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Jallikattu

Jallikattu Support from Charlotte, NC, USA: What is Jallikattu: Jallikattu is one of the Indian traditional sports mainly in Tamil Nadu state. There are some arrangements in specific places for Manju virattu, where a Bull is released to crowd of people. More than one participants are attempt to grab tightly and control the bull, at the same time bull attempt to escape from people. The winner will be announced if…

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Cinema Movie Theaters in Kanyakumari District

Cinema Movie Theaters in Kanyakumari District: Cinema Movie Theaters in Kanyakumari District are listed below, Nagercoil Cinema Theaters: Marthandam Cinema Theaters: Vellichanthai Cinema Theaters: Kuzhithurai Cinema Theaters: Nagercoil Cinema Theaters: <Kanyakumari Tourist Places> CHAKARAVARTHI CINEMAS, Rajas Mall, Chettikulam Jn., Nagercoil. PIONEER MUTHU, Avvai Shunmugham Salai, Nagercoil PIONEER VASANTHAM PALACE, Krishnancoil, Nagercoil RAJAN PICTURE PALACE, Avvai Shunmugham Salai, Nagercoil RAJESH THEATER, Vadasery, Nagercoil SREE KARTHIGAI, Opp. Stadium, Nagercoil SRI VALLI, Nagercoil…

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Tiruchendur Murugan Temple

Tiruchendur Murugan Temple: Tiruchendur Murugan Temple is the beautiful Hindu temple situated near seashore of Bay of Bengal near Kanyakumari. Thiruchendur Murugan Temple is one of the largest and ancient Hindu temples in India, dedicated to Lord Muruga. Tiruchendur Murugan Temple is one of the “Arupadaiveedu” (six major abodes) of Lord Murugan. Tiruchendur Temple is the second Arupadai veedu of Lord Muruga. This temple also called as “Arulmigu Subramanya Swami…

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Keeriparai Reserve Forest

Keeriparai Reserve Forest: Keeriparai Reserve Forest | Kalikesam Falls | Vattaparai Falls | Ulakkai Aruvai  Keeriparai Forest is the one of the most beautiful picnic spot in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India. In Keeriparai, you can see different varieties of very old trees, bamboo trees, coconut trees, Jackfruit trees, and more. You can see lot of monkeys, elephants and other animals too…There are few small waterfalls inside and around this Keeriparai Forest. Vattaparai…

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Udayagiri Fort Kanyakumari

Udayagiri Fort Kanyakumari: Udayagiri Fort Kanyakumari | Vattakottai Fort | Thirunandhikarai Cave Temple Udayagiri Fort Kanyakumari was built in 17th century, then it was rebuilt in 18 century by Marthanda Varma Maharaja of Travancore. Still we can see the old foundry inside the fort, which used for casting iron guns  and parts. The total area of Udayagiri Fort is about 90 acres. Udayagiri Fort Kanyakumari is one of the important historical…

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Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple

Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple: Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple is the most beautiful attractive tourist place in Madurai. Meenakshi Amman temple is a historical Hindu temple situated in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Madurai Meenakshi Amman temple is one of the most famous historical art temple in India, because of this temple Madurai is called as “Temple City“. Meenakshi Amman Temple is dedicated to Goddess Meenakshi Amman (also known as Goddess Parvathi)…

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Madurai Alagarkovil Temple

Madurai Alagarkovil Temple: Madurai Alagarkovil Temple is a beautiful temple situated in Alagar hills, Madurai. Lord “Thirumal” is located in Alagal hills in the name if “Alagar“. The King ‘Sundara Pandian’ devoted golden canopy to the dome of this temple in 13th century.Also the king ‘Thirumalai Naickar‘ added some sacred dedicatory on to it. There is a temple in the top of this hill known as “Noopura Gangai Raykkayi Amman Temple“, which is surrounded by green trees. Visitors of this Alagar hills should be careful with monkeys, as you can see lot of monkeys. Alager Kovil temple is located in Alager hills in Madurai, 22 KM away from Madurai Railway Station and 23 KM away from Meenakshi Amman Temple. Pazhamudircholai Murugan Temple also located in Alagar Hills. Festivals and Tamil…

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