My visit to Kolli Hills happened to be from Palani rather directly from Chennai as we were on a course of roundabout visiting the temple town following Thanjavur. We started from Palani after having the breakfast and reached Kolli hills by late afternoon via Dharapuram and Karur. The roads to the destination were partially a state and national highways – the NH 7, and during that course I shot some photos that made this post.
Above is a beautiful emblem I noticed at an intersection before entering the Dharapuram town. The emblem resembles a burning lamp to me and at other perspective I find fingers holding a ring with fire inside. (click photos for enlargement)
Men traveling on a mini tempo or locally known as china yanai (the Tata Ace) on NH 7 (check the photo below to know where it was shot) and being morning hours, I guess they were supposed to carried to their workplace.
Sign boards indicating the distance of the destinations ahead and aside.
View of a hillock come hill temple of lord Muruga captured from an over bridge on the same highways.
At last come’s trucks of two with load of tractors and the number plate of the truck marks MH, which I guess is transported to Maharashtra – an Indian state.