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Culture in Sriperumbudur

Sriperumbudur, a beautiful urban region near Chennai is filled with many cultural artifacts. The place is well known for its historical significance and values. Though the place enjoys rapid business oriented  development, it is serene and exceptionally traditional. From temples to historic monuments to cultural  exhibits to ultra modern trade fairs, Sriperumbudur has everything you could think off. Paying a visit to Sriperumbudur for its cultural feast, would be a once in a lifetime experience.

Temples in Sriperumbudur

Temples in Sriperumbudur

Sriperumbudur was once known as Thiruperumbudur, which was also named as Bhoodapuri. The place several old temples. This includes the Sri Adikesava Perumal Temple. This is an old temple, with a history that dates back by 500 years. Similarly, you will spot a pillared hall right next to the Sri Adikesava Perumal Temple. This is a special hall built to remember the birth place of Sri Ramanuja. Many consider this hall as "The Ramanujar Temple. Religious places like the Mahalaxmi Temple in Kolhapur will ooze your soul. Another important temple in the city is Vallakotai Murugan Temple. This temple has South India's tallest Murugan Statue. Hindu devotees, who have dedicated themselves to Lord Murugan will find this temple amazing and breathtaking. Additionally, Sriperumbudur is a part of the Kanchipuram district. Officially, Kanchipuram is known as "The City of Thousand Temples". The place is filled with serene and breathtaking temples. These temples were built by famous dynasties like the Vijaynagar and Cholas.

Temples in Sriperumbudur

Festivals in Sriperumbudur

Hindu devotees consider Sriperumbudur as a Holy ground. When compared against places like Vidarbha, Ayodhya, Milthilapur and Mathura, Sriperumbudurno less a holy place. Just like many other traditional cities, Sriperumbudur celebrates several important festivals. In the month of January, locals tend to celebrate Pongal. The special festival marks the harvest produced by farmers. Other festivals in Sriperumbudur include the Chithirai Thiruvila, Arubathimoovar Peruvilla and Dance Festival. Apart from these festivals, the place is famous for its Velankanni festival, Kanthuri festival, Natyanjali dance feast, Kavadi Thiruvila, Thayagaraja Festival, Karthigai Deepam and Mahamagam Festival. Similarly, during Navrati, locals in Sriperumbudur celebrate the Saral Vizah.

Trade Fairs in Sriperumbudur

Being a city for big factories and companies, Sriperumbudur is known for its frequent fairs. Every year, many fairs are organised in the city. From automobile parts to new inventions in the field of hardware or electronic goods, you will come across several such interesting products on display. These fairs are famous amongst local and international clients. If you are a new businessman, you will find the Trade Fairs in Sriperumbudur very useful. The lucrative events will let you meet and share knowledge between many experienced professionals. Similarly, you will come across many food festivals in exquisite Sriperumbudur hotels. These food festivals would delight your taste buds with many unique and rare recipes from different parts of the world.

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