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Madurai, the second largest city of Tamil Nadu, is dotted with a large number of temples and has rightly earned the epithet of Temple City of South India. The seat of power of Pandyas, Madurai is situated on the banks of river Vaigi. This administrative capital of Madurai district has a population of 922,913 as per the census of 2001.

Madurai city map guides the visitors to this city of greats such as Bharat Ratna M.S. Subbulaxmi and Illaiyaraaja. The city map provides information about the landmarks of the city, places of interest in Madurai, Madurai hotels, major roads and railway network and educational institutes of Madurai.

Places of Interest in Madurai

Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple
One of the biggest temples in India, the original Meenakshi Sundareswarar temple was built by the Pandya King, Kulasekaran. The temple in its current form was built by Tiurmalai Nayakar and is known all over the world for its thousand pillared hall which is considered to be an architectural and engineering marvel.

Thirumalai Nayakar Mahal
Built in the Indo-Sarsenic
style, this national monument leaves visitors speechless. The work done on its ceiling and domes is truly one of its kind.

Thronged by the devotees of all religions, this temple has become a symbol of religious harmony, over the period of time. It is believed to be the place where Lord Murugan married Deivanai. An Islamic dargah is also situated nearby this temple which is also equally popular among the people of Madurai.

Hotels in Madurai

The city of Madurai, which is a travel hub for the visitors coming to the state of Tamil Nadu, offers a lot of accommodation options. Ranging from economy hotels to the luxury hotels, Madurai has all type of hotels. Some of the well-known hotels in Madurai include:
  • Hotel Royal Court
  • Hotel Chentoor
  • Hotel Germanus
  • Hotel The Madurai Residency
  • Hotel PEARL
  • T.M. Lodge
  • Hotel Supreme
  • Hotel Madurai Ashok
  • Taj Garden Retreat
  • Hotel Duke

Madurai Economy

Apart from its temples and architectural wonders, Madurai has also made its mark with its developing economy. The real estate boom in Madurai, in the last decade, has resulted in lots of capital influx into the city. Jasmine flowers of the city are exported all over the world, earning a good revenue. The pace of industrial development in Madurai has also increased, resulting in a large number of job opportunities in Madurai. The city is also recognized for its textile market and Sungudi sarees.

Last Updated on : 17/07/2013

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