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Most Peaceful Destinations In India If You Are Looking For Amazing Escape

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Bored of your monotonous life? Looking for a break? Want an escape? Want to visit some peaceful destination?  If you are looking for any of these, then you’ve come to a very right place. We understand that you need a break from a regulatory routine to go someplace, where you can be just you, away from all the materialistic assets. Hence, we’ve got you a list of the most peaceful destinations across the country. Scroll down for the list.

 

1. Key Monastery

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Mirroring a honeycomb with its post like a design, Key (or Ki) Monastery in the paradisiacal Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh absorbs most extreme peacefulness. The 1000-year old instructional center for the Buddhist monks, it ignores the unblemished River Spiti from a peak and is blessed with a wonderful landscape of the snow-topped Himalayas. Safe from the grasp of the urbanized world, the spot is perfect for reflection or to just unwind looking at nature’s magnificence. Check out more 15 must visit monasteries during your trip to Ladakh.

May to October is the best time to visit this monastery.  And, you can reach there via Bhuntar Airport.

 

2. Auroville

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Well known as the ‘City of Dawn’, Auroville is an otherworldly center point occupied by individuals of more than 40 nationalities. It is situated close to the Union Territory of Pondicherry (or Puducherry). The spot accomplishes greatness as a standout amongst the most peaceful destinations in India. Enjoy meditation at Matrimandir, a brilliant metallic circle with exquisitely manicured gardens all around, obtain harmony at the Green Belt territory and enjoy a lot of alternative healing courses and ecological activities.

Best time to visit Auroville is between October to February And you can reach there via road or via air.

 

3. Lansdowne

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With pristine characteristic excellence, the cantonment town of Lansdowne in Uttaranchal appreciates astonishing quietness, broken just by the trilling of fascinating avifauna. Specked with interesting provincial structures, sanctuaries, and chapels. It also includes appreciating the oak and blue pine shelters, the town is ideal for ruminating in the laps of nature and furthermore for a crowd-free romantic holiday.

It is an ideal place to visit at any time in the year.  You can easily drive from Delhi or you reach there by landing at the Dehradun Airport.

 

4. Pangong Tso

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Finding a tranquil spot in India isn’t troublesome when you are in Ladakh. One such spot is the hypnotizing exhibition called Pangong Tso. A high-elevation lake parading various shades of blue and appreciating spectacular landscape of tough mountains. Spend quality time undisturbed by the outside world, appreciate sublime dawns and dusks and accompany rare-to-find birds and animals visiting the lake.

The best time to visit here is between May and September. Leh is the closest town at 225 KMs.  You can easily hire an SUV and reach the lake.

 

5. Triund

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While you appreciate the charming Dhauladhar Range with one eye and the rambling Kangra Valley with the other, an excellent rainbow may show up from no place and you splash in the overwhelming serenity. This is the thing that you experience from the summit of Triund in Himachal Pradesh in the wake of trekking through the staggering spreads of rhododendrons, oaks, and deodars.

Best time to visit is between March and December. You can start trekking to Triund, once you reach McLeod Ganj.

So, there it is. A quick list to offer you a peaceful weekend. A peaceful destination to your life is something very important thing for your inner strength. Let us know in comments that where are you going to plan your next peaceful escape.

Also, check out the amazing tourist places in seven sisters states of North East India.

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Amitesh Jain
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