Published: 15.2.2022
The Indian city of Agra may not tell you much, but each of you must have heard at least once about the marble mausoleum of the Taj Mahal, a monument to eternal love.

India, Hyderabad – Pearls and Diamonds
Published: 8.2.2022
The Indian sub-continent offers many places to explore. This is one of the reasons why we stay there even this time. We take a look at another of its cities.

India: Mysterious Caves of Barabar
Published: 1.2.2022
Mysterious mythical caves, called by the hills in which they are excavated - Barabar, can be found in India, in the state of Bihar, in the Jehanabad region. These are the oldest caves excavated by a humans. Their origin dates back to the reign of Emperor Ashok around 260 BC. They confuse heads for researchers and tourists.

India, Váránasí – Holy Town That Never Sleeps
Published: 23.6.2021
A visit to the city on the banks of the sacred river Ganges is not just for everyone. If you want to know the real India, the ritualistic ceremonies and the cycle of life in Indian society, then Varanasi is for you. This mystical city is the most popular place of pilgrimage for Hindus and is also one of the longest inhabited cities in the world. Also known as the city of Lord Shiva, the god of creation and destroyer of the Universe. Faith says that anyone who dies in Varanasi will be freed from the cycle of reincarnation.

India, Jaipur – Pink City
Published: 16.6.2021
We have all heard of the rose city of Jaipur, India, at least once in our lives. Jaipur is the capital and largest city of Rajasthan. It attracts visitors mainly with its preserved palaces, temples, fortresses and monuments. It is not for nothing that it is called the Pink City.

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