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India tours often bring travelers to places that are packed with tourists and locals, and while that may be appealing to some, others may want to get out of the hustle and bustle. There are a few places you can choose from, but arguably one of the best is the city of Tarn Taran Sahib, which is situated in the northernmost part of the country.
Aside from being a place where you can get away from the masses, Tarn Taran Shaib is perfect for anybody looking to immerse themselves in Indian culture. Specifically, the city is home to many Sikh gurdwaras, which are some of the most elegantly-designed buildings in the country.
One of its best-known buildings is the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, which is famous for its shimmering golden-plated exterior. The intricate work done on the interior design is particularly striking and certainly can't be missed if you make your way to Tarn Taran Sahib.
The city may be best known for its importance to the Sikh community, but it also has more to offer people on a tour of India. In particular, Tarn Taran Sahib should appeal to wildlife enthusiasts because it is home to the Harike Wetland.
Aside from being among the largest wetlands in Asia, Harike was also named a bird sanctuary in the early 1980s and houses a wide variety of avian species. If you're lucky, you can catch a glimpse of the pygmy goose, hen harrier and wigeon, all of which you're unlikely to run into elsewhere.
India may be well known for its bustling cities and busy tourist hotspots such as the Taj Mahal, but a visit to some of the less-popular landmarks can offer a unique view at the country.
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