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Tamil Nadu , a state in southern India is bordered with Pondicherry, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.

It is regarded as the cradle of Dravidian culture with its cultural paraphernalia speckled all across the state in the form of magnificent temples, gateways, intricate carvings, and the society seeped in tradition.

Tamil Nadu is the most urbanized state in India. The key industries of the state are heavy engineering and manufacturing-based companies and textiles.

Tamil Nadu covers total land area of 130,058 km2 and is divided into 32 districts which are: Ariyalur, Chennai, Coimbatore, Cuddalore, Dharmapuri, Dindigul, Erode, Kancheepuram, Kanyakumari, Karur, Krishnagiri, Madurai, Nagapattinam, Namakkal, Perambalur, Pudukottai, Ramanathapuram, Salem, Sivaganga, Thanjavur, The Nilgiris, Theni, Thiruvallur, Thiruvannamalai, Thiruvarur, Thirunelveli, Tiruppur, Trichirappalli, uticorin, Vellore, Villupuram and Virudhunagar.

Tamil Nadu State Information

CapitalChennai
Date of formationAugust 15,1947
GovernorKonijeti Rosaiah
Chief MinisterO Panneerselvam
Tourist attractionsMarina Beach, Mahabalipuram Beach, Ooty
FestivalsPongal, Vaikasi, Visakam, Avani Moolam,
Major dance and music formsBharatnatyam, Paravi Attam, Neyyandi Melam
Arts and craftsTanjore style of painting; Kanchipuram silk; Toda women embroider geometrical patterns on shawl, called poothkuli
LanguageTamil
Size130,058 sq. km
Population (Census 2011)72,147,030
RiversKaveri, Palar, Pniyar, Bhavani
Forests and wildlife sanctuaries. Mudumalai NP, Mukurthi NP, Annamalai NP
State animalNilgiri tahr
State birdEmerald dove
State flowerGlory lily or Kandhal
State treePalmera palm
Major cropsPaddy, jowar, ragi, tea
FactoidsMamallapuram is a group of rock cut monuments and temples carved between 7th and 8th centuries AD in Mahabalipuram.
The magnificent Meenakshi temple at Madurai was built by the Pandyas.
No. of District 32


Blogs about Tamil Nadu
Vailankanni Church
Vailankanni Church: Experience The Divine Bliss : The Vailankanni Church, popular as the 'Lourdes of the East', is a place of reverence to Mary, Our Lady of Health (Sacred Arogya Matha Church). This minor basilica is located in Vailankanni, a small town on the shores of the Bay of Bengal in the Nagapattinam district of Tamil Nadu. It’s the serenity of this white marvel which leaves the visitors mesmerized. An artistic creation of the late 16th century, the church reflects the Gothic…
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Kattubava Mosque, Tamil Nadu
Kattubava Mosque in Tamil Nadu: A symbol of Peace and Harmony : Location: Padukkottai District, Tamil Nadu Finding a mosque at a place which is best known for housing the maximum number of Hindu temples in the country is a rare possibility. But, since every possibility is an opportunity to discover the unknown, I happened to come across a very old Mosque in a state of temples. Almost 500 years old in its construction, the Kattubava Mosque or Kattubava Pallivasal is a popular mosque in the state…
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Shore Temple Mahabalipuram
An Architectural Wonder called the Shore Temple at Mahabalipuram : Location: Shores of Coromandel Coast, Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu Overlooking the shore of the Bay of Bengal, this piece of sculptural excellence stands as an icon of Mahabalipuram. Ruins of a temple, monoliths, rathas (chariots), and many pieces of art chiselled exquisitely out of rocks -- every section here deserves appreciation. It is unique and gorgeous and its fascination charm is magical. It is the Shore Temple of Mahabalipuram. This legendary creation dates back to the…
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Kailasanathar Temple, Tamil Nadu
The Kailasanathar Temple in Tamil Nadu : Location: Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu Lord Shiva, the supreme ascetic and god of the Hindu pantheon, is worshipped all across India. His temples can be located in every part of the country but nowhere more than Tamil Nadu would you get a chance to see them in number. The land of temples, Tamil Nadu boasts of housing around 2,500 Shiv Temples that hold great importance for the Hindus. Amongst all the ancient temples of Tamil Nadu,…
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Government Museum Chennai
Government Museum in Chennai: Second Oldest Museum in India : Location: Pantheon Road, Egmore, Chennai, Tamil Nadu Established in 1851, Government Museum of Chennai is popular as the Madras Museum. Factually being the second oldest museum of India (after Kolkata's Indian Museum), this museum is a treasure in itself! As a rich repository of finest masterpieces of art, archaeology, anthropology, numismatics and much more, the Madras Museum assures to lure one and all. Spread across an area of 16.25 acres of land, the Government Museum…
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Last Updated on : October 17, 2014