Marina Beach, located in Chennai in Tamil Nadu is a natural urban beach that runs along the Bay of Bengal. It is the longest natural urban beach on the Indian coast, with a length of 13 kms. This makes it second in the world.
The magnificent Marundeeswarar Temple, in Tiruvanmiyur, near Chennai has the temple deity Shiva in the form of Marundeeswar or Aushadeeswarar, the God of Medicines
The Ashtalakshmi temple is located in Besant Nagar. It is just a few metres from the beautiful Bay of Bengal beach, Besant Beach. Ashtalakshmi is the Goddess of Wealth & Knowledge and lives here.
In 1896, a landmark was established in Chennai: the Connemara Library. This library is a treasure trove filled with books, periodicals, and other related texts. You will find all the text you need in a library.
Madras War Memorial is a memorial to the Second World War martyrs. You can stroll through the beautiful gardens and see memorials to the men who died during World War II. It is one the most popular places in Chennai.
The multi-domed mosque is revered by local Muslims and lights up the Royapettah neighborhood of Chennai. This mosque was named the Thousand Lights Mosque because it used to require approximately 1000 lights to illuminate its hall.
Guindy National Park, which is home to more than 300 species of trees and plants and 150 bird species, 15 reptiles, and amphibians, is located on grounds that used to be part of Raj Bhawan or IIT-Madras.