Blog Posts - Tiruvannamalai

ASTONISHING INDIA: 8 of the Most Awe-inspiring Places to Visit in India

If you had your passport taken away and could only travel within the borders of your home nation for the rest of your life, which […] Continue reading at The Mindful Word journal of engaged living []...
by The Mindful Word on Aug 17, 2016

OM ARUNACHALA: Tiruvannamalai—a pilgrimage place for millions in India

For a city of only 150,000, Tiruvannamalai sure has a lot of people. It’s not the citizens mind you, but the visitors that make this[...] READ MORE>> The post OM ARUNACHALA: Tiruvannamalai—a pilgrimage place for millions in India appeared fi...
by The Mindful Word on Mar 15, 2013

Karthigai Deepam

 Karthigai Deepam is one of the oldest festivals celebrated by Dravidians. The festival finds reference in Sangam literature like Ahananuru and the poems of Auvaiyar. Karthigai Deepam is celebrated on the full moon day (pournami) of the month...
by Wealthymatters on Dec 3, 2012

பாழாய்ப் போன பொங்கல்

by thamiziniyan on Jan 18, 2011

Eph'phatha Orphan home

Eph'Phatha Orphan HomeMarch 10-17A wonderful orphans home in Tamil Nadu, India, run by the most hospitable people you can imagine. Charity Travel works with Eph'Phatha about a week to help starting income generation projects. NameEph'phatha Orpha...
by Charity Travel on Mar 10, 2010

Day 85, Mahabalipuram [Monday 5th February 2008]

We set the alarm, wake up at 6.30am and watch a bit of the Oscars "Red Carpet" live broadcast on TV. Then we walk down to the Shore Temple. We are the only two people there, and its misty, early morning isolation, silhouetted against the sun,
by Travelling India on Feb 22, 2009

Day 86, Tiruvannamalai [Tuesday 26th February 2008]

At breakfast in the hotel in Tiruvannamalai a sceeching old Indian woman is loudly telling the waiter exactly which order he should bring cornflakes and fruit juice in. We have uttapams and coffee then get the bus to Chennai, a 3.5 hour drive away.C...
by Travelling India on Feb 22, 2009

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