Exclusively Lovable Tourist Attractions to visit in Southern India

Amazing sexy beautiful girls visiting Southern Indian beaches
Amazing sexy beautiful girls visiting Southern Indian beaches
West Bengal Hill Stations scenic beauty
West Bengal Hill Stations scenic beauty
Beautiful Darjeeling India
Beautiful Darjeeling India

Have you tried Darjeeling tea??

Exclusive Tourist Attractions in West Bengal

The capital of West Bengal is Calcutta, Kolkata named again. There is much to see in this lively city. Howrah Bridge on the River Hooghly crossing thousands of people daily. The large open Maidan in the heart of the city. Fort William, the Champions villas and the Botanical Gardens, which are the symbols when Calcutta was the capital of India. In the westernmost part of the city, you can find the Plaza de Dalhouise, which was the House of Writers in the eighteenth century and there is a commercial district of Chowringhee with restaurants, hotels and cinemas.

In the old part, you can stroll through the lively streets of Shyambazar or visit the Kali temple at Kalighat. Kolkata has a rich cultural tradition of theater, cinema, painting and literature (Rabindranath Tagore took birth here), which is reflected in its art galleries and literary cafes.

In the most easterly of the Himalayas is Darjeeling, where you can reach if you want from Bagdogra at a small train that will take you through landscapes of jungles, paddy fields, tea gardens and pine forest. This city, situated in the foothills of Mount Kanchenjunga, is full of stairs and terraces and small bazaars, attractive villages, forests and gardens.

If you want to see a beautiful sunrise, do not forget to go to Mount Tiger Hill. At one hour by road from Darjeeling Kalimpong is a quiet and picturesque mountain center known for its Tibetan handicrafts, with stunning views of the Himalayas. Down to the plains in Ghoom, at 2400 meters above sea level, you can visit an ancient Buddhist monastery.

Kuseong is another hill station 132 km from Darjeeling and a great observatory overlooking the plains of Bengal.

Amazing beauties at a Mumbai beach
Amazing beauties at a Mumbai beach
Ajanta Waterfalls
Ajanta Waterfalls
Ajanta Caves, India
Ajanta Caves, India
Sevagram Ashram - Mahatma Ghandhi
Sevagram Ashram - Mahatma Ghandhi

Exclusive tourist attractions in Maharashtra

Maharashtra is an ancient state that extends through much of the west coast and central highlands of India. Is the center of culture Marathas. Marathas, the Hindu empire, formed a short between the end of the Mughal power and the British conquest. It's capital is Bombay, which today is called Mumbai, and it is one of the most populated cities of India. Mumbai Port is in front of the Hindu temples of Elephant Island, carved into the rock many centuries ago.

On the southeast of Maharashtra are the Karla caves hollowed from one of the oldest examples of Buddhist architecture. In Ajanta and Ellora caves, there are several temples excavated in the rock, an excellent example of architecture, sculpture and murals from the early days of Buddhism. In Ajanta, there are ancient Buddhist sculptures, which look beautiful and relate with thoroughness and detail painting the life of Buddha.

In Ellora, there are huge stone sculptures carved in the rock from VI to XII century. On Mount Kailash, is the most striking monuments carved in a single rock that is a temple with several rooms. Sevagram, which was for many years home to Mahatma Gandhi, is preserved at present as a symbol and example of the kind of life professed by the Mahatma. Pune, near Mumbai, is a cosmopolitan city in the cultural tradition of Marathe, which has some ashrams, which are highly appreciated by Western visitors.

Incredible amazing India - Kerala backwaters - Cool and sizzling
Incredible amazing India - Kerala backwaters - Cool and sizzling
Napier Museum in Kerala - An ancient monument in India
Napier Museum in Kerala - An ancient monument in India
Oldest Church of India
Oldest Church of India

Exclusive tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh, the country's center, is a plateau with many forests and is sparsely populated. The city of Bhopal, situated on the banks of a lake, is its capital.

You can visit the mosque Tajul, one of the largest in India and around the stupa of Sanchi, profusely decorated with bas-relief of the life of Buddha. At one hour by road is the Raiser Fort built in the sixteenth century.

Indore is on the west, the fourth largest city in the textile manufacturing in India, famous for its refined temples. Further west Mandu is called "the city of joy".

Khajuraho is a complex of ancient temples that are decorated with very beautiful fine carvings, some are erotic, but it is worth a visit and is only accessible by plane.

Exclusive tourist attractions in Kerala

In the far south of India, Kerala is constituted by a narrow strip between the sea and mountains. Receives large amounts of rain, making it a paradise full of coconut trees, rice paddies and ponds.

It is hot all the year, and the best time to visit is winter. Trivandrum is the capital of the state. There you can visit the temple of Sri Padmanabhaswamy of the seventeenth century, and the Napier Museum. Near the capital, there is a famous Kovalam beach, which is much appreciated by visitors for its beauty and because they have a comfortable hotel. Known as the Queen of Arabian Sea, Cochin was an important port of call for merchant vessels from the sixth century BC, becoming a melting pot of cultures, Hindu, Islamic, Portuguese, Jewish, Dutch, and Chinese. There is the Mattancherry synagogue of the XVI century.

There is also the Church of San Francisco, which is probably, the first Christian church ever built in India. Another example is the cosmopolitanism of the Old Dutch seventeenth-century palace Bolghatty.

A sweet girl sunbathing at a Goa beach
A sweet girl sunbathing at a Goa beach
Visit Goa, book a resort, and enjoy at the beach.
Visit Goa, book a resort, and enjoy at the beach.
Foreign tourists in Goa
Foreign tourists in Goa

Exclusive Tourist Attractions in Goa

Goa is a small state full of beaches and palm trees. Former Portuguese enclave captured by Albuquerque in 1510, became the capital of Portuguese India and in the center of Catholicism Hindustanis. In 1961, it became part of the territories of India. There is the imprint of the Portuguese architecture, with its churches, its streets and squares, which still preserves the tradition of the taverns. In the old Goa, Basilica of Bon Jesus is the mummified body of St. Francis Xavier in a silver coffin.

However, the main attractions for visitors are hundreds of miles of sandy beaches where they proliferate accommodation of all types for tourists.

Visiting Beaches in India

With 7,000 kilometers of coastline, India has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. These offer the traveler a landscape of sand, tropical vegetation and tranquility. The offer of accommodation is wide, ranging from small hotels and huts for tourists to hotels with private beach and facilities for water sports. The most famous beaches are in the areas of Goa, Karnataka, Kerala (Kovalam), Mumbai, Orissa (Puri), Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu (Mamallapuram or Mahabalipuram), and Pondicherry.

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Rashmi Juneja 7 years ago

This is a wonderful and lively illustration of Southern India, especially beaches. For some amount of time while reading this article, I imagined myself on these cool beaches. The content and pictures both are excellent. Nice article.


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soni2006 7 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Thank you very much Rashmi. I love beaches too and I think that's why I am able to define them in a better way in my hub.


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KyonSOS23 7 years ago from Nabon

Nice beach .It is others way for travel cheap.I hope transport will comfortable and easy.


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soni2006 7 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Yes transportation and hotel accommodation is very comfortable and easy at Indian beaches. Have a visit to India and it is worth.


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Organic Thoughts 7 years ago from North Carolina

I love the Kerela Backwaters and the beautiful boat ride...

The hub is beautifully written... all I want now... is to walk on a beach :))


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soni2006 7 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Hi Organic Thoughts, the Kerela backwaters are really pleasant and amazing. When I was there last year and had my first look on then, I thought I was in a beautiful world.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur

Soni,

Please change title of your hub. It is about India and not South India only.

nevertheless, this is a good hub.

Thanks,

Jyoti Kothari


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soni2006 6 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Hi Mr. Kothari, thanks a lot for your feedback. I have created another hub on visiting famous places in Northern India. You can have a look on that also. Here is the link: http://hubpages.com/travel/exclusive-lovable-touri...


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FREEWORKING 6 years ago from rohtak

good share of pics and fact thank you


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soni2006 6 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Thanks a lot for your comment. I guess that you visited this hub via bollywoodsargam.com.


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SylvanScribble 6 years ago from India

Hi Soni...nice hub you have here...keep doing the good work.


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thrillophilia 6 years ago from Bangalore

Hi,

Nice hub. This is true that south india is very beautiful from the tourist point of view. You have covered most of the amazing places of south india. i really liked your effort.


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soni2006 6 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Thank you very much thrillophilia for reading this hub in great detail.


Indian till last Drop 6 years ago

Hi, Soni, I was just starting with hubpages and somehow stumbled in your hubs. What made me stick was you are also from India. And seeing your Hubs I was trying to make a format for myself to start writing in here. But this hub makes me rethink. That is because any writer generally researches a topic very well before starting. But you know what I think something is amiss from this hub. That may be because you did not went into depth or i dont know what. But anyways this hub appeared to me as if written by someone who's like simply talking about India not feeling India and writing. See for example your Hub title says "

Exclusively Lovable Tourist Attractions to visit in Southern India". But you started your hub with a pic of some girl bathing under shower. and then you talked about West Bengal. If you divide india into two half with a line from Gujarat to Assam only then you can say West Bengal is in South India. same case for Maharashtra. When you were talking about South India we expect to hear about- Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka Andhra Pradesh thats it. we dont even consider Orissa part of it forget West Bengal.

I am from North but still I have visited many tourist places in South and I can assure you it South is as rich in tourist places as is our north. We have Mangalore , Hampi( its world heritage site ,, google it out), Vizag , pondicherry and many other.

I was expecting a lot from a seasoned hubber like you. We can understand but dont you think our outside India hubbers are getting a very wrong information about India.

By the way just imagine calling Mamta Bannerjee South Indian or Better try calling Raj Thakerey South Indian. It's really fine. Hope you correct these errors.

Regards


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soni2006 6 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Hi Indian till last Drop, I understand your concerns and will correct the errors. Thanks for the nice review and feedback.


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lizy22 6 years ago

I love south India, specially Kerala. Thanks for this lovely post. Keep sharing


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soni2006 6 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Thank you so much for your comment Lizy. It's my pleasure. I welcome you to India.


ashwin 6 years ago

well i am from Goa, and you described it quit rightly. seems you have been here?. we my favorite beaches in goa are palolem,agonda and of course cab-de-rama.


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soni2006 6 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Thanks a lot for mentioning those beaches. I have been to Palolem, agonda but I have not been to cab-de-rama. Will visit that one in my next visit to Goa in August end. Thanks for the comment Ashwin.


d mondal 6 years ago

kerala is not only india,then you have not seen india at all.


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soni2006 6 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

@dmondal, when I said Kerala is only India. You must have not read the whole article.


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keralatour 5 years ago

Really India has its own specialties and attractions. I visited Darjeeling, Keralam and Gova. These places made me wonder and I was very happy to enjoy my vacation in those places. I am again planning for a holiday time here... http://www.turkeytourpackages.org/


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soni2006 5 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Thanks for your visit and comment Keralatour.


shankar 4 years ago

this site very amazing areas shown to me . It's charming my hearts . I want to go that places


IntegrityYes 4 years ago

That is a fantastic hub. India rocks!


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soni2006 4 years ago from New Delhi, India Author

Thanks a lot for your comments Shankar and Integrity Yes.


IntegrityYes 4 years ago

You are welcome. Keep writing forever.


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anoop narayanan 3 years ago from Kerala

Hai, nice hub. you covered all the important tourist sites through the hub. And Soni, Ihave created one hub about the Kerala tourist destinations, I invites your sight to my hub.


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sandy1515 2 years ago from India

Nicely written hub, the pic description of the girls under shower doesn't suite this hub. That is my personal opinion, so please don't mind.

I love travelling n writing about it


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sunilkunnoth2012 2 years ago from Calicut (Kozhikode, South India)

Though you have narrated the tourism features of some parts of India well, your title is wrong and confusing. You need to change it. When you title "lovable tourist attractions to visit in Southern India" you must stick on that region. But you have started with West Bengal, it is a sort of blunder and it affects your reputation as a writer. Please correct the mistake. Keep on writing and all the best from a hubber who is from the Southern India.

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