The magnificent caught my attention and as usual, I started clicking around, but it was not allowed inside the premises of the main temple, but the architecture was just beyond words. I silently tried to figure out what exactly the Chidambara rahasyam was but came back without an answer. Later had a quick breakfast and tried to figure out the way to reach “”. After a long wait, I finally took a fully loaded bus trying to keep my stuff safe among the crowd and around 10: 40 I arrived at Tarangambadi and to my surprise it was flooded with people hanging around in every street. After a while, I reached the Danish fort, but it turns out to be closed on the occasion of republic day, I had a quick glance of the place and went to Indo-danish museum, which has a great collection of books, coins and other souvenirs of Danish period. Tranquebar, the land of singing waves in Tamil is a 400 year old Danish settlement in India served as a trading port, which was fortified after the treaty was signed off between A. D. Gedde, Danish admiral and Tanjore king, Vijaya Nayak on November 1620 which was later transferred to East India Company in 1845.The ferocious tides tried their best to destroy the glory of the tranquillity prevails even now in the air .After a rough day, I tried to rest still wondering about the main target to be accomplished.