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  Tamilnadu,Tamil Nadu,Tamil Nadu India,Tamilnadu Travel,Tamil Nadu Travel,Tamilnadu Tourism,Tamilnadu India
Tamil Nadu is bounded by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in the north and Kerala in the west.
Tamil Nadu is principally washed by the Cauvery, originating in Coorg in neighbouring Karnataka.
Tamil Nadu was ruled by three major dynasties-the Cholas in the east, the Pandyas in the central area and Cheras in the west.
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 Tamil Nadu
Tamil is the official language of Tamil Nadu (as well as one of the official languages of India).
Tamil Nadu has a very ancient history that dates back to some 6000 years and the origin of its people is closely tied to the debates of the Aryan invasion theory.
The Dravida Nadu of which modern Tamil Nadu formed a part was constituted by various kingdoms such as that of the Pallava, the Chera, the Chola, the Pandya, the Chalukya and the Vijayanagara.
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  Tamil language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tamil is most closely related to Malayalam, spoken in the Indian state of Kerala which borders Tamil Nadu, which linguists estimate separated from Tamil between the 8th and 10th centuries.
Tamil is the first language of the majority in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and in northern and northeastern Sri Lanka.
Tamil is the official language of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, and is one of 22 nationally recognised languages under the Indian Constitution.
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 Tamil Nadu:: Travel to Tamil Nadu:: Tamil Nadu Journey :: Tamil Nadu Travel Guide
Tamil Nadu's recorded history dates back about 6000 years and the origin of its people is closely tied to the debates of the Aryan invasion theory.
Tamil Nadu was constituted by various kingdoms such as that of the Pallava, Chera, the Chola Empire and the Pandya.
Tamil Nadu is rich in flora and fauna and some of its major wildlife sanctuaries like Mudumalai, Anaimalai(Indira Gandhi W.S), Madras Crocodile Bank trust, Guindy national park, etc, are situated in the hills of the Western ghats providing home to elephants, tigers, bisons and a variety of monkeys and deers.
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 Tamilnadu Tourism,Tamilnadu Travel Tour,Tamilnadu India Tourism,Tamil Nadu Tourism Guide
Tamil Nadu, the land of the Tamils, is one of the most beautiful and captivating states of India.
Tamil Nadu, the land of great architecture, is home to several marvellous forts and monuments, which attracts large number of tourists from all over the world.
Tamil Nadu’s coast is named as the Coromandel coast in the northern half and the Pearl Fisheries coast in the southern part.
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 Tamil Nadu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Tamil Nadu's population stood at 62,110,839 as of 00.00 hours of March 1, 2001.
Tamil is the official language of Tamil Nadu and it achieved the classical language status in India(as well as one of the official languages of India).
Tamil Nadu is known for its rich tradition of literature, music and dance which continue to flourish today.
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 Tamil Nadu travel guide - Wikitravel
Tamil Nadu[1] - the land of Tamils is a state in Southern India known for its temples and architecture, food, movies and classical Indian dance and Carnatic music.
Tamils are fiercely proud of the Tamil language, which is one of the few still living classical languages, with two millenia of written tradition.
Tamil Nadu provides the visitor with a wide variety of delicious food both for the vegetarians as well as the non-vegetarians, though most food in Tamil Nadu consists of grains, lentils, rice and vegetables.
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 Tamil Nadu
Tamil is one of the 15 major languages of India and the state language of Tamil Nadu.
Tamil, a Dravidian language of south India is comparable to Sanskrit in its antiquity and textual traditions.
Tamil literature is amongst the oldest in India.
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Tamil Nadu, the cradle of south Indian temple architecture, is a living museum of styles that originated in the 7th century and matured in the huge temple complexes studded with towering gateways-"Gopurams"-that soar above the markets of almost every town.
Tamil Nadu was ruled by three major dynasties-the Cholas in the east, the Pandyas in the central area and Cheras in the west.
Although Tamil Nadu is one of the most urbanized states of India, it is still a rural land; agriculture is the mainstay of life for about three-quarters of the rural population.
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 Tamil Nadu - Gurupedia
Tamil Nadu ("Land of the Tamils") is a state at the southern tip of India.
Tamil Nadu was created from the old Madras State in the 1950s, when India re-drew some state lines according to language.
Tamil is the official language of Tamil Nadu (as well as one of the official languages of India).
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 Tamil Nadu - india   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tamil Nadu, the cradle of south Indian temple architecture, is a living museum of styles that originated in the seventh century and matured in the huge temple complexes studded with towering gateways-Gopuram-that soar on the skyline of almost every town in the state.
Tamil Nadu prides from the fact that the first engineering institution to come into being in the country was the Survey School established in 1794 at Chennai by the East India Company.
Tamil is the medium of instruction and study in the rural schools of Tamil Nadu.
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 Tamil Nadu Politics
Tamil Nadu had a bicameral legislature until 1986, when it was replaced with a unicameral legislature, like most other states in India.
Tamil Nadu's population stood at 62,110,839 as of 00.00 hours of March 1, 2001.
During the decade 1991-2001, Tamil Nadu reported the second lowest decadal growth in population after Kerala, among the group of States with population exceeding 20 million in 2001.
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 CHARLES BRAY's Tamil Nadu Stat Journal
The ruling by a court in Tamil Nadu came in response to an appeal against her conviction in two cases, one of which earned her a jail sentence.
Tamil Nadu is the home of Dravidian art and culture, characterized best by the amazingly ornate temples with their soaring towers known as Gopurams.
The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M Karunanidhi, of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhakam (DMK) criticized the rival All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhakam (AIADMK) for forming an alliance with the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party.
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 Tamil Nadu
Tamil nationalism, which has at times appropriated the claim that Dravidians are the earliest inhabitants of India in order to argue that other populations were oppressive interlopers from which Dravidians should liberate themselves.
Tamil Chola kings conquered lands as far North as the Himalayas, and as far East as Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Tamil Nadu agriculture is heavily dependent on the river water and Monsoon rains.
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Tamil Nadu is the home of Dravidian art and culture, characterised best by the amazingly ornate temples with their soaring towers known as gopurams.
Tamil Nadu celebrates all their festivals in colourful splendour.Tamil Nadu offers the traveller excellent value, particularly in accommodation.
Geographically, Tamil nadu is situated on the eastern side of the Indian Peninsula between the northern latitude of 8.5" and 13.35" and the eastern longitude of 76.15" and 80.20".
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 OHCHR: Tamil () - Universal Declaration of Human Rights   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tamil is one of the major languages of southern India.
It is spoken principally in the state of Tamil Nadu (formerly Madras), located on the eastern coast and extending down to the southernmost tip of the Indian subcontinent.
Tamil is the oldest and most richly developed of the Dravidian languages.
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 Tamil Nadu Home Page
Tamil Nadu or "the land of Tamil" is the southern-most state of India.
Tamil Nadu is a beautiful state nestled in the southern Indian peninsula, on the shores of the Bay of Bengal and the deep blue Indian Ocean.
The grandeur of the Hindu temple architecture in Tamil Nadu should be seen to be believed.
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 Destination Tamil Nadu: Cultural heritage - Bharatanatyam, Carnatic music, literature, folk dances, Thirukkural, ...
The contribution of Tamil Nadu to literature, music and arts of Indian heritage is exemplary.
Bharatha Natyam: It is one of the oldest dance forms of India that originated in Tamil Nadu.
Cuisine: The Tamil cuisine is perhaps the oldest representative of the continuous vegetarian cultures of the world.
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India Tamil Nadu, the land of the Tamils is the southern-most India state.
Lying on a low plain along the Indian southeastern coast of the Indian peninsula, Tamil Nadu is bounded by the India Eastern Ghats in the north and Nilgiri, Annamalai Hills, and Palakkad on the west.
The fertile plains of India Tamil Nadu are fed by rivers such as Kaveri, Palar, and Vaigai, and by the northeast monsoon.
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 Tamil Nadu. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Tamil Nadu is governed by a chief minister and cabinet responsible to a bicameral legislature with one elected house and by a governor appointed by the president of India.
Tamil Nadu was the seat of the Chola empire (10th–13th cent.).
In 1969 the name of the state was changed from Madras to Tamil Nadu.
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 My State and My Language   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tamil Nadu is one of the southern-most states of India.
It is the language spoken by tamilians, the inhabitants of Tamil Nadu.
Tamil is one of the four oldest languages in the world - Latin, Greek, Tamil and Sanscrit.
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 Tamil Nadu - India travel & tourism information
Tamil Nadu, state in southern India, bordered on the north by Andhra Pradesh state, on the northwest by Karnataka state, on the west by Kerala state, and on the east and south by the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean.
The state of Tamil Nadu is divided into 26 Administrative Districts which in turn are further bifurcated into smaller divisions and subdivisions including a total of 17,272 villages.
Tamil Nadu has a literacy rate of 62.66 per cent with the male literacy rate being 63.78 per cent and the female literacy rate being 44.60 per cent.
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 India Travelogue Destinations Tamil Nadu India: Tamil Nadu India Travel Guide, trip planning Tamil Nadu   (Site not responding. Last check: )
amil Nadu is bounded by Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in the north and Kerala in the west.
Tamil Nadu has a tropical climate without much difference in temperatures in summer and winter.
Tamil literature is the major source of knowledge about the administration, art, architecture, economic conditions and daily life of the people of those times.
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 Tamil Nadu Festivals, Famous Tamil Nadu Fairs and Festivals, Tamil Nadu Cultural and Religious Festivals : India Line ...
Tamil Nadu is blessed with a rich culture and a traditional past.
Tamil Nadu is also blessed with innumerable number of temples, almost all of these religious structures have their own special festivals and fairs to celebrate.
Tamil Nadu is well connected by road anti rail.
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