Thanjavur to Manora



Among the excursions from Thanjavur, the Thanjavur to Manora trip is one of the most exciting expeditions. A pleasant journey of 65 Kilometers from Thanjavur will take one to Manora.

Manora will not only please the tourists and excursionists but also history lovers. The main attraction in Manora is the collection of tall and huge monuments. These monuments were built by the Tanjore Marathas. Manora is actually a moat surrounded - eight storied miniature fortress. This splendid structure was built by Sarfoji II in 1815. The building is hexagonally shaped and has intricate carvings on it walls. The fortress, the wonderful monuments and the scenic surroundings of Manor enchant and excite the visitors.



Last Updated on 06 December 2011




     


     

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