Visit To Tamil Nadu

"Enchanting Tamil Nadu"


Tamil Nadu, India


Tamil Nadu- A land of cultural and religious heritage, offers every chance to its tourists and pilgrims to be enchanted with the vast plethora of history and beauty that it has. It is a blend of both- the modern and the ancient, which makes Tamil Nadu a beautiful destination to explore and experience our past cultural heritage with all the amenities of the present.
Lying along the Bay of Bengal, Tamil Nadu has a glorious history that spans to a millennium and a present, that is paving a way for it in becoming one of the most promising states in the country. This state has seen the rise and fall of many dynasties such as the Cholas, the Cheras and the Pallavas. Each dynasty has enriched the place with its customs and traditions. Tamil Nadu sees a lot of tourists coming from all over the world to see the famous Meenakshi Temple, the tip of India - Kanyakumari or the beautiful hill station of Ooty. There is a great fascination to explore the ruins of the forts and palaces of the then great dynasties. The intricately carved structure of Mahabalipuram offers an insight into the architectural splendour of the Indian Civilization.
1. Rameshwaram

"The Bridge on the Indian Ocean"

Rameshwaram Tourism

Rameshwaram is one of the holiest places in India and is located on a beautiful island. It is separated by a small Pamban channel from Sri Lanka. According to the Hindu mythology, this is the place where Lord Rama created a bridge across the sea to Sri Lanka.
Rameshwaram is located on a beautiful island in the lower side of India. Lord Shiva too is worshipped in this place. Renowned for its magnificent prakaras with massive sculptured pillars on either side, The Ramanathaswamy Temple houses the longest corridor in the world. Agniteertham is famous for its sacred waters and Pilgrims perform poojas in honour of their ancestors at this seashore. The Five-faced Hanuman Temple holds the floating stone which was used to build the bridge between India and Sri Lanka.
2. Yercaud

"The Land of Seven Forests."


Yercaud Tourism


Nestled in the Shivaroy Hills of Tamil Nadu, Yercaud is a tranquil hill station in the Eastern Ghats steeped in abundant greenery. Commonly called ‘Ooty of the Poor’, this region has a history dating back to the time of the British. Located at an altitude of 4970 feet, Yercaud is known for its vast expanses of coffee plantations. A paradise for nature lovers, this quaint town is an ideal place to experience nature at its enchanting best.
With salubrious climate throughout the year, it attracts thousands of tourists from different parts of the country. One of the many highlights is the summer festival that takes place in May. It is dedicated to Lord Servarayan, the supreme god of the ranges and gives visitors a glimpse into the rich heritage of this region. With diverse flora and rich culture, Yercaud is one of the amazing weekend getaways in South India that one cannot afford to miss.



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