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Tamil Nadu Temple Tour

8 days  |  Starts : Chennai   |   Ends: Trivandrum  |  from INR -------

Tamil Nadu, a southeast Indian state, is famed for its Dravidian-style Hindu temples. In Madurai, Meenakshi Amman Temple has high gopurams (tower gateways) ornamented with colorful figures. Rameswaram temple, on Pamban Island, is a pilgrimage site, and Kanyakumari, at India’s southernmost tip, is the site of ritual sunrises.


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Itinerary

Day 1 : Arrive Chennai

On arrival in Chennai, meet and assist at airport and transfer to hotel
Hotel check-in at 1400 hours
Rest of the day at leisure
Overnight: Chennai   |  Breakfast

Day 2 : Chennai

Following breakfast at hotel, proceed for sightseeing tour of Chennai
Before the arrival of the British and the creation of Fort St. By 1693 Fort St. George or ‘White Town’ as it was known, had merged with Chennaipatnam, Purasawalkam, Egmore and Tondiarpet. read more...

This conglomeration of several overgrown villages became known as Madras, and was later captured by the French in 1746, before being returned after the Treaty of Aix la Chapelle two years later. Expansion of the city continued until 1793, when the British moved their administrative centre to Calcutta. A tour of Chennai should include Fort St. George, Britain’s first bastion in India that was completed in 1654 and rebuilt several times over the years. St. Mary’s Church built in 1678–80, is the oldest Anglican Church in Asia and should not be missed. Visit the Kapaleeshwara Temple dedicated to Shiva, a fascinating working temple with an impressive Gopura at its entrance. Visit the San Thome Basilica, a Gothic style Catholic Church, which houses the remains of St. Thomas, who brought Christianity to the sub-continent in 52 AD. Also visit the National Art Gallery and Museum, which has a wonderful section dedicated to the metal deity idols found in ancient temples.

Rest of the day at leisure

Overnight: Chennai   |  Breakfast

Day 3 : Chennai – Tirupati

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Tirupati
On arrival in Tirupati, check-in at hotel
Afternoon visit Tirumala Venkateshwara Temple [no guide]
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Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple is a landmark vaishnavite temple situated in the hill town of Tirumala at Tirupati. The Temple is dedicated to Lord Venkateswara, an incarnation of Vishnu, who is believed to have appeared here to save mankind from trials and troubles of Kali Yuga. Hence the place has also got the name Kaliyuga Vaikuntham and Lord here is referred to as Kaliyuga Prathyaksha Daivam. The temple is also known by other names like Tirumala Temple, Tirupati Temple, Tirupati Balaji Temple. Venkateswara is known by many other names: Balaji, Govinda, and Srinivasa. The Temple is constructed in Dravidian architecture and is believed to be constructed over a period of time starting from 300 AD. The Garbagriha [Sanctum Sanctorum] is called Ananda Nilayam. The preciding deity, Venkateswara, is in standing posture and faces east in Garbha griha. The temple follows Vaikhanasa Agama tradition of worship. The temple is one of the eight Vishnu Swayambhu Kshetras and is listed as 106th and the last earthly Divya Desam. The Temple premises had two modern queue complex buildings to organize the piligrim rush, Tarigonda Venkamamba Annaprasadam complex for free meals to pilgrims, hair tonsure buildings and a number of pilgrim lodging sites. [Non-Hindus are not permitted in the inner sanctum, men are expected to wear a dhoti or long formal trousers with shirt or kurta-pyjamas and women are expected to wear saree or churidar along with dupatta or stole]

Overnight: Velankanni   |  Breakfast

Day 4 : Tirupati

Following breakfast at hotel, day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal to explore the city on own [no guide]
Overnight: Tirupati   |  Breakfast

Day 5 : Tirupati – Kanchipuram – Mahabalipuram

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Mahabalipuram en-route visiting Kanchipuram
Kanchipuram :
One of the seven sacred cities in Hinduism, the ‘Golden City of a thousand temples 76km southwest of Chennai, is a major pilgrim centre.
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Hieun Tsang, the Chinese traveller visited Kanchipuram in the 7th century and the Buddhist monk Bodhidharma lived and worked here. The capital of many successive dynasties, religious dominance has fluctuated over the years: Buddhism, Jainism and later Hinduism have all contended for supremacy. The city is renowned for its temples and shrines including the Jain temples of Tiruparuttipuram, built between the 9th to the 16th century AD. Even older are the two great temples of Shiva and Vishnu, namely the Kailasnatha Temple built by the Pallava king Narasimha Varman II that is considered the most beautiful, and the Vaikuntha Perumal Temple, built by Nandivarman also a Pallava king. [The temples are closed between 1200 hours to 1600 hours and Non-Hindus are not permitted in the inner sanctum]

On arrival in Mahabalipuram, check-in at hotel
In afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Mahabalipuram

Mahabalipuram :
One of South India’s most visited historical sites Mahabalipuram, a seaside resort 85km from Chennai, is named after Mamalla, the Pallava ruler who made the port famous. Narasimhavarman I Pallavamalla created 14 cave temples, nine monolithic rathas, sculptured rock panels and many stone temples. The most striking monuments are the 5 rathas [shrines in the shape of chariots] and the bas-relief sculpted on a huge rock known as Arjuna's penance. This sculpture is 29m long and 7m high and depicts the decent of the Ganges River from the Himalayas. The Mahishasuramardini Mandapa from the mid-7th century also has fine bas-relief carving and intricate columns. The Krishna Mandapam shows Krishna protecting his kinsmen from Indra, the Rain God and beside the sea, surrounded by a garden is the Shore Temple, a World Heritage site that is unusual as it is dedicated to both Shiva and Vishnu. Auroville [City of Dawn] is an experimental township in Viluppuram district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India, near Puducherry in South India. It was founded in 1968 by Mirra Alfassa [known as "The Mother"] and designed by architect Roger Anger. As stated in Alfassa's first public message about the township, "Auroville is meant to be a universal town where men and women of all countries are able to live in peace and progressive harmony, above all creeds, all politics and all nationalities. The purpose of Auroville is to realize human unity."
Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Mahabalipuram   |  Breakfast

Day 6 : Mahabalipuram – Tiruvannamalai – Pondicherry

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Pondicherry en-route visiting Tiruvannamalai Temple [no guide]
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Annamalaiyar Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Shiva, located at the base of Annamalai hills in the town of Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu, India. It is significant to the Hindu sect of Saivism as one of the temples associated with the five elements, the Pancha Bhoota Stalas, and specifically the element of fire, or Agni. Shiva is worshiped as Annamalaiyar or Arunachaleswarar, and is represented by the lingam, with his idol referred to as Agni lingam.

His consort Parvati is depicted as Unnamulai Amman. The presiding deity is revered in the 7th century Tamil Saiva canonical work, the Tevaram, written by Tamil saint poets known as the nayanars and classified as Paadal Petra Sthalam. The 9th century Saiva saint poet Manikkavasagar composed the Tiruvempaavai here. The temple complex covers 10 hectares, and is one of the largest in India. It houses four gateway towers known as gopurams. The tallest is the eastern tower, with 11 stories and a height of 66 metres [217 ft], making it one of the tallest temple towers in India. The temple has numerous shrines, with those of Annamalaiyar and Unnamulai Amman being the most prominent.

The temple complex houses many halls; the most notable is the thousand-pillared hall built during the Vijayanagar period. The temple has six daily rituals at various times from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., and twelve yearly festivals on its calendar. The Karthigai Deepam festival is celebrated during the day of the full moon between November and December, and a huge beacon is lit atop the hill. It can be seen from miles around, and symbolizes the Shiva lingam of fire joining the sky. The event is witnessed by three million pilgrims. On the day preceding each full moon, pilgrims circumnavigate the temple base and the Annamalai hills in a worship called Girivalam, a practice carried out by one million pilgrims yearly.The present masonry structure was built during the Chola dynasty in the 9th century, while later expansions are attributed to Vijayanagar rulers of the Sangama Dynasty [1336–1485 CE], the Saluva Dynasty and the Tuluva Dynasty [1491–1570 CE].
On arrival in Pondicherry, check-in at hotel
Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Pondicherry   |  Breakfast

Day 7 : Pondicherry

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and proceed for sightseeing tour of Pondicherry
Known as the French Riviera of the East, Pondicherry, a Union Territory was the largest French colony in India and can trace its origins back to 1500 BC when Saint Agastya Muni, a revered sage had his hermitage in ancient Vedapuri.
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In September 2006 the name was officially changed to the vernacular original ‘Puducherry’, which means new village in Tamil, the local language. In 1954, the French voluntarily handed the territory back to the Indian Government but even today, traces of French colonial charm remain, especially in the old quarters, where the Boulevards are still lined with Mediterranean style houses and bakeries continue to bake baguettes and croissants. Very much an Indian city Pondicherry is an interesting mix of East and West, where French is still spoken and understood. As well as visiting the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Sri Aurbindo Ashram, [the final resting-place of Sri Aurobindo, a saint/yogi who mixed yoga and modern science] a tour of Pondicherry should include the museum. It has an interesting sculpture collection, a selection of archaeological finds from the Roman settlement at Arikamedu and the French gallery that charts the history and development of the colony.

Auroville [City of Dawn] is an experimental township in Viluppuram district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India, near Puducherry in South India. It was founded in 1968 by Mirra Alfassa [known as "The Mother"] and designed by architect Roger Anger. As stated in Alfassa's first public message about the township, "Auroville is meant to be a universal town where men and women of all countries are able to live in peace and progressive harmony, above all creeds, all politics and all nationalities. The purpose of Auroville is to realize human unity."

Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Pondicherry   |  Breakfast

Day 8 : Pondicherry - Chidambaram - Darasuram - Gangaikonda Cholapuram - Tanjore

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Tanjore en-route visiting Chidambaram, Darasuram and Gangai Konda Cholapuram [no guide]

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Chidambaram :
One of Tamil Nadu’s most sacred sites, the temple town of Chidambaram was the Cholas capital from AD 907 to 1310. A highly active temple with Brahmins at every shrine Chidambaram is one of the oldest, most venerated and magnificent temples in India. Seafarers once used the towering gopurams, about 45m high, as a landmark as they sailed along the Coromandel Coast. The Nataraja Temple is dedicated to the dancing Shiva and legend suggests a Kashmiri Emperor, who was on a pilgrimage built the temple. The Emperor, who suffered from leprosy, bathed in the temple tank and as a result was cured of the disease. As thanks he enlarged the temple. The dancing Shiva, Nataraja is a repeated theme in many of the temples in both sculpture and relief, and the many ceremonies held are appropriately musical in nature. The Akasa lingam represents the invisible element ‘space’ thus it is invisible. Known as the ‘secret’ of Chidabaram it is the most sacred area within the temple complex and is hidden behind a curtain. At the southern end of the temple complex is the largest shrine in India to the elephant god Ganesh.

Darasuram :
Airavateswara Temple constructed by the Rajaraja Chola II in the 12th century AD. The temple is a recognised UNESCO World Heritage monument The vimana is 85 feet high. The front mandapam itself is in the form of a huge chariot drawn by horses. The temple has some exquisite stone carvings.

Gangaikonda Cholapuram :
It was built during medieval India and was erected as the capital of the Cholas by Rajendra Chola I, the son and successor of Rajaraja Chola, the great Chola who conquered a large area in South India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Sumatra, Kadaram [Kedah in Malaysia], Cambodia and others at the beginning of the 11th century A.D. It occupies an important place in the history of India. As the capital of the Cholas from about 1025 A.D. for about 250 years, the city controlled the affairs of entire southern India, from the Tungabhadra in the north to Ceylon in the south and other south east Asian countries. As of 2014, the ancient city exists as a small forlorn village in the Ariyalur district of Tamil Nadu, India. The great temple of Siva at this place is next only to the Brihadisvara temple at Thanjavur in its monumental nature and surpasses it in sculptural quality.The Gangaikondaan temple is an architectural and engineering marvel.

On arrival in Tanjore, check-in at hotel
Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Tanjore   |  Breakfast

Day 9 : Tanjore – Trichy

Following breakfast at hotel, proceed for sightseeing tour of Tanjore
Thanjavur, [once known as Tanjore] served as the capital of the Chola Empire and the stunning Chola temples are now UNESCO World Heritage listed monuments. The beautiful Chola temple of Brihadeeshwara is capped by a monolithic cupola made of a single granite block.
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Weighing 80 tons it was taken to the top of the temple with the help of a 6km long ramp. An ancient technique used by the Egyptians for building the pyramids. The local bronze and handicrafts are also a highlight of visiting this area.

Later check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Trichy
On arrival in Trichy, check-in at hotel
In afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Trichy
Trichy, an ancient city was ruled by the early Cholas and subsequent dynasties. The ancient temples dedicated to Lord Ganapati have 434 steps cut into the rock face and are interspersed with shrines. A flight of stairs leads to the temple of Lord Shiva. The ascent rewards you with a magnificent view of the sacred Kaveri River. At Srirangam visit the massive temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Trichy  |  Breakfast

Day 10 : Trichy – Madurai

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Madurai
On arrival in Madurai, check-in at hotel
In afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Madurai including a visit to Meenakshi Temple
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According to Hindu legend, drops of nectar fell from Shiva’s locks on to the earth; the spot where it fell was named Madhuram or Madurai, the nectar city. Known as the city of festivals, Madurai’s history goes back to the 6th century. Famous for its writers and poets, the ancient city had trading links with the Greeks and Romans and was controlled at various times by the Pandiyas and the Cholas. In 1364 Hindu Vijayanagar kings captured the town. The Meenakshi Temple dominates Madurai and it is aptly named a "city within a city". Enclosed by the old town, [itself enclosed by four Veli Streets] this religious structure is testament to the skills of the Vijayanagar builders. Meenakshi, the fish-eyed goddess has her temple to the south and Sundareswarar, [Shiva] has a temple to the west. Every evening, the ‘putting to bed ceremony’ led by an elephant and a cow, sees Sundareswara carried in a procession to Meenakshi to sleep by her side. It is believed that if you place a literary work in the sacred Tank of the Golden Lotus, at the Meenakshi Temple, it will sink if it is worthless and float if worthy. Outside the temple are the musical pillars, which produce different swaras or notes when tapped. [Non-Hindus are not permitted in the inner sanctum, men are expected to wear a dhoti or long formal trousers with shirt or kurta-pyjamas and women are expected to wear saree or churidar along with dupatta or stole]

Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Madurai  |  Breakfast

Day 11 : Madurai

Following breakfast at hotel, day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal to explore the city on own [no guide]
Overnight: Madurai   |  Breakfast

Day 12 : Madurai – Rameshwaram

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Rameshwaram
On arrival in Rameshwaram, check-in at hotel
In afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Rameshwaram visiting Ramananthaswamy Temple [no guide]
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Ramanathaswamy Temple is a famous Hindu temple dedicated to the god Shiva. The temple is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines, where Shiva is worshipped in the form of a Jyotirlinga meaning "pillar of light". It is also one of the 275 Paadal Petra Sthalam temples and is glorified in hymns by the three of the most revered Nayanar saints [7th century Saivite saints], Appar, Sundarar and Tirugnana Sambandar. The temple in its current structure was built during the 12th century by Pandya Dynasty. The temple has the longest corridor among all Hindu temples in India. The breadth of these columned corridors varies from 17 to 21 feet with a height of 25 feet. Each pillar is sculpted in Nayak style as in Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple. The contribution of the kings of the Sethupathy dynasty [17th century] to the temple was considerable. Large amount of money was spent during the tenure of Pradani Muthirulappa Pillai towards the restoration of the pagodas which were falling into ruins – the Chockattan Mantapam or the cloistered precincts of the temple was reconstructed by him. The rulers of Sri Lanka contributed to the temple – Parakrama Bahu [1153–1186 CE] was involved in the construction of the sanctum sanctorum of the temple. The eastern tower and shrine of Nataraja were built by Dalavai Sethupathy in 1649 CE. The second enclosure is ascribed to Chinna Udayar Sethupathy and his son Ragunatha Thirumalai [1500–1540 CE]. The third enclosure was constructed by Muthu Ramalinga Sethupathy [1725–1771 CE] – his statue is located in the entrance of the corridor.

Rest of the day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal [no guide]

Overnight: Rameshwaram   |  Breakfast

Day 13 : Rameshwaram – Kanyakumari

Following early breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Kanyakumari
On arrival in Kanyakumari, check-in at hotel
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In afternoon, proceed for sightseeing tour of Kanyakumari visiting Padmanabhapuram Palace, Kumari Amman Temple, Gandhi Museum & Triveni Sangamam [where 03 oceans confluence]
Cape Kanyakumari is where the waters of the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean meet. It is an important pilgrimage centre and famous for the Amman Temple, dedicated to the virgin goddess Kanyakumari. To its South East lies the famous Vivekananda Rock Memorial. The rock has been considered sacred since ancient times and in 1970 a memorial was constructed at this, the most southernmost tip of India.

Overnight: Kanyakumari  |  Breakfast

Day 14 : Kanyakumari

Following breakfast at hotel, day at leisure with vehicle and driver at disposal to explore the city on own [no guide]
Overnight: Kanyakumari   |  Breakfast

Day 15 : Depart Trivandrum

Following breakfast at hotel, check-out from hotel and transfer by road to Trivandrum Airport to board Air India flight to Chennai
On arrival in Chennai, meet and assist at airport and transfer to International Terminal to board flight for onward destination.

Included

14 breakfasts
Meeting and assistance on arrival and departures
Hotel accommodation in 02 double / twin room in standard / base category rooms at mentioned hotels
Daily buffet breakfast at all hotels
Chauffeur driven air-conditioned Toyota Innova car for all transfers, excursions and sightseeing tours
Traditional Indian welcome with garlanding on arrival
All applicable monument entrance fees during sightseeing at each city for single visit only
Services of English speaking local guide for sightseeing and excursions
Supply of mineral water [02 bottles of 250 ml per person per day] in vehicle during city tours / intercity travel
All currently applicable taxes

Not Included

Expenses of personal nature like laundry, telephone, fax, internet, beverages, camera / video camera fee at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax etc.
Local payments in domestic currency, such as tips and gratuities
Lunch / dinner at hotels unless specified
India visa fees
Travel insurance
Any other services not mentioned in price inclusions above

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Tour Details
Starts
Chennai
Ends
Trivandrum
Hotel Rating
3 - 4 star & heritage hotels
Meals
Breakfast: 7
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