27th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC2024)

“Secure 6G – AI Nexus: Where Technology Meets Humanity”

17-20 November 2024
Sharda University, Greater Noida (NCR-Delhi), India

27th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications (WPMC 2024)

“Secure 6G – AI Nexus: Where Technology Meets Humanity”

Sharda University, Greater Noida (NCR-Delhi), India

Visiting Places near Sharda University

Delhi - "The Capital City of India"

The capital of India, Delhi is a cosmopolitan city with a historic old Delhi and the modern New Delhi. From historical monuments to crowded shopping malls, from an extensive network of the modern metro system to Delhi University campus, Delhi has multiple personalities and is considered to be the city with a heart. Take time to explore historical monuments such as the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, Humayun's Tomb and Purana Qila if you want to explore the Mughal History. Delhi has famous temples scattered all across the city, a few noteworthy ones being the Akshardham Temple, the Lotus Temple (also known as the Bahai Temple), and the ISKON Temple.

People in Delhi love to eat, and tourists will find themselves spoilt for choice between the multitude of dishes on offer at every corner of every street. From kebabs and tikkas to Chhole Bhature, Delhi is a melting pot of diverse cultures, and this fact is reflected in the culinary palette of the city. There are a number of cafes and restaurants for the travellers.

Central Delhi is the concentration of the country's political power, and the must-visit places here include the Connaught Place,  drive from outside of Rashtrapati Bhawan on Raisina Hill (visitors are not allowed to go inside), the Rajpath, and the India Gate. The best place to visit this area is in the evening, as all the buildings are lit up, and you can see the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate shining brightly

Vrindavan - 117 kilometres from Noida

Vrindavan is a city in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is located in the Mathura district. The place is located at a distance of round 12 km from Mathura, which according to Hinduism, is considered to be the birth place of Lord Krishna. It is believed that Lord Krishna has spent most of his childhood days in Vrindavan. It is one of the most holy towns in the country for the followers of Vaishnavism tradition of Hinduism and has several temples.

Mathura - 125 kilometres from Noida

India is a country where people of every religion co-exist. One of those religions and the most dominant of all is the Hindu religion. The Hindu religion is very deep-rooted within various sects of this religion. This makes them take trips to spiritual places and find the peace and spiritual solace that they have been trying to find. One such place is Mathura. It is about 150 kilometres from Delhi and is known to be the birthplace of Lord Krishna. There...

Manikaran - 160 kilometres from Noida

Manikaran is located in the Parvati Valley in the state of Himachal Pradesh in the Kullu district. It is a small town that lies on the banks of the Parvati River and is located at a distance of around 35 km from Kullu and attracts a large number of tourists every year due to its pilgrim centers for Hindus and Sikhs. The town has several temples of Rama, Krishna and Vishnu, and a gurudwara.

Kurukshetra - 161 kilometres from Noida

There are some trips which are meant not just to entertain oneself or to break the monotony of daily life rather they are meant to be one with the true history of India, swamped oneself into the cultures of past and get an insight into the beginning of something great. Kurukshetra, a city in the state of Haryana is counted among one of the greatest pilgrimage sites. The place is located around 170km north from Delhi .

Haridwar - 171 kilometres from noida

An eight year old or an eighty year old, Haridwar is a place where all, irrespective of their caste, creed, religion, status, age, gender or views, can feel the tranquility that touches the mind and the soul. Haridwar is a historic, medieval city in the Haridwar district of Uttarakhand, India. Regarded as one of the seven most holiest places of India, 

Rishikesh - 189 kilometres from noida

One of the most beautiful and spiritual places in the country, Rishikesh is situated in the foothills of Himalayan ranges in North India. Known to be the Gateway to Garhwal Himalayas, with mesmerizing views to the Himalayan ranges, Rishikesh is situated in the convergence of the holy Ganga and Chandrabhaga rivers. A journey to the Himalayas is one of the most refreshing and rejuvenating experiences and a visit to Rishikesh is sought out to be a soul see...

Jhunjhunu - 198 kilometres from noida

An antiquated town in the province of Rajasthan, Jhunjhunu is a standout amongst the most dynamic areas of the desert state. The empty havelis deliberately engraved design which the landmarks gladly put to a travellers' presentation, everything has stories to intrigue voyagers and exceptional history devotees. It is one of the most seasoned chronicled focuses in recent hundreds of years.

Pauri Garhwal - 203 kilometres from noida

Pauri Garhwal is situated at a rise of 1814 m above sea level on the northern slants of Kandoliya hills, Pauri is the headquarter of the region Pauri Garhwal and the Garhwal Division. Loaded up with spots of a tourist attraction, most areas in Pauri offer an amazing perspective on the snow-loaded Himalayan magnificence.

Sikar - 243 kilometres from noida

Sikar is a city found in the midway connecting Agra and Bikaner on the National Highway 52, in the state of Rajasthan, India. Sikar is an ancient town housing several aged Havelis. Cautiously positioned in the protection of enormous walls with seven entry gates to the town, Sikar is a good getaway for strolling around and gaping at spectacular forts and temples constructed with finesse. The fortresses, mansions and Havelis built with fascinating skill a...

Nanakmatta - 243 kilometres from noida

Nanakmatta is an old town located in the state of Uttarakhand. It is named after the Sikh pilgrimage place, Gurdwara Nanak Mata Sahib. The town is linked to Guru Nanak Dev and Guru Hargobind. It is located on the banks of Deoha river, which has since been checked into a dam called Nanak Sagar. It is believed that Guru Nanak, the first Sikh Guru toured this region to have a peaceful meditation. Thousands of pioneers visit here throughout the year.

Mukteshwar - 244 kilometres from noida

Taking you a step closer to the Himalayas, this quaint little town in Nainital, Uttarakhand, is the dreamiest of places. Mukteshwar sits high at the Kumaon Hills offering you a breathtaking view of the Himalayan ranges. This sleepy town with its unspoiled beauty bears the Nanda Devi which is India's second-highest peak. There may not be many places to visit in Mukteshwar but one can always appreciate the surroundings that are lush with orchards of plum...

Rudra Prayag - 246 kilometres from noida

Lying on the confluence of the two most pious rivers which make Ganga what it is, Alaknanda and Mandakini, Rudraprayag truly is a gift from nature. Such confluences are very rare, but India has the privilege of having quite a few of them. There are quite a few things which make a place a good tourist place including hills and valleys, snow-capped mountains, legendary rivers, green forests and there are very very rare places which have the fortune of hav...

Solan - 259 kilometres from noida

Situated on the Punjab-Himachal Border, Solan lies on the lower slopes of the Himalayas and is a greater amount of a modern town with different businesses. The spot got its name from the Hindu Goddess Sholoni Devi, who is likewise the principal divinity of the region. The whole district is encompassed with thick backwoods and high mountains. Solan is an all the more relaxed hill station perfect for explorers looking only some time away from city surge.

Uttarkashi - 260 kilometres from noida

One of the most important pilgrimage sites for Hindus, Uttarkashi is a serene and picturesque town tucked into the hilly regions of Uttarakhand. Being one of the most visited pilgrimage sites in the country, Uttarkashi gives you an out of the world spiritual experience. Home to two of the four Shrines of Hindu mythology, amidst picturesque landscapes, spiritual heritage and ancient glow, Uttarkashi is one of the most revered destinations in the country....

Abbott Mount - 282 kilometres from noida Best Time: March-November

A curious old town, where one can feel and observe the appeal of the past periods of time through a wonderful church and 13 confined bungalows dabbed over the slope is the Abbott Mount. Mount Abbott is a spot that has not changed much since it was built up in the twentieth century by a British specialist John Harold Abbott. Roasted at a rise of 6400 feet over the ocean level, it offers some bewitching perspectives on snow clad Himalayas

Yamunotri - 291 kilometres from noida

Arranged in the midst of the Garhwal Himalayas, Yamunotri in the territory of Uttarakhand is normally presented with bounteous magnificence and appeal. At a drifting height of 3293 meters, Yamunotri lies nearby the Indo-Chinese fringe and is enclosed by the grandiose crests on all sides. One of the holiest focuses on the Hindu pantheon, this hallowed dwelling place is the Asti muni brag of such a significant number of unparallel vistas of nature.

Kedarnath - 291 kilometres from noida

Best Time: May to June and September to October A small town in Rudraprayag district of Uttarakhand, Kedarnath one of the famous pilgrim destinations in India. It is known as the Chota Char Dham that includes the other Dhams, Badrinath, Gangotri, and Yamunotri. It lies at an altitude of 3553 m near Chorabari Glacier, the head of river Mandakini. It is the most remote of the four Char Dham sites and is flanked by breathtaking snow-clad peaks. Kedarnath is named after King Kedar.

Pithoragarh - 300 kilometres from noida

Pithoragarh is a little urban town, situated in the state of Uttarakhand. The place is always clamoring with visitors, which is a prime case of the crude excellence of nature and is regularly affectionately alluded to as the 'Little Kashmir'. A door to Himalayan Range, this town additionally fills in as the stopover for travelers on their approach to Kailash Mansarovar. Arranged in a wonderful Soar valley and flanked by Nepal in the east and Tibet in th...

Gangotri - 309 kilometres from noida

Gangotri, the origin of River Ganga and the seat of goddess Ganga, is located in Uttarakhand, it is 300 km from Dehradun and near the Indo-Tibetan outskirt. Aside from its religious importance, Gangotri is additionally wonder of nature. Waterway Ganga begins from the Gangotri ice sheet and is known as Bhagirathi till it converges with Alaknanda at Devaprayag. From Devprayag, it is known as Ganga. Gangotri is the birthplace of the holy waterway Ganges

Badrinath - 317 kilometres from noida

Blessed with the background of a pristine beauty and flanked at both sides by the mesmerizing Nar and Narayan Mountains, with the majestic Neelkanth Peak in its backdrop, the enchanting valley of Badrinath is one of the holiest Hindu pilgrimage destination. Situated at the bank of river Alaknanda in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, Badrinath is a part of the ‘Chota Char Dham’ which is one of the important pilgrimage journey, done by the Hindus.

Ajmer - 358 kilometres from noida

Located at the centre of the Indian state Rajasthan, Ajmer is the gateway to Pushkar, one of the most important pilgrimage place for Hindu Religion. Surrounded by Aravali Mountain Ranges, Ajmer can be counted to be the representation of Indian ethnic culture with a perfect blend of community, religion, heritage and traditions that coexist and flourish in harmony.

Kullu - 376 kilometres from noida

Kullu often coupled with Manali doesn't get as much attention as its other half. But it is an integral part of Himachal and for all the right reasons. It has all it takes to be a perfect weekend getaway- snow-clad majestic mountains, a beautiful flowing river, gushing with all its might, high on musical notes all along the way, thick forest cover full of deodar and pine, stretch of moors which are full of snow for one half of the year.

Bikaner - 400 kilometres from noida

Bikaner is a north Indian state of Rajasthan, which is situated east of the border with Pakistan. It's encompassed by the Thar Desert. The city will enchant you with the camels rambling in its stunning sand dunes and enthral you with its antiquated castles and fortresses. Appropriately designated as one of the three prominent sand areas of Rajasthan, the dazzling city brags of timeless grace, luxuriant Havelis and represents a gratifying olden age

Kangra - 404 kilometres from noida

Kangra is a beautiful town situated in the western part of the province of Himachal Pradesh, in the northern district of India, it is 18 km south of Dharamshala. Settled in the Kangra Valley between Dhauladhar Range and Shivalik Range, this city overlooks the Banganga River. It is additionally also known as Dev Bhumi, which implies the ' Abode of Gods'. Explorers can visit different colourful tourist goals at Kangra

Amritsar - 415 kilometres from noida

Amritsar, literally a Pool of Nectar, derives its name from Amrit Sarovar, the holy tank that surrounds the splendid Golden Temple. Guru Ramdas, the fourth Guru of the Sikh faith, founded Amritsar in 1579. The 400-year-old city of Amritsar is the most important seat of Sikh history and culture. One of the most poignant memorials of free India, Jallianwala Bagh is also located in the city. The Wagah Border, one of the most

Dharamsala - 416 kilometres from noida

Dharamsala, formerly known as Bhagsu, is located in the state of Himachal Pradesh. It falls in the Kangra district. The city has been selected as one of the hundred smart cities under the Smart Cities Mission, by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Dharamsala is the second capital of Himachal Pradesh along with Shimla.