India is a country full of surprises. From the biggest of cities to the smallest of villages, every place has a story unique to it. The country has something for every type of traveler, temples for the spiritual and those interested in architecture and history, beautiful paths and trails for the health enthusiasts, rivers lakes and forests for the environmentalists, and winding lanes in small towns & villages for the explorers. So, here are our top picks for places discovered by our team members as they go about exploring their catchments.


The home of India’ biggest milk and milk products manufacturer- Amul at Anand (Gujrat) is known for being a welcoming and friendly place for all its visitors....

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Bhandardara, a hill station, has all the nature's blessings a place can get. The lush greenery, the waterfalls and surrounded by high mountains makes for the perfect holiday destination for people ....

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Idar is a town in Sabarkantha district, Gujarat. It is known for the manufacturing of handmade wooden toys, tiles, temples and various beautiful architectural monuments along with its historical background.

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Pimpalgaon Baswant is 40kms from Nashik and all the heritage sites which are in and around Nashik can be accessed from Pimpalgaon too! Pimpalgaon is famous for its quality grapes and the vineyards. Some famous vineyards which are around are Sula, Salo, Shivam, Soma, etc.

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When one visitsBecharaji, the realization of how little we know aboutthe interiors of India hits strongly! It is a small temple town flanked by two famous temples and many others- The Bahuchar Mata Temple from which the place derives its name and the Sun temple (Modhera) which is exemplary in its architecture.

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Material courtesy:

1. www.drkurien.com/ wikipedia/ www.templetravel.info/ www.holidify.com

2. Picture Courtesy: SarvaGram’s own, Google, TripAdvisor, temple travel website, livemint.com, youtube, Times of India

3. Shakti Temple- Antarsuba -Material is taken from the information board at the temple site

4. Google Maps

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