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India has something to offer for every tourist visiting the country. The clad mountains, vast desserts, lush green meadows, dense woods attract the global travellers besides the magnificent temples, palaces and forts. Finding out a little about this huge country is found to be worthwhile by many travellers aspiring to visit India. India, which has […]

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The Alchemy of South India – A Divine Blend From caves with accurate evidence of Neolithic people to man-made temples confusing archaeologists, historians, architecture experts, and renowned artists for centuries, Tamil Nadu and Kerala have an impossible level of exclusivity which feels like entering two different countries although they are two closely glued states. The […]

The Great Living Temples of Cholas Airavatesvara temple shaped like a chariot in Darasuam was built by RajaRaja Chola II in the 12th century. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the temple boasts off the architectural precision of the Chola dynasty. Carvings of “Yali” having the trunk of an elephant, head of a lion, body […]

Chola -The pride of India   The Chola dynasty has left its strong foot in the Indian History for the elegant architectures, civilization and holistic development of the society. Historians refer to the achievements of the Chola Dynasty over THREE different periods as Early, Medieval and Later Cholas. The Cholas are remembered even after thousand […]

“India is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great-grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most instructive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only.” –Mark Twain The above quote by American writer, Mark Twain explains […]

Many inscriptions and sculptures in the mountain of Rock fort that have passed the test of time indicate that the region was once a flourishing land for Jainism where deformed sculptures of Tirthankara are found to be carved on a rock bed known as Sarukku Parai in Rock fort. As one of the world’s oldest […]

The tongue-twisting name means ‘the town of the Chola who took the Ganges’. Developed as the centrepiece of a city, it was built by the Chola king Rajendra I to celebrate his conquests. The magnificent Brihadishwara Temple (a replica of the Tanjore temple) stands in the tiny village of GANGAIKONDACHOLAPURAM in Ariyalur District, 35km north […]

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