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Valluvar Kottam Monument, Chennai (Madras)
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  • This monument is dedicated to the Tamil poet and philosopher Tiruvalluvaru. The impressive main monument complex, built in the form of the chariot of the temple. Everything is beautiful, colorful and unusual.
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  • Beautiful. Very pretty chariot. Good to visit a place where the Thirukkural script is seen in public - something that I learnt as a child. Worth a visit. Try and avoid a very hot and sunny day! 
  • Worth visiting once, to view the huge 'Ratham' in the campus. The campus hosts fairs and exhibitions throughout the year, for textiles and handicrafts from all over India, which is usually good. 
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  • A nice place to relax in the heart of the city. Good ambience and well maintained. You have a wide range of handicraft expo organized all through the year, which will bring you the traditions from various Indian cities. A walk to the next campus will take you to the exhibition centre by the Women Self-help group. A good place for a small evening
  • Thiru stands for RESPECT and Valluvar is TAMIL classic POET who wrote 1330 couplets just 4+3 =7 " seer in TAMIL stands for say words " very useful thoughts and gave it to the world. Many classic writers have written the meaning and it is the most acclaimed Tamil Literature. In remembrance of this poet this Building with Auditorium can accomodate 4000 at a time and all the 1330 couplets are inscribed in stones and good place for conducting events and exhibitions. AT the heart of city on the junction of Arcot road and Nungambakkam is a must see for those who visit CHENNAI for the first time......
  • A calm place in the busy city. Dedicated to the great poet Thiruvalluvar. Famous for the handicrafts and handlooms expos.
  • Great place that serves as a tribute to Thiruvalluvar . All kurals are craved in the pillars. Government should come forward to provide the required maintenance
  • Valluvar kottam is like a park. Where sonetime fair will be taken place. There you can see a Tamil cultural statues. Greenish area too!!