Chennai, formerly Madras has the Bay of Bengal
bordering its east, while the state of Andhra Pradesh is on its
northwest. It has the famous district of Tamilnadu, Kanchipuram, on its
south and the states of Kerala and Karnataka on its western side.
With an area of 368 Square Kilometers, Bangalore's
population is rapidly increasing Bangalore receives the benefit of the
South west and North East monsoons, thus averaging the annual rainfall
around 87 centimeters.
Mysore is the second biggest city in the State of
Karnataka lying 130 kms from the State Headquarters, Bangalore. The city
extends from latitude 12°18' in the North to longitude 76°42'
in the East.
Madurai is Tamil Nadu's most happening cultural
arena. Situated on the banks of river Vaigai, Madurai is the second
largest city of Tamil Nadu, a southern state in India. It is more than
2,500 years old and has a rich cultural heritage and history.
The city, India's fifth largest, was founded in 1590
by Muhammad Quli, the fourth of Qutb Shahi kings. They ruled from 1512
until 1687, when they were defeated by the Mughal emperor, Aurangazeb.
Located in Ananthapur District, 400-km from Hyderabad
by road, Puttaparthi, once a sparsely populated village, has shot into
national and international fame as the abode of Bhagwan Shri Satya Sai
This attractive, former French colony, exudes a
Mediterranean aura with its sophisticated streets, elegant houses,
ornamental gardens and the Hotel de Ville. Being a small and quiet
enclave of Tamil Nadu, it has imbibed the Tamilian culture. Apart from
the charming atmosphere, excellent restaurants and cheap beer...