Reasons Why should we visit Temples of Tamilnadu ?

Right time has come to shed out the negative thoughts and fears in our life. Row of lockdowns are over and get ready to explore the world, as travel gives us bounty of joy, always!
Close to one year has passed by with lockdowns, work from home, online learning and all stuffs which kept us indoors all these months. Restart to fill your #traveldiaries with exotic plans either predefined or custom made.

It is always to have a positive vibes before commencing or resuming any of our past endeavours. Tamilnadu, the land of temples, dotted with magnificent temples connected to the glorious past, accumulating the positive vibrations over the centuries. The temples dotted across the state were built many centuries ago and were/are the social hubs for communal harmony and peace, inculcating togetherness despite the barriers.

The cutting-edge technologies used in those days are simply mind blowing in terms of the architecture, sculptures, stone works, building plans and the ultimate science behind their existence till date.
The single stone weighing 80 tonnes atop the temple tower of Tanjore Big Temple, wonderfully crafted figurines and stone chains at Kailasanathar temple and Varadharajar temple of Kanchipuram, the huge linga idols in tanjore and Gangai Konda Cholapuram, the dancing statue of Lord Nataraja at Chidambaram, the 6 feet Nataraja statue, completely made up of Emerald at Uthirakosamangai, the giant Lord Ganesh at Pillayarpatti, Centuries’ old Tiruchendur temple adjacent to the ocean are some of the endless list of wonders prevailing in the temples of Tamilnadu.

Great Living Chola Temples at Tanjore, Gangai Konda Cholapuram and Darasuram, which are more than thousand years old, Navagraha temples, worshipped to escape from the ill effects of planetary transitions, Nakshatra Temples, worshipped by those with respective Tamil Birth stars, Amman temples, where Goddess Kali is the presiding deity and is believed to be the most powerful, Arupadai Veedu temples, the six abodes of Lord Muruga, are few of the options you can choose to resume your traveling plans.

With more prominent sacred centers of Tamilnadu, like Chennai, Trichy, Tanjore, Kumbakonam, Chidambaram, Kanchipuram, Tiruvannamalai, Madurai, Kanyakumari and Rameshwaram and other destinations with popular and ancient temples, your temple tour to Tamilnadu will be more special, symbolizing all good to happen in 2021.
You have every reason to step out of your houses, of course, with all safety protocols and enjoy touring across the temples of Tamilnadu.

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