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  Elephants are the biggest surviving mammals on earth. For centuries, Asians have revered elephants and considered them as Gods, playing a major role in the culture and tradition of the countries. These elephants are smaller than the African elephants and have smaller ears. The Indian elephant is a subspecies of the Asiatic elephant which […]

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Have you ever been to the coastal town #Kulasekarapattinam or Kulasai in Tuticorin district in the South Indian state #Tamil Nadu? If you are a travel enthusiast or a photo fanatic or looking for something unique, then Kulasekarapattinam can be the ideal choice for you. you can witness many wonders unfolding in front of your […]

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  The entire country wears a festive look after the sanctimonious Mahalaya Amavasya, the auspicious No Moon day during September – October every year. The Nine days following the Mahalaya Amavasya is popularly known as Navratri or Dussehra. It is interesting to know that Goddess Durga is the epicenter of these nine days celebrations. The […]

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Travel has become so easy and fun in this era of highly advanced technology. Gadgets and mobile applications are the best companions of avid travellers. There are a whole lot of applications which may prove handy at various situations while you travel. Though there are many, I am penning down some of the most used […]

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  Have you ever listened to the stories nature tells you ? when we decide to step out of regular routines and lifestyles and become ready to observe the world around us, then the magical transformation happens. It is an undeniable fact that the beauty of nature will leave us speechless once we start traveling. […]

Have you ever seen the picture of a God with a potbelly, long trunk and big years, having a small mouse as his vehicle in contrast to His hefty shape? Lord Ganesha, popularly called as Lord Vinayaka or Pillayar is believed to be the son of Lord Shiva as per the Hindu Mythology. Lord Ganesh […]

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Popularly known as Krishna Jayanthi, Gokulashtami is a festival celebrated in a grand manner in india to celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna. Gokulashtami is the common name in South India, whereas it is called as Janmashtami in Northern parts of the country. This year, Janmashtami falls on 2nd September in Tamil Nadu and 3rd […]

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Avani Avittam – India’s Symbol of Culture & Heritage Avani Avittam, the day with abundant religious significance as per the concepts of Hindu Mythology is celebrated with reverence at a grand scale in almost all states of the country. Certain communities in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Odisha and Maharashtra celebrate Avani Avittam with great zeal. This […]

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Vaitheeswaran Temple is a Hindu templededicated to Lord Shiva. Shiva is worshipped as Vaitheeswaran or the ‘God of healing’ and it is believed that prayers to Vaitheeswaran can cure diseases. It is one of the nine Navagraha(nine planets) temples associated with the planet Mars (Angaraka). The village is also known for palm leaf astrology called Naadi Astrology […]

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The tongue-twisting name means ‘the town of the Chola who took the Ganges’. Developed as the centrepiece of a city, it was built by the Chola king Rajendra I to celebrate his conquests. The magnificent Brihadishwara Temple (a replica of the Tanjore temple) stands in the tiny village of GANGAIKONDACHOLAPURAM in Ariyalur District, 35km north […]

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