Tamil Nadu

A Great Southern Land

Tamil Nadu is one of India’s 28 states located in the southernmost part of the Indian Peninsula. Its capital and largest city once named Madras is now called Chennai which is well connected by air to Australia, Singapore and other international destinations.

There are many ancient temples in Tamil Nadu, some of the most famous are in Madurai built to commemorate the ocean rise at the end of the ice age. Indian temples are not places of prayer, they are power places to help raise the human spirit.

Geographically Tamil Nadu is bound by the Eastern Ghats in the north, the Nilgiri hills, the Anamalai Hills and Palakkad in the west. The Bay of Bengal

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Coimbatore is an industrial city in the state of Tamil Nadu

Sometimes called Kovai. Sometimes known as the Manchester of South due to its extensive textile industry fed by the surrounding miles of cotton fields; Coimbatore is the second largest city and one of the wealthiest cities in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Don’t be surprised to see the latest European cars and other signs of wealth in Coimbatore alongside the poverty. Besides textiles, engineering and technology play a vital role in the economy making Coimbatore a more diverse and cosmopolitan centre than other cities in Tamil Nadu.

South India is conservative

It is not proper to hug, show affection and hold hands in the south. Women’s shoulders

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Sri Lanka

This island off the coast of south India is where you can discover golden beaches, virgin rain forests, lush green rice paddies and desert-like plains. Sri Lanka offers travelers diverse experiences and seven UNESCO World Heritage sites. But it is the hospitality of the primarily Buddhist Sri Lankan people that makes travel in Sri Lanka truly delightful.