Madurai Tourist Places – 2017
Meenakshi Amman Temple
Once we think about the Madurai Tourist Places and Madurai tourist places list quickly Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple comes in to our mind first and the temple was a traditional holy place in South India. In Madurai Tourist Places Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple has played a vital role in Madurai tourism and it has been attracting many tourist people’s over the world for very long time. Thirumalai nayakar mahal, alagar kovil, thirupparamkunram murugan temple is too embrace the Madurai famous tourist attraction yet. Madurai becomes a well known and famous holy place in all the countries because of Meenakshi amman temple and its Madurai famous tourist places.
The female God Meenakshi and sundareswarar is a main God on this temple with four major Raja Gopurams. Nearby temple lot of Government staying locations, Madurai star hotels, budget hotels are available with healthy food. The cost of the city is very normal comparing with other major cities in Tamilnadu. You never worry about the security of this holy place because Tamilnadu was one of a peaceful state in India. In all the Main Gates high production is secured and Tamilnadu Police security has been monitoring 24/7. Every person has checked by the policeman at every entrance. We can’t take any unnecessary things inside the temple.
How to Reach the temple:
From Railway Station: 1 kilometer
From Airport: 6 Kilometres
From Mattuthavani Bus stand: 2 Kilometers
From all the star hotels: 2 or 3 Kilometers
Thirumalai Naicker Mahal
Madurai Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal – A terrific famous tourist spot in Madurai, South India which was built by King Nayakkar. This was an excellent tourist place in Madurai with excellent architecture. The huge pillars welcomes you and your are definitely surprised. Look at the photographs of Madurai vital tourist spot located in the heart of the city.
Madurai Alagar Temple is the most important tourist spot in Madurai district. God perumal is the main god of this temple. Madurai people celebrating the grand chithirai festival every year. Lord Thirumal located at Alagar Hills at Madurai and called “ALAGAR”. The environment looks full of Greenful trees and divine feel. Alagar kovil has 22 kilo meters away from Madurai towards to North direction. God Alagar was a family god for lakhs of south tamil people. Day by day the people visited this temple and enjoyed the location along with the dharsan. In the top of the hills “Palamuthirsolai” the murugan temple also there in Alagarkoil.
In Madurai tour and travels recently Arittapatti Madurai has added in the Madurai Tourism list and it was a rare 3rd century B.C. Tamil Brahmi inscription found near Madurai (Melur Road) recently has brought to light the fact that not only Pandiyas and Cherans era but the chiefs of the coastal region in the State also patronised Jainism in the early period. Divine Lord Shiva temple of 8th century A.D. built by the King Pandias and located at the west side of the hill. The discovery by a team of epigraphists, who undertook a survey at Arittapatti in Melur taluk, is a remarkable evidence of history of early Tamil politics, culture and language, State Archaeology department sources said here recently. This was bacame a new tourist attraction currently and lakhs of people go this place regularly. A superb lake and hills gave a excellent feel to everyone.
How to Reach: Madurai Mattuthavani busstand to Melur. Stop – Arittapatti Hills.