Madras High Court - Monuments - Tamilnadu

The Madras High Court is one among the 3 high courts in India and is located in Chennai of Tamil Nadu. This splendid monument was formed under the Presidency of Calcutta and Bombay according to the order of Her Majesty Queen Victoria.



Placed in a carpet of autumn leaves and hovered by the shadow of overgrown trees, the Madras high court lingers to this day, retaining its historical flavor. The Madras High court monument includes the law college and a lighthouse. It is built with the architectural design of Indo-Saracenic marvel. Despite the name of Madras being changed to Chennai the monument being an institution did not change its name. The building was constructed for four years and finished completion in 1892. The striking red with the white colored borders add to its importance. It is of historic importance as it is one of the very few numbers of Indian buildings which were attacked by Germans.

How To Reach :

By Air - The Chennai international airport is at a distance of 22 kilometers from the monument.

By Rail - The closest railway station is the Chennai central railway station which is at a distance of3 kilometers from the monument

By road - Chennai is easily accessible by road as both the state and national highways run through this city.