- When visiting temples or museums, beware of guides, many of whom are or claim to be tailors, who offer to take you to vantage points outside the temple to get a better view.
1 year ago
Nice to see. Near Mukkuruni Vinayagar , you can see rotating lingam. It is amazing. In 360 degree where ever you stand around this lingam it will face you.
on Meenakshi Amman Temple 3 years ago
A must place to visit if you are near my Madurai...temple is located in the heart of the city, darshan timings are from 0430 to 1230 hrs then 1630 to 2130 hrs, you are not allowed to take your shoes (Read More)n mobiles n cameras which you can submit outside the temple counter after paying some minimum fee which is safe. No dress code as such. For Darshana, there are three queues... ordinary, rupees 50 and rupees 100.
on Pazhamudhir Solai 2 years ago
I was living in Madurai. Moved out of Madurai some decades ago. It gives me great pleasure to view such beautiful pictures. Thanks for the persons who added the photos to this review
3 years ago
Best travel through own vehicles... culture City
Must taste coffee... ??
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Around 170 Km from madurai.3 passenger trains are running between Madurai and Rameswaram daily.Express train also running tri weekly and weekly.frequent buses available between Madurai and Rameswaram (Read More) from Mattutavani bus stand.just 3 and half hours travel by bus.if taking own car travel mayreduce upto 2 and half hours
The Meenakshi Amman Temple, Alagar Koli, Tirupparankundram Murugan Temple and Meriamman Teppakulam are some of the best temples in Madurai.
Yes Madurai is full of Hindu temples and mostly caters to (Read More)the Hindu pilgrims, but anybody can visit the place and have a soothing and spiritual experience