Tamil Nadu

Stories and photographs from my Tamil Nadu travels. Read my posts and see my pictures in this section of my blog.

Divers at Temple Reef | Pondicherry

Scuba diving in Pondicherry (East Coast, India)

India has around 8000 kilometres (5000 miles) of coastal line. It is surrounded by Arabian Sea on the West, Indian Ocean on the South and Bay of Bengal on the East. India also has some spectacular islands (Andamans and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep Islands) off the coast. The oceans surrounding the coastal line and islands …

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Vattakanal

Hike to Vattakanal (Canopy Hills) | Western Ghats, India

The Kotagiri trek that I had planned to do over the weekend was cancelled due to not having the minimum required participants. Supposedly, the cancellation of hikes or treks due to not having many participants is quite common in Bangalore. So, I decided to call the Bangalore Mountaineering Club just a day before the hike …

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Day trip to Gingee/Senji Fort (Tamil Nadu)

One of the top touristy destinations to see in Pondicherry is the Gingee Fort, also known as Senji Fort. It is a great fort to get some insights into the history of Tamil Nadu. The fort was owned by many dynasties including Cholas, Nayakas, Marathas and Mughals. And ultimately passing the ownership to the British …

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Yercaud (Tamil Nadu)

Travel Guide | Yercaud (Tamil Nadu)

While I was visiting Bangalore in June, I was planning for a travel with my cousins to any place closer to Bangalore. This was meant to be a quick getaway from Bangalore. After scanning all the places that were available to me on Club Mahindra membership, I selected Yercaud. Yercaud is a hill station in …

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Photo Diary: Satyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary

Satyamangalam Wildlife Sanctuary is a tiger reserve in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. It is a protected area along the Western Ghats of South India. A well protected untouched dense forest is what the wildlife sanctuary offers. It has abundant flora and fauna and is a home to indigenous tribal people belonging to …

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