Abinaya Lodge

Address: 198, Near Meenakshi Amman Temple, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 198, Near Meenakshi Amman Temple, Madurai.
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Travel Blogs from Madurai

Day 10 - Madurai, the last temple.

A travel blog entry by chbambr on Oct 19, 2015

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... a mobile phone. I would have loved to sit in on the meeting that came up with the logic behind that decision!

Security was high and we were body searched and had to go through a scanner. For the first time in India they took notice as it went off and I had to return my small torch (used to read menus in dark places) to the shoe storage place. When I have been through these before and pinged it I have looked around for security, who are absent, and just walked on.

Tamil Nadu

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Feb 26, 2015

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... had a hard time finding a suitable bride based on the astrology and zodiac. His brother is a French tutor. They are Christian. These traditions which I thought were religious are cultural and common across India.

Charles' house is tiny. Just a couple of rooms. I sit cross legged on a table that is also a bed. He has bought a bigger house but his mom won't move until August because that is ...

Lost Souls Forever

A travel blog entry by mynameisden on Feb 20, 2015

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We take the ferry over to the island temple later that morning and it is notable only for the further evidence of the temporary madness that grips Indians when boarding any form of public transport. It is hardwired into the Indian DNA that the minute a bus, train or ferry appears the previously placid and courteous crowd will instantly descend into a snarling, pushing, elbowing brawl. This can be observed amongst their Sri Lankan counterparts of course, but only ...

UNESCO Heritage - Again

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 26, 2015

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... able to take pictures with the cell phone , for a small fee, which we presume was a bribe to look the other way. Once in awhile, someone would walk up and ask us to pay a camera fee. We'd shrug and insist that we 'already paid'.

The temple has 14 gopurams (towers), two golden domes, shrines and inner sanctums to the deities, and an estimated 33000 sculptures. The temple gets 15,000 visitors per ...

A Massive Temple And A Little Chat About Gandhi

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Jan 10, 2015

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... theirs. And they used humiliation and bullying to keep it that way.

For a century they oppressed the Indian people, imposing taxes and forcing farmers to produce goods for free. They used torture and executions to control people and Indians could be jailed without trial. The goods that they had come here to purchase in the first place were bought not with money from Britian, but with money taken from the people ...

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