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Southern India

Southern India

Kerala |Tamilnadu | Karnataka | Telangana |  Andhra Pradesh |

And also... Lakshadweep | Andaman and Nicobar Islands


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The rich culture of South India can only be truly experienced by participating in its festivals, savouring its cuisine, knowing its architectural heritage, experiencing the charm of its beaches and exploring its destinations. Each South Indian State has its own colourful culture consisting of several rituals and beliefs. The unique and vibrant culture of South India entices many a tourist from across the globe. The South Indian People are fully steeped into their traditions and beliefs. Be it dance, music, clothing or art and craft, South India is simply unbeatable.
The mystical dance forms of South India are famous throughout the country. Kathakali, Oppana, Kerala Natanam, Theyyam, Koodiyattam, Mohiniyattam, Bharatnatyam and Kuchipudi are the most celebrated forms of dance of South India. The South Indian music is called Carnatic music which straight away enters the heart of the music lovers... South Indian artists are highly skilled in creating marvel out of marble and stones. Dravida and Vesara style of rock architecture from Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are the two different types of rock architecture prevalent in South India.
South India is an abode of countless temples built meticulously and beautifully. Tourists from far and wide come here to explore the beauty of these temples. South Indian culture is full of festivals which are celebrated with utmost zest by the people here. Pongal, Onam, Dance and Music festival, Hampi festival and Fire Walk festival are a few festivals celebrated enthusiastically out of many.


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The South Indian Culture is essentially the celebration of the eternal universe through the celebration of the beauty of the body and femininity.

South India  tropical rain forests

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God's own country

Kerala's history is closely linked to its commerce, which until recent times revolved around its spice trade. Celebrated as the Spice Coast of India, ancient Kerala played host to travellers and traders from across the world including the Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch, French and the British. Almost all of them have left their imprint on this land in some form or the other - architecture, cuisine, literature.

With the Arabian Sea in the west, the Western Ghats towering 500-2700 m in the east and networked by forty-four rivers, Kerala enjoys diverse geographical features. Kerala is divided into three geographical regions: Highlands, which slope down from the Western Ghats on to the Midlands of undulating hills and valleys into an unbroken coastline with many picturesque backwaters, interconnected by canals and rivers. The Western Ghats are nowhere more than 120 km from the sea.


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Tamil Nadu

The world that is a combination of rich flora and fauna and nature-architected aesthetics.
A wander around the town’s magnificent architecture

Chennai is referred as gateway to South India. It may not have a Red Fort or a Marine Drive or a Victoria Memorial, but it is India’s oldest modern city. There are several temples, churches, forts, mosques, palaces and natural attractions in Chennai. It is one of the four metropolitan cities of India and is the capital of Tamilnadu. This state is famous for its beach, temples, fabrics, monuments, Carnatic music, classical dances, and food. It’s an ancient city known for its culture, trade and architecture. Chennai have its mark during the colonial times of British and French. It’s a small Asia where you can witness different kinds of people, cultures, and traditions.


"One state Many Worlds"

The state of Karnataka has a rich and ancient history. The inscriptions, monuments, coins, file and bakhairs and literary works that help you learn the history of any region. There is a time when such undocumented, only fossils are known. It was prehistoric or prehistoric.

People in Karnataka also lived in prehistoric times. Excavations at different places have revealed the life of the people of that time. Karnataka has many ancient prehistoric settlements in the ancient Stone Age, the New Stone Age, the Great Stone Age and the Iron Age. Many scholars have found prehistoric human settlements and hunting activities in the plains of Krishna, Ghataprabha, Malaprabha, Bhima, Tungabhadra and Kaveri rivers and in the foothills of some hills and hills. The tombs of the Pandavas, or the houses of Mori, are known as tombs where people buried the dead or preserved the bones of the people who were familiar with the use of cannon weapons during the Great Stone Age. These are megaliths.

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Telangana &  Andhra Pradesh

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Andhra Pradesh

The Essence of Incredible India

The study of history reveals that major portion of the southern India (Dakshina Padham) was extended by Andhra region. Several dynasties ruled over this part of the country.

Historically the earliest mention of the Andhras appeared in the Aitareya Brahmana (B.C.800).It was called Dakshina Padh during those days. Historians felt that Andhras, Pulindas, Sabaras, and many other sects lived in Dakshina Padh. But it is only in the Mauryan age that one gets historical evidence of the Andhras as a political power in the southeastern Deccan.

Megasthenese,who visited the Court of Chandragupta Maurya (B.C.322–297), mentioned that Andhra country had 30 fortified towns and an army of 1,00,000 infantry, 2,000 cavalry and 1,000 elephants. Buddhist books reveal that Andhras established their kingdoms on the Godavari belt at that time. Asoka referred in his 13th rock edict that Andhras were his subordinates.



It's all in it

'South of North and North of South,’ Telangana State has long been a meeting place for diverse languages and cultures. It is easily the best example for India’s composite culture, pluralism and inclusiveness. Located on the uplands of Deccan plateau, Telangana is the link between the North and South of India. It is thus no surprise that the region on the whole came to be known for its Ganga-Jamuna Tehzeeb and the capital Hyderabad as a ‘miniature India!’.

Geography, Polity and Economy of the region determined the culture of Telangana. Satavahanas, the earliest known rulers of the region sowed the seeds of independent and self-sufficient village economy, the relics of which can be felt even today. In the medieval times, the Kakatiya dynasty's rule, between the 11th and 14th centuries with Warangal as their capital, and subsequently the Qutub Shahis and Asafjahis, who ruled the Hyderabad state defined the culture of the region. 

'South of North and North of South,’ Telangana State has long been a meeting place for diverse languages and cultures. It is easily the best example for India’s composite culture, pluralism and inclusiveness. Located on the uplands of Deccan plateau, Telangana is the link between the North and South of India. It is thus no surprise that the region on the whole came to be known for its Ganga-Jamuna Tehzeeb and the capital Hyderabad as a ‘miniature India!’. 


 ‘A hundred thousand islands’

“Lakshadweep, the group of 36 islands is known for its exotic and sun-kissed beaches and lush green landscape.

India’s smallest Union Territory Lakshadweep is an archipelago consisting of 36 islands with an area of 32 sq km. It is a uni-district Union Territory and comprises of 12 atolls, three reefs, five submerged banks and ten inhabited islands. The islands have a total area of 32 sq km. The capital is Kavaratti and it is also the principal town of the UT. All Islands are 220 to 440 km away from the coastal city of Kochi in Kerala, in the emerald Arabian Sea. The natural landscapes, the sandy beaches, abundance of flora and fauna and the absence of a rushed lifestyle enhance the mystique of Lakshadweep.


Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Sun, Sea and Sand
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are a tropical paradise that draw visitors from far-flung places.

The sun-toasted islands of Andaman and Nicobar, around 572 in number, lie in the Bay of Bengal, off India's eastern shore. Most of these islands, of which about 28 are inhabited, are in the Andaman Group. The Nicobar Islands comprise around 22 main islands, of which, 10 are inhabited. The Andaman and Nicobar islands are separated by the 150-km-wide Ten Degree Channel, which is a water channel. Thanks to the bountiful south-west and north-east monsoons, the tropical evergreen rain forests abound in marine life, featuring rare species of plants, animals, and corals, making it an ecological paradise. As many as 270 species and sub-species of birds have been reported to live in these islands, 106 of them being endemic. The Andaman wood pigeon, Andaman padauk and dugong have been declared as State Bird, State Tree and State Animal, respectively. There are about 96 wildlife sanctuaries, nine national parks and one biosphere reserve in the islands. 

Visitors to these islands can indulge in a variety of activities ranging from water sports, trekking and island camping to nature trail and scuba diving. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands have been inhabited for several thousand years. Archaeological documented evidence goes back some 2,200 years; however, the indications from genetic, cultural and linguistic isolation studies point to habitation going back 30,000 – 60,000 years, well into the Middle Palaeolithic era. In the Andaman Islands, the various Andamanese people have maintained a separate and highly protected existence through this time, diversifying into distinct linguistic, cultural and territorial groups. The indigenous people of the Nicobar Islands have had a similarly isolated and lengthy association with the islands. There are two main groups: the Nicobarese, or Nicobari living throughout many of the islands; and the Shompen, restricted to the interior of Great Nicobar.

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