Thirumalai Naick Palace - Sound and Light

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Naick History   Palace   Festivals   Natakasala   Thief Entered   Rajarajeshwari Temple   Rangavilasa   Naubatkhana
In the Later Days   Archaeological Museum   Sound and Light Show   Opening Timings   Contact

SOUND AND LIGHT SHOW

Sound and light show the only one of its kind in South India, really is a boon to Madurai city. This show was established during 1981 when the fifth world tamil conference was conducted. The programme was engineered by the then Chief Minister of Tamilnadu Mr.M.G.Ramachandran.

The show begins with the reverbrating tribute to the King Thirumalai Naick. It deals with the important events which took place in the life of the King. His victories over the enemies, his love on art, his deep sense of devotion to Goddess Meenakshi are narrated interestingly. The court scene in which Kannagi, the heroine of Silapathikaram challanged the Pandya King Nedunchezhian, is an interesting episode of the show. This is an interesting show that one should not miss.

Daily two shows are conducted one in English and another in Tamil for one hour.

English show:6:30pm
Tamil show:8:00pm

    Ticket - English Show
  • Adult - Rs.50/-
  • Children (age between 5-12)- Rs.25/-
    Ticket - Tamil Show
  • Adult - Rs.25/-
  • Children (age between 5-12)- Rs.10/-
  • Student - Rs.10/-
 
    Palace Entrance Fee
  • Adult - Rs.10/-
  • Children - Rs.5/-
  • Foreign Adult - Rs.50/-
  • Foreign Children - Rs.25/-
  • Still Camera - Rs.30/-
  • Video Camera - Rs.100/-

Opening Timings



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