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Chennai is the capital city of the Indian state, Tamilnadu and one of the four major metropolitan cities of India. Located on the east coast of India, the city has rich cultural heritage, temple architecture
and historic importance. The city is popular for its extreme treasure of tourist attractions.
Representing the Dravidian Civilization, the interesting city of Chennai upholds the music, drama, dance, architecture, arts and crafts and sculpture etc of India. Chennai was mainly the result of the historical accident and the strategic necessity. Symbolizing the rise of the British during the 17th century, in the South of India through the creation and consolidation of the famous East India Company, Chennai was established by the British. The city then acted as the naval base and trading centre for the British. By the end of the 20th century the city had already developed as a major administrative centre.The Chennai economy has a huge industrial base in technology, cars

Eating Out  

Since time immemorial Chennai has been known as the land of idli, vada, sambar and brewed-to-perfection filter Coffe,An actual South Indian person starts the day with a cup of hot filtered coffee,In breakfast, people prefer to have idli (steamed rice cakes) or dosa along with coconut chutney or tomato chutney. Both these are made from a fine paste of rice and lentils. They also like to have upma (made of rava), idiyappam or vada. In lunch, there is a variety of food including steamed rice served with sambar, rasam, kootu, buttermilk, chutney and curry. The non-vegetarian meal includes curry or dish prepared by chicken, mutton or fish. However, the lunch is incomplete without pickle, salad and papad or appalam. In the evening snacks, they love to have chilly or onion pakoda, vada, murukku along with filtered coffee. In most of the food items, fresh or dried curry leaves are added for a special taste and aroma. It's used widely across all of South India.The famous sweet dishes of<


Chennai, being one of the metropolitan cities of India and important commercial destinations in South India,From traditional shops selling items like pattamara mats, leaf handicrafts from Tirunellveli, bronze and brass castings and traditional jewellery from Kumbakonam, metal works from Tanjavur and stone carvings from Mamallapuram and silks from Kanchipuram to sophisticated malls, Chennai doesn't disappoint its visitors when it comes to shopping.
Pondy Bazaar:-The bazaar has many things to offer like elegant footwear, leather bags, crockery, toys, costume, jewellery, cotton garments, stationary, music accessories etc. It is one of the liveliest places in Chennai and an ideal place to end the holidays with shopping.
Anna Salai (Mount Road):- From jewellery to south Indian delicacies, this road has what you want.
T- Nagar:-he buyers can shop for garments, jewellery, electronic products, and toys, which are largely available here.
Anna Nagar:-Located in

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