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Beauty Awaits at the Lotus Temple | Luxury India Tours

While on your India Tour, The Lotus Temple is an absolute must-see!  As one of the most beautiful structures in New Delhi, it is known around the world.  While many of the most popular sites on an India Tour are steeped in history and can be centuries old, the Lotus Temple is one of the newest sites that you will see while on your India Tour.

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Marry like a Bollywood Superstar at Planet Hollywood

Have you ever dreamt of getting married like a Celebrity? You can now realize your dream of a glamourous Bollywood Indian destination wedding and enjoy the star-like hospitality at the brand-new Planet Hollywood resort in Costa Mujeres, Cancun.

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Book a one-way flight from Vancouver to India

This week in our Cheap India Flights Blog, the big news here in Canada is the pace of the vacations has finally started to pick up! There is a large expectation that this fall will once again be busy for travel, as we are starting to see more bookings for the busy season in India.  All of this points to the fact that if you are looking for Cheap India Flights this fall and winter, now is the time to book!

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Now, you can finally travel on a direct flights from Toronto to Delhi

This week’s update for cheap India flights is very similar to what last week’s looked like.  Overall, the status of rules, regulations and flights remain the same as the previous week with one notable exception.  The government of India is now allowing travellers who have a 5-year visa or longer for India entry into the country. 

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India Gate | Memorial for Fallen Soldiers

The India Gate monument is dedicated to the fallen soldiers from the First World War and the 3rd Anglo–Afghan war.  Over 70,000 soldiers died during these two wars with the vast majority losing their life helping the British during World War 1.  India Gate was formerly known as the All India War Memorial during the reign of the British Empire, the name was changed once India gained its independence from Britain. 

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