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5 Best Places To Visit In India In Summer

Here’s a list of the best places to visit in India in summer. Have a look at the list before planning a holiday in India.

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5 Best Places To Visit In India In Summer
5 Best Places To Visit In India In Summer. Pixabay

Written By Vaishali Aggarwal

The big ball of fire, our very own Sun is at its full might. What better way to escape the summer heat than to find some relief, away from the plains. Thankfully, India is blessed with mountains, hills, beaches, exotic forest, and other places to visit in summer that provide some respite from the scorching heat wave.

The summer holidays are round the corner. For those looking to break free & gather some memories with your friends and family during these summer holidays in India, there are some amazing hill stations. In addition to these mountainous regions, there are some other cool places to visit in India in summer.

Here’s a list of the best places to visit in India in summer. Have a look at the list before planning a holiday in India.

  • Manali: A holiday in Manali conjures up images of green mountains amidst the snow covered ranges, a breath of fresh air and a relaxed vacation. Manali is among the most beautiful places to visit in India in summer. It is bequeathed with mercerizing scenery, lush greenery and miraculous flora and fauna.
Trekking in Manali could be a better option to beat the heat
Trekking in Manali could be a better option to beat the heat. Pixabay
  • Shimla: Shimla is a well-known hill station in Northern India and is one of the most famous vacation places in summer that perfectly captures Indian magnificence with British elegance. It is bequeathed with a rich history and is sanctified with natural beauty. If you’re looking for a relaxing yet fun retreat, Shimla has to be on your list of coolest places to visit in India in May and June.
What's better than travelling to Shimla this summer
What’s better than travelling to Shimla this summer? Pixabay
  • Ladakh: Every biker’s dream vacation, Ladakh’s beige craggy hillscape set an appealing contrast to the blue lakes and sky. Summer is the considered the best time to visit Ladakh, placing it among loveliest summer holiday destinations in India.
The Ultimate Vacation Destination- Ladakh.
The Ultimate Vacation Destination- Ladakh. Pixabay
  • Shillong: Another North Eastern gem is Shillong that comfortably makes its way to the best places to visit in India during summer. There are striking similarities between the panorama of Shillong and the landscape of Switzerland, and thus it is also known as Scotland of East. The hill-station well developed but the colonial charm hasn’t faded.
Shillong- A gem in North-Eastern India.
Shillong- A gem in North-Eastern India. Pixabay
  • Lonavala: Just about an hour’s drive away from Mumbai, Lonavala is among the super-hit summer holiday destinations in India, especially for Mumbai-dwellers. You can choose to relax in the lovely properties, or step out to explore the caves, or click pictures with lush green backgrounds. Escaping the monotonous city life, Lonavala offers a myriad of activities to indulge in.
Lonavala- Worth a try.
Lonavala- Worth a try. Pixabay

Hope this list of summer vacation places in India came as a useful resource for you. Happy Holidays!

 

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Saudi Arabia to Cooperate with India in Combating Terrorism

Prince Salman said Wednesday that there were potential opportunities for investment of $ 100 billion in India.

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Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attends a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Hyderabad House in New Delhi, India, Feb. 20, 2019. VOA

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in New Delhi that terrorism is a common concern and his country would cooperate with India in combating terrorism and extremism.

On a visit to New Delhi, Prince Salman said Wednesday that there were potential opportunities for investment of $ 100 billion in India.

His trip to New Delhi has coincided with spiraling tensions between India and Pakistan in the wake of a terror attack that killed 40 paramilitaries in Indian Kashmir.

Prince Salman’s meetings with Indian leaders came two days after he went to Pakistan. He did not mention the attack on Indian soldiers, but at a joint press appearance with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi he said “we reaffirm to India that we are ready to work in the intelligence sharing and political arenas to coordinate our efforts on terrorism.”

Referring to the recent “barbaric” attack in Kashmir, Modi said that the two countries had agreed that “it is extremely important to increase all possible pressure on countries supporting terrorism in any way.” The Indian leader said that destroying the infrastructure of terrorism, and punishing terrorists and their supporters is necessary.

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The two countries signed five agreements in the areas of investment, tourism, housing and communications. Wikimedia

New Delhi, which accuses Pakistan of giving sanctuary to terror groups that carry out strikes in India, is trying to build diplomatic pressure against Islamabad. It gave Prince Salman a warm welcome with Modi breaking protocol to receive him personally at the airport on Tuesday.

The Saudi Arabian Crown Prince, who also was warmly welcomed in Pakistan, had pledged investment deals worth $ 20 billion during his Islamabad visit.

Modi said that India and Saudi Arabia had agreed to to strengthen cooperation on counter-terrorism, naval and cyber security.

As both leaders hailed deepening ties, they also sounded an optimistic note on building business and trade ties. The Saudi Crown Prince, who came to New Delhi with a large business delegation, said that Riyadh had invested $44 billion in India since 2016. He said that there were opportunities for investment of $ 100 billion in India in areas such as energy, agriculture and technology.

Two-way trade totaled over $ 27 billion last year. Saudi Arabia is a top supplier of oil to India, which is one of the world’s largest oil importers and provides about one fifth of its crude.

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Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, center left, and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, center right, witness the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Petroleum, in Islamabad, Pakistan, Feb. 17, 2019. VOA

The two countries signed five agreements in the areas of investment, tourism, housing and communications.

Prince Salman said that his visit to India will improve centuries-old ties between the countries, which he said are “in our DNA.” Ties between the two countries have been on an upswing since Modi visited Riyadh in 2016 as part of efforts to strengthen ties with Middle East countries.

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The Saudi crown prince is on his first major overseas tour since the storm over the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October. He is expected to visit China after India. (VOA)