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Theory:

Religious Tourism

Tamil Nadu is a state popularly known as the land of Temples because of its copious rich ancient temples. It has been the greatest source of spiritual rejuvenation for travelers from many parts of the world. The state is home to over 33,000 ancient temples that mainly belongs to the Dravidian style of architecture. Some of the world-renowned religious destinations are as follows:

Thanjavur Big Temple
MaduraiMeenakshi temple
RameswaramRamanathaswami temple
Temples of Kanchipuram
Ekambareshwarar temple
Kailasanathar temple
Varadharaja perumal temple
Kamakshi temple
Velankanni Madha church
NagoreDargah
 
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Kailasanathar temple
 
Hill Stations in Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu, situated in the Southern end of the Western and Eastern Ghats, is the home for several hill stations. Popular among them are Udagamandalam (Ooty), Kodaikanal, Yercaud, Coonoor, Valparai, Yelagiri, Sirumalai, Kalrayan Hills and Palani Hills, Shevroy hills and Cardamom Hills. They are also abodes of thick forest and wildlife.
 
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Ooty
 
Ooty Queen of Hills
Yercaud Lake forest (Poor Man's Ooty)
Yelagiri 14 hairpin bends
Kodaikanal Princess of Hill Stations
Kotagiri Green Hills
Velliangiri HillsKailash of the South
Kolli Hills motor able terrain with 70 hairpin bends
Anaimalai Hills Top slip
Meghamalai High wavy mountains
Javadi Nature’s Heaven