Tamil Nadu is a fascinating south Indian state that attracts both pilgrims and tourists in large numbers throughout the year. Tamil Nadu is blessed with immense flora and fauna and is a rich in culture.
This capital city which was earlier known as Madras has been the commercial hub of the state. Chennai also houses renowned automobile companies of India and is also popular for its tradition and culture. You can visit various museums, beaches, and other heritage structures and explore the fine art of craftsman. Besides, old style Portuguese churches also attract the tourists in large numbers.
Listed in the UNESCO world heritage site, Mahabalipuram houses some of the exclusively carved monuments reflecting Dravidian style architecture. If you wish to explore the architectural designs, then a visit to this small town in Tamil Nadu is a must. Moreover, you can also visit the various temples that have beautiful sculptures.
This is the southernmost tip in the map of India and was considered to be an important destination at the time of Pandya dynasty. This is one of the few places in the world, where you can witness both sunrise and sunset in the same beach. Besides, you get to see the Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal, and Arabian Sea colliding at one point. Kanyakumari is also one of the most important sites of pilgrimage.
Besides being the third largest city in the state, Madurai is also one of the oldest cities in the world. The popular MeenakshiAmmam temple is the highlight of this city. The beautiful carving and structure of this temple will fascinate you.
Kodaikanal means “the Gift of the Forest” and is surrounded by breathtaking views, lush green valleys and thick forest. Besides, it is located at 2,331 meters above sea level. This place is popular for its calm surrounding, scenic beauty, lakes, and pleasant climate. One of the significant of this place is that it is a home for the rare Kurinji Flower which is said to blossom once in a year and also covers the entire valley in blue.