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India’s Top Places to Travel In November

India is a vast country, and its culture and heritage enrich it. Every state in India has its own culture and tradition.

As you travel, India offers you vast tourism choices, diverse in land and nature, people, tribes, cuisine, faiths, dance forms, music, art and crafts, adventure, spirituality, and history.

Here is the list of places which you can visit in NOVEMBER:


Pushkar is the oldest city in INDIA, located amid the western Aravalli Range. It is an essential trip in India for the Hindu and Sikh beliefs due to the existence of 100’s stunning temples, including the ‘Lord Brahma Temple’ and several gurudwaras.

In the present day, it has become a favourite weekend getaway, especially for the people who live in nearby cities like -Jaipur, Ajmer, Delhi etc. It offers many fun activities like – boating, camel safaris, camping, cable-car rides and shopping. Moreover, It has mainly been famed for its annual ‘Pushkar Mela,’ a Cattle Fair scheduled during the month of ‘Karthik’ (October/November) for five days. It is the most lavish celebration in the town, where thousands of locals and tourists gather to experience rides, folk performances, and the most significant occasion – the trading of multiple cattle, horses and camels from different parts of the country.2


Delhi is known as the capital of India and is regarded as the nation’s heart. The city is famous for its enriched culture and heritage, hosts some well-known historical monuments and is growing with time.

The impact of spiritual diversity can be seen in the city with the impact of the Mughals, the ancient Indian and the British. Multiple stunning gardens, away from pollution and busy city life, provide opportunities to walk amid the foliage.

The capital city is divided into two sections: Old Delhi and New Delhi. Old Delhi is famous for its ancient culture, monuments, and crowded streets. 

People of all ages can enjoy it there as it has something for everyone to complement their interests. There is nothing like the best time to visit this magnificent land. Still, mid-October to mid-March is an ideal time because the weather remains pleasant at this time.


The Great Stupa was initially constructed in the 3rd century BCE. Sanchi Stupa is an ancient stone structure in India constructed during the Mauryan period. Sanchi, a small town, is discovered at the foothill very near the capital city of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal. The area tempts travellers worldwide with its antique Stupas, sanctuaries and Buddhist culture. The Great Stupa at Sanchi is the best-preserved Stupas, with its flowery gateways alluring thousands of pilgrims and travellers.

 Time to Visit:

The most suitable duration to visit is from November to March, as the temperature of this place is exceptionally high in the summer. Monsoon will also give a marvellous experience; you may find travelling difficult.


  • Sanchi Archaeological Museum
  • Chetiyagiri Buddhist Temple
  • Udaigiri Caves


Haridwar is a district of Uttarakhand state in India. Haridwar, the ‘gateway to gods,’ is discovered where the Ganga, the holiest of all Indian rivers, enters the Indo-Gangetic plains. Haridwar is a metropolis of temples and ashrams, and its righteous atmosphere enfolds everyone. Haridwar is one of the four sacred Indian cities that host the Kumbh Mela, a holy gathering of millions of Hindu followers every 12 years. The Ardh Kumbh is organized after every 6 years. It also organizes Kanwar Mela every year during the rainy season. The ‘Panch Tirth’ or the five voyages located within the boundary of Haridwar, are Gangadwara, Kushwart, Kankhal, Bilwa Tirtha (Mansa Devi) and Neel Parvat (Chandi Devi Temple).

In an ancient city, Haridwar’s roots are deep in the culture and traditions of the ancient Vedic times, and several institutions are here imparting traditional knowledge of wellness. If you want to know more and experience old recovery methods, there are many certified Ayurvedic clinics in Haridwar that you can visit. Ashrams also offer sessions in Ayurveda, meditation and yoga. Every morning and evening, the ghats of River Ganga eyewitness the blissful Ganga aarti, which attracts devotees and tourists. The more popular evening ceremony makes for a mesmeric view of the river being revered with loud and rhythmic chants and tall lamps, their lights lightening up the darkening waters. It is spectacular as thousands of small diyas (earthen lamps) are set afloat on the river.


Varanasi, also known as Kashi& Banaras, is one of the ancientest constantly populated cities. It is situated in Uttar Pradesh on the banks of the river Ganga.

It gets its name from the rivers Varuna and Asi, branches that float into the Ganga in Varanasi, known as the ‘City of Light,’ legend says that Lord Shiva himself founded the city. Holy Hindus believe regular travels to Varanasi are essential to achieve independence or moksh. The Buddha gave his first oration after achieving sophistication at Sarnath, close to the city.


  • Kashi Vishwanath Temple
  • Dashashwamedh Ghat
  • Manikarnika Ghat
  • Ramnagar Fort
  • Sankat Mochan Hanuman Temple
  • Durga Temple
  • Jantar Mantar & many more
  • Tulsimanas Temple
  • Bharat Mata Temple


A national park, a tiger and biosphere reserve, the Sundarbans National Park is the choice of every tiger fan arriving in India to catch the mightiest glances of this magnificent beast along the Ganges delta of India and Bangladesh.

The area of the mangrove groves, the Sundarbansboasts of a combination of flora and faunal ranges to obtain an unequalled ecosystem to this  Reserve. The realistic habitat and coastal ecosystem of this Biosphere Reserve and World Heritage Site are threatened by physical disasters due to excessive human interference. The Sundarbans are the residence of more than 400 tigers, and Tigers can be glimpsed on the river banks between November and February.

Apart from the Royal Bengal Tiger: Fishing Cats, Leopard, Macaques, Wild Boar, Indian Grey Mongoose, Fox, Jungle Cat, Pangolin, and Chital are also discovered in surplus in the Sundarban.


A land of great antique temples and beautiful castles, Jammu is the capital of Jammu and Kashmir. This state’s winter capital is the leaping-off point for the glorious spiritual and natural interests that tempt tourists and believers to other parts of the province. The tempting aromas that lift and diffuse from its stunning cuisine or even the snowcapped mountains that pledge adventure and action; it has something to present to everyone. Appropriately called the City of Temples because of the profusion of sanctums dotting the terrain, Jammu is a voyage destination on its own.

Winter in Jammu starts in November and renews till February. The lowest temperature in winter can fall as low as 5°C and cold.


  • Vaishno Devi
  • Raghunath Temple
  • Ranbireshwar Temple



The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, discovered in the east of the Indian continent geographically, is a magnificent isle in the Bay of Bengal. Andaman and Nicobar Islands feature palm-fringed shores with pristine stretches of white sands and an uninterrupted presence of calm and transparent water everywhere – Andaman is an accurate benchmark of what we call a ‘Tropical Paradise.

If you are clinging to a dull routine- a visit to Andaman will surely elate you by counting some rich colourings. Being in Andaman’s sense is like being in a separate world, far away from a world that lacks consensus and virtue. A perfect destination for a rejuvenating holiday that proposes a hideaway from the tiresome burdens of the urban world.


  • Coral reef
  • Barren Island
  • Chidiya Tapu
  • Fisheries Museum
  • Cellular Jail(Kala Pani)
  • Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Island


Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu. This 350-year-old city has the vibe of youthful souls. British had a defence on Madras during the independence years and showed much interest in the city. They were the perfect excuse for the extreme development of Chennai, which was earlier just a forest land.

Winter is very gentle; Climate is chilly. The temperature varies between 20°C to 25°C.

The best time to visit – is between November and March


  • Marina Beach
  • Government Museum
  • Valluvar Kottom Temple
  • Sri Parthasarathy Temple


Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya, also a hill station in the country. It emanates its name from Lei Shyllong, an icon cherished at Shillong Peak.

This place is even called the ‘Scotland of the East. Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, is residence to countless waterfalls. The critical reasons people visit Shillong are the thrilling mountain peaks, transparent lakes, breathtakingly gorgeous golf courses, cafes and museums. Asunder from the natural attractiveness, Shillong also serves as the gateway to Meghalaya, the state well-known for heavy rains, caving, towering waterfalls, beautiful topography and great people and culture.

Interestingly, Shillong has a very westernized civilization. It is also recognized as the music capital of India, as many well-known instrumentalists have commanded from this place.


  • Elephant Falls
  • Shillong Peak
  • Umiam Peak
  • Police Bazar
  • Laitlum Canyons
  • Don Bosco Museum

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