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                                                                                                                      South India


South India is rich in temples of varied architectural elights, but its not only all temples. The hill stations of south india are equally charming as its beaches and temples. Kodaikanal, Coonoor, Kotagiri, Yelagiri, Yercuad, and Udagamandalam boast some of the stunning landscapes in India. If you are a wildlife enthusiast, Tamil Nadu, has a lot to offer you. It has some of the finest wildlife sanctuaries of India like Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Annamalai Wildlife Sanctuary and many more. The Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary is world-famous for its elephant populations, which can be seen moving in large herds,sometimes numbering into hundreds. They come out as if to put up a show for you exclusively! Tigers, the patriarch of jungles, can also be spotted in the parks and wildlife sanctuaries of Tamil Nadu in the man-made natural habitat. The state also has a number of important eco-tourism destinations of India, including the famous Pitchavaram Mangrove Forests in Chidambaram. Even if you skip wildlife hill stations promise you the unique combination of thrill and relaxation. Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station located in the Palani hills of Tamil Nadu. Kodai with its small settlement and picturesque natural beauty is still unspoilt by the ravages of urbanization. Situated at an altitude of 2133 meters above sea level, this place enjoys a pleasant climate and temperature drops further in the winter.

Kerala
On the southwestern coast of India, almost touching the tip of the peninsula, Kerala occupies the region known as the Malabar Coast. Kerala known as God's own country is famous for its greenery, beaches and backwaters. It has a perfect warm and salubrious climate replete with many resorts and hotels and most importantly a peaceful and friendly people. The influence of Jews, Arabs, Syrians, Portuguese, Chinese, Dutch, French and the English has enriched the indigenous culture, leaving their eternal signatures on the exhausted walls of survival. People are wealthier, healthier, better educated, which gives this palm fringed land an extra edge over other places of tourist interest in India.
Flanked by the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats the heights of Munnar meet the clouds on the east. Lush mountains and hair-pin curves tumble down to spice plantations and evergreen backwaters and inland waterways of Alleppey and Kochi. Growing rice, coconut, tea, coffee, and the spices pepper, cardamom, cashew which the Malabar Coast has traded for centuries. Fishing is another mainstay.With colourful festivals snakeboat races, cuisines to match every taste bud and a place to enjoy relaxing and healing massages it is not surprising that National Geographic listed Kerala as a must see destination of the world.

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Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu is located along the southeastern coast of India, all the way down to the Indian peninsula's southernmost point where the Bay of Bengal, the Arabian Sea, and the Indian Ocean meet (in Kanyakumari town). Tamil Nadu shares borders with Kerala in the west, Karnataka in the northwest and Andhra Pradesh in the north. Its coastal region along the Bay of Bengal is called the Coromandel Coast. To the north lie the Eastern Ghats hill range and to the west the Nilgiri and Annamalai hill ranges.
The picturesque Nilgiris have a number of hill spots like Udhagamandalam (Ooty), Conoor, as also the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary. A large region of the state is a fertile plain fed by rivers, mainly Kaveri and Vaigai. Big cities like Chennai or Coimbatore are centres of manufacturing and services sector industries. Chennai (known as Madras till 1996) is the capital of Tamil Nadu. It is one of India's four metro cities, and one of its biggest, with a population of over four million. Founded in 1640 by the British, its attractions include historic examples of colonial architecture. It is one of the main harbours in India and has a few beaches, the most popular being the Marina Beach. Tamil people are proud of their traditions: their language Tamil, which is a classical language going back two millennia, their culture of classical Carnatic music concerts, and also their huge Tamil cinema industry. For the visitor, Tamil Nadu is a land most known for its monumental ancient Hindu temples. The temples have a distinct Dravidian style of architecture and are recognisable by their towering carved gateways called Gopurams. The towns of Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, Kanchipuram, Chidambaram and Thanjavur are among the important temple towns.
The 11th-century Brihadisvara Temple in Thanjavur and the Meenakshi temple in Madurai, built over many centuries starting in the 7th, are the most famous. The coastal town of Mamallapuram is known for its rock-cut temples and sculptures. Pongal (in January) is Tamil Nadu's most important festival, a celebration of harvest season. Chitirai, the Tamil New Year, is celebrated in mid-April.