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Pritha Manchanda May 13 2015

Trips across the Indian borders.

Etti Bali May 13 2015
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Love thy neighbour--this is the mantra we swear by! Embark on these trips across the Indian borders and explore the best places to visit in our neighbouring countries. These trips will surely induce a sense of deja vu!

Lahore Fort, Pakistan

Situated adjacent to Iqbal Park, Lahore Fort was built by the Mughals under Akbar’s reign. The fort bears resemblance to the Red Fort of Delhi, complete with a Diwan-i-Aam.

Majestic (by Rohaan Bhatti)

Minaret of Jam, Afghanistan

Minaret of Jam was built by the same dynasty that built the Qutub Minar in India--The Ghurids. Located in the Ghor Province, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Minaret in the Ghowr Valley (by Afghanistan Matters)

St. Martin’s Island, Bangladesh

The only coral island in Bangladesh, St. Martin’s Island got its name during the British occupation of Hindustan. Earlier it was known as Narikel Jinjera meaning Coconut Island in Bengali.

Crystal Clear Skies (by Shovon)

Forbidden City, China

An exemplary example of Chinese palatial architecture, the Forbidden City houses a large collection of Buddhist icons, mandalas and shrines. A trip to Beijing would be incomplete without visiting this palace!

As viewed from Coal Hill (by Pixelflake)

Temple of Tooth, Sri Lanka

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Temple of Tooth houses the sacred relic of Maharishi Buddha’s canine.

Temple Premises (by Hafiz Issadeen)

Kandawgyi National Park, Myanmar

A lush and pristine recreational area, the Kandawgyi National Park is a cluster of gardens, playgrounds, mini zoo, restaurants and the sparkling Kandawgyi Lake. A must-visit is the Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred Buddhist site in Myanmar.

Reflections (by Anthony Tong Lee)

Paro Taktsang, Bhutan

Also known as Tiger’s Nest, Paro Taktsang is believed to be the site where Guru Padmasambahva from India meditated for 3 years, 3 months, 3 weeks, 3 days and 3 hours. More reason to visit Bhutan--the Land of the Thunder Dragon!

Living on the Edge! (by Nagarjun Kandukuru)

Make sure to check these places off your list on these magical trips across Indian borders! In case you know of more places that ring the bells of nostalgia, then make sure to leave us a comment!
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