Lesser-known villages in India that are yet to be explored
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Mawlynnong, named "Asia's Cleanest Village," is a charming village nestled in Meghalaya's lush greenery. It's a traveler's paradise with its flawless surroundings, exquisitely tended gardens, and bamboo bridges.
Khonoma is a village that showcases rich Naga culture and offers stunning views of the Dzukou Valley. India's first green village, Khonoma, witnessed a history of extensive hunting and rampant deforestation in its surrounding jungles.
Bhujodi, a Gujarati village close to the city of Bhuj, is well-known for its handloom textile sector. Visitors can witness the intricate artistry of the local weavers and purchase traditional handicrafts.
Nako is a tranquil village perched at an altitude of 3,662 meters. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and a serene lake, Nako offers an escape from the chaos of city life.
Nako, Himachal Pradesh
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Ziro is a charming village well-known for its natural beauty, Apatani customs, and yearly Ziro Music Festival. The village offers the ideal fusion of natural beauty and cultural experiences, encircled by rice fields, gushing rivers, and mountains covered in pine trees.
Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh