Cities of Maharashtra
Cities of Maharashtra showcase the vibrant work culture in the midst of sea beaches. The people here depict the colourful Maharashtrian culture that derives from the ancient Hindu Vedic culture and influenced deeply by the Maratha Empire in medieval era. The Maharashtrian Cuisine is diverse and ranges from bland to fiery hot. Pohay, Shrikhand, Pav Bhaji, Vada Pav are good examples of Maharashtrian and Gujarati cuisine.
Cities of Gujarat
Gujarat is a state with 8 largest cities in India with Rajkot, Bhuj, Gandhinagar, Lothal and Junagadh, prospered with many industries. Gandhinagar is the state capital of Gujarat, named after Mahatma Gandhi is prospered with the khadi industry while Kutchh, Dhola, Okha, Somnath and Kathiawar are popular in historical and archaeological remaining. Surat City is worldwide known for Gujarati food. The Gujarati culture is a blend of Indian culture and foreign influence. This has been influenced by the Parsis, who migrated to Gujarat from Persia about 1000 years ago. The cities and regions of Gujarat also saw Turkic and Mughal conquests. The cultural events like Rann Mahotsav, International Kite Festival and Garba festival showcases the cultural backdrop internationally.
Cities of Goa
The state with vibrant sea festivals, rock music and bright night life- Goa offers the world with Portuguese architecture, sea beaches and the lively music. It is the famous place for the hippies. Goa is divided into North Goa and South Goa, with Panaji as the capital. The places of attraction are equally distributed in all the cities of Goa. Arambol, Guirim, North Goa District, Marmagao, Ponda, Canacona and Mapusa are the popular port cities and the colonial centers of medieval era.
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