Tag: Tamil Nadu

Chennai Slangs

Madras Bashai – the flamboyant lingo of Chennai

Author – Arvinda Soundararajan Tamil Nadu has been hogging the headlines over the last few months for various reasons. First it was the state’s beloved...
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Tour of Nilgiris Challenges Endurance Cyclists

Rising number of cycling enthusiasts has given rise to many cycling groups and tours. The Tour of Nilgiris is the only multi-day cycling tour in India
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Best Weekend Getaways Near Chennai to Escape the Hectic Life

If you are planning to escape the hectic life, here are the Best Weekend Getaways Near Chennai that will offer a wonderful break and charge you up.
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Chennai Cuisine: Every Foodie’s Delight

The varied and eclectic Chennai cuisine has many a food lover waxing lyrical about it which is also why it has such a prominent place in Indian cuisine.
Tamil Nadu culture

Enchanting Tamil Nadu: Of temples, art and diverse landscape

Tamil Nadu for me is the land of the malli poo (jasmine), pavadai-dhavani (half-saree with skirt) and idli-sambar. Dindugal pootu (locks), Sivakasi pattasu (crackers), Chettinad kara kozhambu (spicy gravy), Madurai malli and Kumbakonam degree coffee are some of the other things that are famous.
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Trek to the Luscious Dhoni Falls

Situated 15 km from Palakkad, Dhoni forest has emerged as one of the famous trekking destinations in the South. Read more.
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Photo Feature – A Unique Dasara Festival at Kulasekharapatnam

Through this photo feature, Vishal Rajendiran narrates his thrilling travel to a different kind of Dasara Festival at Kulasekharapatnam in Tamilnadu.
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Munnar – A Lush Green Art of Nature

Whether you are an offbeat traveller or a package tourist, Munnar is a definitely a pleasant after taste that you can carry back with you : )
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The Chronicles of an Old Indian Postman

A postman, delivering all kinds of messages, had found a significant place in the lives of people back then. But with time, he too faded into oblivion.
Sanskrit

Sanskrit Language – Dead or Alive?

Sanskrit is considered as the mother of all languages, and the language of Gods. But with people's interest constantly declining, where does it stand now?

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