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Swami Sannathi Street
Swami Sannathi Street
Madurai Main
Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625001
100 Feet Rd
K.K. Nagar
Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625020
Flower Market,Amman Sannathi
Madurai Main
Madurai, Tamil Nadu 625001

Madurai- The Beautiful Temple City!

Madurai is the temple city of India. Tamil Nadu is made proud by this beautiful city of Madurai. The beautiful picturesque scenes in Madurai are attributed to its location along River Vaigai. The numerous historical monuments in this city make it a really popular one. This city might be known by different names, but the beauty and heritage it has to offer are truly reflective of the history is carries with itself.

There are different festivals and occasions celebrated here. Each of these has a characteristic story attached to it. The traditions and rituals will interest anyone who loves Indian culture.


The first of the many festivals celebrated here and albeit one of the most popular is Pongal. This is usually celebrated in the month of January. This is a festival used for celebrating the harvest of the season. The festival is dedicated to Sun, Nature and also the cattle that helped them reap the harvest.


This is another widely celebrated festival in this part of the world. The Tamil month of Chithirai is the time for this occasion. Solemnity, tranquility and serenity are what best describe this festival. People dedicate this occasion to Lord Vishnu.


This is the coronation ceremony of Goddess Meenakshi. The Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple is host to this beautiful ceremony that is described by chanting hymns and offering flowers.

The people of Madurai love to enjoy every single occasion. The love for one another in the society is ample clear in the relationships people have with one another. Exchanging flowers is a common feature here. We can help you with delivering flowers to your loved ones all across the city.


The festival of nine nights in Madurai brings all the people together. Nine varieties of rice and flowers are offered to Goddess Meenakshi.