Cuddalore Tourism & Travel Guide

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Adyar Ananda Bhavan

This is a small restaurant in the Salem District and is running from the past three decades. This is a franchise of the main shop and sells both South Indian and North Indian stuffs. While the South Indian delicacies are rated as nothing great, the North Indian dishes here including chhole bhature, pav bhaji, chaat and others are ust delicious. The prices are comparatively low and you are sure tp have a good time here.
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About Cuddalore

Cuddalore is a beach town in Tamil Nadu that is popular for its appealing beaches and ancient temples. This former port town on the Bay of Bengal still retains its old world charm. Beaches with boat houses, a few churches from the bygone eras and marvellous sceneries cover this tranquil region. Towards the east of the town is Silver Beach, which is famed as one of the longest beaches in Asia. It is frequented around the year by tourists from all over India. The dilapidated fort of St. David makes for a thrilling experience. Its ruins remain on the Gadilam River and add to the splendour of the town. Catch a view of the backwaters from here and don't forget to take pictures. Take a boat ride through the narrow water channels of the Pichavaram Mangrove forests, formed by the Cauvery river. Extremely scenic and serene, this place is also home to many migrant birds. Cuddalore ranks high in spiritual significance and is home to a number of Hindu temples. The temples of Padaleeswarar, Bhuvaraha Swami and Thiruvandipuram dot the town. You can enjoy authentic South Indian cuisine here and in case you want to take a souvenir back home, the Panruti dolls are a great choice.

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November,December
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