Which places are less crowded in India? 

Discovering hidden gems in India is like finding a secret passage to serenity. In the heart of the Himalayas, Spiti Valley welcomes you with open arms, offering  breathtaking landscapes.

Travel east, and the lush Ziro Valley in Arunachal Pradesh unfolds, a canvas of tranquility painted with picturesque landscapes and the vibrant tapestry of local culture.  

Venturing towards the Nagaland-Manipur border, Dzukou Valley is a hiker's dream, where rolling hills and verdant greenery create a symphony of nature undisturbed by crowds. 

In the heart of Ladakh lies Hemis, a haven for those seeking spiritual solace amidst the grandeur of the Himalayas. The Hemis Monastery stands as a silent sentinel, inviting you to bask.

Down south, Gokarna in Karnataka whispers tales of untouched beaches and a slower pace of life, offering an alternative to the bustling scenes of its neighboring state, Goa. 

Mawlynnong in Meghalaya is a testament to the community's dedication to cleanliness. Amidst its pristine beauty, you'll find not just natural wonders.

Khajjiar, often likened to Switzerland, is a charming hill station in Himachal Pradesh where you can lose yourself in the lush landscapes without the hustle of typical tourist spots. 

Lansdowne in Uttarakhand, wrapped in colonial charm, invites you to step back in time and savor the simplicity of a hill station that hasn't succumbed to the rush of modernity. 

On the Konkan coast, Ganpatipule in Maharashtra is a beachside haven where clean shores and the Ganpati temple create an atmosphere of peace and reflection.

Finally, in Sikkim, Pelling stands as a quiet retreat amidst snow-capped peaks, offering a sanctuary for those seeking the Himalayan experience away from the well-trodden paths. 

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