10 Most Enchanting Small Towns and Villages in India

Someone who said only cities can be beautiful has definitely not visited these enchanting small towns In India. From tiny tot old thatched house to the most well built stone houses, these villages are wonderlands for all. They might be small in number but the pleasantness of the soothing country music here, the busy people with their daily chores, the small lanes with the cutest decoration and the distant flickering lights during the nights. These places can be considered as heaven on earth with the most beautiful displays. Like it is said magic is in the air then it’s time to feel the magic again with this one of a kind villages.
Well now relive the fairy tales as we take you through a journey of some of the most amazing villages around the world. Get awestruck with the beauty of these amazing villages which is incomparable to anything in the world.

1. Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

Considered as the cleanest village in Asia, Mawlyynnong village is definitely a wonder on earth. Amidst the land of Meghalaya, India lays this one of a kind village.  This remote village is located in the East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya.
This village is referred to as God own garden and is awarded as the cleanest village in Asia by Discover Magazine. The community residing here is maintaining a collective effort to make their village a cleaner and greener one. Soak in the surreal beauty of this village while you visit this destination.
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2. Dikshit Town, Ladakh

There is no doubt in that Ladakh has been a dream destination for all. With its incandescent beauty with the mountains and valley Ladakh makes the onlookers forget about any other place. One such town in Ladakh is the Dikshit town.
Whether you talk about the town with its beauty with the mountains or its age-old monasteries and traditions this village has fascinated a lot of tourist around the world. One has to cross the highest motorable pass Khardugla Pass to reach Nubra Valley. The serenity of this place attracts tourist from far and wide.

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3. Majuli, Assam

If you are craving for some solitude then Majuli in Assam is a must visit destination for you. Covering a total area of 650 sq. km Majuli is the world largest freshwater River Island in the world. This island is 200k away from Guwahati, Assam. The island is formed by the Brahmaputra River in the south and by the Subansiri and Kherkutia Xuti Rivers in the north.
Home to the Neo-Vaishnavite culture, this island has a population of around 100,000. Rich in culture and this island has around 65 Satras which was built by Srimanta Sankardeva. One can also witness a variety of flora and fauna in this region along with its rich culture.

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4. Landour, Uttarakhand

Well if you are an avid reader of Ruskin Bond then this place will seriously give you tickles in your stomach.  Feel each and every moment as you visit this small town with the hills, little cottages and the friendly people. Bring back those memories to live once again as you walk through this little quaint town.
The flickering lights at one side will lure you away to some kind of a fairy tale land. And remember the ghost in Ruskin Bond’s stories well you might feel them as well. Marvel at the amazing sight of this village while you visit this amazing town.

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5. Mandawa, Rajasthan

Another fascinating village which is a must visit for you in the Mandawa town, which appeals people from far and wide. This charming little town in Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan will take you down the memory lane of the age old history.
The ancient forts and the Rajputana heritage will startle you every time as you explore them. Trust me guys you will totally end up in a different era as you set foot on this magical town. And if you are visiting this town during the time of Taalbelia then guys brace yourselves to feel the majestic charm of this magnetic land.

6. Malabar, Kerala

Famous for its beautiful beaches and vast stretch of shoreline, Malabar is another beautiful town which calmly sits at the north western part of Kerala. With the evergreen hills and the virgin forest this town attracts tourist from far and wide to explore it’s amazing beauty.
Whether you are planning to spend the evening by the shoreline or just a thrilling walk through the town Malabar will never disappoint you. The endless scenic beauty, museum, soothing gardens and the bird sanctuaries will take you to an alternate place altogether.

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7. Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh

Now, if you have the desire to explore the unexplored then here we bring you another village in North east India which is a must visit for you.  Safely hidden under the bosom of Mother Nature Ziro valley is truly an untouched paradise on earth.
Be it the beautiful ridges, scintillating mountains or the rocking music festival, Ziro valley had become one of the hottest destinations in India. With an abundance of flora and fauna, enchanting caves, the green ridges this destination has been calling travelers from across the globe to explore its beauty.

8. Idukki, Kerala

Get ready to remains speechless as you visit the Idduki, another gem of Kerela which is a must visit destination in India. Lose yourself as you ride through the scenic views of this magical land. Idukki is arranged at the highest point of Western Ghats encompassed by mountains.
The curve dam worked over the Kuravan Kurathi Mountain is superb and past depiction. Appended to this dam of 650 feet length and 550 feet tallness, two different dams are additionally there in Kulmavu and Cherunthony. It is one of the locales in the state which has various untamed life havens and offers rich degree for advancement of eco tourism

9. Khimsar, Rajasthan

Located at the Nagaur district Khimsar is another destination which is a must visit for you. Perched at the heart of Great Thar Desert this unique place unfolds the story of history as you set foot on this land. One would be dismayed by the excellence, the greatness, the design or the eminence of this stronghold, encased in its fight scarred dividers.
The sand hills and tight wide open streets indicate the bewildering magnificence of this Fort. Abandon experience sports, Wild life safaris and memorable touring visits are claim to fame exercises of this zone. All you have to do is visit this beautiful destination and quench your thirst.

10. Valparai, Tamil Nadu

Valparai is not quite the same as other vacationer spots not at all like Ooty, Munnar, Kodaikanal and so forth in view of a few if it’s one of a kind sort. Ecotourism is given more significance than standard type of tourism. Chinnakallar in valparai records most extreme precipitation beside Chirapungi.
Valparai is the main slope station on the planet which has 12 dams and hydro electric power stations. Entering the timberland and tea patio nurseries of valparai you can appreciate the nearness of many streams, dams, valleys, waterfalls, high mountains, fields, verdure.

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