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Chennai for First Time Traveller


Chennai, along with Mumbai, New Delhi, and Kolkata, is a leading educational, cultural and commercial hub in India and also one of India's four metropolitan cities. It acts as Tamil Nadu's capital. Chennai remains firmly rooted in tradition and culture amid the measurable "westernization". If you intend to take a tour of this area, check SpiceJet for flights to Chennai from Mumbai, Kolkata, or Delhi and make further arrangements accordingly. Here is a short introduction to the region.

A part of South Indian kingdoms such as the Cholas, Hoysalas, and the Vijayanagar Empire, Chennai and its surrounding areas. On the other hand, after the establishment of the English settlement at Fort St. George in 1644, the recorded history of the town began. Fort St. George now continues to be the seat of many offices of the Tamil Nadu government. In the Raj-era temples, the British's residual influence can still be observed and almost every second person is well versed in English. If you intend to take a tour of this area, check SpiceJet for flights to Chennai from Mumbai, Kolkata, or Delhi and make further arrangements accordingly. Here is a short introduction to the region.

All About Chennai

Chennai is the booming heart of the southern part of the country's technology, manufacturing and healthcare industries. In addition, it ranks high among the leading information technology centers and outsourcing of business processes. Next to Mumbai, the town is home to the second largest film industry. Telugu and Malayalam films are also made in Chennai, in addition to Tamil. Tamil movie stars have also been an integral part of the administration of the state and are respected.

Chennai provides a lot in terms of rituals and art styles, from Bharatnatyam to fusion dance and Carnatic music. World-famous musicians such as Sivamani, an ace percussionist, and AR Rahman, who is also known as the 'Mozart of Madras' winner of the Academy Award, hail from this city. As thousands of concerts are held across the city during the Tamil month of Margazhi, the town is the Mecca for Carnatic music fans. During the season, dance recitals are also a prime feature.

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The population of Christians is also large, although it is known for its ancient Hindu temples, which can be found in almost every corner of the town. Chennai is renowned as the burial ground of St. Thomas, Jesus' apostle, who was martyred in the area. In the Santhome Basilica at Mylapore, some of his relics are still buried, although most of them were moved to Italy. Chennai acts as the gateway to various locations in South India, including Puducherry, Mahabalipuram, and Thanjavur.

The cuisine in Chennai is spicy, sweet, and yet fairly plain. The simple breakfast dishes include wada, dosa, idli and uttapam. The staple diet consumed with curd or sambar is rice. Puliyogare and Thayir Sadam, which should also be tried, are common food products. In Chennai, Filter Java is an extremely well-known drink, and there are numerous eating options in Chennai for a die-hard foodie.

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Adaline Fritz

Adaline Fritz - Adaline's upbeat, can-do attitude and nurturing disposition make her perfect for understanding each client's wants and needs and skillfully directing them toward their real estate objectives. Adaline has experience in all facets of the real estate process, having started in the administrative sector and progressed to operations before achieving success in real estate sales. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from San Diego State University and Western Oregon University, and returned to the Portland area in 2011 to pursue a career in real estate. She also loves traveling, working out, and spending time on the water during Portland's beautiful summers.

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