Festivals are part of India, and one such is ‘Aadi Perullu’. Also known as ‘Aadi 18’, it is an auspicious festival of the Hindus that belong to the Tamil community. A local holiday has been declared in the Trichy district to help people celebrate this festival. Held on the banks of the Cauvery River, it is celebrated on the 18th of the Tamil month Adi, i.e. mid-July to mid-August. This monsoon festival is celebrated to pay homage to water’s life-sustaining properties. You can say it is more like thanksgiving pomp for Nature’s bountiful grace on humanity. On this auspicious day, our Mother Nature is glorified in the form of Amman deities. How about being a part of this festival by booking your Tamil Nadu tour? Here are some attractions that you can visit while you are on this holy trip.
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A perfect blend of modernity, historical magnificence and colour, Tamil Nadu is one destination you should not miss visiting. From beautiful beaches, ancient temples to rich history Tamil Nadu have got it all. Here are some attractions that you should not miss visiting while in Tamil Nadu:
Also, popularly known as Kodai Lake, Kodaikanal Lake is basically an artificial lake that is beautifully set in the Kodaikanal city in Tamil Nadu. You can visit this lake to experience tranquillity and to take a stroll around to enjoy the mesmerising beauty.
Another major attraction that cannot be missed is Marina Beach. Being the second largest beach in the world, Marina Beach is one of the popular tourist attractions. You will find it is filled with tourists and locals all through the day. While you are relaxing on this beach, you can even indulge in different activities such as windsurfing, fishing, kite flying, sunbathing and more.
Your trip to Tamil Nadu is incomplete unless you have visited the famous Brihadishvara Temple. Located beautifully in Thanjavur city, this temple is also known as Rajarajesvaram or Peruvudaiyar Koyil and is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This temple is a splendid example of Tamil architecture.
For tourists who love to be closer to nature should not miss out on Dolphin’s Nose. Being one of the remarkable viewpoints, Dolphin’s Nose is formed with huge rocks. Being one of the famous tourist destinations in Ooty, Dolphin’s Nose offers mesmerizing views of Catherine Falls. It is the peak of the rock that looks like a Dolphin’s nose.
While you are here in Kodaikanal, do not miss this beautiful attraction – Coakers Walk. For tourists who want to soak in the fresh air and treat your tired eyes to lush green landscapes, then Coakers Walk is definitely the answer.
Other than the ones mentioned Tamil Nadu is home to other major attractions. Book your Tamil Nadu tour with SOTC for packages that let you save. The packages are catered and tailored according to your preferences.