New Delhi Being the largest metropolitan in India, Delhi enjoys being recognized as political, cultural and national capital. While the Indian parliament is situated here, it also houses the famous Akshardham temple. Delhi gains its serenity from Jama mosque, and exudes proud and power in the form of Red Fort. Its simmering summer is somewhat equivalent to the heat of the political affairs of India, and its chilly winters make way to the radiance of Qutub Minar and Jantar Mantar becoming glorified.Its local cuisine is so famous that people travel distances to taste and gorge on it. It has been often said that Delhi is the place where the beauty of a city collides with the might of the nation and the peace remains unperturbed. It’s most certainly a journey worth taking. Manali : Manali, just 280 kilometers from the town of Shimla, is covered with numerous temples and monasteries. The valley being guarded by the snow capped mountains and heart-throbbing view will indulge you to stay in this place for a lifetime. Not to forget The famous Hadimba Temple, which is Pagoda shape roofed. Famed for temples of Sage Vashishta and Lord Rama and its hot water springs is Vashishta, a small village here.. For attaining spiritualism, this place is blessed with three Tibetan Monasteries.The eastern Pir Panjal range of Himalayas gives Manali, its highest point in the form of Rohtang Pass, which is workableand adventurous with horse-riding and skiing, but sudden snowstorms in this area can make the trip dangerous at times. Snow covered mountains and roads are a regular sight here. Kullu : Enveloped by Himalayan range and on the bank of the Beas River, Kullu valley is abundant with Pine trees, Apple groves, and Deodar forests. Kullu also treats you with the divine Vaishno Devi temple and Pashmina shawls are a must-buy. The magnificence of the environment and the surroundings is an asset to this blessed valley.