Madurai- The Cultural Capital of Tamil Nadu


Madurai may have ceased to be the capital city once it was, but still retains the title –“Cultural Capital of Tamilnadu”. One of the oldest inhabited cities in India, any mention about Tamil culture- whether literature, lifestyle, food, heritage or history cannot be complete without mentioning Madurai. Digging deep down the lanes of history, origins […]

Coimbatore – Manchester Of South India

There is a lot more than textiles to experience at Coimbatore, Tamilnadu’s second largest city, a huge cotton production centre & textile hub. The city is aptly known by the sobriquet as Manchester of South India. Fun Fact – Coimbatore supplies about two thirds of India’s requirement of motors and pumps. Historically, Coimbatore was the […]


Vellore is located on the banks of Palar River, in the north-eastern part of Tamilnadu, in close vicinity to the Metro city of Chennai. Vellore has an engaging history and culture owing to the rule of Cholas, Pallavas,and then the medieval Cholan dynasty & Vijayanagar Empire. Flanked by Chennai, about 150 km far, Vellore boasts […]

Sadras- A Witness to the British History

It is the week of talking about architectural towns combined into hill stations. Today, we will talk about Sadras, a town of Tamil Nadu, in the southern part of India. Sadras is known as a town of Fortress and is situated in Kanchipuram District in Tamil Nadu. It is the new version of ancient civilization […]