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Tamilnadu Travel|Travel to Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu is an eccentric state of India bounded by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in the north and Kerala in the west. Famous for its Pulicat lake and the southernmost tip, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu has 1000 kms coastline of beautiful beaches and 5 wildlife parks. The capital of the state Chennai, is one of the fastest developing city in the country and is located on the Coromandal coast. tourism in tamilnadu, india tamilnadu tourism, tamil nadu india travel, tamilnadu in south india, tamilnadu temple Tamil Nadu experiences tropical climate where temperature in summer seldom surges above 43º C and in winter rarely falls below 18º C. Winters, during months of September to February, are the best time to visit Tamil Nadu.

Having a history that dates back to several thousand years, Tamil Nadu is a rich acculturation of religion, art, culture and heritage. tourism in tamilnadu, india tamilnadu tourism, tamil nadu india travel, tamilnadu in south india, tamilnadu temple Often termed as the temple state of India, Tamil Nadu tourism highlights the various world famous holy temples that belong to the antediluvian times.

Travel Attractions of Tamil Nadu
Holiday trips to Tamil Nadu includes a visit to all the famous places in the state that draws tourists from all over the world. The first and foremost spell binding charm of Tamil Nadu can be enjoyed in the temples of the state that boasts of South Indian architecture. Referred as the living museum of style that originated in the 7th century, see the popular Meenakshi temple of Madurai. tourism in tamilnadu, india tamilnadu tourism, tamil nadu india travel, tamilnadu in south india, tamilnadu temple Major pilgrim destinations in Tamil Nadu are Mahabalipuram, Kanchipuram, Chidambaram, Kumbakonam, Rameswaram, Palani, Srirangam, Tiruttani and Kanyakumari. The churches as well as mosque too seek a lot of religious participation in Tamil Nadu.

The beaches of Tamil Natdu holds a separate place in the list of holiday attractions. The famous Marina beach on the eastern side of Chennai is the longest beach in Asia. The scenic Kanyakumari beach is the place where the three water bodies ­ Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal merges. Charming and isolated beach includes Elliot and Covelong beaches. Apart from beaches, the the hill stations and museums of Tamil Nadu are sought after. Showcasing earliest Mesolithic monuments in these regions are the caves of Tamil Nadu that provide authentic evidence of the early spread of Jainism in Tamil Nadu.

The scenic hill stations of Tamil Nadu are situated in the lap of the blue Nilgiri mountains. Ooty and Koidakanal are two of the most illustrious hill stations of Tamil Nadu. Here the sylvan hills offer mountain views and a network of trails winds through forests and tea and coffee plantations. A large outgrowth of deciduous forest fosters the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, full of tigers and leopards. Annamalai Sanctuary in Tamil Nadu, closer to Kodaikanal in the Palani hills, is better known for its Lion-tailed Macaques (black-maned Monkeys). The wetlands of the coast provide perfect resting places for migratory birds, whose numbers soar during the winter monsoon at Vedathangal, near Chennai, and Point Calimere.

Culture of Tamil Nadu
The culture of Tamil Nadu is represented by the artistic development of the Tamil people. This storehouse of treasures has the richest literature in the world. The music and dance of the state also plays a pivot role in arbitrating the culture of the state. Look out for Bharatnatyam that is believed to be the baby of Tamil Nadu.
Cuisine of Tamil Nadu is popular for its authentic taste and the blend of spices and condiments. Rice which is grown in abundance, is the staple food of the people. A dash of coconut can be found in every dish while the availability of fresh fishes shows itself in the dietary pattern of the people of Tamil Nadu. While on Tamil Nadu tours one should indulge in enjoying non-vegetarian delicacy, Chettinad Pepper Chicken which is a world famous dish.

Festivals of Tamil Nadu
Nilgiri Hills The cultural land of Tamil Nadu holds many local and religious festivals that attract tourists from all over the world. The main festival of Tamilnadu is Pongal, which is a harvest festival celebrated in the month of January. Feasting, music and dance mark this festival. "Karthigai Deepam" and "Varushapirapu" (Tamil New Year's Day) are also celebrated on a grand scale. Several temple festivals are held throughout the Tamilnadu, of which The Mahamagam festival celebrated once in 12 years at Kumbakonam, Meenakshi Kalyanam festival at Madurai, Natyanjali Dance Festival at Chidambaram are the famous ones.

How to Reach Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu is an important state in India and getting there is very convenient. An international airport located near Chennai has flights to and fro from all over the world. International airlines from countries like Sri Lanka, Dubai, Germany, Jakarta, Malaysia, England, Maldives, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore operate regular flights to connect Chennai. The main Railway Station in Tamil Nadu is in Chennai. Many important trains connect Chennai to major Railway Stations in the country. An extensive network of roadways covers the state. A number of national highways and state highways literally crisscross the land. Most of the major cities like: Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore are linked by road to Chennai and other important cities in the state.

 

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