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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Central Hotel Madurai
Good price, fairly clean, but staff unhelpful and toilet is rank.
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... areas was where the Sri Nanthi, the animal carrier of Shiva, was depicted.
The 1,000 Pillars Hall had some ornate carvings, especially in its central area. There were statues of various gods throughout the pillars. A black dancing Vishnu was at the end of the hall. It is not hard to tell the female depictions. Let's just say they are amply endowed.
After the retrieval of shoes and camera/battery, we were hauled into a high end shop; no ...
... formalities of having his passport checked.
Madurai felt like it had a lot of energy and excitement. Unfortunately, both Hannah and Shaff didn’t as they had caught a cold and felt rough, so we ended up spending most of the first day at the hotel. We had to get out in the end as we were all going a bit stir crazy and so we went to the 17th century Thirumalai Nayak Mahal in the late afternoon. This beautiful palace is built ...
... people are 20 across going up the stairs, and people are trying to come down. You just have to move with the crowd, I am surrounded, but I never felt threatened in any way, it is just crowded. When I get to the bottom I try to find my lift, again I am inundated with services for a taxi. Luckily I find my driver quickly and off we head. Arriving at the Sunshine Hotel I ask if they have a bar, yes Madam. I enter a very dark bar ...
... now resembles the 'Great Model' and not the approved design.
The cathedral was built in a relative short time span: its first stone was laid on June 21, 1675 and the building was completed in 1711.
The dome reaches a height of 111 meters (366 ft) and weights about 66,000 ton. Eight arches support the dome. On top of the dome is a large ...
... the entire credit for making the temple as splendid as it is today goes to the Nayaks. The Nayaks ruled Madurai from the 16th to the 18th century and left a majestic imprint of their rule in the Meenakshi - Sundareswarar Temple. The temple complex is within a high-walled enclosure, at the core of which are the two sanctums for Meenakshi and Sundareshwara, surrounded by a number of smaller shrines and grand pillared halls. ...