Being abode of a rich & vibrant past and modern development, Tiruchirapalli turns into a destination that everyone loves to visit. The city is commonly known as Trichy and located on the bank of River Kaveri. The city boasts of several temples and religious shrines that can be visited during Trichy travel. Tiruchirapalli has been ruled by several dynasties, including Cholas, Pallavas, Nayaks and Marathas and all of them have contributed to the vivacious & lively inheritance of the city. If you want to appreciate the beauty of the past, book Tiruchirapalli holiday packages and do the same.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
Located 10 km away from Trichy, Mariamman Temple is one of the most popular and most visited temples of the region. The temple is dedicated to Mariamman – an expression of the primitive energy 'Shakti' as the mother Goddess. The temple has strong religious faiths.
Rock Fort Temple:
Rock Fort Temple complex is comprised of three temples, including Manikka Vinayaka Temple, Uchhi Pillayar Koyil and Taayumaanava Koyil (Shivastalam). The temple is an important landmark of the city and comprised of a 100 pillared hall and a Vimana covered with gold.
Ranganathaswamy Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ranganatha. The temple is spread over an area of 156 acres, which makes it one of the largest temples of India. The temple is the first and foremost among the holy abodes of Lord Vishnu. It features shrines of several god and goddesses.
Many other attractions to be visited during Trichy tour are Vikramapuram, Thiruvallarai Vishnu Temples, Jambukeshwara Temple, Uraiyur Nachiyaar Temple, St. Joseph's Church, Uraiyur Vekkali Amman Temple, and many others.