Madurai is one of the significant urban communities in the Indian State of Tamil Nadu. It is the regulatory base camp of Madurai District, the second biggest city in Tamil Nadu and 25th most populated city in India.Located on the banks of River Vaigai, Madurai has been a noteworthy settlement for two centuries.
Madurai is nearly connected with the Tamil dialect, and the third Tamil Sangam, a noteworthy gathering of Tamil researchers said to have been held in the city. The written history of the city returns to the third century BCE, being referenced by Megasthenes, the Greek envoy to the Maurya realm, and Kautilya, a pastor of the Mauryan ruler Chandragupta Maurya. Indications of human settlements and Roman exchange joins going back to 300BC are clear from unearthings by Archeological Survey of India in Manalur.The city is accepted to be of critical vestige and has been ruled, at various occasions, by the Pandyas, Cholas, Madurai Sultanate, Vijayanagar Empire, Madurai Nayaks, Carnatic kingdom, and the British East India Company British Raj.
The city has various verifiable landmarks, with the Meenakshi Amman Temple and Tirumalai Nayak Palace being the most conspicuous. Madurai is a critical mechanical and instructive center in South Tamil Nadu. The city is home to different car, elastic, synthetic and stone assembling businesses.