Taking a tour to anyplace has the hidden purpose of getting a peep into their culture. India boasts of possessing thousands of cultures in its cradle and each culture shows its own bright and shady colours. The south region of India is so rich that the more you get into it, the more you find. No matter if we pick literature, language, music, dance or cuisines, South India abounds in each category.
Both literature and dance forms of south India are centuries old and even till today have not stopped to spread its magical knowledge. If you read the Sangam literature today, it has the power to take you back to 100 BC by its imaginative powers. The major dance form of South India i.e. Bharatnatyam is still celebrated, worshipped and enjoyed by people throughout India. It reflects the cultural heritage of Tamil Nadu residing in millions of hearts.
Take care that in your next South India Tours, you eye on the representation and development of artistry in Tamil Nadu. All of this started with Pallavas, Cholas and the Pandya kings who changed the face of art and architecture. The palaces and buildings followed by their rule were much more intricate and architecturally beautiful. There was a lot to be discovered in the time period followed by such rulers. The richness of 500 BC can be seen if we go back to the history of Tamil Nadu in the age of Tolkapiyam.
The literary treasure house of Tamil Nadu is no less. The enriching language Tamil is the only language with no Sanskrit originations. Although in the later stages, it was influenced by Sanskrit grammar rules and vocabulary. The Tamil literature is as old as works of Thiruvalluvar. Its vast reach and volumes of literary stories gave it the name of Sangam literature.
The Tour Operators in India are anxious enough to make to visit South India. The beautiful temples, spectacular sceneries, colourful people and rich culture are awaiting your arrival. The cuisines are also varied allowing your palate to taste several things and vote for the best. The food is simple yet tempting. The basic three traditional foods i.e. lentils, rice and grains are mixed in hundred ways to produce a variety of dishes. The most popular ones are idly, vada, pongal, dosa and uppma.
Go there and pamper yourself with the natural world. The aura around temples is so spiritual that you cannot help but close your eyes and thank god for giving you such golden opportunity to be born on earth.