Top 3 Places to visit in Coimbatore

coimbatore tourist places - Here we are going to see about the top places to visit in coimbatore, things to do in coimbatore & time schedule of wonderful places.

Top 3 Places to visit in Coimbatore
Places to visit in Coimbatore

Coimbatore is an excellent South Indian tourism spot, popularly known for its landscape spotted with divine shrines, temples & more… In this blog we are going to see about the 3 major & see list places in Coimbatore.

1.Isha Yoga Center

 

 

Isha foundation was founded in 1992 by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev. It is one of the popular destination and peaceful place in Coimbatore. The Yoga center called “Isha yoga foundation” founded in the year 1994, architecturally spanda hall and garden 64,000 sq.ft.

The Adiyogi statue is a 34-metre-tall (112 ft) excluding plinth, 45-metre-long (147 ft) and 7.62-metre-wide (24.99 ft) statue of the Indian deity Shiva with white Thirunamam at Coimbatore in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, which has been recognized by the Guinness World Records as the "Largest Bust Sculpture” in the world.

It is one of the most popular & the best places to celebrate Mahashivrathiri in Coimbatore.

 

About Dhyanalinga

 

 

Dhyanalinga shivan is a pillarless 250,000-brick dome structure. Dhyanalinga was consecrated by Sadhguru on 24 June 1999, after three years of an intense process of prana pratishtha – a pure energy process wherein the energies of all seven chakras are raised to the peak and locked to prevent dissipation over time. On 23 November 1999, Dhyanalinga was offered to the world.

The major path of yoga in ishacentergnana(knowledge), karma (action), kriya (energy), and bhakthi (devotion). It is one of the perfect meditation places to keep your mind & body relaxed.

Timings:

Opening Timing :6.00 am

Closing Timing   :8.00 pm

 

2. MarudhamalaiMurugan Temple

 

 

Marudhachalamurthy (Lord Muruga) Temple, Marudhamalai is a popular 12th century hill temple build by Tamil kings during sangam period dedicated to Lord Murugan, situated in Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. It is considered as the Seventh House of Lord Murugan. The name 'Marudham' is derived from the native trees marudhamaram present in the hill where the temple is situated and 'malai' in Tamil language is meant hill or mountain.

Like most Murugan temples, the temple is situated upon a hillock, part of the Western Ghats about 12 km west from the centre of the city in Coimbatore. It is one of the best place to pray & celebrate the murugan festival “Thai Poosam”.   This Murugan temple is special since it is in East face on the hill compare to other murugan temples on the hills.

 

 

In Marudhamalai temple, the management board providing facilities to help the peoples, some of the facilities are:

  • Three mini buses run by the Devasthanam for the physically handicapped who cannot climb the steps.
  • There is a wedding hall on the hilltop to celebrate the wedding.

Timings:

Opening Timing   :6.00 am

Closing Timing     :8.30 pm

 

3. Gass Forest Museum