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If you are tired of the hustle and bustle of crowded city life and are looking to invest in a property that is surrounded by natural beauty, peace and serenity, the 'Maanjolai' Farmland  project is just what you need! Maanjolai combines the best of both worlds – uninterrupted peace & quiet for complete rest & relaxation as well as several opportunities for travel & recreation, thanks to various tourist destinations located close by.

Courtallam Waterfalls (Distance: 35 km)
Known for their medicinal and curative properties, the Courtallam waterfalls are a group of dazzling waterfalls which includes the famous Main Falls, Old Falls, Five Falls, Shenbakadevi Falls, Chitraruvi, Puli aruvi and Then aruvi. Many seasonal and few perennial rivers such as the chitraaru River, the Manimuthar River, the Pachaiyar River and the Thambaraparani River originate in this region. The season starts at June and ends by September every year.
Courtralanathar Temple (Distance: 35 km)
With the adjoining background of main falls, this temple is famous for one of its Pancha-Sabha known as Chitra - Sabha. The temple is dedicated to Thiru Courtralanathar, Thirukootachalapathi and Kuzhalvoimozhi Amman (Devi whose voice is as sweet as the music of the flute). Jack tree is the Sthala Vruksha. The temple at the foot of the hill is conch-shaped which has special significance in Hindu tradition.
Papanasam Temple (Distance: 21 km)
First among the NavaKailayams where the Navagraha known for this temple is Surya, Papanasam Temple is believed to be a holy site which can rid you of all your sins, especially if you go there after bathing in the Thamirabarani River passing by. The main deity is Lord Shiva in the name of Papanasar (Destroyer of Sins) and the name of the Goddess is Lord Loganayaki who is also known as Ulagambigai. The body of Lord Papanasar is wholly and naturally made of Rudraksha.
Papanasam Waterfall & Dam (Distance: 21 km)
In addition to the majestic Agasthiyar waterfalls and Banatheertham waterfalls, the Papanasam Dam, surrounded by tall mountains is also well known in this region. The dam irrigates 86,107 acres (34,846 ha) of paddy field cultivated in Tirunelveli and Tuticorin districts.

It was built during the British rule and is 5.4m wide, 265m long and 240m high and has a total catchment area of 147 sq km.
Manimuthar Waterfall & Dam (Distance: 26 km)
It's an all year waterfalls, frequently visited by tourists. Considered to be a picturesque and tranquil picnic spot, here you will also find the Manimuthar Dam. It is a half mile-long dam and the water is held on three sides by mountains.

The River Manimuthar arises from the dense forest near Senkaltheri in Ambasamudram taluk at a height of about 1300m.
Muthumalai Amman Temple (Distance: 4km)
For those times when you wish to connect with God; you can head out to the Muthumalai Amman Temple situated in the banks of River Thamirabarani and find yourself one with the Supreme Being.

Dating 150 years back and having Mango tree as the sthala vruksham, this temple draws thousands of local devotees and sons of the soil settled elsewhere during festival time.
Pancha Guru Sthalams (Distance: 14 km)
"Lord Dakshinamoorthy showers His blessings on those, who worship at Pancha Guru sthalams - Five temples within a radius of 9km from Mukkudal namely 1.ThenThirubhuvanam, 2.Arikesavanallur, 3.Athaalanallur, 4.Thiruppudaimarudur and 5.ThenTiruvarur (Idaikal).

From Maanjolai, a holy trip to all the five temples can be covered in 3 hours.
Appan Venkatachalapathy Temple (Distance: 12 km)
Situated amidst picturesque paddy fields and banana plantations, Appan Venkatachalapthy Temple offers peace and tranquility to worshipers.

The temple has been recently consecrated and is located on the scenic Mukkudal - Cheranmahadevi road with giant ‘Marudhu’ trees. River Thamirabarani flows at a distance of 200m from the temple.

Nellaiappar Gandhimathi Ambal Temple (Distance: 21 km)

Tirunelveli is named after the presiding deity Swami Nellaiappar and the temple is situated in the heart of the city in a sprawling 14 acre campus. The musical pillars, Somavara Mandapam, Vasantha Mandapam, 1000 pillared hall, Thamira (copper) sabha , Periya Sabapathi, Huge Lord Arumugam statue, Imposing Nandhi, Big temple tank, lifelike magnificent sculptures adorning the Sangili Mandapam ,and the third largest temple chariot in Tamilnadu are important features of this 2000 year old temple.
Navathirupathi Temples (Distance: 54 km)
Navathirupathi Temples classified as "Divya Desams", is a set of nine temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu located within a radius of 10 km in Tiruchendur-Tirunelveli route, in the banks of Thamirabarani River. A holy trip to all the nine temples from Tirunelveli, can be covered in 6 hours. The Garuda Sevai utsavam in the month of Vaikasi (May-June) witnesses 9 Garudasevai, a spectacular event in which festival image idols from the Navathirupathi shrines are brought on Garuda vahana.
Nava Kailasam Temples (Distance: 90 km)
The Nava Kailasam Temples are Navagraha Temples where Lord Shiva itself is considered the particular Graham or planet. Having decided to get liberation, Romasa Maharishi plucked nine flowers and allowed them to float on River Thamirabarani. The flowers docked at nine places and Shiva temples were built at those places. A holytrip of all the Nava Kailasam Temples can be covered in one day.
Krishnapuram VenkatachalapathyTemple: (Distance: 37 km)
The temple is on the Tirunelveli-Tiruchendur main road, 12 km from Tirunelveli. The temple is popular among the tourists not only because of its religious importance but also due to its life sized beautiful sculptures and can be considered as one among the best in Tamil Nadu. Built by Krishnappa Naicker in 16th century AD, it is indeed a treasure house of architectural marvel and grandeur and is the alternative to those unable to visit Tirupati to fulfill their prayer commitments.
Tiruchendur Murugan Temple (Distance: 84 km)
Tiruchendur is the second, among the six abodes (Arupadaiveedu) of Lord Muruga, and is situated 56 km from Tirunelveli. Since Lord Muruga encamped here along with His army to defeat Surapadma, this place has become a “Padai veedu”. Sanctified and venerated by every Hindu, the Tamils in this part of the peninsula have such an attraction for the place and its presiding Lord Arumuga Nayinar. Major festivals including Thai poosam, Vaikasi visaham and Kanda Sashti followed by Surasamharam draw lakhs of devotees all over the world.
Kanyakumari (Distance: 88 km)
Kanyakumari has many interesting places to visit, the significant ones being the Kumari Amman temple, Vivekananda Rock memorial, 133 ft Thiruvalluvar statue, Gandhi mandapam, Beach, Wax museum, Maathur hanging bridge, Vattakottai fort, Padmanabapuram palace, Suchindram temple, Nagaraja temple, Baywatch water resort, Olakkai aruvi waterfall and Thirparappu waterfall, to name a few.
Thamirabarani River (Distance: 4km)
Considered to be the lifeline of the people in the southern districts, the shallow river bed with its white sand and sparkling water invites you for a refreshing bath.

Owning a plot in the strategically located 'Maanjolai' project is a sure way to introduce some much needed tranquility in your life, connect with nature, take out some me-time for self introspection and explore beautiful natural beauty.



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