Trichy, Cleanest City In Tamil Nadu: Trichy or Tiruchirappalli, located in the heart of Tamil Nadu, pumps normally and directs the people in the right way who are visiting the city. Fresh air, pure Cauvery water, spiritual & historical temples, joyful street shoppings & many more tourist places make Trichy a wonderful place to visit and for stay. When it comes to cleanliness, Trichy stands tall and earns the award “Cleanest City of the Tamil Nadu” every year. Even the award
Jambukeswarar Temple also known as Tiruvanaikovil Arulmigu Jambukeswarar Akhilandeswari Temple was built 1,800 years ago by Kochenga Chola, one of the Early Cholas. The temple is located on the island of Srirangam which is a famous temple of Rangaswamy. As Lord Siva is seated below the Jambu tree at this temple, it got its name Jambukeswaram.
Grant Anaicut" also known as "Kallanai" is one of the most famous and Oldest Dam in Trichy to hang out with friends & family. It is located in the middle of Thanjavur and Trichy district which is approximately 20 Kms away from the Cauvery River. Kallanai dam was built by the Great Karikalan Cholan in the 2nd Century of AD which was 2000 years ago.
Rockfort Temple Trichy also known as "Trichy Malaikottai''(மலைக்கோட்டை) has a magnificent piece of history. The Trichy Malaikottai Temple consists of two temples inside it named Ucchi Pillayar Temple and Thayumanaswamy Temple. Malaikottai stands around 273 feet and takes 417 steps to reach the Ucchi Pillayar.
St. Lourdes Church is also known as Our Lady of Lourdes Church is located in Tiruchirapalli, Tamilnadu. The Main Tower is 220 feet in height, the Small Tower is 120 feet in height and both are visible from 8 km radius. The church bell is set at a height of 90 feet. Massive walls, round pillars and topped arches are typical of the normal style of architecture.
Butterfly park located at Trichy Srirangam is Asia's biggest park dedicated to one of the 2 top game-changers of the global food chain, the butterfly [1,501 species]. Being located at the banks of the majestic river Cauvery, this turns out to be the favourite spot for city dwellers to merge themselves with nature and to get enchanted by the ethereal fluttering of colourful butterflies.
Srirangam Trichy, 6th-century marvellous holy temple which hosts Lord Ranganatha, is located on the island which is surrounded by the majestic River Cauvery and its tribute channel Kollidam. This awe-struck temple spreads itself across 156 acres with 21 gopurams for the devotees to worship the Lord, fondly called Srirangam Ranganathar.