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DAY 01 -

Your inspiring Tamil Nadu journey visit commences when you land at Madurai. Our agent will heartily welcome you and help you in smooth transfer to the pre-chosen hotel. In the wake of finishing the registration conventions, unwind for a while. Afterward, spruce up as you will visit Meenakshi Temple, one of the most veneered temples in Tamil Nadu to look for the endowments of Goddess Parvati.

Overnight stay will be at the hotel.

Madurai: Tucked to the locks of Vaigai River, Madurai is an old city in Tamil Nadu that strolled together in each stage with the state. Indeed, even before Chennai wore the crown of the capital, Madurai warmly greeted Rome over trade deals. Returning to the present, the city is swarmed by explorers who are pulled in by the Dravidian engineering and in particular Meenakshi Amman Temple.

Meenakshi Amman Temple – Madurai's wonder is never finished without the notice of its star fascination, Meenakshi Sundareshwara Temple. Stuck in the core of the city, the sacred spot is committed to Goddess Parvati and her partner, Lord Shiva. The 14 gopurams (door towers) of the temple fill in as the excellent image of the city. Come here in the during April and witness the wedding festivity of Meenakshi and Sundareshwara at the Chithirai Festival.

DAY 02 - Madurai - Rameshwaram

Start this day somewhat early and have a sound breakfast. Check-out of the hotel and get ready for the trip to Rameshwaram. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel and relax.

Later in the day visit the well known Lord Shiva sanctuary, Ramanathaswamy. Invest some energy tuning into the serenades and pay respects. The following stop for the day is Sri Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple. Exactly when you are finished with the visit, enchant your taste buds with a heavenly lunch.

Overnight stay will be in the hotel in Rameshwaram.

Rameshwaram: Pushing ceaselessly from the hustle and bustle of life, Rameshwaram sits on the Pamban Island otherwise called Rameshwaram Island with voyagers who lean toward quietness above anything. Not at all like the other towns in Tamil Nadu, Rameshwaram always had a profound spirituality directing it through the days. Being a piece of the Chardham Yatra, the town is viewed as probably the holiest spot to Hindus.

Alongside that, it is accepted that Rameshwaram was where Lord Rama constructed the extension interfacing with Sri Lanka. To safeguard his better half Sita who was kidnapped by Ravana, the ruler of Lanka.

Ramanathaswamy Temple – Tucked to the Rameshwaram Island, Ramanathaswamy is an exceptionally adored pilgrimage site that is a part of the Chardham Yatra. It likewise remains as one of the twelve Jyotirlinga Temples devoted to Lord Shiva. Further, the place of worship is accepted to be worked by Lord Rama, a symbol of Vishnu yet what stands today is a wonder given to the state in the seventeenth century. A significant feature of Ramanathaswamy is its hall which is the longest among all the Hindu temples in India.

Sri Panchmukhi Hanuman Temple – This sanctuary is situated a short way from the Ramanathaswamy Temple. It is accepted that this is the temple where Lord Hanuman revealed his five-faced form for the first time. Moreover, the hallowed place additionally houses the statues of Lord Rama, Lord Laxman, and Sita.

DAY 03 - Rameshwaram - Kanyakumari

Start this day with a delicious breakfast and head for a deep voyage to Kanyakumari. On appearance, check-in at the inn and unwind. Later in the day, head out to visit Kanyakumari Temple where Goddess Parvati is venerated. Pay respect and move forward to visit Vivekananda Rock Memorial and Thiruvalluvar Statue, pursued by a vessel ride in the environment.

After the touring visit, come back to the inn for an overnight stay.

Kanyakumari: Spreading its quiet quality over the southern tip is the city of Kanyakumari which takes cover in the region by a similar name. The city gets its name from Devi Kanya Kumari who is accepted to be the sister of Lord Krishna. Further, this goal is specked with countless attractions like temples, forts, castles, landmarks, and so forth to keep voyagers interested.

Kanyakumari Temple – From more than 3000 years, Kanyakumari Temple has been favouring fans as it graces the city of Kanyakumari. It is accepted that the back of Goddess Sati fell here while Lord Shiva carried her corpse, which is the reason it is one of the 51 Shakti Peetha venerating the eternality Shakti.

Vivekananda Rock Memorial – Built in the year 1970, this remembrance stands declaration to all the diligent work of Swami Vivekananda to whom it is dedicated. It is said this was where he achieved enlightenment. Further, it is additionally said that Goddess Kanya Kumari performed austerity here.

The remembrance houses Vivekananda Mandapam, Shripada Mandapam, and Dhyana Mandapa. The inside of the commemoration is planned keeping the various temple architectures in mind. Thiruvalluvar Statue – This fascination of Kanyakumari is best investigated by a ship ride to the little island where it stands tall. It is a 133 feet tall statue of the incredible scholar and artist of Tamilliterature, Valluvar. The statue is representative and a tribute to the creator's work on mainstream morals and profound quality. The 133 feet tall statue connotes the 133 sections of Tirukkural.

DAY 04 - Departure

Day 4 denotes the finish of your edifying Tamil Nadu Temple Tour. Post breakfast, check-out from the hotel and move to the Trivandrum Airport/railroad station for departure.

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