Hai Friends is sharing my family trip to Trichy from coimbatore,My dad, mom, Granny, brother and I started our Festival trip to Trichy from coimbatore, we planned to booked tickets in 3 tier AC Coach.Unfortunately we decided not to miss the river site seeing so ,we booked cab from Coimbatore.It was very exciting journey with my family members, it was early morning at 4 am and the climate was chill at ganthipuram,then we all went to the bakery ordered coffee and drank, then our cab reaches at 4:15am , We start our drive towards Trichy via Tirupur and Karur .
The “Noyyal” is a sacred river is located at Karur District. Its original name was Kanchinadi but changed later to the name of the place where it drains into the Kaveri River in 1750 A.D.The Noyyal village is situated at the banks of Noyyal and Kaveri (Ponni) Rivers where they both merge. An ancient temple to the goddess Sellandiyamman is also situated at Sangamam. This temple belongs to “Karadi” Kulam people
Trichy Woriur Kunkuma valli amman Temple Famous for Goat Festival,Trichy Most Famous one of the Temple Kulumai Amman Festival Celebration on Every Year Tamil Month Maasi Celebrate Big Event and Function Contacting ,Nearby the temple there is a Waterfalls ,It is very famous kulumayi Amman temple view. Thousanda of people participated in the Puthur Kullumay amman Temple Festival ,it is located nearby a Puthur village in Trichy.It was a Grand Temple Festival.There we had lot of Rituals with all our family members,and we also given our grownup goat to God.we brought that mutton to my uncle’s home at Trichy ,we prepare mutton gravy and mutton fry balls and had well,only in this temple we are allowed to take the meat to our home,rest of temple’s all over Tamilnadu ,if given Goat or Hen “Balli” at Temple ,we are allowed to cook the meat at the Temple and we have to had ,There itself.
The Next Day we planned to visit Tiruchirapalli Airport Situated at a distance of only 5 km from city centre, Tiruchirapalli Airport is often referred to as Trichy Airport. It is an international airport serving the city of Tiruchirapalli amd neighboring districts in the Tamil Nadu state. Several flights regularly operate to and fro the airport to the rest of the country.
Tiruchirapalli Airport is situated at an altitude of 88m above sea level and features a 2,480m long runway. Tiruchirapalli is a city of importance in Tamil Nadu and is connected to most parts of India via air. Some of the major airlines that operate at the Trichy Airport are Jet Airways, Air India,JetKonnect, Mihin Lanka and SriLankan Airlines.
Srirangam Temple.Srirangam is the foremost of the eight self-manifested shrines (Swayam Vyakta Kshetras) of Lord Vishnu. It is also considered the first, foremost and the most important of the 108 main Vishnu temples (Divyadesams). This temple is also known as Thiruvaranga Tirupati, Periyakoil, Bhoologa Vaikundam, Bhogamandabam. In the Vaishnava parlance the term “KOIL” signifies this temple only.
The temple is enormous in size. The temple complex is 156 acres in extent. It has seven prakaras or enclosures. These enclosures are formed by thick and huge rampart walls which run round the sanctum. There are 21 magnificent towers in all prakaras providing a unique sight to any visitor. This temple lies on an islet formed by the Twin Rivers Cauvery and Coleroon.
The Kallanai Dam was “was build during the second century AD by Karikalan, a king of southern India’s old Chola Dynasty” and “is also one of the oldest irrigation systems in the world that is still in use” Agoramoorthy and Hsu,
“The purpose of the dam was to divert the waters of the Kaveri across the fertile Thanjavur delta region for irrigation via canals. Since the English arrived in the eighteenth century, the Kallanai has been tampered with and other hydraulic structures have been added nearby. It is therefore difficult to extrapolate from the current situation into the past to understand the workings of the anicut”,shows the current state of the dam. The Kallanai was built to divert floods from the Kaveri branch of the river into the Kollidam branch “via a short connecting stream” “when the water level in the river rose above its crest” .The Kollidam “was the wider (also the steeper, straighter, and hence faster) of the two river branches, and…the flood carrier. It was barely used for irrigation. Almost all of the 600,000 acres irrigated by the river in 1800 were delta lands south of the Kaveri branch. So the Kaveri branch was the lifeline for delta farmers, while the Kollidam was of little consequence for them” .Once the floods were diverted to the Kollidam, they “flowed directly to the sea, causingminimal damage to agriculture”, the relation between the Kollidam and “Cauvery”.
The Next Day we planned to visit The Tiruchirapalli Rock Fort is a historic fort and temple complex built on an ancient rock. It is located in the city of Tiruchirapalli, which is in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is constructed on a 273-foot high rock.There are two Hindu temples inside the Rockfort, The Uchchi Pillaiyar Koil and The Siva Temple. Geologically the 83 m high rock may date to over one billion years ago. Other local tourist attractions i
nclude the famous Pallava-era Ganesa temple and the Nayaka-era fort. The fort complex has witnessed fierce battles between Madurai Nayakas and Bijapur, Carnatic and Maratha forces. The fort played an important part during the Carnatic wars, helping lay the foundations of the British Empire in India.Rockfort Ucchi Pillayar Temple Rockfort Ucchi Pillayar Temple Rockfort Ucchi Pillayar Temple.
The Thayumanar Temple.It is a temple situated in the Rockfort complex in the city of Tiruchirappalli, India. The temple is situated close to the base of the Rockfort and was constructed by the Pallava king Mahendravarman I in the 6th century AD. Shiva is worshiped as Thayumanavar, and is represented by the lingam and his consort Parvati is depicted as Mattuvar Kuzhalammai. The presiding deity is revered in the 7th century Tamil Saiva canonical work, the Tevaram, written by Tamil saint poets known as the nayanars and classified as Paadal Petra Sthalam.trichy rockfort temple trichy rockfort temple Rockfort Ucchi Pillayar Temple rockfort temple rockfort temple rockfort templetiruchirapalli temple tiruchirapalli temple
A furious contest arose between Adisesha and Vayu to decide the supremacy of their prowess. The condition was to shake violently Mount Kailash. Defeating Adisesha, when Vayu broke the mount, a part of it fell in this place. Demon Tirishira (demon with three heads) was on penance on Lord Shiva. Though many years passed, Lord Shiva delayed His darshan to test his purity. He threw two of his heads in fire and was about to throw the third, Lord appeared before him and restored his two heads. As requested by him, Lord Shiva agreed to stay here in the name of Thirisira Nathar (based on demon Tirishira story). The place came to be known as Tirishiramalai, now changed as Trichy.
At the evening to go to Srirangam Island is a river island situated within the city of Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu, India. It is formed by the river Kaveri and the Kollidam, a tributary of the Kaveri. The island is 19 miles in length and 1.5 miles wide. It is bounded by the Upper Anaicut to the west and the Grand Anaicut to the east. The town of Srirangam,
a prominent Hindu Vaishnavite pilgrimage centre, is located at the centre of this island. Most of the island forms part of the Srirangam zone of theTiruchirappalli Municipal Corporation and includes the suburbs of Srirangam, Thiruvanaikaval, Srinivasa Nagar and Gitapuram. At early morning 5 am, we drive our cab for our return Trip to Coimbatore that was really an Amazing Family RitualTrip..