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Chennai is a thriving hub of manufacturing, technology and healthcare industries. It also ranks high among the foremost centers of information technology and business process outsourcing. The city is home to the second-biggest film industry in the country after Mumbai.
From Carnatic music and Bharatnatyam to fusion, Chennai offers a lot when it comes to art and culture. World renowned musicians like AR Rahman and Sivamani hail from this city. Rahman is also known as the Mozart of Madras. The city is the Mecca for Carnatic music fans as thousands of concerts are held across the city during the Tamil month of Marghazi. Dance recitals too are a common feature during the season. Other attractions include:
- Mahabalipuram Beach: This golden sandy beach with rock cut sculptures is an ideal place for a holiday and enjoy water sports such as motor boating, wind surfing and diving. Other attraction here in Mahabalipuram include a school of art and sculpture, a crocodile bank and a snake venom extracting center.
- Marina Beach: The beach is one of the most prominent open spaces in Chennai. You can find many important national and cultural events here. Marina Beach is very popular with the locals. Here you will find a skating arena, joggers track and aquarium. You can also enjoy pony rides, merry-go-rounds and giant wheels! There is a 34 ft tall artificial waterfall right on the promenade, also known as Kamarajar Salai. There are many other statues near Anna Square dedicated to legends like Mahatma Gandhi, C N Annadurai (former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu) and M G.
- Mahabalipuram: Known for its stone carvings and stone temples, about 60 km south of Chennai in Tamil Nadu, is an ancient port town known for its stone temples and carvings. This port city of Pallavas is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was built largely between the 7th and the 9th centuries.
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