From vegetarian to meat dishes, the interesting array will leave travelers spoiled for choice.
Things to see and do in Tamil Nadu.
Every year exponents of classical dance forms from across the country perform against the magnificent backdrop of the Rock Sculptures.
The most striking feature of the center is the fabulous Dhyanalinga Yogic Temple, built as a meditation hall where no specific faith is to be followed.
Kodaikanal, one of the more popular hill stations in Tamil Nadu, is located in the Dindigul district. Kodai is the only hill station in India set up by Americans.
Kodaikanal, situated at about 2100m on the upper Palani Hills, is a popular hill-station with quick access from Madurai.
There are 2 concentric, walled gateways to the main shrine. These have 12 colorful Gopurams while the 2 Vimanas above the shrines of the main deities are covered in gold.
Madurai, the literary and cultural hub of modern Tamil Nadu, is home to the Sri Meenakshi Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva and his consort Parvati.
Rameswaram is situated in the Gulf of Mannar. According to legend, this is the place from where Lord Rama built a bridge across the sea to Lanka.
The entire hotel has been built quite nicely with marble-tiled flooring and dark-wood accents. Our large double-room too had a similar design scheme.