Travelers from across the world are usually apprehensive and skeptical about traveling to India. However once they’re here, a lot of them often fall in love with every aspect of the country. A bunch of travelers visited India on a 16-day trip across south India. They traveled from Bangalore to Mysore in Karnataka, Madurai, Chennai, Mahabalipuram and Pondicherry in Tamil Nadu and finally Wayanad and Kochi in Kerala. They visited temples and practised yoga. The interacted with the locals, ate some extremely spicy food and relished the number of ways bananas could be consumed. Apart from making you completely fascinated by India, especially south India, the video takes you through an experience that cannot be described in words. Here are some of the aspects of south India they perfectly capture in their video: Also Read - On Phone, PM Modi Discusses COVID-19 Situation With French President Macron
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Shore Temple at Mahabalipuram
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Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple
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A priest performing aarti at a temple
Probably the cutest fruit vendor ever!
The complex Indian Railways
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Scrumptious vegetarian food served on a banana leaf
A hot cuppa tea or coffee
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Indian folk dance and music
Traditional fishing techniques
Vast tea and coffee plantations
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The nature and wildlife
The locals and their ways
People from other parts of the world who have made south India home
A getaway like no other…
Watch this video to see how beautifully Marko Roth has frozen moments of daily mundane activities and added so much life and color to it.
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