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15 Mar 2003


Chennai, the capital of Tamil Nadu is also its principal harbour and has one of the finest beaches in Asia. It was founded at Fort St. George in 1640 AD by Francis Day of the East Indian Company.

1 Mar 2003


The sacred island town of Rameswaram, at the extreme south-eastern limit of the Indian Peninsula, has one of India's most venerated temples. A fine example of South Indian architecture, the temple is renowned for its many pillared corridors, about 1220 metres in length. According to the Hindu epic "Ramayana", Rama sanctified this place by worshipping Lord Shiva here, after the war against Ravana and it is therefore held sacred by both Shaivites and Vaishnavities.

Alappuzha (Alleppey )

Alappuzha is the centre for backwater cruises and coir products in Kerala. It has a large network of canals which pass through the town and provide its lifeline. The Nehru Trophy Boat Race - the most colourful snake-boat race in Kerala, is held here on the second Saturday of August every year.