Around the Dune

North

To the north is the ancient Pallava port of Mahabalipuram. Famous for its magnificent shore temple, it’s rathas (stone chariots) and it’s numerous talented stone sculptors.

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West

To the west, lies Gingee, an ancient fort set amongst a landscape of granite chaos.
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Further west (50 km) is the town of Thiruvannamalai wich is famed for its very large and ancient temple and the sacred hill called Arunachala. It is symbolizing the element fire.

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At the foot of this hill, lived one of the greatest seers of India, Ramana Maharshi.

South

South of The Dune (15 km) lies Puducherry, an ex-French colony with its quaint colonial houses and numerous restaurants. Puducherry offers a variety of exciting experiences, from spiritual learning at the Aurobindo Ashram, to shopping in the street bazaars to cultural evenings in Alliance Francaise.

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Just 8 km to the south is Auroville. It’s a unique international township which is home to people from 44 different nationalities coexisting and working together. This utopian concept is the realization of the dream of Mirra Alfassa, a French disciple of Sri Aurobindo, known as “The Mother”.

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East

To the East, lies the gulf of Bengal and some tousands miles away the wonderful and wild Andaman islands.

Trips

Trips can be organised even further to Cuddalore, Chidambaram, Swamimalai, Karaikudi, Madurai etc… All of these places offer a unique insight into Tamil culture.

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