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  • Brief of Tamil Nadu Tamil Nadu is the land of the Tamils and it has a history that dates back to a several thousand years. It is a land where traditions and culture blend and continue to live in harmony. The state abounds in monuments and temples that are ancient and each has its own story of religious, artistic and cultural accomplishment and specialty waiting to be heard.Are there answers to be found on her beaches and hill stations as they welcome the traveler? We are sure you will form your own opinions and have your own perceptions as we welcome you to this enchanting and ancient Dravidian land, in the extreme south of peninsular India.Tamil Nadu has a long coastline that stretches nearly a 1000 kms. The Coromandel Coast, along the Bay of Bengal, boasts of many ideal l


    cations for sun and surf. Golden sands of the beach are dotted with coconut palm and casuarinas groves. The sea washes ashore pebbles and shells and the gentle breeze sways the yachts and catamarans into the deeper waters of the sea and the waters form small dunes on the shore. Crabs play hide - and - seek by coming out of one burrow, and taking refuge in another. Sea gulls hover in the sky and then rest on the sails of the fishing boats. There are many more breathtaking sights that will please you and hold you spell bound in Tamil Nadu.One of the most striking features of Tamil Nadu culture is the festivals that are the heartbeat of the region. Pongal is one of the most popular festival of Tamil Nadu. Hill stations like Ooty, Kodaikanal and Mamallapuram (Mahaballipuram) all adorn this jewel of the south Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu is bestowed with dynamic cities like, Chennai which are further known as the 'Gateway to the South'. Music maestros like M.S. Subbulakshmi represent the Carnatic
    nto the deeper waters of the sea and the waters form small dunes on the shore. Crabs play hide - and - seek by coming out of one burrow, and taking refuge in another. Sea gulls hover in the sky and then rest on the sails of the fishing boats. There are many more breathtaking sights that will please you and hold you spell bound in Tamil Nadu.One of the most striking features of Tamil Nadu culture is the festivals that are the heartbeat of the region. Pongal is one of the most popular festival of Tamil Nadu. Hill stations like Ooty, Kodaikanal and Mamallapuram (Mahaballipuram) all adorn this jewel of the south Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu is bestowed with dynamic cities like, Chennai which are further known as the 'Gateway to the South'. Music maestros like M.S. Subbulakshmi represent the Carnatic musical legacy. Dances of Tamil Nadu are the most distinguished of all dance forms of India; Bharat Natyam is the cultural pride of Tamil Nadu. Temples embrace Tamil Nadu tourism and welcome tourists to discover the spiritual dimension of the South. The magical silver beaches of Tamil Nadu extend their charisma beyond the sea! The longest Marina Beach is a major tourist attraction of Tamil Nadu.
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