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.
The beautiful green town of Pollachi in Tamil Nadu is all set to grab the attention of the world to the 6th edition of TamilNadu International Balloon Festival. Hot air balloons of varied shapes and colours from 8 countries will soon embellish its beautiful sky and the entire place will get live and loud with vibrant music concerts, food festivals and fun-filled games and activities from 11 January 2020 to 15 January 2020.
The Chennai Dance & Music Festival Chennai is a popular festival in South India and it is truly dedicated to the South Indian Classical music and dance, held during mid December to mid January in the capital city of Chennai. People from all over South India come to Chennai during this time to be a part of this celebration of Indian music and dance.
Mahabalipuram dance festival is one of the remarkable festivals in India, completely dedicated to the traditional fine arts of the country. This year 2019, the event begins from 25th December to 15th January.
The capital city of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is a also a home for famous and beautiful temples in Tamilnadu. With its rich spiritual history, dravidian architectural style and marvelous structures, the temples in Chennai are noteworthy to visit. Here are the top 10 most popular and important temples in Chennai.