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Lakshadweep, previously known as the Laccadives, is a bunch of islands located around 400 km away from India's western coast, within the Arabian Sea. They are the only coral atolls that India has, and geologically belong to the same chain as the Maldives.

Lakshadweep is the smallest union territory of India. The literal meaning of the name is "a hundred thousand islands" in Sanskrit (laksha meaning lakh [100,000] and dweep meaning island). There are 10 inhabited islands, 17 uninhabited ones, attached islets, 4 newly formed islets and 5 submerged reefs contained here.

This place is among the most attractive destinations for you to visit in the duration of your holidays. The exotic marine life, the beautiful villages, the tourist resorts along with the towering mosques serves as a great appeal for tourists.

December through May, when the area is drier and cooler, is the peak season for tourism. May through September sees the maximum monsoon. However, the northeast monsoon that arrives in October and lasts till November is also pretty wet.


Madurai (previously known as Madura) is a city in Tamil Nadu, the second largest. Situated along the banks of Vaigai River, this place has seen a lot of settlement in the last two millennia. This has a place in the list of the oldest incessantly occupied cities of the world. It used to be the capital city of the Pandyan kingdom. It was originally at Korkai but was later shifted to Koodal within the rule of Nedunj Cheliyan I.

Madurai is very popular for the temples here that were built by Madurai Nayak and Pandyan kings using architecture of the Dravidian style. The city is also a very famous hub for the Hindu pilgrims of India. Known as the City of Junction (Koodal nagaram), Temple city (Koil maanagar), City of Jasmine (Malligai maanagar), City of four junctions (Naanmada koodal) and City that never sleeps (Thoonga nagaram), this place is a beloved amongst many.

Madurai is a very ancient city in our country. It had the Pandya kings ruling it for the greater part of its history. This place is also very famous for its rich cultural heritage and the promotion of Tamil language via "Sangams". Madurai has been known to exist since around 4th century B.C. As a result, it has gained mention in ancient Greek, Arab and Roman texts. The center of the city boasts the infamous Meenakshi Amman temple. There are many such popular temples in and near this city. The "Maha Kumbabhishekam" is usually executeed in the temple at least once in 14 years. The temple displays loads of commendable sculptures over the gopurams and also inside its grounds. You will surely love the "yaali", which is a fabled creature akin to a dragon, over the pillars that can be found in the temple’s 'pragaram'. Keep an eye on the ceiling to witness the legendary works of art over it. Madurai is a very important transportation point for voyagers bound south. It is also a commercial hub.


Also referred to as Bengaluru, Bangalore is the capital city of Karnataka. It is the third-largest city in India as far as population is concerned with a population estimated to be more than 8,425,970 million as per the data of 2011.According to a survey conducted not long ago by the global HR consultancy Mercer, this city gained the maximum votes for the most livable city in India after beating cities such as Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai to the chase. It has a rank of 12 in India as far as cleanliness is concerned.

Bangalore no longer boasts epithets such as the "Garden City of India" and the "Pensioner's Paradise", ever since it saw urbanization and the green spaces got replaced by huge cooperatives. Famously known as the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore is referred to as the hub of India's IT industry.


Mysore, Karnataka's second largest city, is tucked in the South of India. Previously, it used to be the capital of the Wodeyar dynasty. Mysore is considered among the country’s cleanest and most well-planned cities. The citizens of this place are known to be peaceful and helpful.

From being tranquil and sleepy, Mysore has transformed into the state’s second most important city, following Bangalore. Teeming with luxury apartments, supermarkets, proposed malls, reconstructed roads, the onset of IT and BPO firms along with an increasing young and dynamic workforce, Mysore is continuously striving to strike a balance between what it used to be and what it is now turning into.

Mysore is where Ashtanga yoga originated. It is taught in plenty of centers here. Many of the country’s famed yoga schools, such as S.K. Pattabhi Jois' Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute, are found in the Gokulam suburb.

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