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About Tamilnadu Travel

Tamil Nadu is the very bastion of Dravidian cultural legacy and tradition and since time immemorial, been a pioneer of peace and wisdom. The history of it's people has echoed a legacy which is both rich and multi-dimensional. Sharing boundaries with the states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Kerala, Tamil Nadu has an continuous coast line, contouring the Bay of Bengal. Physically, Tamil Nadu is a visual extravaganza. Densely forested uplands which bounteous in wildlife, intensively cultivated farmlands interspersed with rocky water, mountain chains of the western Ghats, which give way to fertile coastal plains and plateaus form the geographical features of Tamil Nadu.
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Tamil Nadu Holiday Attractions

Tamilians holidays are inculcated with the virtue to appreciate culture, from a very young age, and have a deep interest in music, dance and literature. Classical dancing in the form of Bharatanatyam, has its origin in the temples of the South East, and continues to be followed with a lot of fervour and dedication in Tamil Nadu. Carnatic music is another attraction of art form, that has evolved over the ages, producing artists of great repute. Festivals are a daily feature in this region. Navaratri or Dussehra (September/October), Diwali (October/ November), Karthika (November/December) and Pongal (January) are the major occasions, celebrated with great enthusiasm. A unique festival of Carnatic music, the Thyagaraja festival, is celebrated annually in January at Thiruvariyar, the birth place of famous singer poet Thyagaraja, where one can witness the amazing spectacle of mass performance, in total harmony and rhythm.

Temple attractions in Tamil Nadu were the fulcrum of society and even today art forms that have their origin in religious worship continue to colour daily life. Notable among these are splendid bronzes of deities, painting on glass and Bharatanatyam, an evocative dance form.
Tamil Nadu offers the traveller excellent value, particularly in accommodation. Hotel prices are generally lower than they are further north and standards are often higher and also Famous Destinations Travel to Tamilnadu

Holiday Travel amidt the Gift of Mother Nature !

Although Tamil Nadu is one of the most urbanized states of India, it is still a rural land; agriculture is the mainstay of life for about three-quarters of the rural population. The major food crops include rice, maize, Jowar, Bajra, Ragi, and pulses. The cash crops include cotton, sugarcane, oilseeds, coffee, tea rubber, and chillies.

Mechanical endeavour !

The principal industries are; cotton textiles, chemicals, fertilizers, paper and paper products, printing and allied industries, diesel engines, automobiles and parts, cement, sugar, iron and steel, and railway wagon and coaches. The state is the biggest textiles producer in India and an important exporter of leather and leather products, cotton piece goods, tea, coffee, spices, tobacco, etc.

Tourist Attraction of Tamilnadu

Tamil Nadu has perhaps the largest number of religious celebrations in the year. Most of the temple-festivals take place in September-October and in the post-harvest months of March-June....

Bharatanatyam is an Indian classical dance form from the state of Tamil Nadu, which represents the language of rhythm and melody in different patterns of curves, angles and lateral movements.....

The history of Tamil Nadu is very old and it is believed that human endeavour s to inhabit this area began as early as 300, 000 years ago. It is also suggested that the first Dravidians of Tamil country were part of the early Indus Valley ......

Tamil Nadu, true home of Indian vegetarianism, is the land of the delicious Pongal, Idli, Dosa, Sambar and Rasam....

The length of road network in Tamil Nadu is nearly 1.70 lakh kms. Private bus operators link the important cities and government buses ply the entire south.....

Kunthakulam bird sanctuary is situated 33-km south of Tirunelveli in Nanguneri taluk. Kunthakulam is a small and natural scenic village, which is covered with natural forests and ponds....

Kunthakulam bird sanctuary is situated 33-km south of Tirunelveli in Nanguneri taluk. Kunthakulam is a small and natural scenic village, which is covered with natural forests and ponds....

The climate in southern India shows only slight seasonal variations. Temperatures and humidity remain relatively high all year round. Rainfall is common at any time of the year and the Monsoon Season has only marginally more precipitation than at any other time.

Tamilnadu is a tourist's paradise. A rich culture. A regal tapestry of history . A nature's bliss of blue beaches and clear skies..... a modern state......

Government of India Tourist Office, 154, Anna Salai Madras 600 002 Tamil Nadu , INDIA

Close on the heels was the art and craft of Chettinad that began to flood the antique shop. There were beautifully proportioned pillars in rare tropical woods, ornately craved doorways and doors..

Tamil Nadu, the southern most state of Indian peninsula is well connected to other parts of India by air travel. There are quite a few Airports in Tamil Nadu and which are dotted in various regions of the state...