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Beaches

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7DX Theatre

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Anna Memorial Kancheepuram : It is the birth place of Dr.C.N.Annadurai, Scholar, Statesman and former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu. He is popularly called as Arignar Anna too. Later in 1980 this house, where Anna was born, was converted into a memorial exhibiting his statue, photos and life history.

Kanchi Kudil : It is located at Sangeetha Vidwan Nainar Pillai Street (Old Putheri Street) Kancheepuram. Kanchi Kudil was born of a desire to turn nearly 100 year old ancestral house into a place of tourist interest. While temples and monuments index the cultural life of a city, the real soul of a place is to be found in its people and their homes. The Tourist get a feel of the classical living of life in a historic place like Kancheepuram. Craft exhibition and live demo by artisans are arranged during peak tour seasons to attract overseas tourists. perumal

Sakunthala Jaganathan Museum of Fork Arts : It is a 400 year old ancestral home of the Damal Family, maternal forefathers of renowned scholar Sir.C.P.Ramasamy Iyer. This house has been converted into a museum. Furnitures , Antique Dolls, Ancient Palm Leaves, Musical Instruments, Pooja items, Lamps, Stone Sculptures, Paintings, Traditional Dressing & Make-up Cases, Silk ,Cotton and Handloom men and women’s wear, Jewellery and Indological Books are on display in this museum.

 Places of Interest around Kancheepuram

perumal                                 Srinivasa Perumal Temple - Semmancheri : The Archaeological Department confirms that the present structure could be around 500 years. But locals call it a 1500 years old temple. It is located at Semmencheri on the Old Mahabalipuram Road [OMR] 30 kms from Chennai. It is said that, a Pallava king who lost his eye sight got back his vision on worshipping Srinivasa Perumal here. Even now, people believe, that anyone with eye problems get it cured by worshipping the Perumal here. This is also said to be a Prarthana Sthalam for the Unmarried and Childless couples. Contact 98403 88836 and 98400 69650 for further details. [7 AM - 11 AM and 4 PM - 8 PM]

Aadi Fridays, Aadi Pooram, Puratasi & Margazhi Utsavam and Krishana Jayanthi are some Impartant festival of this temple.


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