By Road Buses from key South Indian cities head to the central bus station on Rockins Road, Trichy. One can as well oblige into the city or hire a private taxi.
By Rail Trichy is well-connected to main South Indian cities for example Chennai, Madurai, Bangalore and Mysore, by an broad rail network. It deceit on the core Chennai-Madurai line. There are concerning nine daily express trains to Chennai; the top ones are Vaigai Express and Pallavan Express both leave from Trichy in the morning. Rock Fort Express is a fine overnight train. The Guruvaya Express connects Trichy with Madurai. Besides this, there is the Mysore Express that plies every day to Bangalore and Mysore.
By Air The Trichy airport situated on the NH 210 Tiruchirappalli - Rameshwaram highway, is serviced via domestic flights to and from Tamil Nadu's capital city, Chennai. It in addition has flights to Colombo, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Sharjah and Kuwait.
Sri Rangam Ranga Natha Temple, also known as Sri Ranganathswamy Temple or Thiruvarangam is located in Srirangam 10 kms from Trichy in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. The temple is grand and is dedicated to the reclining form of Lord Vishnu. It is considered to be the oldest among 108 Vishnu temples known as divyadesams. It lies on an island formed by the river Kaveri and its tributary Kollidum.
The temple is built majestically in the Dravidian...
The Rock Fort Ganapati Temple popularly known as Ucchi Pillayar Koil is located at a height of 83 meter, on the Rock fort Hill in Trichy, in Tamil Nadu. The temple is one of the most famous temples of Lord Ganesha in India. The Rock Fort temple dates back to 7th century- the era of Pallavas and, is actually a combination of three temples.
The ManikkaVinayakar temple at the foot hill, the UcchiPillayar Temple at the top of the hill, and the Taayu...