Mysore to Ooty-7 places in South India to visit during Dussehra

South India offers a unique cultural experience during Dussehra, with various regions showcasing their traditions and celebrations. Here are 7 places you can visit during Dussehra:

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Mysuru, Karnataka

Mysuru is famous for its grand Dussehra celebrations, known as the Mysuru Dasara. The city's palace is beautifully illuminated, and a grand procession.

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Madurai, Tamil Nadu

Madurai's Meenakshi Amman Temple hosts a special Dussehra celebration with religious ceremonies and cultural programs. 

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Hyderabad, Telangana

Telangana, Hyderabad stands out with its grand Ramoji Film City Dussehra Carnival, which includes cultural events, entertainment, and festive decorations.

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Kodungallur, Kerala

Kodungallur Bharani Festival is a unique and intense celebration of the goddess Bhadrakali. Devotees gather to participate in processions and rituals.

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Palakkad, Kerala

Dussehra is celebrated with the traditional Vela festival. The town is known for its grand processions featuring beautifully adorned elephants, folk music, and dance performances.

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Chamundi Hills, Karnataka

Chamundi Hills near Mysuru is another significant Dussehra destination. The Chamundeshwari Temple atop the hill is illuminated, and devotees throng to seek the blessings.

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Ooty, Tamil Nadu

Ooty's flower show coincides with Dussehra celebrations and adds a touch of natural beauty to the festival. The hill station offers pleasant atmosphere during this time.

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