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Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu

 

Aranthangi Fort - Pudukkottai: Aranthangi is the second largest town in Pudukkottai district. Aranthangi was the most populous locality in the south of the Thanjavur district till it was added to Pudukkottai.

Arjuna's Penance - Mahabalipuram: Arjuna's Penance, perhaps the world's largest bas-relief, is the universe itself in stone, throbbing with a vastness of conception.

Bharathiyar Illam - Chennai: The greatest Tamil poets, Subramanya Bharathi (also spelt as Bharti) was born in Ettayapuram (around 600-km from Chennai), in 1882.

Fort St. George - Chennai: The first bastion of British power in India now houses the Tamilnadu Legislative assembly and council and offices of the State's secretariat.

Genji fort - Tindivanam: It is located on the Tindivanam - Thiruvannamalai road about 25 kms. from Tindivanam and is about 132 kms. from Chidambaram.

Kamaraj Memorial House - Chennai: Built in the memory of Shri Kamaraj, the late chief minister of Tamil Nadu, Kamaraj Memorial House is now a permanent gallery that showcases photographs and personal effects of Kamaraj.

Madras War Cemetery - Chennai: The Madras War Cemetery, a tribute to the valiant men and women who laid down their lives in the Second World War, was set up in 1952 by the Imperial War Graves Commission.

Manora Fort - Thanjavur: The Manora fort is situated 65-km away from Thanjavur. The fort was built by Rajah Serfoji in 1814 to commemorate the victory of the British over Napoleon Bonaparte at Waterloo.

Padmanabhampuram Palace - Kanyakumari: The ancient historical town Padmanabhapuram is one of the four municipalities in the district is 55 Km. south of Trivandrum, about two km. east of Thuckalay and 35 km. from Kanyakumari on the Trivandrum-Cape Comerin road.

Rock Fort Temple - Tiruchirapalli: Tiruchirappalli itself has a long history, going back to the centuries before the Christian era, when it was a Chola citadel.

Senate House - Chennai: One of Chennai's most impressive architectural marvels, Senate House, at the Madras University campus on the Marina, was constructed under the supervision of Robert Fellowes Chisholm, one of the greatest architects of the 19th century.

Sivaganga Palace - Madurai: Called "Gowri Vilasam", the palace situated in the heart of Sivaganga about 40 km from Madurai, was the seat of many Marava kings.

Thanjavur Palace - Tanjavur: The rice bowl of Tamil Nadu, Tanjavur is a bustling country town situated 55 kms east of Trichy.

The Corporation Campus - Chennai: Named after Lord Rippon, the Father of local self-government, the foundation for the magnificent building was laid by Sir Gilbert John Elliot Murray Kynyn Mound Bart and Carl of Minto, then Viceroy and Governor General of India on December 12, 1909.

Valluvar Kottam - Thiruvarur: The memorial to the poet-saint Tiruvalluvar is shaped like a temple chariot and is, in fact, the replica of the temple chariot in Thiruvarur.

Vellore Fort - Vellore: The fort is one of the finest examples of military architecture in South India.

Vivekananda Illam - Chennai: Vivekananda Rock Memorial is another place in Kanyakumari which attracts large number of tourists.