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a realistic painting...
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Jigarthanda is a very popular drink in Madurai...Jigar means 'Heart', Thanda means 'Cold' so the special drink is considered soothing to heart
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the city that never sleeps...
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The famous Madurai city, in the South, possesses its unique and exclusive food like Paruthi paal, jigarthanda, panangkarkandu paal. Paruthi pal is yet another drink made of cotton seeds, flour of raw rice, coconut and jaggery. This drink is available only in a very few cities in the State, and Madurai is one among them. As for the health aspect, it is good for those who suffer with problems like cold and cough. This drink also helps reducing heart diseases, and can be taken by diabetes patients too. Available at a low cost this drink can be enjoyed by all.
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With its heady fragrance, exclusive size and shape, the ‘Madurai Malli’s uniqueness has a distinct reputation universally.
“This is the first GI tag given to a flower in Tamil Nadu. The tag will give us legal production and prevent unauthorised use of the name by others"
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Thirumalai Naick, the builder of this magnificent palace ruled as the seventh ruler of the Madurai Naick dynasty. He ruled Madurai from 1623 to 1659 A.D. He was the master builder of this age and he made magnificent contributions in the realms of art and architecture.
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Jallikattu, which is bull-baiting or bull fighting, is an ancient Tamilian tradition called Eruthazhuvuthal, popular amongst warriors during the Tamil classical period.
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According to legend, the sacred Suyambulingam discovered by the king of Gods indira at Kadambavanam, was later enshrined by him in Madurai. The fact that the Lord is seen on the vehicle of Indira in this temple is said to be proof for this.
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