10 hidden gems in india you didn't know 

Hemis, Ladakh: Home to the Hemis Monastery and an annual masked dance festival, this remote village offers a unique blend of spirituality and cultural richness. 

Gokarna, Karnataka: A serene beach town with pristine beaches like Om Beach and the tranquil Mahabaleshwar Temple, providing a quieter alternative to Goa. 

Majuli, Assam: The world's largest river island in the Brahmaputra, known for its unique culture, Vaishnavite satras, and scenic beauty.

Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh: Often referred to as the "Mini Switzerland of India," Khajjiar is a lush meadow surrounded by dense deodar forests and a picturesque lake. 

Dholavira, Gujarat: An ancient Harappan archaeological site, one of the five largest in the Indian subcontinent, showcasing advanced urban planning from the Bronze Age. 

Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh: A lush valley with vibrant landscapes, the unique Apatani tribal culture, and the Ziro Music Festival that draws music enthusiasts from around the world. 

Chettinad, Tamil Nadu: Known for its opulent mansions, unique cuisine, and the Chettinad Palace, this region offers a rich cultural experience off the beaten path. 

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya: Voted as the cleanest village in Asia, Mawlynnong is known for its living root bridges and eco-friendly practices. 

Pangong Lake, Ladakh: Famous for its changing colors and featured in the movie "3 Idiots," this high-altitude lake stretches across the Indo-China border. 

Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh: An offbeat wildlife destination, home to a variety of flora and fauna, and the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book."

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