Rathna Residency Hotel
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... market we went to an upmarket restaurant for pre-dinner drinks and then went up to the rooftop restaurant for dinner. Madurai is a holy place and the other guests in the restaurant were quite reserved. A couple of members of the group had one tipple too many and it did not go down well with the locals, the hotel owners or a police chief who was in the restaurant at the time! Fortunately, they were let off with a warning so all was ...
... three breasted women. Or vagina. Or penis. Anything Western culture considers naughty. We saw another temple elephant providing “blessings” by tapping Indians on the head. It raked in a lot of cash while we were watching. The inner temple has some intimidating statues and an ornate cow statue. We forked out some cash for the temple museum and enjoyed some context free artwork. I did spot a lot of bi-boobed statues, some penis and one vagina. NOT ...
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The temple itself was interesting enough - pretty architecture; towering North, South, West and East Gates; a large chamber called the Thousand Pillared Hall; and various ante-chambers too. Worth seeing, if you're in Madurai - but questionable whether it's worth visiting here at all, in our opinion. Still, once we were here, ...
... drivers then pedalled onward to the temple. This temple, first established on the site about 3,600 years ago, covers an area of approx 15 acres. The original structure was timber but from about the 7th century stone construction was favoured. There are now 12 towers, the tallest of which is more than 50metres high. The lower part is granite with the upper nine level towers being of sandstone, intricately carved and colourfully painted. ...