North Sikkim | Gangtok-Lachen

Sikkim is a land of exotic waterfalls. This small Himalayan state boasts of a thousand waterfalls!  Numerous waterfalls astride the main road make the trip to North Sikkim extremely picturesque. Most of the waterfalls of Sikkim are snow-fed.

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Deori Mandir, Jharkhand

An ancient solahbhuji (sixteen-armed) Durga temple at village Deori, near Tamar, around 60 km from Ranchi, on the Jamshedpur-Ranchi Highway (NH-33).

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Sun, Sand and Sea | The Maldives

An idyllic location with crystal white sands, sheltered lagoons, tropical sunshine and breathtaking natural beauty, the Maldives redefines paradise.

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Ctesiphon | Fallen city of Persian kings

For more than 800 years, Ctesiphon flourished as a royal capital of the last two ancient Middle-Eastern dynasties, the Parthians and the Sasanians. Located on the east bank of the Tigris River Ctesiphon’s strategic location as well as its political importance made the city an international trading and market center with a diverse population.

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Iraq Museum | Refuge for relics of the past

The Iraq Museum is one of the best archaeological museums in the world, containing the material evidence for the development of civilised human society from the very beginning of its history.

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Lamassu | The mythical human-headed winged bull

The Lamassu is a celestial being from ancient Mesopotamian religion bearing the head of a man, the wings of an eagle, and the hulking body of a bull, sometimes with the horns and the ears of a bull.

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