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On the first day of your Tamil Nadu holiday, you will arrive at Coimbatore airport, where you will be warmly welcomed and escorted to your hotel. Take some time to explore the renowned Marudhamalai Murugan Temple, situated atop a scenic hill and surrounded by refreshing air. Afterwards, enjoy some leisure time for shopping before retiring for the night at your Coimbatore accommodation.
On the second day of your journey, embark on a 5-hour drive from Coimbatore to Kodaikanal. Begin your day by having breakfast, and then proceed towards your destination. Along the way, make a stop at the revered Palani Murugan Temple, which is one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Afterward, resume your drive, and once you reach Kodaikanal, unwind and rejuvenate at the hotel. Enjoy an overnight stay at this picturesque hill station.
On the third day of your itinerary, you will have the entire day to explore the beautiful hill station of Kodaikanal. Take the opportunity to visit popular attractions such as the Kurinji Andavar Temple, Bryant's Park, Pillar Rocks, Coaker's Walk, and the picturesque Kodaikanal Lake. This day will be dedicated to immersing yourself in the charm and natural beauty of Kodaikanal. You will also have the pleasure of spending another night in this enchanting hill station.
On the fourth day of your trip, you will be driving from Kodaikanal to Madurai, which will take approximately 3.5 hours. After finishing your breakfast, make your way to Madurai. During your visit, be sure to explore the renowned Azhagar Koil situated in Alagar Hills. Additionally, take the opportunity to visit the Pazhamudhirsolai Murugan Temple, which is one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Once you have arrived in Madurai, check-in to your hotel and take some time to relax. Later, visit the Thiruparankundram Murugan Temple, another one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Don't miss the chance to also visit the Meenakshi Amman Temple, a magnificent temple dedicated to Goddess Parvati, featuring a stunning thousand-pillared hall with captivating architecture. The temple complex is adorned with numerous shrines and sculptures, adding to its beauty. Enjoy an overnight stay in Madurai.
Embark on your journey towards Kanyakumari, the southernmost point of the Indian mainland. Embark on a guided exploration of the famed Kumari Amman Temple, where you can offer your respects to the divine goddess. Marvel at the Vivekananda Rock Memorial, a tribute to the revered Hindu saint Swami Vivekananda. Admire the Thiruvalluvar Statue, a towering sculpture standing at a height of 133 feet, with a pedestal of 38 feet and a statue of 95 feet. Experience the awe-inspiring spectacle of the sun setting at the meeting point of the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and Indian Ocean. Spend the night in Kanyakumari and cherish the memories of your visit.
On the sixth day of your journey, embark on a 5.5-hour drive from Kanyakumari to Rameswaram. Along the way, make a stop at the revered Tiruchendur Murugan Temple, one of the six sacred abodes of Lord Murugan. Afterward, resume your drive and marvel at the renowned Pamban Bridge, a railway bridge that spans the Palk Strait and links the town of Rameshwaram to mainland India. Upon arrival, check-in to your hotel and unwind. Enjoy an overnight stay in Rameshwaram.
On Day 7, embark on a 5-hour drive from Rameshwaram to Trichy (Tiruchchirappalli). Trichy is home to the magnificent Ranganathaswamy Temple in Srirangam, considered the largest functioning Hindu temple globally. Constructed by the Azhwar Saints between the 6th and 9th centuries, this temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is renowned as the first among the 108 Divya Desams or Vishnu Temples worldwide. Another significant temple in Trichy is the Thiruvanaikovil Sri Jambukeswara Temple, representing the "Water" element of nature as per the Pancha Bootha Sthalam concept. Built by the Cholas in the 2nd century AD, this Dravidian-style architectural marvel is a must-visit. Additionally, the Rockfort Uchchipillayar Temple, located within an ancient fort, stands as a testament to the Pallavas' craftsmanship in 508 AD. It is the oldest structure within the fort and should not be missed. Conclude the day with an overnight stay in Trichy.
After completing your breakfast, proceed to the renowned Brihadeeswara Temple in Thanjavur, famously known as Thanjai Periya Kovil. The temple bears the esteemed distinction of being designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is recognized as one of the revered 'Great Living Chola Temples'. Erected in the year 1010 AD by the illustrious Chola Emperor Raja Raja Chola, it stands as a remarkable testament to the magnificence of Indian architecture. Additionally, pay a visit to the revered Thingaloor "Chandran" Temple and the Swamimalai Murugan Temple, which is one of the six sacred abodes (Arupadai Veedu temple) dedicated to Lord Murugan. Wrap up your day by enjoying an overnight stay in Kumbakonam.
During the tour's ninth day, you'll have the chance to explore the Navagraha Temples. These temples include the Alangudi Temple dedicated to Guru, the Thirunageswaram Temple dedicated to Raaghu, the Suriyanar Kovil Temple dedicated to Sun, the Kanjanoor Temple dedicated to Sukran, the Vaitheeswaran Kovil Temple dedicated to Sevvai, the Thiruvenkadu Temple dedicated to Budhan, the Keezhaperumpallam Temple dedicated to Kethu, and the Thirunallaru Temple dedicated to Sani. After the temple visits, you can relax in the hotel and enjoy an overnight stay in Kumbakonam.
After finishing your breakfast, make your way to Tiruvannamalai. While on your journey, make a pit stop to discover the Chidambaram Nataraja Temple, an essential Pancha Bootha Sthalam temple, where Lord Shiva symbolizes the element of 'Sky. Once you're done, continue your journey to Tiruvannamalai and unwind at your hotel. The Arunachaleswarar Temple, an integral Pancha Bootha Sthalam temple, stands as a splendid embodiment of the town and venerates Lord Shiva, who represents the elemental aspect of 'Fire'. Additionally, the town is home to the renowned Sri Ramana Ashram. Spend the night in Thiruvannamalai.
Set forth on your expedition to Vellore as part of your temple journey through Tamil Nadu. The resplendent Sripuram Golden Temple, renowned as the Vellore Golden Temple, showcases awe-inspiring architecture bedecked in pure gold. This sacred sanctuary is dedicated to the divine goddess Lakshmi and goes by the name 'Sri Lakshmi Narayani Temple'. Remarkably, the temple's construction incorporates an impressive 1500 kilograms of precious metal. After immersing yourself in the splendor of this remarkable site, resume your drive and relax. Make sure not to miss a visit to the world-famous Venkateswara Temple in Tirumala, which ranks as the second wealthiest temple globally. Additionally, extend your respects to Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple in Tiruchanur, the consort of Lord Venkateswara. Conclude your day with an overnight stay in Tirupati, enveloped in a spiritual ambiance.
Embark on your journey towards Kanchipuram as an integral part of the grand Tamil Nadu temple tour. En route, take a break to immerse yourself in the sanctity of the Srikalahasti Temple, acknowledged as one of the revered Pancha Bootha Sthalam temples, where Lord Shiva embodies the essence of "Air." Continue your expedition to pay homage at the Tiruttani Murugan Temple, one of the six esteemed abodes (Arupadai Veedu temple) dedicated to Lord Murugan. Following this spiritual interlude, proceed with your drive and find repose at your chosen hotel. Kanchipuram, one of the three principal cities renowned for the worship of Goddess Shakti, holds paramount importance due to the presence of the Kamakshi Amman Temple. The intricate sculptures adorning this ancient temple, harkening back to the 7th century, are nothing short of mesmerizing. Conclude your day with a restful overnight stay in the sacred city of Kanchipuram.
After having breakfast, proceed to Ekambareswarar Temple, renowned among Tamil poets from the 2nd century. This temple represents one of the five natural elements, being the "Earth" element (Pancha Bootha Sthalam temple), with Lord Shiva symbolizing it. Commence your journey back to Chennai and upon arrival, check-in to the hotel. Enjoy the evening at your leisure, indulging in shopping. Rest for the night in Chennai.
On the 14th day, you are free to indulge in shopping activities. Afterwards, you may proceed to the Chennai airport in accordance with your flight schedule for departure.