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Who doesn't wants to be on the top? I meant on top of a mountain? Or a valley? Eyeing the mesmerizing landscape around oneself. Thankfully, India has got a host of mountains, valleys, forest and so much more; beautifying its picturesque aura. The soothing chilly air at high altitude often leaves us wanting more of nature adding to your experience that is nearly impossible to forget. Experiencing nature's wonder from the top can do you some real good, so here are the five highest places in India that would inspire you to pack your bags.

Kanchenjunga
The Kanchenjunga is the 3rd highest peak in the world erect at 8586m. The mountain - obviously covered in snow - will change the way you look at the mountains and what you will experience here would stay in your heartbeat forever. The mammoth is made up of 5 peaks and looks way more dignified than what in pictures.

Khayang
Located in Ukhrul in Manipur, Khayang is one of the highest spots around at an altitude of 3114m above the sea level. The peak reeks of greenery from every corner and would captivate backpackers who seek me time around nature.

Nanda Devi
Nanda Devi is the second highest mountain in India with a height of 7816m. The peak has been closed for travelers to protect its historic importance and fragile ecosystem. However, it is still one of the most beautiful places on earth and should be appreciated for its spiritual significance.

Reo Purgyil
This is the highest peak in Himachal Pradesh located in the South end of the Zanskar Range. The peak rises above the Satluj River at 6816m and looks mesmerizing when sunkissed.

Anamudi
Anamudi is a mountain in God's own country Kerala located in the western ghats. The name Anamudi translates to 'Elephants forehead' as there is a resemblance of the mountain to an elephant's head. The peak is steep and offers a stunning sight that resembles south Indian terrain.

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