Month: August 2019

Ancient heritage of Tamilnadu

Ancient Heritage Of Tamilnadu Tamilnadu and heritage are inseparable. The ancient heritage, customs, norms, and traditions defines Tamilnadu. This ancient state takes pride in being one of the world’s oldest civilisations in the world. The history states that even from time immemorial Tamil people existed and lead a well-planned life. Even a life’s span won’t […]

Chidambaram Natarajar temple – the cosmic dancer

Chidambaram Natarajar temple “the cosmic dancer”         OM Namashivaya Vazhga Nanthanthazh Vazhga Imaipoluthum Yen Nanjil Neegathan thal Vazhga – Thennatudaya Sivane Potri Yennatavarukum Iraiva Potri Potri Thus Shiva puranam hails the praise of Lord Shiva “The slayer of Evil’. There are surplus Siva temples located all over the world and mainly throughout […]

Madras Day – Celebrate the History and Heritage of Madras

The capital city of Tamil Nadu is going to celebrate its 380th birthday on August 22nd of 2019. Madras day is celebrated on 22nd of August month every year. Chennai is considered as Metropolitan Area because it is the fifth largest city and 36th largest urban area by population in the world. Chennai is among the most visited Indian cities by foreign tourists.


The coastal resort town of Mamallapuram in Tamil Nadu hosts a group of monuments that are together regarded as one of the ‘Seven Wonders of Tamil Nadu.’ The historical importance of these structures has been recognized by the UNESCO who has inscribed the monuments as a World Heritage Site. 40 ancient temples and monuments dot the sites. Most of these monuments were built during the Pallava dynasty.

Raja Raja Cholan’s Memorial Place In Udayalur

Udayalur is a small village near Kumbakonam in Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu, India. This village is assumed to be the final resting place of the Great Tamizh king Raja Raja Cholan I, though it remains less known than the temples he builds far off. Udayalur is few kilometers away from the historic Chola dynasty stronghold town of Kizha Pazhayari. The village was historically called Sri Kangeyapuram.

Back To Top