The distinctive culture of South India sets it as an attractive tourist destination. Each state of South India is rich in cultural heritage and from the time immemorial; they are trying their best to retain their rich iety. The serenity in the ambience of the South is mesmerizing. Whether it is a palace or the coastal areas everywhere one can witness a picturesque view. Here are some of the best destinations for your visit.
This temple is one of the largest running Hindu Temples in the world in terms of area, legend and history. It is located on an island in the river Cauvery Tamil Nadu. It has been invaded many times by the Muslim and European invaders. It occupies an area of 631,000m2 4,116m. The temple remarks chivalry of the different dynasties like Chola, Pandya, Hoysala and Vijayanagar, who ruled this part between 9th and 16th century AD. The temple has 21 towers including 1000 pillared hall with sculptures of riding horses.
Located in port city Mangalore, Kappu beach is surrounded by beautiful greenery from all sides. It is popularly known for an old lighthouse, which remains open for some scheduled time during day. It offers a wonderful view of the whole beach which is mesmerizing.
It is a thousand year old monolithic statue of Saint Gomateshwara reaching a height of 57 ft atop the Vindhyagiri of Doddabetta in Karnataka. This huge rock cut statue is the most outstanding among all Jaina works of art. The shoulders of this statue are broad and arms stretch straight down. The figure has no support from the thigh upwards, which is surprising
Hampi, a village in northern Karnataka, is known for its famous temple sand monuments with splendid architectural decor. Temples of this city are renowned for their large dimensions, flowery ornamentation, daring and classic carvings, grand pillars, impressive pavilions depicting subjects from the great Indian epics. with a perimeter of