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UNESCO World Heritage Sites In Tamil Nadu

The State of Tamil Nadu in India is well renowned for its magnificent temples, rich culture and heritage sites. Tamil Nadu is also home to a large number of historic buildings, religious sites and heritage monuments, designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Madurai – The Oldest Living City In The World

The history of Tamil and Tamil Nadu without Madurai is impossible. Located on the banks of River Vaigai, Madurai has been a major settlement for two millennia. This ancient city is the last remaining mega-evidence of a glorious past of the oldest Kingdom in the world.

Keeladi Excavation – A Revelation That Rewrites The History Of Tamil Nadu

Keeladi Cultural period as follows: 3rd century BC to 12th century BC! Archaeological excavations are a never-ending journey of searching for the ancestors of our ancestors. Modern tools began to originate from small artifacts, wheels and artifacts discovered by the ancestors became the foundation of human development. The evolution of man can be predicted by […]

Why Mahabalipuram Was Chosen For The India-China Summit

The Reunion of the 2000-year Old Relationship! The Second Chinese President to Visit India. India is all set to shower its hospitality to a powerful visitor from the land of the Red Dragon. It is not the first time, a Chinese president is coming to India. A staggering Chinese communist leader and Prime Minister of China, Chou […]

Navaratri Festival

Navaratri Festival – one of the vibrant festivals in India Colors, fun, harmonies, joy, sweets, blessings, fancy attire, fabulous feasts all coalesce with the Indian festivals and make them a par less one. Forget yourself amidst the cheerful vibe of Indian fete and relish it joyous beauty. Indians give a break to their routine and […]

RAJA RAJA CHOLAN THE GREAT (AD 985-1014 CE)

As a staggering administrator, intense warrior, a magnanimous philanthropist, and a lover of beautiful art and architecture, Raja Raja Cholan is an inevitable character in Tamizh and world history.

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