Coimbatore is the second largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu and is a major Industrial, IT and medical hub in the state. Nicknamed as the "Pump city", the city alone is 50% contributor of all the motors and pumps required throughout the country. Owing to the cool breeze from the Palghat gap, the city enjoys pleasant climate throughout the year. The city is the second largest producer of software in Tamil Nadu. The cuisine chiefly has rice as base and most restaurants offer food over a banana leaves.
There are lots of interesting places in Coimbatore
which fascinates the people and tourist like:
• Dhyanalinga Temple
Dhyanalinga temple was built by Yogi Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev and is dedicated to meditation. The temple is believed to be created of unique and powerful energy form and pin-drop silence is maintained inside the temple. 'Dhyana' stands for meditation and 'Linga' means form.
Arulmigusubramaniaswami Thirukovil Marudamalai temple is said to be as seventh house of Lord Murugan. The temple is very famous in South-India and receives a plethora of pilgrims every year. The temple, just like most temples dedicated to Lord Murugan is situated at the top of a hill. Hence, the name.
• Kovai Kondattam
A fun-filled destination ideal for spending hours of unending entertainment with friends and family, Kodai Kondattam is an eco-friendly theme park. The park was built by Tamil actor Vijay and caters to a large base of visitors with its numerous water-based and dry rides. The sheer number of rides at Kovai Kondattam is mind-boggling and will have you spoilt for choice. Most famous residents here include Aqua dance, Wave pool, Dashing Cars, Rock Climbing, Hara-kiri & video parlour. Other attractions here include Family Pool, Kids' Pool, Water Slides, Water Falls, Dashing Car, Family Train, Giant Wheel, Chair-O-Plane, Aqua Dance Pirate Ship, Merry-go-round. The park also holds facilities to celebrate birthdays, wedding and anniversary and an amphitheatre to hold live performances.
• Vydehi Falls
The Vydehi waterfalls are situated some 35 km away from the Coimbatore city. People who pay a visit to Coimbatore must make it a point to visit the Vydehi waterfalls, as it is one of the most familiar waterfalls and is highly known for its magnificence.
• Perur Siva Temple
The Perur Siva Temple is has been dedicated entirely to Lord Siva and the deity in the shrine is called as Patteeswaras and His Consort, Pachai Nayaki. The buildings in the outer edge were constructed by the sawyers of Madurai during the 17th century. The inner place of worship dates back to being centuries old and the temple has eye-catching figures of the Indian soldiers in the avenue. The temple is also called as Mel Chidambaram.
• Ayyappan Temple
The Ayyappa Temple has been built following the traditional styles of architecture and is a pure delight for architecture lovers, history buffs as well as religious devotees. The temple attracts a huge number of devotees from all across the country all year round. These pious devotees visit the temple to seek the blessing of Lord Ayyappa, as well as use the temple as a mid-station for rest before they set out on their Sabarimala Pilgrimage. Festivals like Makaravilakku Day, Nagarajas Pooja, Ashtadhravya Ganapathy Homam and Navratri are also celebrated each year at the temple with great zeal and enthusiasm, making the temple truly a devotee's delight and one of the must-visit places while on your next trip to Coimbatore.
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