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Tamil Nadu,
the 11th largest state in India was once the home of four Tamil Kingdoms like Chera, Pandya, Pallava and Chola from 1st - 9th century AD. Their ruling period was known as the golden age of Tamilnadu during which Art, Music as well as trade & agriculture reached its zenith. The state lying on the southern tip of the Indian peninsula, is bordered by the Bay of Bengal in the east, Indian Ocean in the south, the states of Kerala and Karnataka in the west, and Andhra Pradesh in the North. The main language spoken here is Tamil. It is the sixth most populous state in the Indian Union and leading producer of Agricultural products. Tamilnadu is home to numerous Temples, Pilgrim Centers, Hill Stations, Beaches etc

Chennai : This town is one of the most significant ones in the state and apart from being the capital of Tamilnadu it is also a key access point for the domestic and foreign visitors. It is a blend of urban planning and ancient traditions thus making for a wonderful tourist getaway.

Kanyakumari : It is one of the leading tourist attractions in Tamil Nadu renowned for its brilliant sunrises and sunsets, particularly on full moon days. The beach itself is a gorgeous sight with multihued sand.

Rameshwaram : Located in the Gulf of Mannar, it is a stunning island and an important pilgrim centre for the Hindus. According to the legends, Lord Rama is said to have built the mythical bridge to Sri Lanka in order to save Sita, his wife, from the captivity of Ravana. Rameshwaram Temple is the major attraction of this place and the exquisite locale of this place makes it ideal for swimming and sunbathing.

Udhagamandalam : It is one of the most charming hill stations of south India and indisputably one of the top tourist attractions in Tamil Nadu. This paradisiacal hill station was discovered by the British, in the early 19th century and is also popularly known as Ooty.