Top 10 most beautiful villages in India

Top 10 most beautiful villages in India

‘I am speechless seeing the beauty around me…’ Mahindra Group Chairman and entrepreneur named Anand Mahindra wrote about the beautiful villages of India. He has included villages from Himachal Pradesh to Arunachal Pradesh on his bucket list. He has shared the note on Twitter mentioning which places he wants to visit. He expanded his bucket list by looking at pictures of villages in India shared on the ‘Colors of Bharat’ page.

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Kalpa, Himachal Pradesh

Kalpa is a beautiful village located in the valley of river Sutlej. The village is part of Kinnaur, one of the major districts of Himachal Pradesh. Inhabited by the Kinnauri people, this place is rich in apple orchards. The main attraction is the old-style houses and the beautiful countryside views.

Kalpa, Himachal Pradesh
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Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

Maulinong in Meghalaya is known as the cleanest and most village in Asia. This village is known as God’s own garden. Agriculture is the main source of income in Maulinong, which is part of the East Khasi Hills district.

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Kollengode, Palakkad

Kollangode is located in Palakkad district. Here you can find beautiful village atmosphere and places of historical importance. Kollangode Palace and Kachamkurishish Temple are the main attractions here. It is also a place visited by many tourists.

Kollengode, Palakkad
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Mathur, Tamil Nadu

Mathur is the fourth-ranked beautiful village in the Colors of India list. This village is located in Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu. The main attraction is the rural atmosphere without any urban inclination.

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Varanga, Karnataka

Varanga is a village in the Udupi district of Karnataka. Varanga is the main center of Jainism. The main attraction of the village is the square-style temple built in the 12th century. The beauty of the village without a drop of age will fill the mind of the visitors.

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Goke, West Bengal

The beautiful village that separates West Bengal and Sikkim. Pine forests and small rivers all around make the village very beautiful. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, fresh air, and a peaceful atmosphere, you can go to the village of Gorkhe Khole in the Darjeeling district.

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Jirang, Odisha

Jirang also has a name Chandragiri. This beautiful village is located in Gajapati district of Odisha. It is home to the largest Buddhist monastery in Eastern India. Jirang has the kind of views that will conquer anyone’s mind at a single glance. The village is situated at the foothills of Purvaghata Hills.

Jirang, Odisha
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Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro is in the Lower Subansiri district. The Apatani Cultural Landscape has been included in the provisional category of the World Heritage List. Although it is a small town, the village face has not been damaged at all.


Mana, Uttarakhand

Mana, a village in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, is located at an altitude of about 3,200 meters above sea level. The border between India and Tibet passes through this village. Badrinath Temple, Vyasa Cave, where Sage Vyasa is believed to have written the Mahabharata, is among the many sights to see here.


Khimsar, Rajasthan

Khimsar is the 10th village in the Colors of Bharat list. The sand dunes and small trees spread as far as the Noketa distance adds to the beauty of the land. One of the iconic forts of Rajasthan is located here. Khimsar Fort is believed to have been built in 1,523 AD.

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