Thursday, July 28, 2011

Mahabalipuram Travel Photo Collection

The sculptures of Mahabalipuram are particularly interesting because it shows scenes of day-to- day life, in diverge with the rest of Tamil Nadu, where the carvings normally represent gods and goddesses. Mamallpuram is well known as an 'Open-Air Museum'.



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Friday, July 22, 2011

Madurai Meenakshi Temple

Meenakshi temple complex is within a high-walled structure, at the central part of which are the two sanctums for Meenakshi and Sundareshwara, surrounded by a large number of smaller shrines and majestic pillared halls. Particularly their soaring towers rise from solid granite bases, and are enclosed with stucco figures of dieties, legendary animals and monsters painted in vibrant colors.



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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Ooty - Travel Photo Collection

Ooty attracts the tourist by its Lofty Mountains, delightful flowers, dense forest, sprawling grasslands, acres and acres of tea gardens which are wonderful green feast for the eyes of the tourists. The height of the hills in the Nilgiri range varies between 2280 and 2290 meters.



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Monday, July 18, 2011

SquidHuddle Travel Tales

This week’s SquidHuddle question came from the Travel and Places category. We asked lensmasters; What is the funniest/oddest/weirdest thing that ever happened to you while traveling or on vacation?



http://www.squidoohq.com/2011/07/18/squidhuddle-travel-tales/


Monday, July 11, 2011

Festival of Tamil Nadu

The majority of the temple festivals come between September and November, and between March and June. These festivities are not only religious celebrations but also cultural landmarks as well. They have become part of life of the Tamils with their families, friends and relatives getting together on such festival occasions.



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Thursday, July 7, 2011

Easy Recipes of Tamil Nadu

The key ingredients in Tamil cuisine are red chillies, turmeric, tamarind, fresh coconut and a whiff of asafoetida. Coconut or gingelly oil is by and large used as a medium of cooking, Light meals also called Tiffins is very prevalent and a part of the Tamil nadu Cuisine which is conventionally served for breakfast or as an evening snack. Tiffins are served steaming hot like Idli, Dosas. Upma. Vada, Uttappam and Pongal accompanied with Sambar, Coconut chutney and Milagai podi (Chilli Powder). These are mouth watering dishes and light to eat. The tiffin is go along with a steaming hot filter Coffee, which is an authentic signature beverage of the Tamil Cuisine.

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Dynamic Periods In The History Of Tamil Nadu.

The early history of Tamil Nadu dates back about 6000 years. The Tamils belong to the Dravidian race and were part of the early Indus Valley settlers. Later with the Aryan invasion, the Dravidians were forced to remain back into the deep-south, where they finally settled. The present day states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh constitute the Dravidian culture.

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Sunday, July 3, 2011