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South India Travel Guide

South India Travel welcomes the tourists to experience the untouched delightful South by invasions throughout its history.

This is a land of the devout where new wonders await. India is the land to travel to, a heaven of tourism delights, a civilization to tour through.

Tourists come to South India Travel for its wealth of sights, cultural exuberance, diversity of terrain and in search of that special something, an extra punch that only India promises and delivers.

Teeming with over a billion people who voice over a million concerns in fifteen hundred different languages all over India, South India is where people live with variety, thrive on diversity and are too familiar with largeness to let it boggle them.

Mud huts and mansions face off across city streets. Lurid luxury and limp living are inhabitants of the same lane.

South India is a geographic and linguistic-cultural region of India. Geographically, South India traditionally includes the entire Indian Peninsula south of the Satpura and Vindhya ranges and Narmada River, encompassing the Deccan plateau, the Eastern and Western Ghats, and the coasts between the Ghats and the sea.

India's Great Divide is the Vindhya Mountains. They run from east to west, separating the fertile river valley of the Ganges called the Ganga, from the Deccan Plateau which occupies much of the peninsula of India.

The South India's coastal plains are backed by the mountains rimming the wedge of the Deccan plateau. On these plains lie the best beaches in South India Travel. On the rimming mountains, the Western and Eastern Ghats are the tea, coffee and spice lands.

Beyond these mountains, in the wedge shaped plateau, are great old cities supported by rich farm lands and a culture that has its roots in the almost historical Kumari Continent from where, they claim, civilization spread across the world. The south is gracious, graceful, Old India.

Bordered on the west by Arabian Sea and on the east by Western Ghats famous for the abundance of flora and fauna is Kerala.

The enchanting land of silky beaches, tranquil backwaters, lush green dense forests and picturesque mountains, clean, green and keen to be seen make South India Travel unsurpassed and bright.

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