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Ambaji Temple

Exploring the destination of Chennai- The "Cultural Capital of South India"

Chennai the capital city for the state of Tamil Nadu was earlier popular in the name of madras. This city is located by the side of the coromondol Coast of Bay of Bengal Sea. It is considered as the economical, cultural, commercial and educational center for the southern part of India. The name Chennai was given to the city as the short form of Chennapattanam. This city was established during 17th century under the initiative of the Britisher. They developed this place as one of the prime urban center as well as naval base.  Various industries are well developed in this city and people from each corner of India are settling down for employment.

Famous places to see in Chennai:

Anna Zoological Park: Anna Zoological Park is a very popular park in Chennai. Besides, it is located in Vandalur in Chennai. This public park was founded in the year 1855. This specialty of this park is consists of very rare species of mammals, reptiles and birds. A number of tourists visit this park daily to see the animals here. 

Elliot’s Beach: Elliot’s Beach is very famous across the world. This beach looks so quiet and calm. There is a church and temple nearby to this beach. Thus most of the tourists who visit this beach also visit the church and temple which are located nearby to it. There are also a number of stalls and restaurants at this beach. So, you can have your food and enjoy the cool breeze of beach. 

Kapaleshwar Temple: Kapaleshwar temple is very famous in India and it is located in the Mylapore of Chennai. Besides, this temple is dedicated to the Lord Shiva. One can find the Dravidian architecture in this temple. A number of devotees usually visit this temple.

National Art Gallery and Government Museum: It is one of the India’s famous museums. Some of sections are devoted to geology, botany, anthropology, zoology, sculpture and numismatics. Moreover, you can find the best South Indian jewelry and musical instruments in this museum. Thus, a number of tourists from different parts of the world visit this museum when they come to Chennai. 

Valluvar Kottam: Valluvar Kottam is really famous across India. Besides, it was built as a remembrance of Thirukkural author ‘Thiruvalluvar’. The specialty of this Valluvar Kottam is that, around 4000 people can sit in it comfortably and happily.       

Covelong Beach: This beach is very popular in Chennai and it looks so refreshing. There are also many mosques, temples and church in the surroundings of this beach. The forts located in the surroundings of this beach look really great.

Sri Parthasarathy Temple: This Chennai temple is one of the oldest temples in India and it was built by Pallavas. This temple is dedicated to the Lord Krishna. This temple looks really fabulous and you have to definitely visit this temple at least once in a life time.

St.Mary and Fort St.George Church: This is another great church in Chennai. Many people visit this church and this church really looks fabulous.

Shopping in Chennai:
Chennai silk and Kanchipuram sarees is very special in this city so dont forget to buy one for you. You can also buy pattamara mats and rosemary sandal wood from Chennai.

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