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Jaipur Dharamsala Palampur
With its 13 million inhabitants, India's capital is a mix of old and new and spreads over a huge area. The city is divided in two parts: Old Delhi with its pulsating life through the crowded bazaars - and New Delhi, India's modern capital, with green boulevards, large office blocks, the parliament etc.

Delhi is a palimpsest, bearing the complexities, the contradictions, the beauty and the dynamism of a city where the past coexists with the present. Many dynasties ruled from here and the city is rich in the architecture of its monuments. Diverse cultural elements absorbed into the daily life of the city have enriched its character. Exploring the city can be a fascinating and rewarding experience....
Jaipur, Dharamsala and Palamur.
Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan is also known as "the pink city", since it was painted pink to honour the British prince Albert, who came on an official visit in 1853. The city boasts many examples of impressive architecture and is surrounded by magnificent landscapes.

In the centre of Jaipur you will find the architectural wonder Hawa Mahal, (palace of the winds) once a harem watching post, as well as the Jantar Ma`ntar observatory, founded by Jai Singh in 1728. Jaipur is 262 kilometers from New Delhi. The area is at its best from October to March.
Dharamsala is a city in northern Indian state "Himachal Pradesh". Mcleod Ganj, a village within Dharamshala municipality, is the home of the Dalai Lama and the exiled Tibetan government. There are approximatively 20.000 inhabitants.
Palampur is also located in the state of in the state of Himachal Pradesh. This town is surrounded on all sides by tea gardens and pine forests before they merge with the Dhauladhar ranges. Abundance of water and proximity to the mountains has endowed it with mild climate. The town has derived its name from the local word "pulum', meaning lots of water.

Palampur is at the confluence of the plains and the hills and so the scenery shows the contrast the plains on one side and the majestic snow covered hills on the other side. Behind this town stands high ranges of Dhauladhar Mountains, whose tops remain snow covered for most part of the year. There are good possibilities for trekking in this area.
If you prefer to discover the South of India you can volunteer in the states of Karnataka (southwest) Tamil Nadu (south) or Andhra Pradesh (southeast).

Your stay begins in Bangalore, in the south of India, called "Garden City", because of the many green areas, parks, lakes and wide boulevards. This is India's most progressive city, always developing. Bangalore is known for its important industries and scientific research facilities. Here you can find fast-food restaurants, yuppie bars and trendy nightclubs.

The houses are a clash of handsome new buildings and old run-down shacks. Almost everywhere in Bangalore decay and dilapidation, chaos, junk and mess assault the eye of the visitor. The more than six million inhabitants of Bangalore include employees of modern companies and young IT students alongside the deep poverty of sprawling slums.

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