Madurai Travels Logo
Attractions

|Comments are Off
The place is famous for the rock-cut and monolithic Shore temple of Dravidian style architecture, dedicated to the Lord Vishnu. The place hosts a lot of historic monuments like stone chariots, stone elephant carvings, Tiger cave, Krishna’s butter ball and so on. Many devotees...
|Comments are Off
Kollur is a perfect combination of divinity and nature’s green cover. Situated on the banks of the Souparnika River and base of the Kudajadri hills, this temple attracts millions of pilgrims every year. The deity is said to acquire the forms of Shakti, Sarasvati and Mahalakshmi...
|Comments are Off
The temple of Lord Padmanabha Swamy lends a distinct spiritual and royal air to the city of Trivandrum as it is the presiding deity of the royal family. The grand structure of the temple built from ‘one single huge stone’ makes it truly an architectural marvel. The...
|Comments are Off
The Kanyakumari temple is the abode of the virgin goddess Devi or Adiparashakthi (an incarnation of goddess Parvati) and is a symbol of Sanctity. The story goes that Parvati was set to marry Shiva over here but as he failed to show up on the wedding day, Parvati decided to do...
|Comments are Off
It would be difficult to objectively rationalise 22 closely located wells with water in them having totally different tastes. This along with many other miracles related to the epic Ramayana contributes to the serenity of the holy pilgrimage site of Rameshwaram. Rameshwaram holds...
|Comments are Off
Guruvayoor, known as “BhulokaVaikunda”, the abode of Lord Vishnu on Earth is a famed Shri Krishna Temple in South India. The temple is around 1000 years old and the deity is said to be more than 5000 years old. The temple is of very traditional nature with strict dress codes and...
|Comments are Off
This most famous South Indian temple is dedicated to Sri Venkateswara (Lord Vishnu). The Tirupati Balaji temple is scenically located on the seventh peak of Venkatadri hill with eye catching Dravidian style architecture and a gold plated dome. Some pilgrims also venture to walk...
|Comments are Off
The ancient city of Madurai is some 2600 years old and laid out on the banks of river Vaigai with the Meenakshi temple in the centre. With almost 985 beautifully sculptured pillars that support the temple and 2 sanctums, this temple makes us wonder how skilled the craftsmen would...