Hotel Saratha Rajans
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... is most luxurious with our own plunge pool attached to our huge room. Could have held a party for at 50 people in it! At 4.30pm we headed out to visit a derelict palace much in need of some tender loving care but still very majestic in its structure. Then onto the Sri Meenakshi Temple, Madurai's most celebrated attraction and possible the greatest of all South Indian temples. The temple consists of 12 large temple towers, each of which is covered with brightly painted ...
... Porthamarai Kulam ("Pond with the golden lotus"), in the Tamil Legends the pond is supposed to judge the worth of a new piece of literature. Authors place their works here and the poorly written works are supposed to sink and the scholastic ones are supposed to float. I didn't see anyone throwing books or work in, but I like the history behind it. After a full day of sightseeing we had a coach to catch to Pondicherry, another overnight bus. Much Love Han ...
... bypass en route is Tiruchirappalli. One can always stop in on the way for refreshments consisting of local Tamil delicacies such as idli, sambar, dosa, curd rice, tomato rice, filter coffee; as well as refueling the bus. The journey can be quite a long one for the elderly and children as it stretches to anywhere between 7-8 hours by bus
Finally, as the semi-arid regions ...
... and elephant. Image the size of Shiva. There is more detail in the caption of the Hijra, transgender man.
Madurai is the home of Meenaski temple, perhaps the largest in India. It has 14 gopurmas, 50M high and holding more than 33,000 statues. There are some pics of the gopurams and a few details. There is also a huge pillared hall with the most incredable pillars and carvings but I was not allowed to use a camera because they were afraid the ...
... 5 minutes. To put things in perspective it takes up to an hour for surgeons in the States or the UK to achieve the same – partly because all the regulations mean they need to prep and clean the OR before and after each patient, but mostly because they just aren’t as good! We watched the surgeries in 3D live in the OR, glancing around at the surgeon and sisters at work just a few feet away performing what seemed like a well-rehearsed dance. ...