Important Tourist visit Places in chennai
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In this article you can get the information about the famous places in Chennai which attracts the tourists and the places worth viewing and historical importance too.
Chennai's Important places and tourist attractions
Chennai is the capital of TamilNadu in south India. Chennai is a popular tourist destination also. Chennai has number of
which includes temples, gardens, museums, beaches, churches, parks, caves etc., Chennai is the perfect gateway of South India. Chennai and Chennai people are very famous for treating their guests in a good manner. In Chennai, people will never impertinence if even an enemy come in to their house as a guest. Chennai is very much famous for the
etc., Idli is the type of food you can have it even suffering with high fever and everybody who ever eats first time also will like it. Chennai is becoming an IT hub nowadays next to Bangalore.
Marina Beach and Elliots Beach
Marina Beach is the second longest beach in the world. Marina beach is very popular and runs for 12 km. There are
University of Madras, Chepauk stadium, Icehouse
are very famous buildings Chennai on one side and this very wide sandy beach on the other side. The important attraction near the beach is the aquarium which is at the beginning of the beach.
are very much attached with this Marina beach. Even after Tsunami, people are coming here for its beauty and to make their mind relaxed. There are lots of statues are also at the entrance of this beach.
is a calm and quite beach. Visiting Elliots is ideal for one day picnic and holidays in Chennai. This beach is very safe to swim and this beach is near Adayar.
Valluvar Kottam in Chennai
Valluvar Kottam is the memorial for the poet
the famous poem which has lots of meanings about the every aspects of life written by Thiruvalluvar. Valluvar kottam is the replica of the famed temple chariot of
"Thiruvaroor". Here you can see the statue of the poet-sage Thiruvalluvar in
the 33 m chariot with 1330 couplets of Thirukuram inscribed on the panels. Valluvar Kottam is a main attraction in Chennai for the people who are very much interested about this ancient poet which is in Nungambakkam. Valluvar Kottam is a good picnic spot for the people who visits this place first time and who wants to read the inscribed Thirukurral in the panels. Valluvar Kottam is a must visit
tourist place in Chennai.
Government Museum and National Art Gallery
One of the finest museum in India is the
Government Museum at Chennai
. Here there are sections for anthropoly, numismatics, sculpture, geology, botony, and zoology. The most prized assets of this museum were the 2nd century AD Buddhist site 'Amaravati' and the memento of the prehistoric
relics. Here you can see the collection fo carvings of Hindu, Buddhist and Jain. South Indian musical instruments and jewellery are also kept here, worth seeing. Ancient icons in bronze gallery made of bronze is also superb.
National Art Gallery at Chennai is famous for fine collection of paintings, handicrafts and bronze. There are collection of paintings of Rajasthan and Mughal style from 16th and 17th century, Bronzes and Indian handicrafts are also displayed here.
Sri Parthasarathy Temple and Mylapore Kapalesswar Temple Chennai
Sri Parthasarathy Temple Chennai
was built by Pallavas in the 8th Century in Chennai. The main God here worshipped is Lord Krishna. Sri Parthasarathy temple is one of the oldest temples in Chennai. As it was an 8th Century temple is a must see place in Chennai. As we visit here we can see the art of Pallavas and the sculptors of ancient. One of the worth seeing place in Chennai.
is situated in Mylapore, Chennai. The main god worshipped here is Lord Shiva. As per the inscriptions the temple must be built in 1250AD. But the present temple is rebuilt by Vijaynagar kings in 16th century. The Gopuram (37m)carved with Gods, Goddesses and saints represent who were puranic (old) legends.
Vivekananda House & Museum
The building of
, the stategovernment had leased it to them. Vivekananda house has magnificent structure on the
along with south beach road. Swami Vivekananda stayed here in 1897 during his visit on his way to Calcutta, after his much-admired speech in Chicago for the Parliament of Religions. This building was named after Vivekananda in 1963, the government took over the building.
photographs and the written works are on display here. Books are also sold here in this museum. If you very much interested about knowing this great philosopher you must visit Vivekananda House and Museum to know more about him.
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