After a Periyar statue was vandalized on Tuesday evening in Tirupattur, Vellore, miscreants desecrated a statue of BR Ambedkar in Tiruvottiyur, Chennai, with red paint on Thursday. According to the Tiruvottiyur police, at 7:00 am, the statue, which is Grama Street, opposite the market in Tiruvottiyur, was seen with red paint splattered all over it.
The Palamathi Hills (also Balamathi, Balamathi Hills) are an extension of the Eastern Ghats spread across southeastern parts of Vellore City in Tamil Nadu. The Palamathi Hill range, the nearby Palamathi Reserve Forest, the Otteri lake is collectively referred to as Palamathi Hills. The area is a thriving hotspot for various birds and various flora.
The Clock Tower is located on K. V. Road which is the heart of the city. The tower was constructed to honour the coronation of King George V. This tower is dedicated to the 14 English soldiers out of the 22 soldiers who went to fight in the World War I (1914–1918). These 14 English soldiers lost their lives while fighting in the First World War.
The image shows the Cup and Saucer waterfall which is situated to the north-west of the house. It was built by William Emes in 1774. This original feature gathers the waters from the Black Brook into a shallow circular stone basin with a cylindrical waterfall at its centre, it then emerges from a tunnel with finely rusticated keystones.
The District Science Centre was opened to the public on 27th February 1987 with a gallery on "Treasures from Ocean" and a Science Park. Soon the Centre became one of the most popular centres in NCSM network with the spontaneous support of the local community.
Vellore is one of the popular cities in Tamil Nadu State located in South India. Vellore has may sight-seeing places to offer. Kannamangalam is one of those places that do not need an extensive introduction. Kannamangalam is a well known city located in the Tiruvannamalai district of Tamil Nadu. Kannamangalam has lot in store for anyone visiting it.
Ratnagiri Balamurugan temple is an ancient Murugan temple situated in Thirumanikundram,Vellore, India. It was built around the 14th century. It is situated on top of a hill. Ancient Hindu scriptures say where there is a hill, there is Lord Murugan. Over the passage of time an ordinary sand structure was converted into a stone shrine.
Beach Volleyball Beginner Tip #2: Balls . Indoor volleyballs are made of leather and are heavier than outdoor balls. Indoor volleyball is a game of power and the heavier balls move quicker and can be hit harder. Beach volleyballs are softer, lighter and a bit bigger than indoor balls.
The fort city of Vellore is famous for medical tourism in recent times. However, you can recollect the past history of this city if you visit Vellore fort, a 16th century fort situated here. You will be taken back to ancient times when you see grand ramparts and wide moat with wonderful architecture. Water in the moat is supplied from Suryagunta tank. Today, the fort is being maintained by Archaeological Survey of India.
There are many famous places to visit in Vellore.Among them the Historic Vellore Fort, Government Museum, Science Park, Amirthi Zoological Park, Religious Places like Jalakandeswarar Temple , Srilakshmi Golden Temple , Big Mosque & St.Johns’s Church and Yelagiri Hill station are the top tourist attractions in Vellore. Here are the most famous spots in Vellore .
At a distance of 650 m from Virinjipuram Bus Stop and 13 km from Vellore Town Railway Station, Sri Margabandeswarar Temple is a 13th century temple situated on Bangalore - Chennai National Highway. The temple has rich sculptures and artistic pillars.
St. John’s Church is located inside the Vellore Fort, Tamil Nadu State, India. The Church was raised in 1846 by the Government of Madras for the officers and men of the East India Company military station. The church is called after St. John the Evangelist.
Vellore Fort is a large 16th-century fort situated in heart of the Vellore city, in the state of Tamil Nadu, India built by Vijayanagara kings. The fort was at one time the headquarters of the Aravidu Dynasty of the Vijayanagara Empire.
Vilapakkam is a panchayat town in Vellore. With an average literacy rate of 68%, which is higher than the national average, Vilapakkam is located to the south of Arcot in Vellore district. Vilapakkam lies approximately 25 km southeast of Vellore. The hilly area in Vilapakkam is commonly referred to as the Pancha Pandava Malai.