The amazing art Kolam is the part of everyday life in Tamil Nadu. It has been believed that this Kolam art has more than 5000 year history in its background.
The inhabitants of Tamil Nadu are owned their own God or Goddess, and fables told within their own expertise or customs. The shrines of Tamil Nadu religiously attribute feature to the unseen worlds.
The Mango is a well-liked fruit, so much so that it has been called as the "King of Fruits"; in the Hindu Vedas. The mangos are referred as the "food of the gods."
Village Life in Tamil Nadu is unique for their ancient cultural Legacy. Tamil Nadu is the historical birthplace of the Tamil Kingdoms like Chera, Chola, Pandya, which achieved success in ancient India
Velankanni is a small hamlet and it is a popular pilgrim center in Tamil Nadu.
Tamil Nadu in India is well known for its ancient, magnificent Temples and stone architecture, sculptures, cuisine, cinemas and traditional dance and music.
Tamil folk music and songs are highly appreciated by people all along South India for its unique pattern and style. These musics are a pulling power and attracting numerous tourists to Tamil Nadu.
Bharathi was against social starvation, misuse of many oppressed people besides British rule . He survived a lifetime of poverty, he was at all times positive in his thoughts and activity.
Assorted bright flowers, idea, commitment, group work and perseverance are the prerequisites for constructing a outstanding Pookalam design.
M.Karunanidhi is a thinker, writer and powerful orator. He holds the record of winning every election that he fought in his political career spanning more than 60 years.
Believed to be the cleverest of all birds, the Crow belongs to the Corvidae family. Crows are normally smaller in size than and not as thick-billed as ravens, which belong to the same genus. Crows are highly intelligent, they can be masterful...
Birds are creatures of attraction and intelligence, and they are the only creatures of our world with the premia of both take wing and sing. Welcome to my hub "Birds and Beaks".
A Siddha, Wandering Saints of Tamil Nadu, India, do not acquire any kind of physical body. He is a soul at its purest breed.