Meenakshi Amman Temple

One Of The Most Famous Pilgrimages, Meenakshi Madurai Temple, Is A Place Worth Seeing By Every Art Lover. This Architectural Masterpiece Is A Finest Example Of Dravidian Style Of Architecture. The Most Important Part Of Madurai Tour, This Temple Was Built During The Pandya Reign And Is Now Under The Administration Of HR And CE Department Of Tamil Nadu. Dedicated To Goddess Meenakshi And Lord Sundareswara, Who Is An Incarnation Of Lord Shiva, This Temple Is Located In The Heart Of Madurai City. Madurai City In The Shape Of Lotus Surrounds The Temple. Meenakshi Temple Is Considered To One Of The Oldest And The Largest Temples Of India. Majestic Architecture, Intricate Carvings, Beautiful Paintings, Exquisite Sculptures And An Ancient History Associated To It Makes This Temple One Of The Most Visited Tourist Destination Of South India

Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Museum

Holy City Of Madurai Has Played A Crucial Role In The Life Of Mahatma Gandhi And His Fight Against Many Oddities Of Our Country And The Colonial System. This City Boasts Of Being One Of The First In The Country To Have A Temple As Renowned As Meenakshi Sundareswara Temple Being Opened For Everyone. It Was Here, Where Mahatma Gandhi Entered The Magnificent Meenakshi Temple With Harijans, Which Was A Historic Step In His Fight Against Untouchability. Gandhi Memorial Museum Symbolizes This And Many Other Important Facets Of Mahatma Gandhi’s Life. Gandhi Memorial Museum Not Only Offers A Glimpse Into The Aspects Of Mahatma Gandhi, But Also Holds A High Historical Significance. Originally A Palace Of Rani Mangammal Of The Naick Dynasty, This Building Has Seen Many Rulers With Changing Decades.

Teppakulam Mariamman Temple

A Popular Place To See In Madurai, Vandiyur Mariamman Teppakulam Is Associated With The Vandiyur Mariamman Temple. A Temple Pond Complex With A Man-made Island In The Middle, It Is Primarily Used For Religious Purposes. Located Only 2 Km From The Famous Meenakshi Sundareswara Temple, It Also Attracts Hordes Of Devotees. Considered As One Of The Largest Temple Tanks Not Only In Tamil Nadu But In South India, This Temple Tanks Receives Its Water From The River Vaigai. Built In 1645 AD During The Rule Of Thirumalai Nayak, This Temple Pond Is Surrounded By Granite Steps On All The Four Sides While In The Middle A Vigneshwara Temple Is Located, Which Is Dedicated To Lord Vinayaka/ Lord Ganesha. These Long Stairs Around The Pond Along With The Temple Were Built By King Thirumalai Nayak.

Thirumalai Nayak Palace

An Artistic Blend Of Dravidian And Islamic Styles, Thirumalai Nayak Palace Is A Place Worth Admiring And Exploring When On A Madurai Tour. It Was Built In 1635, By The King Thirumalai Nayak Who Had The Vision Of Creating A Masterpiece For Royal Stay. It Was Designed As A Residence For The King By An Italian Architect. This Palace Is A Must Visit For History Lovers And Those Who Love To Explore Architectural Fineness Of Bygone Eras. The Sound And Light Shows Are Conducted Every Evening At The Palace, Making Your Trip To This Palace Even More Exciting. Now Under The Protection Of Tamil Nadu Archaeological Department, This Palace Was Declared As A National Monument Immediately After Independence

Thiruparankundram Murugan Temple

One Of The Prominent Religious Shrines, Thiruparankundram Murugan Temple Is Among The 6 Temples Of Lord Murugan, Called As Arupadaiveedu. This Temple Has Been Carved Out Of A Mountain By Cutting Rocks Adding On To Its Overall Magnetism. Thiruparankundram Temple Was Built In The 8th Century During The Pandyan Reign. This Temple, With Its Shrine Carved Out Of A Rock, Has Separate Shrines For Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, Goddess Durga, Lord Vinayaka And Of Other Prominent Hindu Deities. This Temple, Which Is Also Historically Important, Is Known For A Special Feature. In This Temple, Idols Of Lord Shiva And Lord Vishnu Face Each Other, Which Is A Unique Aspect In A Hindu Temple.From This Temple, Sun And Moon Can Be Seen Together, Which Is A Major Attraction Among Devotees.

Azhakar Kovil

Located At A Distance Of 21 Km Away From Madurai, Alagar Koyil Temple, Also Known With The Name Of Azhagar Kovil Is One Of The Prominent Temples Situated At The Foothills Of Alagar Hills. This Temple Has High Religious Significance As Well As Presents A Captivating Architecture. What Makes It Even More Enchanting Is The Natural Setting Surrounding This Temple. With A History That Dates Back To Early Sangam Age, This Temple Is A Must Visit When On A Madurai Tour. Alagar Koyil Temple Is Dedicated To Lord Vishnu And Is Known For Its Intricate Sculpting And Mandapams. Alagar Hills Also Have Great Importance In The Hindu Religion; This Hill Is Called Alagar As The Lord Thirumal Is Known With The Name Of Alagar Here, Hence The Hills Are Named On The Lord.


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