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Dindigul is a City in Tamil Nadu Formerly ruled by Tippu Sulthan, It is 430 km away from chennai and the Famous Kodaikanal is from Dindigul District.
Dindigul is most famous for tourism, Here Both Eastern Ghats and Western Ghats meet here and as a result we got a beautiful place called Kodaikanal , There are many famous Places like Landscapes, Tea plantations and also Dams, Lakes and Waterfalls.
Dindigul Tourist Attractions
Silver Cascade Falls
Thadikombu Perumal Temple
Pillar Rock Kodaikanal
Tamilnadu is the only state in India where there is a maximum number of Temples which are more than the 1000-year-old, Many Temples also hold world heritage site status.
Tamilnadu is also known as Temple State and also rich in culture and Heritage of Ancient Indian Practices, This place is ruled by Sri Krishna deva Raya, Cholas and Pallavas For Thousand Years and later by British and French.
The State holds it’s a stronghold in Tourist, Exports, and Imports of Goods, Chennai Port is the Second Largest Port after Mumbai Port in India and also Largest Film Industry and As well as Third Largest IT exports after Bengaluru and Hyderabad.
Places like Hosur, Salem, Coimbatore are famous for Hardware and Software Industries, It holds India’s largest Silk, Cotton and Yarn Markets.
Tamilnadu Still Holds it’s heritage by wearing traditional dresses like Dhothi and Sarees, Especially Salem Yarn and Cotton Markets and Kancheepuram Sarees are worldwide famous.
Many Industries and Manufacturing units like Hyundai, Honda are in Tamilnadu. Tamilnadu holds 2nd largest GDP in India and road connectivity is wonderful.
The Temple Architecture, Kodaikanal waterfalls, Crocodile park, Festivals, Forests, Valparai Trekking and Pollachi Shooting Spots there are large varieties to see in Tamilnadu Which Cannot Be Skipped.
The Real Estate market is evenly spread in Tamilnadu, Especially there are many two towns and one town which the rates are higher than Chennai.
The tourism Department is wonderful in Chennai, Ancient Temples, Rivers and Lakes, Dhanushkodi, and other Parks and View Points made almost 12 million foreign tourists visit Tamilnadu in 2019.