Following the Big Temple visit we moved to an Amman temple, naming ‘Punnainallur Mariamman’ which seems so renowned and a older one in Thanjavur and somehow 7km from big temple. It was also a big temple, occupying a lot of space outside the temple with rows of shops sheltered by cement roof sheets. I wasn’t interested by going inside the temple and not knowing a wheel chair could enter freely, but nice to see the temple itself provides wheel chair and being non able to avoid the parent’s force I went inside. It’s been a very long time I entered an Amman temple, after a lot of time accompanying mom in scholar days, it sense something strange for me.
The room was very spacious to accommodate 5 of us and pretty cool due to blowing a/c and through it was comfortable, slumber was something struggled. The other day we wake up leisurely and I went out to see the guest house has a beautiful garden and quiet neat environment to attract me seemingly. There was the Geiger tree (also known as Cordial Sebestena or Scarlet Cordial) to bloom in pretty orange was down to earth from its clusters and it was so nice capturing the vivid flower hold it to hand. The garden was very green with little footbridges and very small canals painted in white and blue indicating the house belongs to PWD. Few meters away flows the Cauvery wholly caressing the banks of river which’s floating was well alike the backwaters of Kerala. Even there wasn’t heavy rain derives from the season by then, the least to overflow canals gaze me in happiness. It was the overall feeling from the tour to Thanjavur.