It is believed that the shoreline of Sri Lanka can be seen from the top of the Srirangam Rajagopuram. Though the celebrations are throughout the year, the most important “car festival” (to lead the life peacefully) is celebrated every year in the month of April/May (Tamil Month: Chithirai) and the "vaikunda ekadhesi"(attaining the status of no re-birth by residing at the feet of Lord) festival is celebrated exuberantly from December-January (Tamil Month: Margazhli–Thai).During these holy festivals millions of people and devotees from all the corners of the world do gather in Srirangam and they extol the various names of God.
They will think of only mother-child relationship between themselves and God.
Many foreigners, who witness the liaison between the God and devotees involve willingly in the devotional dance and purely enjoy dancing devotionally with other devotees.
This is a region, formerly the hinterland of the Coromandel Coast that was famous for its commercial dealing with China and Europe.
Srirangam is an island situated in Trichy district of Tamilnadu and located between the banks of Cauvery and Kollidam rivers.
All these are possible only with the grace of the river "Cauvery".
Devotees determine the "bath in the holy river Cauvery" top priority.
The education system of Srirangam is well organized in the form of nursery schools, elementary schools, high schools and an arts & science college.
Good medical facilities which range from small clinics to hospitals are also available.
Doctors and Nurses are in the line of duty around the clock.
The railway station of Srirangam is one of the revenue generating centres for the railway department of the Indian government.
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