Travel Bus From Madurai

Madurai is the second largest city and a municipal corporation situated on the banks of the River Vaigai in Madurai district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu The city is also known as Madura or the Temple City (It has a few hundred temples of many Hindu Gods).

The city of Madurai, with a population of 922,913 according to the 2001 census, is the administrative capital of Madurai district. Madurai was the capital city of the Pandya kings of South India. Madurai’s cultural heritage goes back 2500 years, and the city has been an important commercial center since as early as 550 C.E.

In legend, the original town of Madurai was destroyed by a tsunami in ancient Lemuria (continent). The new city was home to the last Tamil Sangam in the early part of last Century. The great national poet Subramanya Bharathi worked as a Tamil language pandit / teacher in Sethupathy High School during the early 20th century. There is a village town in the neighbouring district of Dindigul called Vada Madurai, and another in the neighbouring district of Sivagangai called Mana Madurai.

Madurai is second largest city in Tamil Nadu.Madurai city has an area of 52 km, within an urban area now extending over as much as 130 km square, and it is located at show location on an interactive map. It has an average elevation of 101 meters above mean sea level. The climate is dry and hot, with rains during October to December. Temperatures during summer reach a maximum of 40 and a minimum of 26.3 degrees celsius. Winter temperatures range between 29.6 and 18 degrees celsius. The average annual rainfall is about 85 cm.

Madurai is well connected by air, rail and road. The railway station is one of the busiest in the country and has computerized reservation counters. Madurai division repeatedly has received the award for being the best-maintained station in the Southern Railway.

The railway station code for Madurai junction is MDU. It is connected to major indian cities like Chennai, Coimbatore, Trichy, Bangalore (by Mysore express), Trivandrum,Mumbai (by mumbai CST express), Pune (by lokmanya tt express), Delhi (by sampark kranti express),and Kolkata(by cape howrah express).

Madurai has several major bus stands: Central Bus terminus at Maattuthavani (North), Palanganatham (South), Arapalayam (West), Periyar (Central) and Anna Bus stand (East). The major bus stand for the city is at Maattuthavani called as Madurai Integrated Bus Terminus(MIBT), from where many buses to locations all over the south India operate round the clock.

Madurai is connected by the following major National Highways NH 7(North-south Corridor Expressway) Bangalore to Salem to Dindigul to Madurai to Tirunelveli to Kanyakumari, NH 49-Madurai to Rameswaram, NH 49 Extn. Bridges have been constructed across the Vaigai river to connect Madurai at various points. Flyovers have been constructed within the city to overcome traffic congestion. The Golden Quadrilateral and the four lane highway to Chennai make Madurai well connected by road.

Madurai Airport is approximately 9 kilometers from the Madurai Railway station, and currently it offers flights to Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai. Jet Airways, Air Deccan, Paramount Airways and Indian Airlines are the airlines available. International flights from Madurai to Colombo, Singapore and Gulf countries are planned to begin service this year. The nearest international airport is in Trichy , which is 130km from Madurai.
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Madura United VS Mitra Kukar : 2-2 – Highlights Liga 1 [28/04/2017]

Madura United vs Mitra Kukar : 2-2 – Highlights Liga 1 [28/04/2017]


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