This place has now become a home for a variety of exhibitions. There is a huge lovely stone chariot which is the main attraction but that has now been overtaken by the exhibitions held there. There are no activities or any guided tour here. If you are lucky you will end up doing a lot of shopping.
MEmory fades.....i dont remember much,though. But for understanding tirukkural sake, its worth visiting once. An usual Govt maintained location.
Very very good and excellent. We should visit at least once in our life.Such a beautiful monument in Chennai. My children and family enjoyed very much and wondered very nice. In the ancient days they have done a wonderful job. The carvings are very excited and beautiful.
Valluvar Kottam is a 30 year old monument built in the memory of great poet, philosopher, Thiruvalluvar. It has a huge hall with illustrated kurals (poems). There is also a majestic ratha made up of stone surrounded by a park. Nothing much. One may need hardly 20 minutes to go around this place.
Valluvar Kottam monument VISITED ON : 31st July 2016 OVERVIEW : Huge chariot shaped monument at the middle of the city so big you might have to move back a few steps to get a full view. The "GOOD"s : -This monument is old and large and has a lot for architecture and art fans. -There is also ample parking... 更多
This is a monument built in memorial of the great Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar. This will catch the eye of anybody go through the area as it is built like a huge chariot used to see in South Indian temples. Pretty well maintained in comparison with some others of the category.
A great reminder of the grandeur and excellence of the Tamil language - It's located in the heart of the city and the roads around the monument is damn busy. . But once u enter the compounds of this place, you will be transferred into a calm and serene ambiance. . A must visit place for every visitor to Chennai
A world renowned monument which is totally neglected; it is left to face its natural death!. The monument is surrounded by filth. The shrine of Thiruvalluvar is kept always locked. The couplets engraved in stones needs correction.