We asked ChatGPT for the coolest Indian villages

Why should India's cities have all the fun? We asked AI chatbot to suggest us the most unique, offbeat villages India has to offer for young travelers like you.

Mawlynnong, Meghalaya

Often referred to as "Asia's Cleanest Village," this village is known for its lush greenery, living root bridges, and well-maintained cleanliness.

Khonoma, Nagaland

This Naga village is renowned for its eco-friendly & sustainable practices, and a true experience of the indigenous Naga way of life.

Hampi, Karnataka

While not exactly a village, the ancient ruins of Hampi offer quite an experience with its historic temples, boulders & striking landscapes.

Malana, Himachal Pradesh

Known for its distinct culture and the belief in ancient democratic practices, Malana is an isolated village in the Parvati Valley.

Ghanerao, Rajasthan

This quaint Rajasthani village is home to an ancient haveli and a rich cultural heritage that's off the typical tourist circuit.

Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

Ziro is famous for its lush paddy fields, music festivals, and the unique Apatani culture.

Gokarna, Karnataka

While it has gained popularity, it is still a relatively offbeat alternative to Goa, with serene beaches & laid-back atmosphere.

Bishnupur, West Bengal

This town is famous for its terracotta temples, Baluchari sarees, and the unique art and culture of the region.

Nestled in the Parvati Valley, Kasol is known for its scenic beauty, trekking trails, and vibrant Israeli culture.

Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Bundi is a picturesque town with historic step wells, painted havelis, and a relaxed, non-touristy ambiance.

Bundi, Rajasthan

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