Thanjavur to Tiruvarur



The Thanjavur to Tiruvarur trip is one of the exciting excursions from Thanjavur. One of the most visited pilgrimage destinations of the state of Tamil Nadu, Tiruvarur lies 55 Kilometers away from Thanjavur.

The imposing Thiyagarajaswami Temple is the main attraction in Tiruvarur. One of the biggest chariot temples of the southern state, thousands of devotees and followers visit the temple site every year. Tiruvarur is believed to be the birthplace of Thiyagaraja – the famous mystic saint of southern India.

Apart from the pilgrims, the picturesque natural beauty of the place attract all types of tourists and visitors.



Last Updated on 06 December 2011




     


     

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