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With its spectacular temples, sunny coastlines, friendly fishing villages, charming hill stations, lovely wildlife parks, exquisite bronzes and art casually displayed in its crowded bazaars, beautiful hand-woven silks, women wearing colourful sarees and fragrant flowers, the deliciously aromatic flavours of traditional foods, splendid mansions, and quiet yet evocative colonial heritage…here on the tip of India’s deep south is where the waters of the three seas come together. This is Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu’s rich classical traditions of its over 2000-year old history are kept alive in its music, dance,

The Puducherry (part of union Territory of Pondicherry) is the erstwhile French town in heart of Tamil Nadu between heritage sites of Mahabalipuram and Thnajavur. Puducherry’s greatest asset is its Franco-Tamil heritage and its experiential character. History of Puducherry goes back to 1674 when The French made their base and remained till 1954. French is still an official language here and widely spoken and Puducherry even today attract French travellers arriving for a long stay during harsh winters in France. The allure of Puducherry is the seamless amalgamation

In 1989, the Tourism Department of Kerala asked an ad agency to come up with a fitting slogan to promote their state. The Creative Director of the ad agency created the phrase ‘God’s own country’. The rest, as they say, is history. Bounded by the stunning Western Ghats in the east and the Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean in the west, the enchanting coastal state is truly God’s own country. The National Geographic Traveller lists Kerala as one of the ‘10 paradises of the world’ and ‘50 must-see

Lying on India’s stunning southwestern coast, Karnataka gives you the pleasure of experiencing fabulous coasts and exhilarating hills. Host to some of India's largest and most powerful dynasties over the centuries and a melting-pot of communities and tribes, here is a state that will see you journeying across some outstanding heritage trails that carry a brilliant legacy of history, art, culture, and architecture with its temples, palaces, forts, mosques etc. You could start your tryst with nature on perhaps one of its beautiful, unspoilt beaches – Karnataka boasts one

The ‘heart of India’, Madhya Pradesh (MP) – known in ancient times as Malwa comprising the Malwa Plateau, green countryside, the Vindhyachal Hills, reserve forests and the Narmada bisecting the state where travellers arrive for architectural heritage, wildlife, temples and its offbeat character. MP is renowned for the (10th-11th century) temples of Khajuraho (UNESCO heritage site) whose carved walls depict every aspect of life – from the erotic to the divine, the ordinary to the glorious. The seat of the erstwhile Scindia royal family, Gwalior is dominated by the

Rajasthan is a regal land. Literally meaning the ‘Land of Kings’, Rajasthan has always been synonymous with valour, royalty, and honour. This is a rugged, earthy land, home to a race of fierce warriors – the mighty Rajputs, who have proved equal to the challenges of this formidable landscape. Once a conglomeration of several princely states, Rajasthan stands today as the proud inheritor of a splendid royal legacy. The Rajput kings and their nobles who ruled here, were great patrons of art, architecture, and music. In the towns of

Punjab is frontier country. Flanked by Pakistan on the west, Jammu & Kashmir on the north, Himachal Pradesh on its northeast, and Haryana and Rajasthan on the south, the state on the north-western edge of India has borne the brunt of invasions and wars through the centuries, especially the trauma of the Partition of India in 1947. And yet, the people of this fertile land have always risen and rebuilt their lives with great confidence and optimism. Today, the Punjabis are a hospitable, tenacious, generous, robust, fun-loving, dynamic, flourishing

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