About Tamilnadu Cities - Exploring The Beauty
The cities of any state are the main travel attractions that charm the visitors with their magic. And when we talk of Tamilnadu then it has to be something special. The Southernmost state of India has some of the most popular cities of the country that allure the travelers coming here. Adorned with exotic beaches, serene hill stations, cool atmosphere, a trip to these cities will surely leave you wanting for more.
The Famous Cities of Tamil Nadu - The Cultural Hub
Apart from offering a much needed break to the people coming here, a trip to most of the famous Tamil Nadu cities, will also offer you a sneak peek of the cultural history of the state. Carrying forward the legacy of the Dravidian rulers who once ruled this land, a trip here will surely make you to explore more. Lets have a look at the important cities in Tamilnadu that you can see on your trip.
Major Cities of Tamil Nadu
The capital city, Chennai
is counted among one of the four metropolitan cities of the country ans is one of the important cities of Tamil Nadu. Home to the famous Kollywood industry (Tamil movie industry) and the famous Marina beach, Chennai is a must visit.
The most beautiful and serene Tamilnadu city, Ooty is known to be the Queen of hill stations. Come here for some relaxing and peaceful holidays.
Looking for a break from crowded cities, then Kodaikanal
, is an ideal destination for you. Escape the scorching heat to relax in a cool weather.
Nature lovers love this city and the view of the sunset and sunrise will surely make you fall in love with it. The white sandy beach shores are added attractions.
A world heritage site declared by UNESCO, this city has some really nicely preserved ancient temples to see here.
City of Tamilnadu has one of the most popular pilgrimage site of India - the famous Rameshwaram temple visited by thousands of devotees every year.
One of the most visited and popular pilgrimage hub, Madurai is also called the cultural and heritage hub of Tamilnadu.
The famous Rockfort temples of Tamilnadu are located in this city. Come here to see these ancient marvels.
Coimbatore is one of the most advanced cities of Tamilnadu and also called the 'Manchester of South India' and is the third largest city in the state.
- See The Ancient Heritage
Located in the Lalgudi taluk some 11 km from Trichy is the Samayapuram famous for the shrine of Mariamman.
Come here to experience the French magic still felt here in the food and its culture.
The picturesque location and the lush green valleys will take you to another world of serenity.
Some of Tamil Nadu's most famous hill resorts are located here. Come and stay here for a wonderful experience.
Major Cities of Tamil Nadu
The famous industrial city. Situated some 250 Km from the capital city
Chennai, Chidambaram is a temple town which is a must visit for devotees
of Lord Shiva as it is home to the famous Nataraja Temple.
The city of ancient temples and famous silk sarees. Kancheepuram is considered to one of the seven
great cities of ancient India and is called 'The Golden City of
Temples'. Kancheepuram has also become home to the finest Silk industry
in India. When in Kancheepuram, do not forget to buy yourself some
really exquisite silk saris you will ever see.
Get to visit the popular rock temples of Thanjavur. Thanjavur is 55 km east of Tiruchirappalli. It is
the highly fertile delta of the Cavery River and the capital of the
Cholas during their supremacy.
One of the oldest cities of Tamilnadu. Vellore which is situated 145 km from Chennai, is
a semirural bazaar town. For tourists, it is acknowledged only for the
Vijayanagar fort and its temple, which are in an excellent state of
preservation and worth visiting.
Visit the ancient monuments of the Vijaynagar empire here. Aruppukottai is a small township and reflects the
cultural essence of Tamil Nadu. The residents of the township seem to
enlighten history with the lamps of culture.
The capital city of Kanyakumari. Nagercoil is the capital of Kanyakumari
1956, it was a part of Kerala, but now it is in Tamil Nadu. Nagercoil is
famous for Nagaraja Temple and the name derived from this Temple.
A heaven for food lovers. To begin with, it was their food that made them
famous chiken Pepper fry, did more to Chettinadu cuisine and the
lifestyle of the Nattukkotai
A place for those who love history. A historical important tourist spot with a serene
atmosphere and scenic beauty, with a calm Bay of Bengal surrounding it,
is not fully exploited
Ancient site preserved under Indian government. As per the National Archaeological Act, any
monument of national importance is taken up over the Government and
preserved for posterity.
Not far from the bustling town of Pudukottai, on
the periphery of the sleepy village of Annavasal..
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