Ramakrishna Temple Chennai
Ramakrishna Temple Chennai
Chennai, the capital of Indian state Tamil Nadu is one of the thriving metropolises of India. Located on the east coast of country, it is a gateway of South India which is renowned in the world for its rich cultural heritage, temple architecture and historic importance. Apart from the vibrant theatre life scene, Chennai is popular for its film industry and has numerous studios making cinema in various regional languages of India which are quite popular across the country. Today the city is developing rapidly and has become a fast growing city in India which is ranked as a second major exporter of IT and is renowned as the automobile capital of country.

Chennai is a vibrant city ever growing, expanding and changing. Music, dance and all other art forms of South are cherished and nurtured in this city which represents the great cultural legacy of country. The city boasts various interesting attractions to visit and things to explore that will surely compel you to visit it again and again. 

Crocodile Park:- Located about 30 km from Chennai on the East Coast Road , Crocodile park is among the major attractions of city. It is a home to about 2500 specimens of crocodiles, fresh water turtles, lizards and snakes. 14 species of crocodiles out of 23 species of crocodiles are available in this park. There is also a venom extraction center in the park. It is a complete fun and educative place for children. 

Marina Beach:- It is world’s second longest beach and is among the popular spots of city. It is visited by 30,000 visitors on weekdays and 50,000 on weekends to enjoy scenic sunsets, experiencing the fresh air and to get an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The beach stretch is about 13 kilometers and is a home to Annadurai Memorial, M. G Memorial, Triumph of Labor Statue, Kannagi statue and many more such prominent landmarks.

Valluvar Kottam:- Built in 1976, a chariot-shaped temple is a memorial that pays a tribute to Tamil poet and philosopher Thiruvalluvar and its 2,000 year old epic, the Thirukural. It has an auditorium, which is one of the largest in Asia and can accommodate about 4,000 audience at a time.

Madras Music Academy:- For Carnatic music lovers , Madras Music Academy is no less than a Mecca. Throughout the year, the academy hosts various dance and music performances that peak around the New Year. It hosts the December Music and Dance Festival where giants of Hindustani and Carnatic musicians from all corners of India take part and performed to the packed audiences.

10 Downing Street:- 10 Downing Street is one of the few places of city where one can enjoy night life. It is designed with a cozy ambience and has lively music performance. The entry fee and food in this place is slightly higher for Indian standards but the food and ambience is great. Get here on Wednesday night which is Lady’s day out. Band performs live performances on Saturday nights. Visit this place when the whole dance floor comes alive with great music and dance performances. To enjoy all this happenings book business class flights to 
an alluring city to enjoy rich cultural legacy.

Government Museum and National Art Gallery:- Do visit this museum which is one of the finest museums in India. It has various sections devoted to botany, geology, sculpture, anthropology etc. The museum is a great reservoir of souvenirs of pre historic South India and 2nd century AD Buddhist site Amravati along with the vast collections of carvings from Jain, Hindu and Buddhist faiths.