Vishaal de Mal
This tour of Madurai with sun shining above our heads with all its might made us tired, so we decided to come back to our room and have some rest, after which we again went out in night at around 8 and again we were on the streets near the temple as it is the most beautiful part of the city, but tonight was not the night for a night out so we ended the night with a little walk and dinner at Vishaal De Mall which was something not worth going for neither the food nor the mall for shopping. When we were done with everything we went back to our hotel and slept early as our plan was to board a train for Rameswaram at 7 in the morning.
Next morning we went downhill towards the main market of Ooty . Luckily we spot a shop which gave bikes/scooty on rent and charged 400 bucks per day for bike. Its better to opt for this option to explore the city as local cabs/auto drivers would ask for a way too high price . Proper quilted jacket is needed if you wanna go for bike ride at this time as weather was too cold. I was enjoying the chilly ride thoroughly .
T Nagar, Ranganathan Street
This is a commercial street with one end being the beginning of another famous road named Usman Nagar. This is also a neighbourhood and is mostly known for offices related to the textiles and jewelry industry. The name of the neighbourhood is T. Nagar of Chennai. There are also a number of residential buildings, shops and restaurants around this place.