Sri Kaliswari Le Orchids
Meenachi Temple Meenakshi Temple
One of the biggest in the country, the Meenakshi Temple is renowned as an architectural wonder. One such example of this artistic beauty in the temple is a magnificent hall inside that is supported by rows of one thousand stone pillars.
Thirumalainayakar Mahal Thirumalai Nayakar Palace
Built in the 17th century, this palace was once the residence of the ruler of Madurai, Thirumalai Nayakar. Currently it is maintained by the Archeological Department of Tamil Nadu. The palace is famed for its Indo-Saracen architecture with high domes, minarets and pillars.
Rameshwaram Temple Rameshwaram Temple
The famous Ramanathaswamy Temple is regarded as one of the most sacred shrines of Hindus in India. It is an honoured pilgrimage destination, which represents the southernmost of the 12 Jyotirlingams of India. It is considered as holy as Banaras. This famous Hindu temple situated on the Rameshwaram island is located off the Sethu coast of Tamil Nadu. The temple is noted for its close association with Ramayana and the legendary victory of Rama over the demon king Ravana.

This temple is a pious temple, keeping in mind its association with Lord Rama, a great Hindu legend and its grand structure. This huge temple on the island of Rameswaram can be reached via the Pamban bridge across the sea, it is famous for its long ornate corridors, towers and remarkable 36 Theerthams.
Srivilliputhur Andal temple
Several centuries ago, the land area around Srivilliputhur was under the rule of Queen Malli. This Queen had two sons called Villi and Kandan. One day, while they were hunting in a forest, a tiger killed Kandan. Unaware of this fact, Villi searched for his brother, got tired and feel asleep. In his dream, God narrated to him what happened to his brother. Realising the fact, on divine orders Villi founded a beautiful city by setting right the forest. For this reason only, the city is named after him as Villiputhur. Further, because of the divine birth of Sri Andal in this city, it got the honorific of Srivilliputhur.
Srivilliputhur Reserve Forest
The Grizzled Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary at Sirvilliputhur in southern Tamil nadu, was declared as a sanctuary in December 1989. It spreads over 480 sq.KM, This sanctuary is contiguous to Periyar Tiger Reserve on the South western side and the Megamalai Reserve Forest on the north western side and Its southern limit is contiguous with the Sivagiri Reserved Forst of Tirunelveli Forest Division.
Kamarajar memorial House in Virudhunagar
Kamraj was born on July 15, 1903, in a family of traders at Virudunagar. His real name was Kamakshi Kumaraswamy Nader but was affectionately shortened to Raja by his mother, Sivakami Ammal. His father, Kumarswamy Nader, was a coconut merchant. Kamaraj was enrolled at the local elementary school, the Nayanar Vidyalaya but was later shifted to the high school Kshatriya Vidyalaya.

Kamaraj remained Chief Minister for three consecutive terms. On October 2, 1963, he resigned to serve a greater purpose. Kamaraj noticed that the Congress party was slowly losing its vigor . He came up with a plan which was called the “Kamaraj Plan.” He proposed that all senior Congress leaders should resign form their posts and devote all their energy to the re-vitalization of the Congress. A number of Central and State ministers like Lal Bahadur Shastri, Jagjivan Ram, Morarji Desai and S.K. Patil followed suite and resigned from their posts. In 1964, Kamaraj was elected the President of the All India Congress and he successfully navigated the nation through the stormy years following Nehru’s death.
Birth Place of Fireworks in INDIA - Sivakasi
Sivakasi is the natural choice for fireworks production. Low rain fall and a dry climate prevailing in the Sivakasi area contribute to unabated production. What could have been consumed in three hours of the Diwali Day came to be produced in 300 days, almost with overtime jobs through out the year.

In Sivakasi the first fire works industry was started in the early 20th century. Having achieved a measure of success in Safety Matches, Colour Matches and Star Matches, Mr. A Shanmuga Nadar and Mr. Iya Nadar ventured upon the making of sparklers –then the most popular item in the Small Fireworks family, which were at the time imported from the UK and Germany. Founder of Fireworks is our Founder Group.

Courtallam Falls
Courtallam, the 'Spa of the south', is situated at an elevation of about 167m on the Western Ghats in Tirunelveli District. It is an excellent health resort and it is Famous for its water falls. It has an interesting legend. Devotees believes that Lord Shiva sent saint Agastheya to the south to avoid imbalance due to the over crowding in the mount Kailas on his celestial wedding. 

Peraruvi(Main Falls), Chitraruvi(Small Falls), Shenbaga devi Falls, Thenaruvi(Honey Falls), Anitharuvi(Five Falls), Pazhathotta Aruvi, puli Aruvi(tiger Falls), Pazhaya Courtallam(old Falls), palaruvi these are not only a tourist spot but also a famous health resort. Every year June to September we can enjoy the falls season.
Agastiar Falls
In Tamil Nadu, Tirunelveli district, this fantastic waterfalls, which never dries is flowing from the ghats of Kerala.
This waterfalls is called as Agathiar falls.
Recently, the direction of the water flow has been diverted and due to this, the never dried Agasthiar falls in Papanasam is now got dried. It is believed by the tourists and local that the forest department has taken this step.
kodaikanal Tourism Place Kodaikanal
About 220 kms from Sivakasi, Kodaikanal is a quaint little hill station in the Western Ghats. An ideal tourist destination, the picturesque hillsides are covered with greenery, hidden by a dense mist. Kodaikanal is filled with natural attractions such as botanical gardens, parks, forests, valleys, lakes and waterfalls.

Badhrakali Amman temple is a prominent landmark in Sivakasi.[80] The temple has the tallest tower built for a Kali temple in Tamil Nadu. The tower has a breadth of 66 ft (20 m), width of 44 ft (13 m) and a height of 110 ft (34 m) for the seven stories. "Panguni Pongal" and "Chithirai Pongal" are the annual festivals celebrated for the deities Mariamman and Badrakali Amman in April and May respectively. Both festivals last ten days
Perumal Kovil Thiruthangal, located in the Virudhunagar-Sivakasi road has the Nindra Narayana Perumal Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to Vishnu on the hillock, attracting lot of pilgrims.