Maalikai Medu - Tamilnadu

Magalimedu village near Gangaikonda Cholapuram in Ariyalur district is a Chola Period Palace excavation site. It is an important part of the history and culture of the area and is important in understanding the area's past. This is a must-see for history buffs, as archaeological excavations at the site have revealed many artifacts and structures that will give you an insight into the lifestyle and culture of the Chola Dynasty. These include pottery, terracotta warriors, jewellery, coins, and architectural items such as pillars and foundations. A visit to this Palace Mound offers a unique opportunity to understand Tamil Nadu's heritage. This site gives a great insight into the social, political and economic life of the ancient Tamil people. By exploring the site and examining artifacts found in and around the palace mound, visitors can better understand the history of the site and its contribution to Indian civilization.

Maalikai Medu

How to reach in Maalikai Medu:

The nearest airport to Ariyalur is Trichy that is about 75 km. A drive from Ariyalur to Mallikai Medu takes about 45 km.

Why should you visit Maalikai Medu?

Besides its historical significance, the Royal Palace excavation site is also located in a beautiful setting. The lush greenery, tranquil setting and calm weather make this the perfect place for nature lovers to relax and be close to nature. The venue provides a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, and serves as a best place for relaxation and rejuvenation. This site is an excellent place for students, scholars and researchers who are interested in archaeology, history and ancient civilizations. It offers the opportunity to learn about architectures customs and traditions that were popular during the Chola period.