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Madurai City

Madurai, is one of the oldest cities of southern India. It has been a centre of learning and pilgrimage, for centuries. Legend has it, that the divine nectar falling from Lord Shiva's locks, gave the city its name - Madhurapuri, now known as Madurai.

Tirumalai Nayak Palace, which was built in 1636, by the ruler, after whom it has been named. Much of the palace has now fallen into ruins, and only the entrance gate, main hall and dance hall remain.

Gandhi Museum, provides some of the little - known facts about Mahatma Gandhi. It has the blood - stained dhoti worn by Mahatma Gandhi, at the time of his assassination.

Mariamman Teppakkulam Tank, few kilometres east of the old city, is the site for Teppam Festival (Float Festival) in the months of January and February.

Access by Air:
Madurai has an airport and there are regular fights from Chennai to Madurai. From Chennai flights are available all over India.

Access by Rail:
There are two main railway stations at Madurai. It is well connected through railways to all the major cities of South India.

Access by Road:
Roadways are a good means to reach Madurai. It has five bus stands and regular bus services to all the major cities of South India.

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