Is it in-born, is it a quality peculiar to Indians alone? I am looking for answers to these questions but am not sure of the answers… I am still looking for an answer..
Madurai is among the major cities in Tamil Nadu after capital city Chennai. Sometimes referred to as the Temple City, this city is said to “never sleep”. I have been here as a child and also during my college years. It is said that you can get food any time of the day in Madurai.
Mamallapuram or Mahabalipuram which is located about 50km from Chennai, Tamil Nadu in the South of India, was one place we visited during our recent trip to India, Chennai to be precise (April 2017)! We have visited the place as children, probably in the 90s but thoroughly enjoyed re visiting the place and were able … Continue reading “Day Trip To Mahabalipuram”
So, this week is celebrated as Madras Week, in continuance with the Madras Day celebrations, I thought it would be good to create a listicle of sorts for people who will be visiting India. Most tourists/backpackers only visit the northern part of India – Agra, Delhi, Himachal etc. Why not visit the southern part of … Continue reading “19 Things To Do In Madras aka Chennai!”
It is the 377th birthday of the city of Madras, presently Chennai. In the year 1639, the Madras Presidency was born and the city exists to this day, 377 years later. The city has evolved from its conservative nature to a more cosmopolitan one today.