Bottom view towards Pillar Rocks Valley in Kodaikanal Hill Station South India

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Bottom view towards Pillar Rocks Valley in Kodaikanal Hill Station South India
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Pillar Rocks six and a half miles from the Lake bund has imposing rocks that make an ideal place for picnics 3 boulders stand shoulder to shoulder vertically measuring to a height of about 122 mts The view from the mini garden is fantastic and below the rocks there are several caves and chasms for the adventurous Kodaikanal Located 120km away from Madurai Kodaikanal is a beautiful hill station at an altitude of about 2133 mts on the southern tip of upper Palani Hills in the western ghats Delicious home made chocolate is a speciality of Kodaikanal and is available in many shops in town In 1845 Kodaikanal was exploited as a hill station in the Palani Hills at 7375 ft The Palani Hills were first surveyed by British Lieutenant ward in 1821 In the Palani Hills there are tribes of two kinds the Paliyans and the Puliyans The Hill Station of Kodaikanal was created to serve the needs of the British and Europeans in India Then in the 20th century an indian elite visited Kodaikanal and purchased property and utilised the facilities of British and Americans and thus later become a mixture of different plural Societies