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Explore South India's culture & history and join us on a luxurious & informative journey through some of India's most iconic, spiritual & culturally significant locations as you learn about sub tropical bio diversity and are mesmerized by the amazing wild life!

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The Story

The Purpose

To create a community of amazing individuals interested in India. A collective where people can share, debate and discuss there unique ideas.

The Possibility

To spread and share knowledge on all things concerning South India and its rich, diverse and religiously significant history through luxury tours
Realizing that there was no tour that truly gave participants the experience of exploring both sides on India from its 5 star hotels to its local restaurants hidden behind a maze of streets and an army of cows
The Vedic Period or the Vedic Age refers to that time period when the Vedic Sanskrit texts were composed in India. The society that emerged during that time is known as the Vedic Period, or the Vedic Age, Civilization.

It flourished between 1500 BC and 500 BC on the Indo-Gangetic Plains of the Indian subcontinent and was responsible for laying down the foundation of Hinduism.

Linguistically, the texts of the Vedic Civilization can be classified into five different time periods.
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A Journey through the lens...

The boundless green canopy of India provides nature lovers the opportunity to see some amazing wildlife.

Tourists who want to explore the exciting wildlife in India have a marvelous opportunity to visit wildlife sanctuaries and forest reserves.
The southern part of India is home to much famous and amazing wildlife seen in the sanctuaries, parks and the forests. There are around 500 species of mammals, 1225 different varieties of Birds, 1600 types of reptiles and amphibians and about 57,000 species of insects.

South India has an entirely different ecosystem and has vast expanses of unspoiled, rain forests. These were declared as bio-diversity hot spots and are the habitats of beautiful King Cobra and other species of wildlife including Tigers, Leopards, Antelopes, Elephants, Bison and a number of bird species.
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