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Places to Visit


Marina Beach, Valluvar Kottam, Elliot's Beach, Ashtalakshmi Temple, Thousand Lights Mosque, Dakshinachitra, Government Museum, Guindy National Park, Kapaleeswarar Temple, Royapuram Fishing Harbour, Marundeeswarar Temple, Mylapore, Semmozhi Poonga, Sri Parthasarathy Temple, Connemara Public Library, Samthome Church, Besant Nagar Church


Mahabalipuram (55KM)

Mamallapuram, also known as Mahabalipuram, is a town in Chengalpattu district in the southeastern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, best known for the UNESCO World Heritage Site of 7th- and 8th-century AD.

Tirupati (140KM)

Tirupati is a city in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Its Sri Venkateswara Temple sits atop one of the 7 peaks of Tirumala Hills, attracting scores of pilgrims and also it is a world renowned pilgrimage site.



Kanchipuram, also known as Kanchi, is an ancient city in southern India's Tamil Nadu state. Considered a holy pilgrimage site, the 8th-century Kailasanathar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is a vast complex with intricate sandstone carvings. Ulagalanda Perumal Temple houses a huge statue of Lord Vishnu. A mango tree in the Ekambareswarar Temple courtyard is thought to be sacred.


French colonial settlement in India until 1954, is now a Union Territory town bounded by Tamil Nadu. Its French legacy is preserved in its French Quarters, with tree-lined streets, mustard-colored colonial villas and chic boutiques.

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Chennai's cultural heritage is a vibrant tapestry woven from ancient dynasties and colonial influences The city boasts magnificent temples like the Kapaleeshwarar Temple, showcasing Dravidian architecture. For performing arts, Chennai is the heart of Carnatic music and Bharatanatyam dance. You can even catch a performance at the renowned Kalakshetra institute. Beyond these, the city has a rich artistic heritage. The Lalit Kala Akademi hosts art exhibitions, while the Cholamandal Artists' Village is a hub for contemporary artists and sculptors. To delve deeper into the city's history, you can visit heritage structures like the St. Thomas Cathedral Basilica or the Victoria Public Hall.

Tamil Nadu

Steeped in history, Tamil Nadu's cultural heritage is a vibrant tapestry. Here's a glimpse: Architectural Marvels: Dravidian architecture dominates, with towering temples like the Brihadeeswarar Terfiple and the Shore Temple standing as testaments to ancient artistry. These UNESCO World Heritage Sites showcase the skill of Tamil Nadu's crafters. Temple Traditions: Hinduism is at the heart of Tamil culture. The state boasts over 34,000 temples, each a center of community life. From grand festivals to chariot processions, these temples are a window into Tamil faith and traditions. Literary Legacy: The Tamil language boasts a rich literary heritage, dating back centuries. From the ancient Sangam poems to revered epics like the Silappadhikaram, Tamil literature offers a deep dive into the state's cultural identity Beyond Temples: Tamil culture goes beyond temples. Folk dances like Bharatanatyam and vibrant attire like sarees illustrate the state's artistic side. Don't forget the delicious Tamil cuisine, a blend of flavors that reflects the region's agricultural bounty. This is just a taste of Tamil Nadu's cultural heritage. With its ancient roots and enduring traditions, Tamil Nadu offers a unique cultural experience.


India's cultural heritage is a vibrant tapestry woven from centuries of diverse influences. It's a land where ancient religions like Hinduism and Buddhism flourished, leaving behind magnificent temples like the Mahabodhi Temple Complex and Khajuraho Group of Monuments. Over millennia, traders, invaders, and immigrants added their threads to the cultural weave. Mughal emperors built architectural marvels like the Taj Mahal, while folk traditions like Bhangra and Kuchipudi dance forms continue to captivate audiences. This beautiful blend is visible in everything from the bustling spice markets to the serene yoga retreats. India's cultural heritage is a testament to its enduring spirit, constantly evolving while staying true to its roots.

How to Reach:

9.8 km: from Chennai Airport (MAA)

12.6 km: from Dr. M.G.R Central Railway Station

7.7 km: from Koyambedu Bus Stand

400 m: from Ashok Nagar - nearest Metro Station

Venue Information

ESIC Medical College and Hospital,

Ashok Pillar Road, K. K Nagar,

Chennai, Tamil Nadu 600078

Contact Information

For Registration:

Dr. Kamala Kannan: +91 9443928407

Dr. Vinay M:  +91 9840762714

For General Queries: - 

Dr. Swapnatai A Meshram: - +91 8754433147

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