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In 1983, when I was posted as the District Collector of South Arcot District, I was informed about a unique fort situated in the northwestern corner of the district in the centre of Gingee Taluk. Apart from being a unique architectural feat it is one of the few forts in the State. Tamil Nadu is famous for its temple architecture, whereas Rajasthan...More
 
Puducherry, formerly Pondicherry, union territory (2001 provisional pop. 973,829), 183 sq mi (474 sq km), India. It comprises the noncontiguous enclaves of former French India: Puducherry and Karaikal on the Coromandel Coast in Tamil Nadu state, Yanam in Andhra Pradesh state, and Mahe on the Malabar Coast of Kerala state...More
 
The temple town of Tiruvannamalai is one of the most ancient heritage sites of India and is a center of the Saiva religion. The Arunachala hill and its environs have been held in great regard by the Tamils for centuries. The temple is grand in conception and architecture and is rich in tradition, history and festivals.In ancient times, the term...More