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Reignite Your Love In Your 50s At These 7 Heritage Rich Destinations

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Bring back your romantic spark in your 50s in the presence of rich heritage at these destinations, as recommended by Holiday IQ reviewers.

1. Jodhpur ; For its mighty forts

Jodhpur ; For its mighty forts
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saurabh Gupta says, “Mehrangarh Fort, is an invincible and mighty fort. Mehra is a Rajasthani word for the sun and it is not at all unlikely that the Suryavanshi Rathores (Sun Dynasty) would name their first citadel in their mythological ancestor's honor.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Prashan Mal Mehta adds, “Located on a hilltop that houses museum and ancient war gadgets. Situated in the northeast of Jodhpur city. Owned by Maharaja of Jodhpur on a hilltop. ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Surbhit Mathur says, “Royal Palace and amazing view Mehrangarh is a great example of ancient archaeology, its really huge amazing views, carving and don't forget to take a glimpse of Jodhpur from the roof.” Read Full Review 

2. Manali ; For its famous temples

Manali ; For its famous temples
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Ritesh Kanodia shares, “A must see temple in Manali is Hidimba Devi Temple. It's an ancient temple in a Pagoda shaped and nice scenery around the temple to see.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Muthusamy Muthusamy shares “There is a famous temple in Manali in the main town region. Locals throng the temple daily. There is a Shiva Temple behind this main Gayatri Temple, this has an ancient historic value as Pandavas in Mahabharata period.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Neville Fernandes says, “An ancient wooden temple situated in a thick forest of Deodar trees, this temple is dedicated to Hadimba Devi. It is made of wood and the door features intricate wooden carvings. ” Read Full Review 

3. Agra ; For its ancient structures

Agra ; For its ancient structures
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jagdish Raval shares, “Temple of Lord Shiva is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Shiva near Agra Fort Railway Station/Jami Masjid. One has to descend down some stairs for darshan.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Mohan Jitpure shares, “One of the most beautiful, romantic wonder's, Taj Mahal is one of the most beautiful historic monument and among the topmost seven wonders of the world. It is said that the king of Agra Shah Janha made it in the memory of his wife Mumtaz” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Mukesh Singh shares, “I was there for a visit to Agra Red Fort. It is made of red stones completely and looks very ancient. Anyone can enjoy this trip very easily as it is near to the Agra Fort Railway Station.” Read Full Review

4. Wayanad ; For its ancient caves

Wayanad ; For its ancient caves
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Akhil Thykkoottathil shares, “There are lots of ancient carvings inside the caves of Wayanad. The place is well maintained and plastic is prohibited. The parking area is far and we have to walk 1 to 2 km to reach the caves.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Priti Jain adds, “If you are in Wayanad then Edakal Caves must definitely be in your bucket list. Carrying a rich heritage of approx 30000 years ago, Edakkal Caves is one of the oldest caves in the world and definitely a must visit when in Wayanad.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer DS Sudarshan says, “The island in the middle of Hills Kuruvadweep is an Island made by nature in Wayanad. ” Read Full Review

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5. Munnar ; For its old stone-houses

Munnar ; For its old stone-houses
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Joji Joseph says, “We still wonder about the technology used in the primitive age. Located about 45 kilometers from Munnar near Marayoor we can see Muniyara by walking through the superb trail Dolmens which are outstanding because of the prehistoric importance.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Ajith Ninan adds, “It is a historic place and one of the leftovers of ancient times. It will create lots of questions in our mind after seeing Muniyaraj, mainly about the strength of ancient people who made these stone houses that too without any modern types of equipment. We can see Muniyara by walking through a superb trail. These are outstanding because of the prehistoric importance.” Read Full Review

6. Jaisalmer ; For its rich heritage

Jaisalmer ; For its rich heritage
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saurabh Gupta adds, “The overall look and feel of the fortress is great. It's massive and beautifully made and wall carvings are amazing. We saw around the fort for around three hours and it was stunning. There is no entrance fee, but there are a lot of fake or real guides around.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer ER Rahul shares, “Filled with vibrant colors, rich heritage, and warm hospitality, Barmer is India's fifth largest district representing the true reflection of Rajasthan. The historic town of the 13th century has earned itself the name of 'miniature Rajasthan'. Rooted in its flamboyant culture, Barmer is a perfect place to visit. The lovely grounds of the town serve as a home to the majestic Barmer Fort and the ancient temples.Read Full Review

7. Srinagar ; For its grandeur

Srinagar ; For its grandeur
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Deepashree Pai Raiker says, “Ancient temple with bird's eye view of Srinagar The ancient temple is worth the climb up several hundred steps. Not suited for the elderly people with heart or knee problems. Cameras are not permitted and tight security check is present. But the climb is worth it.” Read Full Review 


HolidayIQ Reviewer Gaurang Kirtikar says, “Experience the Grandeur of Shankara After climbing the Shankaracharya temple you feel that it is worth the trouble. The majestic Shivling is more than 3 feet tall, I think. The temple is ancient. The peace and serenity and no 'dadagiri" of the Pandas/Pujaris is very welcome. One can peacefully spend time inside the temple without any disturbance. For Hindus, it is a must but others also can visit to see the Grandeur of the Shankara.” Read Full Review

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