On India's southern peninsula, the Deccan plateau separates the coast of Andhra Pradesh on the Bay of Bengal from that of Karnataka and Kerala on the Arabian Sea. On the high plains, chiles, legumes, tea, and oil seeds are cultivated, while shorelines are rimmed with coconut palms, mango trees, and rice paddies, as well as plantations where spices flourish. Here, see the colorful and varied scenes of south India as captured by SAVEUR photographers.
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