Cities of Andhra Pradesh
Andhra Pradesh has the handful of beautiful and well maintained cities, rich in cultural heritage and ethnicity. The cities of Andhra Pradesh like Visakhapatnam, Vijayawada, Guntur, Golconda, Nellor, Ongole and Krishnapatnam are rich in beautiful monuments of many ancient South Indian dynasties, where one can take the flavour of ancient Indian kings, while Gajapathinagaram , Gajularega, Hindupur, Anantapur, Mancherial, Adilabad, Mandapeta, Kantabamsuguda, Kanuru, Koratla and Kothavalasa has the Muslim domination along with Hyderabad as the abode of Nizams.
Cities of Telangana
Telangana is the newly formed state in India, carved out from Andhra Pradesh with Hyderabad as the capital city. The cities of Telangana deal with the modern, ancient and medieval cities of historical and mythological importance.
Cities of Kerala
Kerala- Gods Own Country is the eternal abode of coconut trees, ayurveda, historical and colonial forts and wildlife sanctuaries. The cities of Kerala promote ayurvedic tourism, which is now very popular in India and the world as well. While on the contrary, Kerala is known for eco tourism.
Cities of Karnataka
Karnataka with Bengaluru as the capital city has the early medieval temples and archaeological ruins of Rashtrakutas, Pallavas and Cholas. While Mysore is the royal abode and Gulbarga, Mangalore, Hubli, Dharwad, Tumkur are populated with festivals and fiesta.
Cities of Tamil Nadu
Hill stations, Chola and Pallava temples, forts, fine arts and dance all are projected in Tamil Nadu. The rich Dravidian culture makes the cities and the state distinctive. Ootakamund (Ooty), Kodaikanal, Yelagiri, Yercaud, Nilgiri Mountain Range, Anamalai Hills and Kolli Hills are the best place to have the nature and leisure tourism. The cities of Tamil Nadu have the highest number of urban population with rapid industrialization, economic development, rich cultural heritage and architectural excellence. Thanjavur, Tirunelveli, Erode, Madurai, Dindigul, Salem and Nagapattinam are the best places for commercialization and tourism.
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