Sangam Hotel Madurai,together with Encore Events is organizing ‘Kollywood Masala’,an extravagant and entertainment rich event to bid a fitting farewell to year 2014 and to usher in the new year, 2015!
The event commences at 7pm and is packed with a list of performances which includes stand up comedy,dance and mimicry. It will be SriRam and Preethi of Vijay TV fame who will be anchoring the evening. The dance team led by Master Vinoth(Ungalil Adutha Prabhudeva) will be performing their act and also,there is stand up comedy and mimicry by team ‘Asatha Povathu Yaaru’. Paapoo who is with the Sivamani group will be performing a drum show. There is also karaoke,tattoos,a lucky draw and a lot more!Kingfisher and Pepsi are the official sponsors.
The event promises to be a great evening for you to bring in the new year in the most fun filled way.Reserve your passes today!
Sangam Hotel, Trichy along with Softy events plans to organize one of the biggest New Year party in the city’s history. Better and bigger than before, Sangam Hotel’s “Rejoice 2015″ has many family-centric entertainment extravaganzas – such as live musical event, dance shows, and gaming arcades – so as to make your New Year’s Eve memorable.
As part of the event you can indulge in intercontinental buffets, musical events, dance and fireworks shows. Sway to the melodious voice of Star Vijay Super Singer Santhosh Balaji and dance to the foot tapping records by youth icon DJ Maddy. Afterwards, there will be a scintillating dance choreography by Team Softy and MC Priya will be our guest on stage, to guide you through this exciting show of colours, music and talent.
“Rejoice 2015″ is packaged as a family entertainer. Let your kids enjoy engaging games, a sumptuous buffet, lucky draw prizes and a riveting fireworks show when the clock strikes 12.
Mark your dates !
Venue: Sangam Hotels, Trichy
Date: 31 December,7 pm onwards
Entry Fee (all inclusive of buffet charges and show tickets): INR999 (for child), INR1999 (for Adult), INR2999 (for a couple)
Hurry, limited seats due to the rush of inquiries! Book your seats today for an unforgettable New Year’s Eve at Collector’s Office Road, Trichy -1. Do call us at 0431-4244506/520 or in our official number 98433 48542/ 97877 04852/96552 28221 to avail the tickets.
Sangam Hotels would like to extend our gratitude to our sponsors - Kingfisher and Pepsi for their encouragement and support.
Treat your taste buds with delicious food feast on “The world tourism day” with South India’s popular hotel, Sangam Hotels. Sangam Hotels proudly presents “The World on a Platter” on 27th September to 5th October, 2014. People of all ages can enjoy the feast without restrictions. Bring your family to Feast filled with mouthwatering meals.
Please join us to experience a very personalized event at Pool Side.
Date: 27.09.2014 to 05.10.2014
Timing: 07pm to 11pm
Venue Pool Side
The Tamil epic Silappathikaram details the story of Kovalan, the son of a wealthy merchant from Kaverippattinam who married Kannagi. Kovalan leaves Kannagi enamored with Madhavi, a danseuse, on whom he gradually spent all his wealth. He ultimately incurs heavy loss in his trade and goes back to Kannagi. The couple moves to Madurai, with a hope to revive the trade and regain the lost fortune. At Madurai when the merchant offered to sell his wife’s anklet, the local goldsmith brought the anklet before the Pandya king and made the king to believe that it was his queen’s lost anklet. The king immediately passed the orders of beheading Kovalan even without examining the accused.
Temples, first rock-cut type and then made of stones, made their appearance from the 8th century. The architecture of temple generally confines to five basic shapes; Caturasra (square), Ayatasra (rectangular), Vrittayat (elliptical), Vritta (circular), Astasra (octagonal).
The plan of a temple is dictated by the nature of the deity. For example the shrine of the reclining Ranganatha can only be rectangular. The early 7th century saw the rise of monolithic temples carved out of the rock, like the monuments in Mahabalipuram. The mid 8th century Vaikuntha Perumal has an interesting arrangement of three sanctums, one above the other, within the body of the superstructure.