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Erode to Kanchipuram
Updated on : Oct 28, 2016 08:07 AM
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  • Raja Travels Erode Kanchipuram Rs.999 Raja Travels operates 3 buses from Erode to Kanchipuram with starting price of Rs.999. First bus starts at 11:30 AM and last bus at 11:30 PM.

About Erode

Erode is located 400 km from Chennai and 80 km from Coimbatore. It is a small town in the state of Tamil Nadu. The city is blooming with textile industries and is often referred as ‘Texvalley of India’. Some of the products like sheets, lungies, cotton sarees and carpets are manufacture in Erode. Moreover, the city is famous for the cultivation of Turmeric. Erode has rich history with having ruled by different mughal emperors for centuries. By leaving their mark, Erode has some beautiful monuments built around. Like every other cities of Tamil Nadu, Erode too has some beautiful religious place built, drawing large number of crowd. Some of the tourist attractions in Erode are: Thindal Murugan Temple, St Mary Church, Vellode Bird Sanctuary, Government Museum, Karadiyur View Point and Bannari.

About Kanchipuram

Kanchipuram is the oldest city in Tamil Nadu and is highly famous for Kanchipuram sarees. However, the city is famous well structured temples built around. This temple city has been the capital city of Pallava Kings. As per foreign tourists, Kanchipuram is “The City of Thousand Temples”. Most of these temples are dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Shiva. Kanchipuram is also being famed as ‘Silk Sarees’ and is known for silk thread interwoven with gold zari. All these silk sarees are being exported to other states across country. The city has rich historical past and traditional south Indian culture is still followed by people here. Some of the famous tourist destinations here are: Ekambareshvara Temple, Devarajaswami Temple, Kailasanathar Temple, Kamakshi Amman Temple and few others.