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During Rath Yatra, Rath is being pulled with the ropes by the devotees and is believed to be a sacred religious act.
Ardent devotees of Maa Durga must visit the Maa Bamleshwari Devi temple. It is often known as Kamakhya Devi temple.
Situated deep in the heart of hills in a secluded valley, Muthyala Maduvu makes an adventurous trekking spot.
Engaging view of migrated birds and a catching glimpse of the dolphins is something amazing that you must witness.
Nestled in the lap of the Eastern Ghats, the Tatipudi reservoir charming in its unique way.
It is like walking through an open museum where a modern-era group of monuments built in the Dravidian sculptures.
Early in the morning,that spicy aroma smells appetising as soon as train halted at Kharagpur station.
The sound of gushing water of Indravati river as it cascaded down from a height, creating a stunning vista.
It may seem like splitting hairs,but remember "Tourists get guided by the tales of a Traveler".
I cannot forget about the way we became childish to have a sip of famous coffee that land offers us.
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