Kerala to Mysuru-7 places to visit in South India during Diwali

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Mysuru, Karnataka

Mysuru is well known for its elaborate Dasara celebrations, which reach their zenith on Vijayadashami day, which coincides with Diwali every year.

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Madurai, Tamil Nadu

Around Diwali, the Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai is a sight to see. Thousands of oil lights illuminate the temple complex, providing an enchanting ambiance. 

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Ooty, Tamil Nadu

Known as the "Queen of Hill Stations," Ooty provides a calm and beautiful environment for Diwali celebrations.]

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Pondicherry (Puducherry)

Celebrate Diwali in style in this quaint Union Territory, well-known for its French influence. There is a blend of French and Indian traditions.

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Gokarna, Karnataka

This beach town is well-known for its lovely beaches and relaxed atmosphere. Gokarna comes alive with celebrations during Diwali. 

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Hampi, Karnataka

The ancient city of Hampi is home to magnificent temples and ruins that make it a UNESCO World Heritage site. 

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Kerala-Trivandrum (Thiruvananthapuram):

Trivandrum, the capital city of Kerala, observes Diwali with great enthusiasm. One of the most respected temples in India, Sree Padmanabhaswamy, is exquisitely illuminated.

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