The prominent pilgrimage spot in South India is named Meenakshi Amman Temple or Meenakshi-Sundereshwara Temple, devoted to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The current structure underwent rebuilt in the 14th century and further renovation and expansion in the 17th century. You’ll find mythological stories come true in the awe-inspiring sculptures located in multiple halls.
Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal
Thirumalai Nayak, one of the most honorable Madurai Nayak kings, established Thirumalai Nayakkar Mahal in 1636. The fusion of Dravidian and Rajput styles of architecture is a real demonstration of outstanding workmanship and artistry in India’s thrilling palaces.
Gandhi Memorial Museum
The Gandhi Memorial Museum was built to celebrate Mahatma Gandhi and his endeavor for Indian freedom. He was respected as the father of India’s nation, who was the source of inspiration for the fight against British imperialism. The museum is located in Rani Mangammal Palace and holds mediation, yoga, and pranayama classes.
Chithirai Thiruvizha is the annual festival celebrating the heavenly marriage of Sundereshwara (Lord Shiva) and Meenakshi (a form of Goddess Parvati) in Chithirai (April-May) month. Millions of people gather from all over the country come to participate in this 12-day display.
Madurai Maqbara is placed in the Kazimar Periya Pallivasal mosque and is the tomb of Madurai Hazrats, offspring of Prophet Muhammad. In the 13th century, the land was endowed to Kazi Syed Tajuddin, a Prophet’s descendant. From that date forward, Kazimar Street was spotted as the residential area of all his offspring for over 700 years.
Saint Mary’s Cathedral
The St. Mary’s Cathedral was built in honor of the Catholic community of Madurai. The 20th-century church is characterized by its neo-Gothic architecture, arched orange ceiling, and simple colored glass windows. It catches up your eyes with blue and white twirling spires. The cathedral is considered one of the most prominent hubs in Madura, praising Christmas.
Temple Art Museum
The Temple Art Museum is a splendid hall designed with 985 pillars housing a Shiva shrine and a bronze image of Nataraja. You’ll be surprised by the breathtaking intricate carvings and interior architecture of the museum.
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