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Srirangam is famous for Sri Renganathar temple which is one of the 108 vaishnava temples and is called Earthy Heaven (Boologa vaikundam). Srirangam boasts an historic past steeped in tradition that is not obsolete with respect to its root of culture and all the investigations including carbon dating tests made in this divine realm, have proved this, that the most ancient, genuine and recognizable traces have been left by the aboriginal Indians. This is a region, formerly the hinterland of the Coromandel Coast that was famous for its commercial dealing with China and Europe.
The railway station of Srirangam is one of the revenue generating centres for the railway department of the Indian government. Some direct trains and many connection trains are operated from here to other parts of India every day.International Airport is also availablein the Trichy city it takes around 45 minutes to reach the airport by car and by city bus around 1.15 hours.
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Courtallam – Waterfalls

An interesting holiday spot in South India, Courtallam is famous for its Courtallam Falls in the Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu in Tirunelveli District. Though the falls are located in Tamil Nadu, it also shares the boundary of Kollam district of Kerala State. Also known as Kuttralam Falls, it has gained an extreme popularity, since the water here is believed to have great curative properties for a number of skin problems and even nerve disorders, as they run through a forest of herbs.  The town is famous for its pleasant climate and abundant natural beauty. There are nine places at Courtallam where the River Chittar cascades over 92 m., at varying volumes. The falls are at its best during the rainy season (July to late August) and one can see heavy flow in all the places during this time. There is a parking fee of 10/- Rs at every waterfall. 
The nine waterfalls at Courtallam are - Main Falls (Peraruvi), Small Falls (Chittaruvi), Chembakadevi (Shenbaga) Falls, Honey Falls (Thenaruvi), Five Falls (Aintharuvi), Tiger Falls (Puliaruvi), Old Courtallam Falls (Pazhaya Courtallam), New Falls (Puthu Aruvi), Fruit Garden Falls or Orchard Falls (Pazhathotta Arvui). Besides the water falls, the town is famous for its two temples, Thirukuttralanathar dedicated to Lord Shiva and the another one dedicated to Lord Muruga. 

Peraruvi ( Main Falls )

Pazhaya Courtallam Falls ( Old Courtallam Falls )

Aintharuvi ( Five Falls )

Pazhathotta Aruvi (Orchard Falls)

Shenbagadevi Falls

Thenaruvi Falls ( Honey Falls )

Puli Aruvi ( Tiger Falls )
Chitraruvi ( Small Falls )
Puthu Aruvi ( New Falls )


It is refreshing to take a bath in the waters of the falls and there are facilities for oil massages near the falls as well as in and around the town. Courtallam is essentially a place for rest and relaxation. But during season, the place could get crowded and less cleanly.  




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