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Tamilnadu Tourism

Tamil Nadu Temples

Brief Introduction
Tamil Nadu is one of the important states in India. The Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal enclose the state. It has an ancient history and is believed to be the place of origin of Dravidians. It is known as the temple city of India. The climate of Tamil Nadu is tropical. While April to June is the hottest period, the best time to travel is between Octobers and March. Also the interesting thing is the lip smacking Tamil Cuisine- without the mention of sambar, dosa, rasam, idli and coconut chutney the culinary of Tamil Nadu is just incomplete.

Main Attractions

Temples
Tamil Nadu is the land of temples. Thousands of temples in Dravidian style with huge Gopurams are a highlighted feature of the state. One can spot temples of all religion sects. Most of these temples bear a superficial architectural resemblance with each other The major temples of Tamil Nadu are Meenakshi temple, Kanyakumari temple, Rameshwaram temple,Madurai Murugan Temple, Chidambaram temple and so on


Tamil Nadu Cities

Beaches
With a shoreline of 900 km, the beaches of Tamil Nadu are the ultimate scenes for sun and surf. The long golden sand; the best place for relaxing and sun bathing. Also do not miss the fun water sports at the beaches. The best beaches worth visit are Marina beach, Rameshwaram beach, Covelong beach, Kanyakumari beach and so on.

Cities
The cities of Tamil Nadu are the best depiction of the architectural excellence, rich cultural heritage and economic development of the state. The major cities of Tamil Nadu are Chennai, Madurai, Kanyakumari, Rameshwaram, Ooty and so on.

Hill Stations
The hill stations of Tamil Nadu are the ideal destination to escape the crowd and heat of the cities. Vast expanse of greenery, waterfalls, cool climate all this allures one to visit them. They also offer for various recreational activities like trekking, hand gliding, golfing and so on. The famous hill stations here are Ooty, Kodaikanal, Munnar, Anamalai and Nilgiris.


Tamil Nadu Cities

Wildlife
Tamil Nadu is rich in flora and fauna. The topography consisting of Western Ghats is favorable for many wildlife species.

Flora
There are more than 3000 species of plants; also one can spot Kurinji. Palmyra trees, medicinal herbs, Rubber, Sandalwood grows in the hills of Tamil Nadu.

Fauna
Elephants, Tigers, Bisons, Monkeys, deers,lion tailed macaque, bonnet macaque, Common Langur, Nilgiris Langur, Malabar Giant Squirrel and Grizzled Giant Squirrel. Tiger, Panther, Elephant, Gaur, Pangolin, Sambar, Spotted Deer, Barking Deer and so on.

Avifauna
Grey Heron, Darters, Egrets, Grey Pelican, White Ibis, Grey Jungle Fowl, Green Pigeons, Mynahs, Black Eagle and many more.


Hotels in Tamil Nadu

Hotels in Tamil Nadu

Connectivity
Air: Tamil Nadu has an international airport near Chennai.
Rail: The main railway station is in Chennai.
Road: A number of national highways and state highways crisscross the land that connect it to all the other major cities.



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