A trip to Chennai from Bangalore

Chennai is located in the southern most part of India and is a major commercial and cultural center in India. It is also one of the four metropolises in India and is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. Chennai has deep rooted culture and tradition that is based on the Dravidian civilization. For instance, for most residents of the city and the state of Tamil Nadu, the day begins with the wishes and prayers to Sri Venkatesha Supravatam and also by doing up the kolams or rangolis in their home premises.

Chennai

At present, Chennai is a thriving center for the health care, technology and the manufacturing industries for the country. It also boasts of a huge film industry that churns out several movies throughout the year. When you talk about the art and culture, you would have to speak about the Hindustani classical Carnatic music and the dance form known as Bharatnatyam both of which originates in Chennai. AR Rahman the aced musician who won the Oscar hails from Chennai and is also known as the Mozart of Madras.

Chennai is also the main getaway for other tourist attractions like Mahabalipuram, Tirupati, and Pondicherry etc. Check out the various temples in Chennai and the Madras Museum which is the most visited places in the city. There are many other museums in Chennai that are worth visiting especially if you have keen interest in art and history. Pongal is the main festival of Chennai and is celebrated in January for a period of 5 days.

Bangalore

Accommodation in Chennai is not much of a hassle as you can always find endless number of hotels in Chennai for staying over and touring the city. Bangalore which is the capital of Karnataka is just 350 km away from Chennai. It is also known by several other names like Bengaluru, Pensioner’s Paradise and The Garden City of India.

Some of the best visiting places in Bangalore include the Lal Bagh which is a botanical garden established by Hyder Ali. It is well known for the annual flower show every year. The rock of Lal Bagh that dates back to 3000 million years is also an attraction that you must visit. Cubbon Park is another attraction designed by Richard Sankey. Apart from these gardens and parks, some other places to see near Bangalore include the historical monuments like the Bangalore Fort and the Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan, the Bangalore Palace and the Mayo Hall.

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