South India is not like the other states found in the northern side of India. The exotic region of this state remains the same through the history of India without any sort of invasions. It has an element of surprise in terms of presenting its beauty along with its coastal belts that showcase a long line of beaches, historical temples, wildlife, hills and yoga and ayurvedic medical centres. Tourists from all over the world or rather from different states like the idea of visiting South India during their holiday tours. It is one of the 1st few choices people make when it comes to planning a vacation together as a family. It is often called the paradise of tourist delicacy. It is the heart of all the traditional and cultural values and it is the only state that needs no introduction. The South Indian dances are filled with sublime expressions.
South India as a state is divided into 4 segments that include Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. Kerala as one of the states in South India has one of the most majestic pleasant places a tourist can enjoy his vacation. There are several others like Madurai, Tiruchirupuli, and Coimbatore. There are other places like Bangalore, Mangalore, Mysore, Hubli and of course there’s always Hyderabad, Vishakhapatnam and Tirupati. South India is an attractive state when it comes to its temples. Most families or religious people step foot into the state for its temples. The only temple that is often spoken about on a wide platform is the Tirupati temple. Apart from the Tirupati temple, Kerala has its Guruvayoor and Sabarimala temples. Tamil Nadu is another state has been blessed with its own array of temples that begin from the Meenakshi temple, Mahabalipuram, Kanyakumari, Kanchipuram Temple, Murugan temple and Rameshwaram temple. Karnataka is another state in the south that has its own temples that begins from the Badami cave temple and ends at the Somnathpur temple.
Air: Each state has an international and domestic airport that flies in and out of South India every day.
Train: There are direct trains to South India from places like Mumbai, Delhi, Calcutta, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
Road: There are a number of national highways that are connected with all the cities in South India. Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are the 2 neighbours that are connected by roads.
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