Gateway of India, Mumbai (Bombay)
In addition to the city being the commercial capital of
Tourist Interest Places: Mumbai is the financial capital of
Here are five big cities of
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Places of Interest for Tourists: The city of is a like a written script of the memorable history of
Kolkata was the centre for culture and politics, education, industry, and science in
Standing on the bank of River Hooghly, Kolkata (
Places of Tourist Interest : The city of Kolkata is a place where every visitor would find pleasure as a tourist. On its landscape it holds number of places to visit: the gardens full of greenery, temples of Hindu religions, mosques of Muslim religions, and places for worshipping of all major religions of the world. While visiting the city, you would find each and every edifice memorable. Here are some of the places which the tourists would not miss to visit.
Dakshineswar Temple of Goddess Kali : Being one of the most famous temples in India, the visitors and devotees of Goddess Kali would come to visit this place. It is a big complex built on bank of river Hooghly.
Queen Victoria Museum: The city of Kolkata is well-decorated by the buildings of gothic style. Several buildings are designated as "Heritage Structures" and they are preserved by the government itself. One of the best examples is the building of Victoria Memorial Museum. This museum depicts the history of the city.
Howrah Bridge : This bridge links the cities of Howrah and Calcutta. It is erected on the river Hooghly. Though this bridge is built in 1937, it is still the major bridge for the people of city. There is motorway and rail road on this bridge. If we sail in a boat under this bridge, it would be one of the most memorable experiences of our life.
St. Paul Cathedral : This cathedral was built when India was under the rule of British People. The period of this rule is popularly known as British Raj. The cathedral of Saint Paul built in this city is one of the finest specimens of Gothic style of buildings. (Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons )
Formerly know as Madras, Chennai is one of the major cities in South India. Here the visitors would find pleasure and peace at every corner of the city. On its clean roads and peaceful streets, this city holds number of places which would be memorable for a tourist.
How to Reach at Chennai (Madras) : Most of the international airlines have direct flights to Chennai on their flight schedules. You can have your ticket booked in any of these airlines: Air India, British Airways, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, Air Lanka and Malaysia Airlines. The city is connected with major cities of India via domestic flights.
The city of Chennai is connected with all major cities in India by Indian Railways. India has one of the longest motorways in the world. This city is prominently set on these motorways. In addition to the city being the commercially major city in the South India, here in Chennai you would find the enjoyable mix. Here you would find the scenes where traditional living meets modern lifestyles.
Places of Tourist Interest : In the city of Madras the tourist would love to see the buildings of Gothic Style of architecture. The main buildings are the St. George Fort and Egmore Railway Station. Egmore is the railway station where you can drive your car almost near to the side of a train. The Marina beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in India. (Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons)
Bangalore: Known as the Information and Technology Capital of India, Bangalore is one of the major cities situated in the southern part of the county. Here the visitors would find pleasure and peace. On its landscapes it holds places of interest for the tourists: green gardens, ancient monuments, and old churches. While visiting the city you would find each and every edifice entertaining you. India is the land where atomic energy is generated and industrial development has brought the country within top five most fast developing nations of the world. The developing metro cities like Bangalore are the backbone of India's progress. (Image of Gateway of India courtesy By Rhaessner (Own work) [http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/fdl.html">GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia Commons)