the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, known as the Land of Temples. Nearly 33,000 ancient temples, many at least 800 to 1400 years old, are found scattered all over the state. Most of the largest Hindu Temples reside here. Studded with complex architecture, variety of sculptures, and rich inscriptions, the temples remain the very essence of the culture and heritage of Tamil land, with historical records dating back to at least 3,000 years.The state also abounds with a large number of temple tanks. The state has 2,359 temple tanks located in 1,586 temples. The government has identified 1,068 tanks for renovation.
Day 01 : Arrive Madurai
On arrival to Madurai and transfer to the hotel. After lunch takes a city tour Visiting Menakshi temple, hirupparankundram Murugan Temple is located at a distance of 8 km from the centre of Madurai cityKoodal Azhagar Temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. There is a large statue of Lord Vishnu, which is carved in front of the temple. Madurai sightseeing and overnight stay in Madurai.
Day 02 : Madurai - Srirangam (140 Kms/3hrs).
Beautified by Kaveri River, the city of Srirangam is dominated by a Vaishnavite population. The largest temple complex in India, Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, is a major attraction of this city. Festivals like Vaikunt: Transfer to Thanjavur night stay at Thanjavur.
Day 03 : Thanjavur to Rameswaram (170 kms/5 hrs)
Brihadeshwar temple or the big temple is the prime attraction of Thanjavur. Brihadeshwar temple was built in the early 11th century by Raja Raja Chola. After breakfast drive to Rameswaram Lord Rama said to have visited to Rameswaram before going to battle with lanka.One of the twelve Jyothrlingam is also well known for its magnificent corridors and the massive sculptured pillars lingam them. Local sightseeing and night stay at hotel in Rameswaram.
Day 04 : Rameswarm local and drop Railway station.