Northern India or the South

View Poll Results: Do you prefer Northern India or Southern India?
Northern India 75 51.37%
Southern India 71 48.63%
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#1 Jun 3rd, 2005, 03:36
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Which part of India do you people prefer, the Northern Part or the Southern Part?
#2 Jun 3rd, 2005, 13:59
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Are you including only tourists in your poll?
#3 Jun 3rd, 2005, 14:07
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I prefer the East and then the Western part of India.

Neither North nor South.....
#4 Jun 3rd, 2005, 15:28
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Only PD could have thought of that. Nice one.

I am not going to vote. My attraction has been to Southern India and that's where I am. I hope one day to see a little more of the country, but I don't feel any great compulsion to do so. So it is like saying to me: do I prefer England or Scotland? I spent 50+ years in England; I've never been to Scotland.
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Wink I voted

I voted though not a tourist. Hope my valid ballot still counts. I even disclose my vote: it was for southern India.
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#6 Jun 3rd, 2005, 18:33
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my vote goes to Northern India
not a easy choice
but one reason I like N. India is for its 'raw-ness'...dont know how to explain it, but I had more exciting and mind-blowing experiences up North.
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I would prefer to visit South India , if given a choice. If offers a lot more than north India.

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#8 Jun 3rd, 2005, 19:47
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as a tourist, there's probably more 2 see in North India. But people in the south are generally better. More friendly. Less aggressive and not as rude as their northern counterparts. Its also a lot safer in the south. no guesses for my vote.
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The south.

Apart from Varanasi.

But I can't really explain why. I just do.
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South is the best.
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Couldn't choose!! It's all wonderful!!!
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Originally Posted by psycho_denver as a tourist, there's probably more 2 see in North India. But people in the south are generally better. More friendly. Less aggressive and not as rude as their northern counterparts. Its also a lot safer in the south. no guesses for my vote.

that sounds like US too.
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#13 Jun 6th, 2005, 01:03
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very tricky one. i love them both for different reasons... see i'd probably go for the south, but then if i was to go to india again for a limited time i'd choose the north just because it seems to have more touristy attractions. how far north would it have to be to be considered north? if i could have hampi in the north, then i'll choose north! although that may be pushing it!
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I am sorry but I need a little help so that I can answer the question right.

Are these places in the North or South?

Puri
Darjeeling
Shillong
Kalimpong
Bodhigaya
Kolkata
Sundarbans
Sikkim
(My daughter tells me they are in EASTERN India - I too thought so)

and also:

Mumbai
Pune
Goa
Indore
Khajuraho
Bandhavgarh
Gujrat

I always thought they were in WEST or Central India.

Any help?
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Mumbai - West
Pune - West
Goa - West
Indore - Central
Khajuraho - Central
Bandhavgarh - Central
Gujrat - West
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Puri - is probably south-east

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