Transport will be arranged by NLCIL from Chennai Central Railway Station at 3:30PM and Chennai AirPort at 5:30PM on 14.03.2019. 

Registration and Paper Submission will be open till 12.03.2019 21:00 hours 

 

Places to Visit

 
 

The venue is at Neyveli, the Lignite City in Tamil Nadu, (200 kms South of Chennai). Neyveli Township is a self-contained habitat with lush green landscape with all modern facilities and amenities of a cosmopolitan city. Participation in the programme is assured to be not only an intellectual investment but also definitely a memorable event.

 

 

Silver Beach

Silver Beach is a beach on the southeast coast of India. It is located 2 km (1.2 mi) from downtown Cuddalore, the headquarters of Cuddalore district in the state of Tamil Nadu. Silver Beach, however, is untouched by the busy life of the city. It is the second longest beach on the Coromandel Coast and one of the longest beaches in Asia. The 57 km-long stretch of beach faces severe seafront erosion. There are town buses which ply frequently between Cuddalore town bus stand and Silver Beach. It is also accessible via Taxis and Autos from different parts of the town. To the south of the beach the South Cuddalore Bay area appears as if it is a separate island. The backwater separating the main beach from the island-like structure is a safe place for water sports. To the west a river flows into dense mangrove forests teeming with birds. On the coast there is century-old lighthouse.Silver Beach is also the location of Fort St. David, which has a long history as one of the three important forts built by the British Empire.There are summer festivals celebrated in Silver Beach yearly during April or May.

Website: https://cuddalore.nic.in/

 

 

Chidambaram Natarajar Temple

Chidambaram Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located in the heart of the temple town of Chidambaram,Tamil Nadu).The temple , 78 km south of Pondicherry and 235 Km from Chennai. The Sangam classics refer to Viduvelvidugu Perumtaccan, respected clan of traditional Vishwakarmas, as being the chief architect of the temple renovation. There have been several renovations in its history, particularly during the days of Pallava/Chola emperors in ancient and pre-medieval periods.

Chidambaram is one of the five holiest Shiva temples, each representing one of the five natural elements; Chidambaram represents akasha (aether). The other four temples in this category are: Thiruvanaikaval Jambukeswara,Trichy (water), Kanchi Ekambareswara (earth)Kanchipuram, Thiruvannamalai Arunachaleswara (fire),Thiruvanna malai and Kalahasti Nathar (wind),Kalahasti 

      Website: http://www.chidambaramnataraja.org

 



 


 






 

Auroville

Auroville is a universal township in the making for a population of up to 50,000 people from around the world. The concept of Auroville - an ideal township devoted to an experiment in human unity - came to the Mother as early as the 1930s. In the mid 1960s the concept was developed and put before the Govt. of India, who gave their backing and took it to the General Assembly of UNESCO. In 1966 UNESCO passed a unanimous resolution commending it as a project of importance to the future of humanity, thereby giving their full encouragement. The purpose of Auroville is to realise human unity – in diversity. Today Auroville is recognised as the first and only internationally endorsed ongoing experiment in human unity and transformation of consciousness, also concerned with - and practically researching into - sustainable living and the future cultural, environmental, social and spiritual needs of mankind.

Website: www.tamilnation.co

 

 

Brihadeeshwar Temple

Brihadeeshwar Temple is one of the most beautiful architectural splendors of the country. It is erected amidst the great walls made perhaps in the sixteenth century. Inside the temple, there is a temple tower famous as Vimana among the devotees and tourists. This temple tower has an elevation of 66 meters. Vimana is one of the tallest temple towers on the earth. A rounded apex structure is there in the Brihadeeshwar Temple, which is believed to be constructed out of carving on a single stone only.


Website: www.tourmyindia.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Immaculate Conception Cathedral

The Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Pondicherry is one of the unmissable sights of the union territory. It is the mother church for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Pondicherry and Cuddalore. It is also called as "Samba Kovil", which is a phonetic corruption of "Saint Paul's Kovil" where "Kovil" means church. The Jesuit Fathers came to the French colony of Pondicherry as missionaries in 1689. There they bought a very large garden to the west of the French Fort. They wanted to build a church of their own faith. In the 1692 with the funds from Louis XIV, king of France, a church was established. In the following year it was demolished by the Dutch. A quick second church was built which too did not last long. A third church was built again which was razed by the British. A grander church was planned and work started. On 20 June 1791, the Church was consecrated by Bishop Champenois. The Bell tower and choir loft were added later. The Sanctuary was remodeled in the year 1970. The Immaculate Conecption Cathedral, the typical Jesuit edifice resembles the robin's-egg-blue-and-cloud-white colored Goa-like Portuguese style. The Fest of this Church, the Immaculate Conception of Blessed Virgin Mary falls on the 8th of December. The 300 year old church is also the residence of the bishop. Mass services are conducted in Tamil and English. One of the oldest tourist sites in the city, the cathedral was visited by Mother Teresa during her visit to Puducherry. Revel in the blissful ambiance. Attend the Holy Communion.

 

Website :www.tourism-of-india.com

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