A nature’s paradise with blue beaches and clear skies, Tamil Nadu is every traveller’s dream come true. If you haven’t travelled to Tamil Nadu, you should think of taking a trip now. The state is home to countless striking places, and magnificent would be an understatement to describe this nature’s wonder. The state is jeweled with beautiful temples, tranquil beaches, and impressive forts, and more, which also means that there are multiple reasons for you to pack your bags and head for a tour. If we have to pick one state to describe the majesty of South India, it would be Tamil Nadu.

Nature in Tamil Nadu
Visit Tamil Nadu and unwind yourself in the majestic landscapes, pristine streams, charismatic beaches and beautiful dams. Yelagiri is a perfect location to rejuvenate your tired nerves. The destination is blessed with the most picturesque vistas of nature. Beach enthusiasts can visit Kanyakumari that unfolds some of the most gorgeous beaches, including Sanguthurai Beach and Sothavilai Beach.
Another popular destination among travellers is Ooty. The hill station with its beautiful tea estates, lush green mountains, and extensive grasslands is bliss for nature devotees. Tourists can also explore Kodaikanal, Yercaud and Coonoor which are no less than a dream come true.

People & Culture of Tamil Nadu
The locals of Tamil Nadu are mainly Dravidian. Along with accepting the modern cultures of today, the people here are also deeply rooted with their culture and tradition. The state is also famous for its classical dance form, Bharatnatyam, which is also renowned worldwide. Wearing gleaming silk costumes, the dancers have to weave magic through their hand gestures, poses and facial expressions. The official language spoke here is Tamilian, however, many Tamilians also understand English.

Wildlife in Tamil Nadu
The diverse topography of Tamil Nadu consists of dry-deciduous forests, thorn forests, scrubs and mangroves of the dry lands, the moist deciduous, wet evergreen forests and grasslands of the Western Ghats and the cooler regions, 5 National Parks and 17 Wildlife Sanctuaries. The region boasts of some of the popular wildlife sanctuaries such as, the Anamalai Wildlife Sanctuary, also known as Indira Gandhi Wildlife Sanctuary, Mundanthurai Tiger Sanctuary, Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary, Kunthakulam Bird Sanctuary, Kalakadu Wildlife Sanctuary, Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary and National Park, Viralimalai Sanctuary and Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary.

Spirituality in Tamil Nadu
Well renowned for its temples, Tamil Nadu exudes a diverse architecture style through its temples. Kapaleeshwarar Temple in Chennai dates back to the 7th century and still creates a magic with its imposing structure. Brihadeeswarar Temple of Thanjavur holds its UNESCO World Heritage Site tag with pride. Other noteworthy temple of Tamil Nadu is Meenakshi Sundareswarar in Madurai dedicated to Lord Shiva and his wife Parvati. Cave Temples of Mahabalipuram, Nagaraja Temple of Nagercoil, Kumari Amman Temple of Kanyakumari, Kanchi Kailasanathar Temple of Kanchipuram, and Jambukeswarar Temple of Thiruvanaikaval are among the other renowned temples in the state.

Shopping in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu markets are decked with various colourful artifacts that will make you want to buy everything. The capital city of Chennai is known for silk, embroidered sarees, hand-woven garments and other handicrafts.
Poompuhar, the Tamil Nadu Emporium and Khadi Gramodyog Bhawan are among the best places to buy traditional handicrafts at great prices.         
Madurai, the textile hub of South India, is known for readymade silk and cotton garments.
Thanjavur is also a great place to shop for bag bronze items, including replicas of the ancient paintings and Thanjavur plates.

Fairs & Festivals in Tamil Nadu
The locals here celebrate every festival to the fullest. The rich culture and religious harmony of the state is mirrored in these festivals.
Pongal is perhaps the most popular festival of Tamilians celebrated to thank the Sun God.
Meenakshi Kalyanam Festival is a popular annual festival celebrated at the magnificent Meenakshi Temple in Madurai.
Chithirai Festival of Madurai is the time when the wedding of Goddess Meenakshi and Lord Sundareshwarar take place.
To explore the local dance forms, Natyanjali Dance Festival is a beguiler.

Best time to visit Tamil Nadu
The best time to visit Tamil Nadu is between July-September and January-March. The months of April, May and June are hottest in the state with the mercury reaching over 40°C. Monsoon hits Tamil Nadu in October and continues till the end of December, making sightseeing difficult.

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