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Friendly nature of the people Situated on the southernmost region of India is the four states that make up South India. It comprises of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Pondicherry and Karnataka. Often South Indians are praised for their welcoming nature. They are down to Earth and follow the famous Vedic saying “Atithi Devo […]

Hidden secrets in the Sri Padmanabha swamy temple The richest temple in the world, the Sri Padmanabha swamy temple located in Trivandrum in Kerala is a temple filled with mysteries and wonders. In recent years this temple has been the talk in news owing to the vast treasures that were found inside six vaults in […]

Many inscriptions and sculptures in the mountain of Rock fort that have passed the test of time indicate that the region was once a flourishing land for Jainism where deformed sculptures of Tirthankara are found to be carved on a rock bed known as Sarukku Parai in Rock fort. As one of the world’s oldest […]

There are so many tourist attractions around the world, but Kerala is one such place that every tourist want to hit. Kerala receives swarms of visitors every year because unlike other tourist destinations that are seasonal, Kerala is a unique place that has something for every type of travelers and can be visited throughout the […]

The annual fiesta celebrated in a very pomp manner across India is the Festival of Lights called Diwali !! This is the religious festival icon of the country. As per the Hindu legends, Diwali is the day when the Demon King Naragasura was killed. To symbolize the victory of Good over the Evil, Diwali is […]

Have you ever been to the coastal town #Kulasekarapattinam or Kulasai in Tuticorin district in the South Indian state #Tamil Nadu? If you are a travel enthusiast or a photo fanatic or looking for something unique, then Kulasekarapattinam can be the ideal choice for you. you can witness many wonders unfolding in front of your […]

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  The entire country wears a festive look after the sanctimonious Mahalaya Amavasya, the auspicious No Moon day during September – October every year. The Nine days following the Mahalaya Amavasya is popularly known as Navratri or Dussehra. It is interesting to know that Goddess Durga is the epicenter of these nine days celebrations. The […]

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This is Intense! India we know is a land blessed with pure natural beauty. The mountains, serene sea sides, brilliant architectures, India has everything a traveller looks for an exotic holiday. However, India is not all about beautiful landscapes and mouth drooling cuisine. It is a mysterious land which could at times bewilder you with […]

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Have you ever seen the picture of a God with a potbelly, long trunk and big years, having a small mouse as his vehicle in contrast to His hefty shape? Lord Ganesha, popularly called as Lord Vinayaka or Pillayar is believed to be the son of Lord Shiva as per the Hindu Mythology. Lord Ganesh […]

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Popularly known as Krishna Jayanthi, Gokulashtami is a festival celebrated in a grand manner in india to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna. Gokulashtami is the common name in South India, whereas it is called as Janmashtami in Northern parts of the country. This year, Janmashtami falls on 2nd September in Tamil Nadu and 3rd […]

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