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Visiting places in Nagapattinam
TNear Nagapattinam, a swamp is found. This swamp is an excellent example of biodiversity. Apart from this, there is a wildlife sanctuary at Kodiakkarai, near Nagapattinam. History Nagapattinam was a major port and trading center during the reign of the Chola kings.
Nellukkadai Mariamman Temple:
Nellukkadai Mariamman Temple is one of the famous temples in Tamil Nadu. The temple was built at the behest of the dream goddess of a rice merchant. A large number of devotees gather at the temple every year to perform the prayers.
The opening hours of the walk are from 7 am to 12 noon and from 5 pm to 8 pm.
Thus they hope that the yield will prosper and profit will accrue. Once a year, the mother is given balm.
Arumugam Swamy Temple:
Arumugam Swamy Temple is located in the village of Porulvaithassery, 6 km from Nagapattinam. Built for Subramaniam Swamy, the temple has a beautiful statue of Swami standing near a peacock. According to reports, the king gifted the sculptor with gold, and at the same time cut off his thumb so that the sculptor would never carve such a statue.
Kayaroganeswarar Temple is also known as the Nilayadatchiyamman Temple. The oldest temple is a Shiva temple. The name of the goddess here is Nilayadatsiyamman. The idols of Lord Shiva and Lord Nilayatsiyamman are found inside the temple premises. It is said that Lord Shiva blessed the sage Pundarika and gave him salvation.
It is a municipal town in Nagapattinam district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The town derives its name from the famous Vedaranyaswarar Temple. Built by Paranthaka Chola, this temple is a Shiva temple. Places like Salt Satyagraha Monument, Ayurvedic Herbal Forest, Historic Lighthouse, Rama Padam, Ettukudi Murugan Temple are some of the popular tourist attractions here.
In the seaside town of Tharangambadi, the hymns of its waves are even louder today. Tharangambadi, which is still untouched, is one of the least explored places in Tamil Nadu. One of the main reasons for coming to Tharangambadi and there is the buildings built in Danish architecture. Dansborg (Danish Fort) is one of the most important of these, built on Danish architecture that is not easily found anywhere else in India.
Dutch Fort is located in Tharangambadi, near Nagapattinam. Built in the year 1620, the fort is a testament to Dutch architecture. The fort is still famous for its fine architecture. The fort is a must visit for those interested in the history and architecture of colonial rule.