Traditional homes in the south have now been replaced by modern apartments and luxury villas. Housing structures in the past used to reflect the typical architecture and culture of that particular region they were located in. Homes in south India back then included a pillared Verandah, a spacious courtyard in the centre, red oxide flooring which used to be adorned with Kolam (Rangoli) and Oonjal (Jhoolas). A south Indian style Puja room used to comprise of brass temple bells, lamps, bamboo mats and Tanjore paintings.
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