Kites of Multitude Colors, Shapes, and Sizes To Dot Mamallapuram Skies For The First-Ever At International Kite Festival. The spectacular display of kites, transforming the serene blue sky into a riot of colours is an incredible visual spectacle that delights young, old, and people of all ages alike. Mahabalipuaram/Mamallapuram in Chennai is all set to host its maiden edition of the Tamil Nadu International Kite Festival (TNIKF).
Here to make your love journey more delightful, we have furnished with the best romantic places to hangout in Tamilnadu. For those who are in search of some best destinations to go for this Valentine’s Day, this blog will clear the air. Don’t miss to add these places in your bucket list.
Thaipusam or Thaipoosam is a festival celebrated mostly by the Tamil people which is usually falls on the full moon in the Tamil month of Thai (January/February), usually coinciding with Pushya star, known as Poosam in Tamil.
Over millions of people gather every year at various temples nationwide to celebrate the Thaipusam festival. To make your trip more organized and effective, we can assist you with the information on the best temples to visit in Tamilnadu on Thaipoosam. In this blog we have listed some of the top temples to visit in Tamilnadu during Thaipusam to take you for a spiritual trip. So continue reading…
Months from October to February is considered to be the best seasons at Tamilnadu to roam around and explore devoid of sultry weather and scorching sun. Don’t miss this lovely weather, pack your backpacks, take your friends and gear up to Tamilnadu. Here is the laydown of the top ten best places to visit at Tamilnadu for this February. Pick your desired destination and savour your sojourn
Madurai Float festival or Madurai Teppakulam Festival deserves a special mention among the festivals of Tamilnadu, as it is one of the most gorgeous and grandeur celebrations in South India. This year 2020, the Mariamman float festival falls on the 8th of February 2020.
Jallikattu is an ancient valor sport of Tamilnadu. It’s not only a game of bravery, it’s an identity of Tamil people which reflects their rich culture and heritage. The real meaning of this game is Bull embracing; Tamilians revere Bull as God and share a brotherhood with them. This sport takes place from the Pongal Festival in January, this year the Pongal festival falls on 15.01.2020.