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Mysore , Karnataka

Mysore, the city of palaces, silks, sandalwood and sweets is all about luxury and grandeur. The festival of Dussehra displays the city in a euphoric charm, illuminated until the end of the festival. It is

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Trissur, Kerala

Thrichur is the anglicised named of the Thrissur whose former name was Thrisivaperoor. The cultural capital of Kerala. The 65 acre Thekkinkadu Maidan is where the city has developed. It houses the Kerala Sangeetha Nadaka

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Cochin (Kochi), Kerala

Cochin known as the ‘Queen of Arabian Sea’ is the largest urban agglomeration in the state. Mattancherry a town in the west of Cochin was an important spice trading centre of the 14th century and

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Madurai, Tamil Nadu

Places to visit Sri Meenakshi temple is one of the most beautiful temples of South India. This 2500 year old temple dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi, a form of Parvati has major significance in Tamil Culture.

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Tanjore, Tamil Nadu

Thanjavore also called as Tanjore has most of the Great Living Chola Temples, which are UNESCO World Heritage Monuments. It is also known as the rice bowl of Tamil Nadu. South Zone Culture Centre in

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Pondicherry

Do not be surprised if the local tea vendor or the little girl selling jasmine speaks to you in French, for you are in Pondicherry. Pondicherry was a Roman Trading hub in the mid-1st century

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Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu

Mahabalipuram possess a group of monuments classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ancient Mahabalipuram was a bustling sea port since 1stCE. The Pallava dynasty changed it into a port city by 7th century. And

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Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu

Kanchipuram dubbed as the city of thousand temples is the religious capital of South India. Significant Dynasties of Pallavas, medieval Cholas, LATER Cholas, pandyas, Vijayanagara empire, Carnatic Royals and lastly  the BRITISH. All of them

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Chennai, Tamil Nadu

Chennai formerly known as Madras is the Capital of the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu and the 4th largest metro in the country. The hot and humid city’s culture is a perfect blend of

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Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh

Hyderabad has dual features, it is both a traditional city of pearls, palaces and tombs. At the same time a hi-tec city with a floating crowd and stunning Night life. The city offers myriads of

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