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6, North Veli Street,
Madurai - 625001, Tamil Nadu
Madurai being called as the "Temple City" manifests the the various illustrations at places like Madurai Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple, Azhagar temple, Vandiyur Mariamman Theppakulam, Thirumalai nayak palace, Gandhimuseum and Thirupparankundram. All these places remain as the living demonstrations for the craftsmanship!!
Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple, adorned with exquisite carvings & sculptures,is at the heart of the city and is a definite feast for the eyes. The temple is a significant symbol for the tamil people, and has been mentioned since antiquity in Tamil literature!
About 21 kms from the city of Madurai is situated the beautiful Temple of Azhagar! The temple is built on an extensive area in a very picturesque spot,surrounded by ruins of a historic fort.of M Located at Vandiyoor, Mariamman Teppakulam is declared the largest water tank in South India and is surrounded by well laid out roads on all four sides. About 1 lakh visitors come to Teppakulam during the Float festival to see Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareswarar taken in a procession in a grand float (raft) around the tank.
Thirumalai Nayak became known as a prolific builder,raising religious and secular structures of excellence.The enormous palace,Thirumalai Nayak Mahal was his crowning achievement.
Thirupparankundram, which is one of the six abodes of Lord Muruga, stands 10km south from Madurai .
It serves as the best among the Arupadai Veedu of Lord Muruga, attracting rolling crowds all the year.
Thirupparankundram, the place where Lord Muruga married Devayanai, is considered as a sacred place for marriages.
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