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Srirangam is a part of Tiruchirapalli in the Southern state of Tamil Nadu. It is surrounded by Kaveri River (Cauvery River) on one side and the Kaveri Distributary Kollidam on the other side. Srirangam is famous for its Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, a major Hindu pilgrim destination (especially among Srivaishnavites). Its believed that Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple is the biggest functioning Hindu Temple in the world, as it covers an area of about 631,000 square metres. If you are planning a trip from Chennai to Srirangam, heres how you can reach. Also Read - UPPCL Technician Admit Card 2021 Released At upenergy.in, Check Direct Link And Other Details Here
The distance between Chennai and Srirangam is 325.7 km and it can be covered in 4.5 to 7 hours, depending on the route taken and the flow of traffic. There are 2 routes that one can choose from to reach Srirangam from Chennai by road. The shorter route includes driving through Grand Southern Trunk Road/NH45 and Tiruchi Chennai Highway. An alternate route includes driving through NH4 and Grand Southern Trunk Road/NH45/Tiruchi Chennai Highway. Also Read - NEET 2021: Indian Army Offers Free Coaching to Underprivileged Students in Srinagar
Regular buses ply between Chennai and Tiruchirapalli. From Tiruchirapalli, one can get a connecting bus to reach Srirangam.