The temples of Tamil Nadu serve as torch-bearers for much of the state’s unique culture and traditions and are as vibrant and richly varied as the state itself. This is because every dynasty that ruled over the land brought its own values and influences into its infrastructural endeavours. The great Chola king, Rajaraja II (1143 CE–1173 CE), built the Airavatesvara Temple in Darasuram, which is ranked only third after the two famed Chola temples of Thanjavur and Gangaikondacholapuram. Despite being smaller than the other two, the Airavatesvara temple contains artistic marvels that set it apart, exemplifying the Chola dynasty’s remarkable achievements in the fields of art, sculpture, and architecture. You could come here to write your own stories as you set out to interpret & uncover the innumerable stories etched in stone here from a bygone era of Chola power & prosperity.

Tamil Nadu is a place with several distinctive features of tourism where stories never end.

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