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Vellore Fort , Vellore
See the remnants of the past embodied in Vellore Fort, a large 16th century fort built by the Vijayanagara kings. Discover a fort which serve
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Relax your mind at Sripuram Golden Temple, a spiritual park and temple that welcomes worshipers from all faiths. The gold-covered temple, int
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Located inside a fortification, Jalakandeswarar Temple honors Lord Shiva and features architectural ornaments that include intricate carvings
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Duration: 15 days
Travelers can visit all Arupadai Veedu, Navagraham and Pancha Bootham temples including other important and famous temples in Tamilnadu within 15 days.
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Nilavoor Lake , Yelagiri
Take a pleasure boat ride and pedal at Nilavoor Lake, a tranquil man-made body of water created next to the namesake village. Enjoy a scenic

Vellore District

Vellore district is one of the 32 districts in the Tamil Nadu state of India. It is one of the six districts that from North region of Tamil Nadu. It is one of the biggest district in Tamil Nadu. Vellore City is the headquarters of this district. As of 2011, the district had a population of 3,936,331 with a sex ratio of 1,007 females for every 1,000 males.The Government of India recently included Vellore city into prestigious smart City project along with 26 more cities.HistoryVellore had been under the control of Cholas of Uraiyur, Pallavas, Rashtrakutas of Malkhed, Sambuvarayar, who lived in the territory of Melakadambur which denoted in Ponniyin selvan the rulers of Vijayanagaram, Marathas, the Nawabs of the Carnatic and the British. The Vellore fort, which was probably built during the rule of Chinna Bommi Nayak (1526 to 1595 A.D.), was considered to be a strong fort during the Carnatic war in the 17th century.The district finds an important place in the Indian freedom struggle. The Sepoy Mutiny of 1806 that took place inside the Vellore fort was seen as a prelude to the Revolt of 1857.Men from the Vellore District fought in the British India Army and sacrificed their lives in the World Wars. This is recorded in the clock tower in the long bazaar at Vellore, raised in 1920, where an inscription reads "Vellore - From this Village 277 men went to the Great war 1914-18, of them 14 gave up their lives". Our India road trip tool allows you to schedule your trip to Vellore District, learn about its attractions, and find out about where else to go during your holiday.

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