Tours To Cuddalore | Cuddalore Tourism
Tour to Cuddalore - Cuddalore is a large industrial city in Tamil Nadu and is located south of Pondicherry on the Bay of Bengal.
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A great deal of the city's population is employed in the industries spread over Cuddalore. The word Cuddalore means ‘sea town' in Tamil.
It is highly known for its wonderful sea beaches and therefore it is an emerging tourism hub. The town is also well known for its temples, the most famous being that of Shiva.
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Cuddalore Tourism Attractions have rich historical significance.Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu is spread over 3,678 Sq. km of Tamil Nadu.
As per 2001 census, the district has the population of 22,85,395, comprising of 11,50,908 male and 11,34,487 female population. Cuddalore is located south of Pondicherry on the Bay of Bengal, in the eastern parts of Tamil Nadu.
Major food crops grown in Cuddalore district are paddy, groundnut, sugarcane, cholam, cambu, redgram, tapioca, greengram, blackgram, coriander, banana, maize, varagu, and cashewnut.
Some other crops that are grown in the region are gingelly, cotton , groundnut, and coconut. For a Tour to Cuddalore, the best time to visit is between the months of October and March.
Cuddalore Tourism - Fort St. David is an important tourist attraction in Cuddalore. Robert Clive had worn his spurs from Fort St. David during the Campaign against the French. Pettai is a small port town located at the distance of 25 km from Chidambaram. It is famous for the ruined Dutch cemetery and the Battlefield where British defeated Hyder Ali.
Tiruppapuliyur: Tiruppatiripuliyur also known, as Tiruppapuliyur is located in Cuddalore New Town. The sacredness of the place is due to the divine effulgence by which spiritual attainment becomes easier. In Tiruppapuliyur, there is an old Shiva temple dedicated to Lord Pataleswarar.
Kattu Mannargudi: Mannargudi is a place of religious antiquity and legendary importance. The famous Vishnu temple at Mannargudi dedicated to Sri Rajagopalaswami was built by the Chola King Kulottunga I (1070-1120 AD). The temple is situated over an area of 6 acres of land that commands an imposing view and provides accommodation for thousands of devotees.
Thiruvahindrapuram: Thiruvahindrapuram, a calm village of the historical coastal town of Cuddalore, falls in the group of Nadu Nattu Tirupati among 108 Divya Desams. The temple of Lord Devanatha is flanked by the inspiring "Oushadagiri" an herbal drop from the hands of speeding Anjaneya to the battlefield of Lanka and the serpentine holy river Garuda Nadhi. Its importance has found place in three puranas, viz. Brahmandam, Brahannardiyam and Skandam.
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