Chennai, on the Bay of Bengal in eastern India, is the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu. The city is home to Fort St. George, built in 1644 and now a museum showcasing the city’s roots as a British military garrison and East India Company trading outpost, when it was called Madras. Religious sites include Kapaleeshwarar Temple, adorned with carved and painted gods, and St. Mary’s, a 17th-century Anglican church.
Marina Beach is a natural urban beach in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, along the Bay of Bengal. The beach runs from near Fort St. George in the north to Foreshore Estate in the south, a distance of 6.0 km, making it the longest natural urban beach in the country.
Anna Nagar, is a neighbourhood in the metropolitan city of Chennai, India. Named after the Tamil leader C. N. Annadurai, it is located in the north-western part of Chennai and forms a part of the Aminjikarai taluk and the Anna Nagar.
Vanagaram is a residential neighborhood in the Chennai, India. It is in North-East of Chennai and the fastest developing parts of the city. It has always been a smart and affluent residential suburb, but more recently Vanagaram has become a busy commercial and educational center as well.
Mogappair (also known as Dr. J. J. Nagar) is a fast-developing residential neighborhood in north-western Chennai, India. It is located west of the Jawaharlal Nehru Road (Inner Ring Road) and is part of the Ambattur zone (7) of the Greater Chennai Corporation. There are industrial estates to the north and west, namely Padi and Ambattur.
Now I describe my personal feelings about the trip which i enjoyed from October 22th to December 2nd at Chennai.
I stayed in Chennai about 1 month and 10 days. People of Chennai are good, helpful, friendly and well behaved. I made a lot of friends in Chennai. They are so good. Everyday from evening to night(10/11), I went with them at Mogappair west to spend my time. They are too much friendly. But if you want to stay in Chennai, you must know English or Tamil. Because they don't know Hindi. If someone know they won't speak. Why, i don't know. But i think they don't wanna use other languages instead of their mother tongue. That's why I love Tamil. I was a big fan of Tamil. After visiting Tamil Nadu I became a big fan of it. Every person is so much good that i can't explain in words. I miss Tamil Nadu every second. That time spending, i can't forget. I missed that thing too much which is going to bar everyday. The happiness I got from there i can't explain to you. If you need to know about Tamil, you should visit once in your life then you will say that what i described is too short than its praise.