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Adayar Broken Bridge Photos
Adayar Broken bridge, constructed for fishermen to cross Adyar River from Santhome Beach to Elliot’s Beach in the year 1967. This bridge was broken later due to the strong river current after 10 years of its construction. The broken remain of this bridge is very scenic to watch. More pictures below,

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Valluvar Kottam - A monument dedicated to Thiruvalluvar in Chennai
Valluvarkottam is a monument dedicated to famous Poet Thiruvalluvar. This monument is one of the important monument located inside Chennai city. Thirukural, a famous literature that teaches moral values is applicable/relevant to the whole world is authored by Thiruvalluvar. Pictures of the monument below,

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Tada Waterfalls (Ubbalamadugu Falls) Pictures
Tada Falls is the only waterfalls which is very near to Chennai city. It is just 80 kilometers away from North of Chennai in Southern Andra state.To reach Tada falls, one need to trek for around 10 kilometers to reach the falls. Best time to visit Tada fallis is from October to February. Photos of falls below,

Posted By Satheesh Babu


Vadathillai Papahareswarar Temple Photos
Vadathillai, an obscure village, boasts of an ancient temple more than 1000 years old. The whole village has only about 10-15 houses, but is surrounded by beautiful greenery of riping paddy fields. The Sthala Purana-local history – as directed by Acharya Ramanuja, Chandragiri king Kattithevan Yadavarayan built this beautiful Shiva temple for Embar Govindan, Who brought small Banalinga of palm size when he was bathing in the Holy Ganga to this temple.

Posted By Raghunathan K


Gnayiru Pushparatheswarar Temple Pictures
Gnayiru is the birthplace of Sangili Nachiar who lived about 1,300 years ago. Since her story mentions her worship in this temple, this temple is considered to be much older than 1,300 years. The Sun god worshipped the Lord here to get rid of a curse, and hence this place has come to be named after him, the word Gnayiru in Tamil meaning the Sun.

Posted By Raghunathan K