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Rock Fort

The Rock Fort: is the famous landmark to the city which lies on the banks of river Kaveri. It is situated on a massive rock and dedicated to .....

Cubbon Park

Located at 2nd Cross Road, Gandhi Nagar, the Cubbon Park is accessible from M.G. Road, Hudson Circle, Kasturba Road and Ambedkar Veedhi. Spread ...

Virupaksha Cave

The Virupaksha Cave is one of the ancient caves in the history of India. The history of the cave dates back to 13th century. It is said that......


Another most important attraction of Karur, Mayanur is only 21 Kms from the city. The place is known for Sellandiyamman temple and ......

Sri Rangnathaswamy Temple

Sri Rangnathaswamy Temple is one of the largest temples which is devoted Lord Vishnu. This temple becomes famous after the .......

The Ramana Ashram

Known as the Sri Ramanasramam, the Ramana Ashram is located at the foot of the Arunachala hill that lies towards the......

Arunachaleswara Temple

Spread in an area of 24 acres, Arunachaleswara Temple is a popular religious pilgrimage in India. The temple is also the largest temple of......

Shantaleswara Temple

Shantaleswara Temple is dedicated to Hoysaleswara and Shantaleswara, established next to each other and facing east. It is built out of......

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