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Chennai, earlier known as Madras or Madarasapatinam, is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. Chennai is located along the Coromandel Coast in the eastern coast of India, off the Bay of Bengal. It is a renowned centre of culture and heritage. Chennai is also an important centre of education and is home to many famous academic institutions. Chennai is a well-known centre of Carnatic music, and it has a lively theatre backdrop as well. It is famous for housing several illustrious Bharata Natyam (traditional dance form of Tamil Nadu) schools and academies. The Tamil film industry, the second largest film industry in India, is based in Chennai. Chennai is well connected with other important cities of India and abroad. The most popular means of travel to Chennai is roadways and there are many bus services available to various towns like Coimbatore, Pondicherry, Mahabalipuram, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kochi and Tiruvananthapuram among others.
Mysore, the erstwhile capital of the Wodeyar dynasty, is located in the state of Karnataka. Situated at the base of the Chamundi hills, Mysore is a popular tourist destination and a weekend getaway particularly for the visitors from Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Mysore Palace, one of the major tourist attractions in Mysore, is known for its exquisite craftsmanship, architecture and carvings. During the ten day long Dassera festival, the palace is fully lit up with lights and is worth a look. Vrindavan Gardens, situated on the banks of Krishnarajasagar Dam, is another popular tourist spot and is famous for the lit up musical fountains. A temple dedicated to Goddess Chamundeshwari, the local deity of Mysore, is situated on the Chamundi hills and is popular as a religious centre. The other tourist attractions in Mysore are the Mysore Zoo, Tipu Sultan Palace, Lalit Mahal Palace, Railway Museum and St. Philomina’s Church.