Inside the fort a museum and two temples frequented by colorful sari-wearing women like this group call to attention one of the unique things about tourism in India. Despite having numerous world class sights to its name, India's destinations are not overrun by foreigners like in other places of the world, but its own nationals appreciating their own heritage.
(Photo and caption by Thushan Amarasiriwardena / LongJaunt.com)
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