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Dadra & Nagar Haveli 

Dadra and Nagar Haveli is a Union Territory in western India. Run by a Lieutenant Governor, it has Silvasa as its capital. It lies on the north bank of the Daman Ganga River. The major language of this union territory is Gujarati.

The main economy in Dadra and Nagar Haveli is manufacturing. The taxes are very low here as there is no excise duty. In the service sector, Real Estate, Mortgage and consultancies are major contributors to the state economy

 Vanganga LakeGarden, Dadra

A beautiful lake Garden Vanganga is located at the entrance of the U.T. of Dadra & Nagar Haveli and this beautiful garden at Dadra (6km from Silvassa ) is spread over an  area of 7.58 hects.  The garden created with central island is connected with bridges in Japanese style.  The major attraction are its water spread framed with tree line, boats, fountains, restaurants and jogging track on an average 4.00 lakhs tourists visits the garden annually.  The garden is very popular with filmmakers and more than 40 Hindi film hit songs have been picturised here..

   Hirwavan garden, Piparia 

Another beautiful garden at the entry point at Silvassa is named after a tribal deity ‘Hirwa’ the green godess.  The water play is a theme here and can be seen in the form at roaring  waterfall, cascading rivulet,  gurgling springs streams all merging in a waterbody. 

 The visitors are fascinated with the sight of colourful  shrubs, criss crossing footpaths and kiosks for the sitout  .  The children play section offers variety of play equipments.  The centrally located garden is popular with the visiting.

Tribal Museum , Silvassa

 Daman & Diu

Daman and Diu is the second smallest union territory in India. They are two different parts, enclosed between sea on one side and Gujarat on the other. Daman is situated near Surat: and Diu is located near Junagadh.

Till 1987, Goa, Daman and Diu were administered as a single Union Territory. The main occupation for the people of Daman and Diu is fishing. The service sector mainly comprises of Real estate, Tourism and Insurance

It is a beautiful tourist spot, and is famous for its Nagoa Beach. There are some hotels to cater to the lodging needs of tourists.

Goa

Situated on the Konkan region Goa is the smallest state in India. Synonymous with tourism in India Goa is the favorite tourist destination for millions across the globe. Bordered by the Arabian Sea on its west Goa is blessed in terms of topographical beauty. The state of Goa is divided into two districts North Goa and South Goa is situated on the western coastal region of the Indian Peninsula. Geographically Goa bears a striking resemblance to Maharastra and Karnataka.

Goa is also flooded with numerous historical monuments and eye engaging sights. For the historically inclined Goa is just ethereal. There are several Churches in Goa that testify the rich historical past of the city. Some of the popular Churches in Goa are; Mary Immaculate Conception, Reis Magos Church, St. Anne Church, Church of St. Augustine, St. Paul Church etc. Goa is also home to numerous forts and museums that offer glimpses of a culturally rich state.

Goa is situated on the South Western part of India. It is the smallest state in India spreading over an area of 3,702 sq km. A perfect blend of the colonial and modern charm Goa simply manages to take your heart away. Reputed for its infrastructure, cuisine, historical monuments and unique culture Goa has become a one stop tourist spot for millions of foreign and domestic travelers. Blessed in terms of natural beauty the beaches in Goa cover almost 83 percent of its total coastline. Goa City is just not restricted to fun and enjoyment it is also a one stop pilgrimage center for millions of Christians across the globe.

The weather in Goa is summed up in one word can be termed as moderate. Since Goa lies in the tropical zone and is also bordered by the Arabian Sea on the West it experiences hot and humid weather throughout the year. Although the climate is hot and humid the one good thing about the state is that the temperature in Goa is always under control. Neither do the summers get very hot nor do the winters get extremely cold. However the best time to visit Goa would be the Monsoons. Goa should be avoided in May as this is the hottest month with the mercury shooting upto 35 °C.

Goa is one of the Indian states that remained under colonial rule for a period of 451 years. The history of Goa traces back to the 3rd century. According to history Goa was first ruled by the Mauryas, then the Satvahanas, Chalukyas and finally the Shilharas and Kadambas. Goa passed into the hands of the Mughals in 1312 and then lastly the Portuguese captured Goa in 1510. It was in 1962 that Goa attained freedom from the Portuguese and in 1987 it was pronounced an independent state in India.

Goa by far is among the most frequented tourist's destinations in India. Considered as the hottest tourist destination in the country this beach island witnesses huge influx of travelers from Indian and abroad alike. In order to facilitate proper lodging Goa has numerous hotels that range from the luxury to the budget. The Goa hotels have managed to establish an unmatched reputation for themselves over the years. Most of the Goa hotels are situated close to the major beaches that offer panoramic views of the city. Some of the well known Goa Hotels are; Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa Dona Alcina Resort Hotel Park Plaza, The Majestic Hotels Goa, Coconut Grove Hotel Goa etc.

Goa is connected by a broad network of roads. Traveling to Goa is extremely easy as it is connected with a number of National and state highways. The roads in Goa are pretty decent which make traveling a lot easier. The best way to travel to Goa is by bus from Mumbai or Pune. The journey is very smooth and offers some of the most enthralling visual sights.

In India Goa has become synonymous with beaches. Goa is home to some of the finest beaches in the world. One of the major reasons behind the charm of the city is its sun kissed beaches. The Goa Beaches are just not restricted to clear waters and shimmering sands but flea markets, open shacks that sell mouthwatering Goan cuisine and a whole lot of music and dance. Since Goa is divided into North and South the beaches are also divided accordingly. The beaches in North Goa are meant for the party lovers whereas the South Goa beaches are more serene and tranquil and act as ideal spots for couples in search of privacy. Some of the most stunning beaches in Goa are;Candolim Beach, Baga, Arambol, Vagator Benaulim Beach and Palolem Beach.

Panji literally means Land that never floods. It is the capital and most popular city in Goa. Spanning across an area of 36 km sq Panaji is located on the Mandovi estuary of North Goa. It is the third largest city in Goa which is home to a population of about 65,000 people. A quaint little city that is built perfectly in Latin style Panji City in Goa is for all those who enjoy the English charm and feel.

Named after the famous explorer Vasco da Gama, Vasco is the largest city in Goa Lying on the western edge of the Mormugao peninsula, the Vasco Da Gama dates back to 1543. It is located in South Goa at a distance of almost 30 km from Panaji. It is a major port in the state that serves as an important commercial point for numerous vessels to and from Goa.

Goa is excellently connected to the other parts of the country by rail. Cities like Mumbai, Channai and Pune share a strong railway network with Goa. There are numerous trains that travel to Goa almost daily from these cities. Some of the trains that travel frequently to Goa include; the Mas Vasco Express, Cstm Karwar Express, Cstm Karwar Spl and the Eranakulam Express. Trains from Mumbai generally take about 9 hours to Goa. Goa has two major railway stations situated at Margao and Vasco-da-gama.

The best way to travel to Goa is by flight. Almost all the important cities in India share a good air network with Goa. Most of the domestic and international flights fly to and fro Goa. Some of the popular Flights to Goa include; Kingfisher, AirIndia, Spicejet, Jet Airways, Indian Air Lines, Indigo, Air Deccan, and GO Air.

 Gujarat

Here in Gujarat you will discover centuries of history as spanning the geological core of the earth onto a fascinatingly vibrant future. Gujarat is unique in its geological and topographical landscape. From volcanic outpourings through bedrock to fossil fields of indegenous dinosaurs; from the art of the neolithic cave painter to the stone masterpieces of a series of civilized architecture. Gujarat has it all..

Ancient cave paintings to historic murals, natural and man made caves. Art, history, music, culture, all dovetail within each other to form a wondrous matrix that is the cultural exuberance of the people of the state.

Fast Facts Abot Gujrat

Area                    
196077 sq. km.

Population

5.06 Crore (as on 1st March 2001)

Capital
Gandhinagar

Language
Gujarati

Religion
Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Sikhism, Christianity

Climate
Wet in the southern districts and Desertic in the north-west region

Winter
November to February (12 - 29 Celsius)

Summer
March to May (29 - 41 Celsius)

Monsoon
June to October (27 - 35 Celsius)

Name of the Districts
Ahmedabad, Amreli, Anand, Banaskantha, Bharuch, Bhavnagar, Dahod, Dang, Gandhinagar, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Kutch, Kheda, Mahesana, Narmada, Navsari,  Panchmahal, Patan, Porbandar, Rajkot, Sabarkantha, Surat, Surendranagar, Tapi, Vadodara, Valsad

Major Cities
Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, Bhuj, Junagadh, Jamnagar

Major Beaches
Mandvi-Kutch, Dwarka, Chorwad, Gopnath, Tithal, Porbandar, Dandi, Nargol, Somnath, Ahmedpur Mandvi, Dumas

Hills
Saputara, Pavagadh, Girnar, Taranga, Shatrunjaya

Major Industries
Electronics, Information Technology, Textiles, Petrochemicals, Agriculture, Cement

 Maharastra

A land whose sheer size and diversity will stun you. Enjoy her mountains that stretch out into the mists as far as the eye can see. Her innumerous forts that stand proud and strong. Her scores of temples, sculpted into and out of basalt rock..

Her diverse and colourful cultures, woven into one gigantic quilt. Her festivals that galvanise the sleepy thousands into fervent motion. And her miles of silver, white beaches, stretched taut and inviting over the entire coast. Welcome aboard a travel package that gives you a glimpse into this vibrant and beautiful land.

 Rajasthan

Rajasthan the largest state off  India has Jaipur as its capital. It has 32 districts.

The Aravali Range runs across the state from Mount Abu, which is 1,722 m in height to Khetri. Most of the region of Rajasthan is covered by Thar Desert.

The state economy is mainly agricultural and pastoral. Sugarcane, pulses, oilseeds, cotton and tobacco are the major crops of the region.

The Indira Gandhi Canal irrigates the northwest Rajasthan. It is also the largest producer of marble and sandstone. It is mined at Makrana near Jodhpur

It has rich salt deposits at Sambhar and copper mines at Khetri and Dariba. The service sector boasts of its Tourism and Real estate. Because of its natural beauty and great history, Rajasthan also has a flourishing tourism industry.