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The small state of Tamil Nadu , has a hoary antiquity. Though early sangam classics throw historical references, we pass to recorded history only from the Pallavas.

 

The southern states of India were under the hegemony of the Cholas, the Cheras and the Pandyas for centuries. The Pallavas held supremacy from about the second quarter of the fourth century A.D. They were the originators of the famous Dravidian style of temple architecture. The last Pallava ruler was Aparajita, in whose reign the later Cholas under Vijayalaya and Aditya asserted themselves by about the 10th century. At the end of the 11th century, Tamil Nadu was ruled by several dynasties like the Chalukyas, Cholas and Pandyas. In the two centuries that followed, the imperial Cholas gained paramountcy over South India.

 

Pongal is the harvest festival celebrated by the farmers in January to worship the sun, the earth and the cattle as thanks giving for a bounteous harvest. Pongal festival is followed by the Jallikattu-Bull fight, in some parts of southern Tamil Nadu. Alanganallur in Tamil Nadu is internationally famous for Jallikattu - Bull fight. Chithirai festival, Madurai brings a spectacular re-enactment of the marriage of the Pandiyan princess Meenakshi to Lord Sundareswarar. Adipperukku is a festival celebrated on the 18th day of Tamil month, Adi, on the banks of rivers. It marks the commencement of new farming operations. Dance Festival, Mamallapuram, which is set before an open air stage, created 13 centuries ago the incredible monolithic rock sculptures of the Pallavas, next to the sea in this ancient city of Mamallapuram. Bharatha Natyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali, and Odissi are some dance forms presented by the very best exponents of the art besides folk dances. At the Natyanjali Dance Festival, the temple city of Chidambaram pays special tribute to Lord Nataraja the 'Cosmic Dancer'.

 
With the Arabian Sea on the west and a vast network of lakes, lagoons and fresh water rivers crisscrossing it, Alappuzha is a district of immense natural beauty. Referred to as the Venice of the East by travelers across the globe, this backwater region is also home to diverse animal and bird life. Today Alleppey has grown in importance as a backwater tourist centre, attracting thousands of tourist each year from India and abroad as well. Alleppey is also internationally well- known for its Nehru Trophy boat race, Luxury Houseboats, Beaches and many more exciting attractions. The network of navigable backwaters of Alleppey, The Venice of The East, stretches to over 900km. These tranquil waterways are fringed by palm grove and paddy fields and provide a prominent display of the country life. A remarkable example of the native agricultural engineering know-how, here cultivation and habitation are made possible at four to ten feet below the sea level. The best way so far to explore the beauty and grandeur of Alleppey backwaters, The Venice of the East is the houseboat cruise along the canals
 
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