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Indian state wise food list - conversation with MIMO

Indian state-wise food list - a conversation with MIMO
Hey! my friend MiMo what are you thinking about?
"Nothing much but you know that I die heart food lover."
"Ya I know it very well from college time so that we call you Hippo instead of MiMo…..just kidding you are my loved once"
"So I am going to tour of "The India"- Great in culture, famous for tourist places, country of the festival and my favorable country of food lovers."
"Wow it is also my favorite country….it is good you are lucky and travel lover also….so why are you looking a little bit confused?"
"I don’t know about various food available in India especiallystate-wise different foods. I don’t want to miss anyone taste of Indian food. can you help me? I know you are Indian and you have very good knowledge about state wise Indian food. so please please please help me."
"OK OK OK! I tell you everything about testy food of India"
"let's start my dear Hippo&…

Which is the most beautiful Tourist Place in Tamil Nadu

Which is the most beautiful Tourist Place in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu is a beautiful state on the banks of the Bay of Bengal. A trip to Tamil Nadu is unique and special in every way, the culture, religion, spontaneity, and beauty of the place attract tourists. While its history is full of prosperity, at present it is a fast-moving state on the path of rapid development. so let's talk about which is the most beautiful Tourist Place in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu tourism and sightseeing

The area of ​​the state of Tamil Nadu is 1,30,058 sq km. The capital here is Chennai, formerly known as Madras. The major river here is Kaveri. One of the four major monasteries of Hindus in this state is the Kanchi Kamakoti Peetha at Kanchipuram. A total of 30 districts are divided here. The history of Tamil Nadu is more than 2000 years old. A history filled with many ups and downs. It has seen many dynasties ascending and coming down the summit with its own eyes, such as the Cheras, Cholas, Pallavas, and Pand…