The seventh largest country is often intimidating to both locals and foreign travelers. Its many languages, culture, food, people challenges you no matter who you are. Like many large countries, you cannot fix an itinerary. If you don’t know what you want and where you want to go, but want to explore this is the country you want to be. India is a mixed bag, not only for tourists, but also for Indian citizens.
Highlights of my travel here in a month
Karnataka is a South Indian state, it is the eight largest in India, and the largest in South India. Kannada is the main language in the state although there are people of many ethnicities, and different language speakers living here. It has a coast, the plains, and the plateau.
Hampi Source: Thrilliophilia
Five Places Created For Special Purposes
Eight Suburbs Named After Non-Humans
The Citadel of Devanahalli
Bannerghatta Biological Park
The Lalbhagh Flower Show
Catch a Play at the Ranga Shankara
Temple for the Krishna Conscious
Hobby of the Bangalore’s Affluent
The Only ‘Buy an Aircraft’ Store
Idu Namma Bengaluru
Living in Mangalore
Kerala is a South Indian state known as the ‘Gods Own Country’. I had a chance to travel in Kerala in 2014. Known for the spices, curries, and fish, it is one of the richest states in the country.
Houseboat Source: Tourism of India
Coastal Kerala – Fort Kochi
Things to do in Kochi
More Things to do in Kochi
Coastal Kerala – Alappuzha (Alleppey)
Coastal Kerala – Alappuzha 2
Coastal Kerala – Varkala
Maharashtra is the biggest economy in India, is on the Western coast where one of the biggest city in the world is located. The capital city of Maharashtra is also the financial capital of the country. But that is not what it is entirely known for. There are ancient sites, attractions that could puzzle anybody.
Elephanta Caves Source: Memorable India
Enduring The Maximum City
Enduring The Maximum City – Part 2
Enduring The Maximum City – Part 3
Maximum City Stories
Buddhist Temple of Worlinaka
Bombay in Photographs
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