The state has many temples dedicated to Lord Muruga and some of these are in rarefied environs. The journey to the Aruppadai Veedu or the Six Houses of Lord Muruga may be arduous but it has its own rewards.
Believers in astrology and the influence of planets over individual destiny will find Tamil Nadu is a great destination. Indian astrology believes that the planetary positions of the nine planets.
The Meenakshi Temple, The Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple (twin temples) is one of the biggest temples in India. The original temple built by Kulasekara Pandyan was in ruins. The plan for the current temple structure
Brihadeeswarar Temple at Thanjavur: A 107 paragraph long inscription on the walls of the Vimanam records the contributions of Raja Raja Chola and his sister Kundavai to the Thanjavur temple. The temple stands within a fort
Rameswaram is a small Island and Major Pilgrim Centre in the Gulf of Mannar. It is connected to the mainland by Pamban Bridge. On his return from Ceylon after Ravana Yudhdham in Lanka , Sri Rama offered his repentance prayer to Lord Siva
Kumbakonam is one of the ancient temple town picturesquely located amidst the two rivers Cauvery and Arasalar
Velankanni is 12 kms from Nagapattinam. Most important Christian Pilgrim Center of the State State
Nagore Dargah is dedicated to Meera Shahib Abdul Qadir Hajrath Shahul Hamid Badshah . He was a spiritual leader and lived between 1490–1579.