Aurangabad — a few miles from the famous Ajanta and Ellora caves, a sacred site for Hindus, Jains and Buddhists
Jaipur — the Pink City, famous for Rajput architecture
Jodhpur — the Sun City, also known as the Blue City
Mumbai or Bombay — the financial capital, the hub of Bollywood and London to many an Indian Dick Whittington.
Nashik — the city of temples located 180 km from Mumbai
Pushkar — home to the country's only Brahma temple, the camel festival in November is an added bonus
Mount Abu - Rajasthan's only hill-station and is home to a group of five Jain Temples.
Kumbhalgarh - a gigantic red fort located in beautiful landscape amongst the rugged Arravali Hills. There is also a nearby wildlife sanctuary by the same name west of the fort on the leeward side. Squirrels, wolves, panthers and birds can be spotted here during the spring months.
Matheran - between Mumbai and Pune is Asia's only pedestrian resort.
Goa - home to miles and miles of beaches. Some of its quaint towns such as Panaji and Madgaon are best explored on foot.
Bangalore - The Garden City, Pub City, Silicon Valley of India, Land of Silk, Gold, Sandal, Incense etc.
Chennai/Madras - City of Temples, Home of famous Marina Beach, Automobile Capital of India
Kochi (Cochin) - The Queen of the Arabian Sea
Coimbatore - Manchester of South India
Hyderabad — With the formation of Greater Hyderabad it is now the second largest city in India. The city of pearls, was famous for the Golconda diamonds and is now a major IT hub. Home of Charminar, Golconda fort and Salarjung Museum.
Madhurai - City famous for its Meenakshi Amman Temple. It was among the nominees for the new list of 7 wonders of the world for its architecture.
Mysore - Twin city of Bangalore. Famous for the Royal Palace, Brindavan Gardens.
Pondicherry - French Enclave in India. Commonly known as "Peaceful Pondicherry"
Trivandrum - Padmanabhaswami temple. It is the capital of Kerala State.
Kerala backwaters - a must-experience
Ooty - a popular hill station, famous botanical garden, dotabetta, speciality by travelling in palchakra vandi from Mettupaalayam