KARNATAKA has a finely balanced mix of natural attractions and superb historic architecture. Best time to visit: September to February.

Bangalore: The capital of Karnataka is the Silicon Valley of India because of its vast Computer Industry. Bangalore is well linked by air, rail and road to the major cities.

What to see 
:: Cubbon Park :: Vidhan Saudha :: The Government Museum :: 
:: Venkatappa Art Gallery :: The Bangalore Palace :: Lal Bagh ::
::The Fort and Tipu Sultan's Palace :: Bull Temple ::
:: Shri Gangadhareshwara Temple ::

:: Nandi Hills (60 kms. from Bangalore) 
:: Sravanabelagolu (150 kms. from Bangalore)
:: Halebid (216 kms. from Bangalore) 
:: Belur (222 kms. from Bangalore)

TAMIL NADU, in the southernmost part of India, Tamil Nadu is referred to as the cradle of Dravidian culture. The cultural icons are everywhere, huge temples with their towering "Gopurams" (Gateways), intricate Rock Carvings, evocative music and of course the complex classical dance. Main Language: Tamil, Best time to visit: October to February.

Chennai: The capital City of Tamil Nadu is a perfect launching pad to see the rest of the State. Chennai has international airport and is well connected by Rail and Road to major cities in the country.

What to see 
:: Fort St. George :: Fort Museum :: Kapaleshwarar Temple :: 
:: Sri Parthasarathy Temple :: San Thome Basilica :: Snake Park ::
 Theosophical and Government Museums :: Aquarium :: 
Anna Zoological Park :: Elliots Park :: Marina Beach ::

:: Mamallapuram (68 kms.) famous for Shre Temple and Rock Carved Rathas.
:: Kanchipuram (76 kms.) shop for Traditional Pure Silks. 
:: Tirupati and Pondicherry.