Harshit Shrivastava, INN/Madhya Pradesh
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Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu. Situated on the Coromandel Coast of the Bay of Bengal, it is one of the biggest social, monetary and educated centres of south India. Chennai has the fifth-largest urban economy of India. People in Chennai use Tamil as their primary source of communication but they are familiar with Hindi and English as well.


Chennai being a significant piece of South India is home to a blend of vegan as well as non-vegetarian cuisines and is acclaimed for its exceptional food culture and traditional scope of cooking, which is known as the South Indian food. The popular sweet dishes of Chennai are payasam, kesari, sweet pongal and among the non-veggie lovers, Chettinad Pepper Chicken is well known and is probably the best food of the city.


  1. Marina Beach:-Marina Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Chennai. Marina Beach is a natural urban beach along the Bay of Bengal the beach is stretched out to a distance of 13 kilometres making it the longest natural urban beach in the country, second largest in the world and also the most crowded beach in India with almost 30,000 visitors a day.

  1. MGR film city:-MRG Film city was established in the year 1994. The MGR Film city is managed by the Government of Tamil Nadu in the loving memory of MG Ramachandran who was not only one of the most adored Tamil actors but also a long-time CM of Tamil Nadu.

  1. Marundeeswarar Temple:- Marundeeswarar Temple is a sanctuary devoted to Hindu god Shiva, situated in Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai nearby the sea shore of Bay of Bengal. God Marundeeswarar is known for the fact that he showed sage Agastya about some enchanted medication. From that point forward the Marundeeswarar sanctuary has been a position of love for individuals with sicknesses and different issues with their wellbeing. It is said that even The Sage Valmiki, who composed The Ramayana, came here to The Marundeeswarar sanctuary to adore The Lord.

  1. Arignar Anna Zoological Park:- Wildlife lovers, don’t miss this opportunity because Arignar Anna Zoological Park aka Vandalur Zoo, is a zoological garden located in Vandalur is spread over an area of 602 hectares, including a rescue and rehabilitation centre. The zoo shelters about 3000 species of flora and fauna across twelve hundred acres including 46 endangered species, in its 160 enclosures.

  1. Valluvar Kottam:- Valluvar Kottam is an auditorium, with a gigantic capacity to hold 4,000 people, built in remembrance of the poet-saint, Tiruvalluvar. Verses of the poet Tiruvalluvar are embellished on the pillars in and around the auditorium. It is a must visit for all the poets and writers in India.

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