Hotel Mathura

Address: #1, Rockins Road, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, 620 001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on #1, Rockins Road, Tiruchirappalli, is near Brihadisvara Temple, Rock Fort Temple, Airavateswara Temple, and Thiruvanaikovil Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Tiruchirappalli

    Double the Temples, Double the Fun!

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jan 22, 2015

    1 comment, 78 photos

    ... past the cow pies to the inner sanctum. Soft chanting followed us throughout this sacred place. A steady stream of pilgrims arrived during opening times. We were spellbound by the craftsmanship of the stone carvings on the pillars and walls. They remind us of the beautiful stone work we've seen in Hampi temples.

    At 11 am, we rolled out of town amidst the usual chaotic traffic. Horns ...

    Epic Temple and Not-so-epic Temple

    A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Mar 24, 2014

    14 photos

    ... but after a wacky misunderstanding the spider crawled into the elephant's trunk and then straight up murdered him. The spider died as well. So a murder-suicide. The spider then reincarnated as a king and built this temple to be impervious to elephants. Which makes the temple elephant kept near the sanctum a hilarious snub to the memory of this king. Either it's meant to be the equivalent of spitting on the king's grave or it's an inadvertent slight or I don't understand what the ...

    Our first & last train trip, and final temples

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 25, 2014

    1 comment, 103 photos

    ... blokes mucking around on one of the boats made from cloth and stray pieces of polystyrene, and across to the mainland further to the south. A peculiar feature of the gap between the two bridges was a series of massive twin concrete beams, just below the water, and connected to neither bridge. They may have had something to do with scour control, as there was a strong north to south current running.

    Back on the mainland, we were entertained by a ...

    For something different, we see a few temples

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Feb 18, 2014

    113 photos

    ... to find a road west toward the three places we’re visiting today. As soon as we turn off, the road becomes narrower, and we pass small villages with low walled, thatch roofed huts, and hay stacks and sugar cane stacked beside the road, drying crops such as peanut bushes, peanuts, grain, and hay spread out on the road tarmac to dry, and ox carts loaded with sand. Up to now we’ve mainly seen tractors, but the villages around here definitely look ...


    A travel blog entry by jackiesee on Dec 08, 2013

    28 photos

    ... Different walls were built around the temple between the fifth and seventeenth centuries, but most was built in the fourteenth century. The place was bustling with activity in the inner layers, bells ringing, prayers being chanted, kids calling out. There were various courtyards with shrines, tiny butter lamps, lots of carved stonework, and people sitting eating their lunch or snoozing. Non-Hindus weren't allowed into the innermost shrine, but ...