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Pamban Bridge, Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, India

Sunrise at Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, India

From Top Place, Munnar, Kerala

Darasuram or Dharasuram is a panchayat town located 3 kilometres from Kumbakonam in Thanjavur District, Tamil Nadu, India. The town is known for the Airavateswara temple constructed by the Rajaraja Chola II in the 12th century AD. The temple is a recognised UNESCO World Heritage monument. Wikipedia

Airavatesvara Temple is a Hindu temple of Dravidian architecture located in the town of Darasuram, near Kumbakonam in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. This temple, built by Rajaraja Chola II in the 12th century CE is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, along with the Brihadeeswara Temple at Thanjavur, the Gangaikondacholisvaram Temple at Gangaikonda Cholapuram that are referred to as the Great Living Chola Temples.

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Ranjankudi Fort is a 17th-century fortress located about 22 km north of the town of Perambalur in Tamil Nadu, India. The fort is located 22 km north of Perambalur in NH 45 in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Ranjakudi fort was the focus point during the Battle of Valikondah during 1751, when the British troops supported by Mohammed Ali won over the French supported by Chanda Sahib. The fort is oblong in shape with semicircular bastions, a moat encircling it and three fortifications at different levels, built with cut stone blocks. The fort has a palace, residence buildings, underground chamber and an underground passage that links Pettai with Kottai Medu. The fort, in modern times, is maintained and administered by the Archaeological Survey of India.The fort is one of the prominent tourist destinations in Perambalur.

  

Now comes the 2621 Tamil Nadu Express from Chennai Central waiting for signal at okhla with LGD WAP4 #22596.

Near Madurai.Tamil Nadu. India.

View from Munnar to Tamil Nadu, India

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