India has always been a hub of learning and education bringing light to the world. The strength of India in the world of education, research and innovation can be gauged from the fact that nearly every top MNC’s CEO is an Indian. The country’s magnetic pull in education field will further strengthen with the coming of New Education Policy, 2020. India has always been the cradle of knowledge and culture. History quotes that Nalanda University library had 9 million books. Technological innovations made by the education industry of the nation have put India in the front league of preferred education destinations. The country offers a welcoming atmosphere, a friendly approach, presence of multi-national companies keen to give jobs to talented youth and a large percentage of English speaking population that helps international students feel at home. Every year, nearly 50,000 international students come to India in pursuit of learning and education; this number is projected to reach 2,00,000 by the year 2023 because of liberalised and regulatory systems introduced in NEP 2020.
Rishikesh is one of the famous tourist and spiritual destinations in the Himalayan range of India. It is the place with divine vibes attracting large number of foreign tourists who come here for yoga practice, meditations and learning Ayurveda. A trip to Rishikesh is incomplete without experiencing the Ganga white water rafting. Adventure lovers can also enjoy bungee jumping in Rishikesh which is quite a craze for the youth these days.
Shimla is 165 kms away from Mullana and you can reach this beautiful city either by taking a toy train from Kalka or via Road in nearly 4 hours. Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh has colonial charms and would remind you of Europe owing to its British style architecture. You can enjoy a walk on the Mall Road or play golf in Naldehra, or embark on an evening trip to admire the beauty of Shimla Church, Ridge and other colonial buildings and famous hotels.
Mussoorie is nearly 160 kms away from Mullana and you can reach this beautiful Himalayan hill station in 4 hours when going by your own vehicle. Mussoorie has many tourist spots to engage wandering souls. You can play a half day trip to Kempty Fall, go for a trekking trip to Cloud’s End or take ropeway trip to Gun Hill. Mussoorie also has a few options for those who want to indulge in adventure sports – you can go for paragliding and trekking in this hill station.
A perfect weekend trip can be planned to Renuka Hills to admire the beauty of Renuka Ji Lake which is an offbeat religious as well as aesthetic destination in Himachal Pradesh. The weather is pleasant here all the year round. Renuka Ji is definitely once a lifetime visit for all those who are in love with Nature. And it is just 90 kms away from Mullana and you can reach the lake in just two and half hours drive.
Sahastra Dhara in Dehradun is a beautiful water body that attracts millions of tourists every year. It is a very popular attraction in the state of Uttarakhand. Sahastra Dhara is in the picturesque town of Dehradun which offers many adventure and fun activities. Dehradun is 137 kms away from MMDU, Mullana and you can reach this colonial town in Uttarakhand in nearly 3-hours drive.
Kurukshetra is one of the most popular spiritual destinations in North India. It is the land where famous iconic war Mahabharata was fought. You can go for a holy dip in Brahma Sarovar, check out the Sri Krishna museum and see the Jyotisar Birthplace of Bhagwad Gita. There is a Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre for the curious minds. Kurukshetra also has Sheikh Chehli Mausoleum and Kalpana Chawla Memorial Planetarium. And it is just 54 kms away from Mullana. You can reach Kurukshetra in less than an hour when going by your own vehicle.