Choose either one as your desire and go on an excursion in a day.
| ||The Holy Island Rameswaram Temple stands out as the mainstay and outward symbol of Indian Culture, Religion and Philosophy. One of
the most sacred places for Hindus, a place of pilgrimage a 'Thirth', holydip, it is believed to be charged with divine power and purity.
It is by tradition a place, where you can gain Nirvana, attain true enlightenment also achieve Moksha, a liberation from the endless cycle of life
[4hrs covers 180k.m.]
| ||This is one of the Six most Sacred Abodes of Lord Murugan,
the younger son of Shiva. This ancient temple was built in 7th Century A.D. It is located at an elevation of 1500ft
above sea level, can be reached by climbing 659 steps or by using electrical winch.
[3hrs covers 120k.m.]
| ||An extremely exquisite hill station just can't be compared
with the gleaming and glittering diamond on Queen's Crown. The hill heaven situated at 7200 feet above sea level.
[3.5hrs covers 120k.m.]
| ||It is known as cape comarin.
It has been a fabulous and famous pilgrim centre. Kanniyakumari gets its name from the virgin Goddess Bhagavathy Amman who
symbolizes Shakthi is the one of the incarnations of Parvathi. Hindu scriptures articulate that all hindus visit Varanasi,
Rameswaram and Kanniyakumari to complete their divine pilgrimage. The temple is perched overlooking the confluence of the three
seas, name as Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean.
[5hrs covers 250k.m.]
| ||Karaikudi is known as the capital
of Chettinad, which includes Karaikudi and 74 (traditionally its said as 96) other villages. The town has been familiar of its opulent houses.
[2hrs covers 80k.m.]
It is known as Thiruchi named after Three-Headed Asura Thirusirars (demon). The city city is the fourth largest city in the state of Tamilnadu
and was a citadel of the early Chola Kings. There are few temples in Trichy which get historical and architectural important
[3hrs covers 130k.m.]
Sri Brihadiswara Temple is one of the classical monuments created by a man in worship and devotion to God. In many aspects the
temple is unique. It is a repository of all arts, a combination can't be found anywhere in the world. Thanjavur derives its name
from Tanjan, an Asura (giant) who according to local legend devasteited the neighbourhood and was killed by Sri Anandavalli Amman
(Goddess) and Sri Neelamegaperumal, Vishnu. The demon's last request that the city might be named after him was granted.
[4.5hrs covers 180k.m.]
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