Which is the most beautiful state in India?

Answer by Jubanashwa Mishra:

First I thought it’s Kerala, when I spent a night in Alleppey boat house

But soon it changed to Tamilnadu, when I saw the greenish water of Rameswaram

Then Karnataka, when I saw the beautiful Mysore palace

Then Andhra Pradesh, when I look at the Tirupati temple

Telangana, When I did boating inside the Hussain Sagar Lake, Hyderabad

Then Odisha, when I had Mahaprasad at Puri Jagannath temple

Then Jharkhand, @ Hundru Fall

Then a bigger fall at Chitrakote, Chattisgarh

My quest for waterfall ends at Dhuandhar, Madhya Pradesh

West Bengal became my favorite when I enjoyed Durga Puja of Kolkata

Gradually I entered into the north east, fell in love with Sikkim

This is what I was looking for @ Tawang Monastery, Arunachal Pradesh

Fell in love with Nagaland once knowing about Horn Bill Festival

Then Manipur, once I learnt about world war II cemetery, Imphal

Then Mizoram when I saw the beautiful churches

Then Tripura when I travelled in a meter gauge train

Meghalaya, when I came across the village Mawlynnong

I enjoyed the fish through out Assam, Thanks to Brahmaputra river

Fell in love with peace when I reached Bodhgaya, Bihar

Uttar Pradesh became my favorite, After seeing Ganga Aarti in Varanasi

Soon it changed to Goa, Once I came across the the beautiful beaches

Then Maharashtra once reached the maximum city, Mumbai

Then Gujarat once looking at the mesmerizing Rann of Kutch

Rajasthan became my favorite when I looked at the beautiful palaces

Haryana I got to know the root of Mahabharata at Kurukshetra

Punjab when I saw glittering sarovar of Golden temple, Amritsar

Uttarakhand when I passed by the serpentine trail of Mussorrie

Himachal, When I reached top of the Triund Hill

Finally when I crossed miles to reach Leh Ladakh, Jammu & Kashmir: I already realized that the whole India is beautiful, not just any single state.

Which is the most beautiful state in India?

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