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Mangrove Forest in Pichavaram Photos
The Mangrove Forest found in Pichavaram, Tamil Nadu is second largest in the world. The Mangrove trees are 8 to 10 feet taller and found in the backwater of Bay of Bengal in Pichavaram. The Tamil Nadu tourism department operates boating for the visitors to go around the forest. This page list some of the photographs took during the trip in Pichavaram.

Tagged as: SightSeeing Posted By Satheesh Babu

Chidambaram aka Thillai Natarajar Temple Pictures
Thillai Natarajah Temple, located in a town called Chidambaram or Chidambaram in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu. This Hindu temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. See the pictures below,

Tagged as: SightSeeing Temples Posted By Satheesh Babu

Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary Photos
Vedanthangal Bird Sanctuary is located at 75km south of Chennai city. The Sanctuary is home of variety of birds including some migratory birds from different continents. This Sanctuary is one of very oldest in India and is a breeding ground for many birds.

Tagged as: Chennai Bird Watching Posted By Satheesh Babu

Subrahmanya Temple at Saluvankuppam near Mahabalipuram - Photos
Subrahmanya Temple was unearthed by Archaeologists at a place called Saluvankuppam near Mahabalipuram.This place is located very close to the UNESCO monument Tiger Cave.There is a gate towards the northern side(or take left once you enter Tiger Cave campus) of the Tiger cave campus which will lead to this temple.The temple is dedicated to Lord Muruga and was unearthed through a hint found in a rock inscription that emerged after tsunami 2004 here.This temple was believed to be constructed using granite by Pallavas around 8th century AD initially.On further research,it is found that the granite temple was built over a brick foundation which is dated back to Sangam era.Archaeologists believe that this brick temple may got destroyed by tsunami or other natural calamities during that time.During 8th century,it is believed that Pallava kings rebuilt it using granite over the left out brick foundation.The temple was again destroyed by tsunami in later times and is unearthed on 2005.

Tagged as: Chennai Mahabalipuram Pallava dynasty Historical Place Posted By Satheesh Babu