Kallada Travels takes you to the Chennai, formerly known as Madras is the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Chennai is the fourth most populous metropolitan area and the fifth most populous city in India. Located on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, Chennai city had a population of 4.34 million in the 2001 census within the area administered by the Corporation of Chennai and an extended Metropolitan Population of 6.5 million. The urban agglomeration of metropolitan Chennai has an estimated population over 8.2 million people.
Chennai's Kallada Travels economy has a broad industrial base in the car, computer, technology, hardware manufacturing, and healthcare industries. The city is India's second largest exporter of software, information technology (IT) and information-technology-enabled services (ITES). A major chunk of India's car manufacturing industry is based in and around the city.Chennai Zone contributes 39 per cent of the State's GDP. Chennai accounts for 60 per cent of the country's automotive exports.
Chennai Kallada Travels is an important centre for Carnatic Music and hosts a large cultural event, the annual Madras Music Season, which includes performances by hundreds of artists. The city has a vibrant theatre scene and is an important centre for the Bharatanatyam, a classical dance form. The Tamil film industry, one of the largest film industries in India, is based in the city; the soundtracks of the films dominate its music scene.
Chennai is the largest city in Tamil Nadu and is located on the southeastern coast of India. The city was formerly known as Madras and was established by the British. They developed it into a significant urban center and naval base. Around 20th century, Chennai became an important administrative headquarter and the capital of Madras Presidency. The growth and expansion of British Empire led to development of the city. It has been endowed with the rich heritage of art and culture.You can visit the city called Chennai in culture and art by travels called Kallada Travels
It is for this reason that Chennai is also called as the 'Gateway to South India'. The city been blessed with the wealth of arts and literature. It is famous for its various cultural events, showcasing the performing arts such as Dance, Music and Drama at its best. Tamil literature is very rich in content and preaches ancient morals and values. Chennai is also popular for the glitz and glamour of Kollywood, the 'Tamil film industry'. Many Tamil films have won acclaim in the international film festivals and have brought fame to India. Have a visit to chennai by Kallada Travels
Today, the city has gone through a tremendous change and is developing rapidly. There are a number of industries here such as automobile, technology, hardware manufacturing, and healthcare industries. The Automobile industry in Madras is one of the leading industries in the country. It is also the second largest exporter of Information Technology, after Bangalore. Apart from this, the city is a leading player in the fields of education and sports. There are a number of reputed educational institutions and stadiums here which mark the significance of the two in Chennai.
The city of Chennai is also well connected to all the major cities in Tamil Nadu and other neighboring states through an excellent road network.
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Parthsarthy Temple, Kapaleeshwar Temple, Santhome Cathedral, Fort St. George, Marina Beach, National Art Gallery, Snake Park, The Theosophical Society, Kalakshetra. You can view this by visiting the place called Chennai through Kallada Travels
Chennai Hub invites you on a Chennai Tourists called Kallada Travels and also called the Gateway to the South, Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu. Chennai is the fourth largest metropolis in India and the hub of South India. On your Chennai Tour you can explore the beaches, historic churches and monuments of Chennai, like Fort St George on the Coromandel Coast. Enjoy the South Indian flavor of Chennai Tours with Chennai Hub.
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Chengannur Kallada Travels (in Malayalam), is a municipal town in Alappuzha district of the state of Kerala in South India. Chengannur (also spelled Chenganoor, Chenganur, and Chengannoor) is located in the extreme eastern part of Alappuzha district.
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1) In Chengannur, Paandavan Para, a Rock collection where it is rumoured that the Paandavas stayed during their Vanvaas
2) In Chengannur, poomal chaal, which is going to be an tourist place. it is in ala gram panchayath.
Important Locations in Chengannur
Chengannur Hatchery is a landmark place this road will lead from chengannur town Govt. hospital junction via olivet aramana road or thittamel trinity marthoma church.
Neervilakom is a very beautiful township situated 4 km East of Chengannur.The main attraction of this place is the ancient temple namely "Shree Dharma Shastha Temple".Lord Ayyappa is the main deity.Thousands of devotees from various places of Central Travancore worship here.It is a place where the beauty of nature and advancement of technology merge together.
2 km East of Chengannur, situated along the southern bank of the river Pamba, is famous for religious Harmony. Metropolitan High School, puthencavu has produced many stalwarts in many fields. Mahakavi Puthencavu Mathen Tharakan and his son Dr. K.M.Tharakan from this village has made memorable contributions to the Freedom Movement and the Malayalam language. It is on the way to Kozhencherry.Puthencavu is a small settlement in Chengannur, Alappuzha District of Kerala. It is situated around 2 km from Arattupuzha and can be easily accessed from Chengannur and Arattupuzha. Puthencavu St Mary's Orthodox Church situated here is a major attraction. The village is famous for 'Samskrithy', a center for Indian performing arts. Emmayavaramban Temple, Thrichittattu Vishnu Temple, Tiruppuliyur Maayappiraan Temple, Tiruvamundur Temple and St Mary's Knanaya Jacobite Syrian Church are the nearest places of worship Chengannur Railway Station and Cochin International Airport are the nearest railhead and airport.
Mudancavu is located approximately 2km from Chegannur Town, on the banks of river Pampa. In the old age, "VANJIPUZHA PRINCIPALITY"PALACE,was here.(The palace is destroyed) Major attractions include many notable places of worship and buildings
* ERAPUZHA BRIDGE, across pamba in MC road is one of the oldest narrow bridge.
* SREE VADASSERRIKAVU BHADRA KALI TEMPLE, is one of the oldest temples, established around 1150.PADAYANI festival going on in the months of March- April every year.
* THIRCHITTATTU MAHAVISHNU TEMPLE.
Legend has that the pandavas left on a pilgrimage and moved to south and reached south kerala in central travancore. They built Mahavishnu Temples in various places in the bank of holy river PAMBA. Elder brother YUDHISHTIRA (DHARMA PUTHRER) installed VISHNU at THRICHITTATTU, 1.5 km north from Chengannur Town in Chengannur -Pandanad- Parumala road. Connected temples. BHIMA built Vishnu Temple THRIPULIYOOR,ARJUNA built KRISHNA(PARTHA SARADHY)Temple at THIRU-ARUNMULA,NAKULA Built VISHNU temple at THIRUVANVANDOOR and SAHADEVA at THRIKUDITHANAM.
* Kodayattukara Sreekrishna temple.
* Uliyanattussery lord Ayyappa temple (destroyed)
* Two palliyodams-Mundancavu&Kodayattukara.
* Viswakarma Mahasaba head office.
* NSS taluk Union.
* Illams of Sabarimala Thanthries.
Edanadu is a village situated on the bank of river Pampa. It is part of the Chengannur Municipality. Edanadu is an island that shares its border with the river Pampa on one side and with Varattar on all other sides. The place is located 3 km away from Chengannur and 10 km away from Aranmula, the land of God Krishna. Edanadu is situated in the extreme eastern part of Alappuzha district. It is the geographical border of Alappuzha and Pathanamthitta district. It shares its border with Othara, Arattupuzha, Puthancavu, Koipram and Mangalam villages.
Mulakuzha panchayat is situated around 6 km from Chengannur on the MC Road. It is blessed with beautiful nature. It borders on Pathanamthitta district.
The famous "Century Hospital" is in this panchayat. It is the biggest corporate hospital in Central Kerala, and is owned by Central Travancore Specialists Hospital Ltd.
Other attractions include "Mulakuzha Gandharvamuttam Devi temple" which is famous for legends besides 'Juma Masjid'. st.george orthodox chatholicate simhasana church piralassery, St. Thomas Marthoma Church and St Mary's orthodox church are famous pilgrim centres. Temples, mosques and churches are situated nearby showing brotherhood among all communities.
Important educational institutions are MMARS, GVHSS Mulakuzha, St. Gregorios Public School, and Christian College. It borders Pathanamthitta district.
Kozhuvalloor is a village in Mulakkuzha panchayat. It is the site of Kozhuvallor Devi Temple and Kuthiravattom Ayyappa Temple, which are famous for their legends. Kozhuvalloor Devi Temple's "Kettukazha" during the Kumbha Kaarthika festival is very famous. The "Changappadam Chal" separates Mulakkuzha Panchayat and Venmony Panchayat on the south side. Divya Jyothi Sree Narayana Guru temple is a pilgrim centre. The famous Bible school is also in this village.
Cheriyanad is a village situated 8 k.m south-west of Chengannur on the northern shores of Achankovil river. It comes under Chengannur taluk. Its situated 8 k.m equidistant from Mavelikkara and Chengannur on Kozhencherry-Mavelikkara Road.
Cheriyanad is India's first Litigation-controlled cum 100% legally literate grama panchayat.
" The little hamlet of Cheriyanad, not far from the busy Chengannur town on the border of Alappuzha district, was on Saturday declared the country’s first litigation-controlled and legally-literate grama panchayat. -The Hindu"
Cheriyanadu is famous for the pallivilakku maholsavam in Sree Subahmanya Swami Kshethram..
Puliyoor is located 4 kilometre away from Chengannur and falls under Chengannur taluk. Puliyoor is the home of the Pancha Pandava or Panchamballam; a series of 5 temples situated at near, but disjointed geographical location. A pilgrimage path covering all the five temple in a day is considered to be auspicious by the devotees. Among the five temples, a considerable majority of devotees considers Puliyoor temple to be more prominent and auspicious. The annual festivities of Puliyoor temple, which last for 10 consecutive days draws a sizable crowd and the Makara Thiruvathira aarattu held in conjunction with the festival also enjoys good participation from the local natives in and around Chengannur. Puliyoor is also abode of other places of worship including the Mahaganapthy temple, Malankara Catholic Church, St Mary's Orthodox Church, St. George's Orthodox Church and St. Thomas's Marthoma Church. Puliyoor orthodox church serves as one of the refreshment points for the annual pilgrims to Parumala church. The 10 acre Thamara Chaal (Lotus Lake) is also located here. Prominent families- Kattilparampil, Kunnil, Paramalayil, Unethu, Parayil
Pennukkara is a small village, 5 km away from Chengannur. It is under Ala village, situated between Mulakkuzha and Kodukulanji. Pennukkara is famous for its greenery, mainly its lagoons, pond and a lake(Poomala Chal).
Poomala Chaal is a very scenic and sere location where there is a natural lotus lake formation, hardly 3 km from Chengannur. Being more into a country side like area, it is untouched by the fast pace of life of the modern day. Vattamala thottam is at bank of it.Prominent families- Anathattu,Ebenezer (Eng. T M George), Thundiyil ( Fr.Abraham) etc.
Poomala Chaal has Thinkalamattom as one of its boundaries. The famous Pilgrim Ceneter, Malayil Palli (An ancient church founded by St.Gregorios of Parumala) is also siutated at Thinkalamattom. This is also developing, peaceful and calm area, being the first choice to live for lots of NRIs and Retirees and this is one of the densily populated areas in Alleppy district.
7) Pandanad Muthavazhy
Pandanad panchayath belongs to chengannur Taluk and just 3 kilometres away from the town. Muthavazhy is extreme east of pandanad, at the southern bank of holi pampa river. Muthavazhy is famous with its palliyodam and kumaramangalam shree subrahmanya swamy temple, which is very peculiar with its construction, which cannot be seen at any other temples of same era. Muthavazy palliyodam is also very ancient which can accommodate 65 to 80 people at a time.
Chengannur is one of the tourists place in kerala and also beautiful place which can make journey through Kallada Travels
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