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History

Madurai is one of the antiquated urban communities of South India with a brilliant history. It is well known for its reality acclaimed Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple. The city of Madurai has been developed as a lotus and is worked around the temple. Situated on the banks of River Vaigai, Madurai ended up one of the real business regions of Tamil Nadu. Thirumalai Naicker Mahal at Madurai was considered to be one of the wonders of the South. The city is a main exporter of Jasmine flowers throughout the world. Because of its chronicled foundation, the temple city of Madurai draws in a huge number of pilgrims and tourists consistently from India and abroad.

Best Time To Visit

Madurai has hot and dry climate for most of the year. The best time for visiting the place is from October to March as it is a perfect time for temple visits, touring and traveling. This is for the most part viewed as the best season to visit. The climate is charming, with moderate to light precipitation. The temperature extends somewhere in the range of 20 and 29 degrees Celcius. The town is known for its antiquated temples and other architectural and religious artful culminations and gets a liberal horde of individuals consistently. Madurai is the most interesting and inviting amid the months among October and March which harmonizes with its winter season.

Around City

Madurai is a fiery, antiquated city on the Vaigai River in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu. Madurai was the capital of the prior Pandyan Kingdom. Madurai is encompassed by a few mountains. The Madurai city has 3 hills as its city limit. Yanaimalai, Nagamalai, Pasumalai named after Elephant, Snake and Cow individually.

Meenakshi Amman Temple, Ayiram Kal Mandabam (Hall of Thousand Pillars) are a portion of the vital visitor puts in Madurai. Madurai constantly viewed as a decent pioneer focus. Travellers from different part of the nation and world are coming to Madurai and getting a charge out of a historical brilliance. The major attraction of the city is Meenakshi Amman temple. Other places to visit in Madurai are Alagar Koil, Thiruparangkundram, Palarmuthir solai (implies cultivate with organic products), Thirumalai Naicker Mahal (royal residence of Naickers), Teppakulam (a square tank practically a large portion of a kilometer length as one side length), gandi exhibition hall (where we can discover blood spotted last dress of Gandiji), and so forth.

The city is said to be as City of Festivals practically all the days in year is having no less than a little celebration. The city is likewise called ‘thoonganagaram’ which implies Non-dozing city. Street side shops are exceptionally renowned in Madurai where all can get great sustenances in less expensive expenses. Jigardhanda, a run of the mill Muslim cool beverage is one of the renowned beverage from Madurai. Madurai is well known for jasmine flowers and also popular for Alanganallur Jallikattu.

There are many hotels and resorts in Madurai, one can accommodate and explore the famous Courtallam Falls (Main Falls, Small Falls, Shenbagadevi falls, Honey Falls, Five Falls,Tiger Falls, Old Falls, New Falls, Pazhathotta Aruvi), the falls which attracts large number of visitors around the world.

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