Tamil Nadu stands sandwiched between the Bay of Bengal in the East and the Eastern Ghats in the West. Tamil Nadu offers a beautiful climate during the months of September to March when the climate is at its pleasantness high.
It is the place for marvelous temple architecture, meandering coastlines, tall Gopurams, thick forests and lush hill stations. During your visit to Tamil Nadu, make sure you have a book that teaches you the basic Tamil words as in some cases a few locals do not converse in English and make sure to pack sunscreen or if you want to grab a nice, natural tan then let the lotion go.
If you want to get a taste of the local cuisine, Rice is the staple food of Tamil Nadu and you will be served rice and accompanying dishes on a traditional plantain leaf. Or if you are craving something non-Indian, many restaurants serve Chinese, Italian and American.
If you are looking to buy souvenirs to take back, Tamil Nadu has a lot of arts and craft shops that are unique in their own sense and make for great gifts
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