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SEVEN WONDERS

Eiffel Tower

Taj Mahal
Babylon
Tower Of Pisa
Pyramids
Empire Building
Great Wall
 

 

THAILAND

Thai Festival
Island
Beach
Thai Temples
Night Life
Gem&Jewelry
 
 

TAMILNADU

Ooty
Kodaikanal
Sirkali
Chidambaram
Mayiladuthurai
Coimbatore
Trichy
Madurai
 

 

 
 

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Area :130,058 sq. kms.
Population :
Approx.61.5 million people per sq. km.
Languages :
Tamil,Telugu and Kannada.
Capital :
Chennai
Accessibility :
Literacy Ratio:
64%
No. of Districts :20
No. of Bank:
Branches, 4,264
Major Ports: Madras Airports Madras, Coimbatore, Madurai, Tiruchanapalli  

Tamil Nadu is bounded by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in the north and Kerala in the west. The eastern and western tips of the Tamilnadu are defined by the Point Calimere and Mudumalai   wildlife sanctuaries while the northern extreme is Pulicat lake and the southernmost tip is Kanyakumari, the land's end. Tamil Nadu is principally washed by the Cauvery, originating in Coorg in neighbouring Karnataka . Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu is known for its beautiful beach resorts.

CITIES & TOWNS

Chennai Chidhambaram Coimbatore Connoor Courtallam
Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kanchipuram
 Kanyakumari Kumbakonam Ketti Kodaikanal Kotagiri
Madurai  Mahabalipuram Nagappattinam Nagercoil  Nagore
Namakkal Nanguneri > Nilgiri Hills Palani Poompuhar
Pudukkotai Rajapalayam Ramanthapuram Rameshwaram Salem
Sivakasi Srirangam Thanjavur Tiruchirappalli Tirunelveli
 

Madurai:  is the oldest and second largest city of      Tamil Nadu. This city is located on Vaigai River and was the capital of Pandyan rulers till the 14th century.The Pandyan king, Kulasekhara had built a gorgeous temple around which he created a lotus shaped city. Meenakshi Amman Temple: An excellent example of Dravidian Architecture, the Meenakshi Temple attracts devotees from all over India and Tourist from all over the world. One can climb to the southern Gopuram of the temple to get a great view of the city. Vaigai dam is surrounded by well-manicured gardens and has come up as a popular picnic spots, just 70-km from Madurai.

Coimbatore :is one of the most industrialised cities in the state. Popularly known as "The Textile Capital of South India" or "The Manchester of the South", the city is situated on the banks of the river Noyyal. Coimbatore enjoys a very pleasant climate the year round, aided by the fresh breeze that flows in through the 25-km long Palakkad gap.
Prime attractions: Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary,Black Thunder Amusement park, TopSlip(Anamalai), VOC park,
 Sengupathi Water Falls,Monkey Falls. 

Tiruchi: is Situated in Tiruchirappalli district, on the banks of the River Kaveri (also spelt as Cauvery) is Tiruchirappalli, a city known for its educational institutions, industries, and temples. It is shortly called as "Tiruchi" or "Trichy". The most famous landmark of Tiruchirappalli is the Rock Fort Temple, a spectacular monument perched on a massive rocky out crop which rises abruptly from the plain to tower over the old city. Kudumianmalai temple is located at a distance of 25-km from Trichy. The presiding deity is Lord Sikhagireeswara. There are beautiful sculptures and a thousand pillar-hall within the temple 

Kanyakumari:  is bounded by Tirunelveli district in the north and northeast, by Kerala state in the northwest and confluence of Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean in the west and south.At the southern most land tip of India, where the Arabian Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal meet, lies Kannyakumari, an important pilgrim centre. Kannyakumari is famous for its beach and the spectacular sunrises and sunsets, especially on full moon days. Kanyakumari is also famous for its vast green stretches of paddy fields, rich forests, coconut groves and mineral sands.