South India

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South India

South India has a plethora of historical wonders intertwined with the culture and tradition. Once home to the Vijayanagar empire, Hampi is now a UNESCO world heritage site where ruins of the ancient empire and culture can be seen. The metropolitan, Silicon Valley of India gives a cozy weather to ride around the city and experience the Bangalore Days. It flourishes in both Hindustani and Carnatic music. Even the roars of the Royal Bengal Tigers are quiet distinct in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. The earliest known literature in South India is the Sangam Literature in Tamil signifying its roots in ancient India. This state hosts the beaches of Chennai, the hill stations of Ooty, the pines of Kodaikanal, the ancient Indian civilization of Mahaballipuram and the sunsets at Kanyakumari. The beautiful purple-blue colored flowers Neel Kurinji, flowering once every 12 years give this name to the Nilgiris. South India ensures you get the best of all.

South India is an incredible land known for its rich cultural heritage. It is among the most culturally rich region of India. Travel to South India and explore and experience its rich culture by participating in its fairs and festivals, gorge on its delicious cuisine, browsing its handicrafts and visiting its ancient temples and monuments. There are several states in South India region and all of them offer their own wonderful culture and attractions.

The State of Tamil Nadu, situated in the southern part of the Indian Peninsula has over 20 centuries of cultural heritage and historic significance. The foremost of attractions in the state are its impressive temples, which are true edifices of a great and ancient culture vibrant and lively even today. Next only to the pilgrimage and heritage locations in Tamil Nadu comes the scenic beauty of nature in and around the state in the form of forests, wildlife sanctuaries, hill stations and the long bio-diverse coastline. These locations provide immense opportunities for sightseeing, pleasure and leisure, to the visitors of various categories including adventure tourists. The Kanyakumari town, at India’s southernmost tip, a beautiful site for ritual sunrises. The Brihadeeswara temple in Tanjavur ia an exemplary example Dravidan Culture. There are much more small and big places which acts like a full meal menu for heritage tourism and visitors who are visiting Tamil Nadu especially to south Tamil Nadu.

The geography and landscape of Karnataka is such that it serves as an ideal destination for diverse and enthralling tourist locations and landmarks. Located in the midst of Western Ghats, Deccan Plateau and Kannad Coast, Karnataka is home to various forests, beaches, waterfalls, coffee plantations, lakes and all the bounties of nature. Bangalore is the most cosmopolitan city in India. It is a melting pot that is home to people from different backgrounds, cultures and skills. Get as close as you can to natural wildlife in Bandipur National Park. Perfect haven for animal lovers who want to get engrossed in the sights and sounds of the forest. Get as close as you can to natural wildlife in Bandipur National Park. Perfect haven for animal lovers who want to get engrossed in the sights and sounds of the forest. Mysore is one of the very few cities who has managed to maintain its old world charm. There are plenty of impressive palaces, museums, temples and imposing heritage structures to marvel in Mysore. Shivanasamudra water falls, located in the Mandya district of Karnataka is a splendid sight to see especially in the monsoon months. Belur, located on the banks of the Yagachi river is the erstwhile capital of Hoysala empire. Due to this rich history surrounding this town, it consists of various temples with marvelous architecture and perfectly crafted sculptures.