Madurai Car Rental

We are the transport provider, we do have own fleets of vehicles starting from Tata Indigo, Swift Desire,
Toyota Etios, Toyota Innova and 12 Seater Tempo Traveller

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Madurai is an energetic, ancient city on the vaigai River in the South Indian State of Tamil Nadu. Its Skyline is dominated by the 14 colourful Gopurams(Gateway towers in East, West, North, South sides) of Meenakshi Amman Temple. Covered in bright carvings of Hindu Gods, the Dravidian-style temple is a major pilgrimage site. Millions attend the processions and ceremonies April's Chithirai Festival celebrating Meenakshi and Lord Vishnu.
We are the transport provider, we do have own fleets of vehicle starting from Tata Indigo, Swift Desire, Toyota Etios, Toyota Innova and 12 Seater Tempo Traveller.
We can offer competitive price for all vehicles. According to the competition in the market, we have not mentioned that the car rent price in the website, so please call us or mail us for your best car rental.
We are the transport provider, we do have own fleets of vehicles starting from Tata Indigo, Swift Desire, Toyota Etios, Toyota Innova and 12 Seater Tempo Traveller

Call : +91 9944597821

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If you are keen to visit a place that has a glorious past and a busy present with great temples that flaunt the architectural brilliance of the artisans, you need to be in Madurai. The 2500 plus years old city, which has a rich heritage, is located on the banks of Vaigai river. Famously called ‘The city that never sleeps’, Madurai is always busy regardless of the time of the day. Anytime you venture out, you are sure to find the city busy and even if you are hungry in the middle of the night, you will find ‘idlis’, the famous south Indian dish served here. Incidentally, Madurai is famous for idlis too. If you are planning to visit Madurai, ensure that you include the following six famous places to visit in Madurai.

Meenakshi Amman Temple

is one of the most famous temples in South India. The huge temple that extends beyond 6 hectares of land is dedicated to god Shiva and it is named after goddess Parvati. The temple was constructed by Kulasekara Pandya. The temple has been mentioned in the songs sung by ancient saint as early as the 7th century. Invasion of Malik Kapur in 1310 resulted in the ancient temple being destroyed. When Hindu kings returned to power, the temple was restored and the present form is a contribution by Nayaks who ruled Madurai between 16th and 18th centuries. The thousand pillar hall is one of the amazing works in the temple that is famous for architectural brilliance. It is the temple’s museum and the statues here are exquisite.

Thirupparankundram Murugan Temple

Thirupparankundram gains importance as it is one of the six places chosen by god Murugan as his abode. It is said that this was where Lord Murugan married Devasena. It is also considered as the place where sun and moon abide. This cave temple is dedicated to the element of earth among the five elements and various Tamil classical texts mention this hill as ‘Southern Himalaya’. It might interest you to learn that the hill not only houses Murugan temple but also an Islamic Shrine, which is dedicated to Sekunder. The architecture is amazing.

Gandhi Museum

Gandhiji and Madurai share a bond. It was after his visit to Madurai that Gandhi changed his dress code, which he followed until he met his end. Gandhi Museum was constructed in memory of Gandhiji after his assassination. The building, which houses the museum, was constructed around 1670 AD by Nayak Queen Rani. The construction was completed and inaugurated in 1959. The museum houses a Picture Gallery, which presents Gandhiji’s visual biography. The history of Freedom struggle is depicted with 265 illustrations in the Special Exhibition section. The ‘Hall of Relics’ preserves some original and replicas of Gandhi’s personal belongings. Cultural programmes are conducted in the open air theatre here, which can accommodate 8000 people. The library in Gandhi Museum has a vast collection detailing India’s cultural background and books by Gandhiji.

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  • 2/640-3, G. R. Nagar, First Street, Moondrumavadi & Mahalakshmi Nagar Main Road, K-Pudur(Post), Madurai 625 007.
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