4 Isolated and Unspoiled Beauties In The 4 Corners Of India

From Gujarat in the West to Arunachal Pradesh in the east, From Kashmir in the North to Kanyakumari in the South, India is diverse in its scenic places. With the comfortable Indian Railways providing air conditioned bogies, clean toilets and nutritious train food services from private online food delivery companies, one doesn’t have to think twice before traveling from one corner of the country to another. Here are the 4 effortlessly beautiful places that are yet to be crowded by the people.

  1. Majuli in Assam
    Amidst the beautiful eastern state of Assam nestles the world’s largest river island on the banks of the gigantic Brahmaputra River. The pristine landscape in Majuli will make you feel at paradise. One of the most picturesque places on earth, ancient culture of the Assamese is still prevalent there. The island has been declared by the UNESCO as a world heritage site. Wind in your hair, a blue sky on your head and captivating beauty of nature in your eyes, Majuli is perfect! Since it is not yet known by most people, it is far from human pollution. Overall a ten out of ten kind of a place.
  2. Athirapilly falls in Kerala
    The Indian version of Canada’s Niagara Falls; the splendid Athirapilly Falls are situated in the southern state of Kerala. Vazhachal forests belonging to the Western Ghats is where Athirapilly falls nestle. Serenity and wildness of the nature in one place is what makes the falls stand out. A natural beauty of nature, it is unspoiled and exhibits a great blend of flora and fauna. The beauty of the place was caught by the eyes of famous Bollywood filmmakers and films lie Guru, Iruvar and Dil Se have been shot here.
  3. Tawang Hill station in Arunachal Pradesh
    At a height of about 4000m, Tawang is a beautiful hill station in Arunachal Pradesh. The peaceful hill station is inhabited by the Monpa tribe. Renowned for its picturesque beauty and tranquility, the hill station is enveloped by Tibet to its north, Bhutan to its south and Kameng to its east. The culture is that of Buddhism. During the cold months of December and January, the place turns into a paradise of snowfall. If you are an adventurous person, the place also offers paragliding, skating, rock climbing and river rafting.
  4. Malvan Region in Maharashtra
    The Malvan region of the western state of Maharashtra is beauty and history combined on the same land. Inhabited by many forts and beautiful coastlines, you can go deep into history or lie under the sun. Sindhudurg fort of the Marathas is built on an island by the name of Kurte, some 500 kms from Mumbai and 120 kms from Goa. It is built on 48 acres of land and has 43 bastions. The massive walls served as a protection from enemies. Besides the fort, a long walk along the beaches of Chiwla and Tarkali are very soothing. The beaches are very clean and less crowded.

So check in at these people before you see their pictures on your friend’s facebook album!

The author’s love for travel and writing has associated her as a writer with travelkhana.com. With a strong wanderlust, she longs to explore every corner of India.

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