Tiruchirappalli Tourism & Travel Guide

It is an engineering marvel that evokes awe! Few can forget a train journey on the Pamban bridge, connecting Rameswaram island to the mainland...

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Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple

Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ranganatha, reclining form of Hindu Deity.
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Sri Rangam is one of the biggest working Hindu temple in India. Morning darshan timing of the main temple is 9.30 AM to 12.30 AM. and different timings in afternoon and evening. Again its just 4 km to Sri Rangam from my hotel. Buses are so frequent. Just got completely lost inside the temple premises. One should have at least one complete day to get blessing of all the Darshan. And the queue to main temple , it took me three hours to compete Darshan. I have spend almost 4 hrs and just finished very few Darshan. I had to vacate my room by 12.30 PM. So I left back to room in middle could not able visit all the temple in the premises.
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About Tiruchirappalli

This city in Tamil Nadu does not provide much to see unless your sightseeing interests include religious dwellings. In that case Trichy can keep you busy throughout the day with a plethora of temples to visit, such as Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Brahmapureeswarar Temple, Jambukeswarar Temple and the Rock Fort Temple. There is also a majestic Gallo-Catholic church, St. Lourdes, which interestingly lies at the conjunction of a temple and a mosque, an attribute to secularism and diversity. The city is also home to a planetarium, located at the Anna Science Centre, which is worth a visit. Sangeetha, Hotel Kannappa Mannarpuram and Saba are good restaurants for vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Flights to Trichy operate from all around the country, and there are also bus and train services to this city.

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