The old town of Poompuhar was submerged in the sea. The new city of Poompuhar is in danger of sinking into rubbish.
Poompuhar is a place where the headwaters of the Kodagu hills cross many parts and kiss in the Bay of Bengal. It was once known as Maruvurpakkam, Pattinapakkam, Cholap Pattinam, Kavirip Poompattinam and Poompukar Pattinam.
Let’s just keep stacking up the pride of the florist. There has also been a shipping port. Although it has not been used properly, it has been the identity of Tamils for almost 2500 years.
A historic tourist destination that bears symbols of the ancient city of ancient Tamils.
Tamil scholars and historians continue to study the submergence of Poompuhar Pattinam , a city two thousand years ago , a multinational port and a thriving commercial city.
The road from Mayiladuthurai to Poompuhar, a historic tourist destination that bears symbols of the ancient city of ancient Tamils, was quiet everywhere.
During the election period, the roads were well paved and it was very pleasant to drive. The trees on both sides of the road, the sorghum crop, and the falcon plants mitigated the impact of the summer sun as it was cool to the eye.
Oldest town in the state of Tamil Nadu.
We approached Poompuhar with great anticipation as it is the oldest town in the state of Tamil Nadu and the place where the hero Kovalan and the heroine Kannagi lived.
Not all the entrance pillars are adorned with royal plants growing in the ruins of a cave inhabited by stone age people.
Areas leading to the beach are littered everywhere. All non – combustible plastic. The beach that needs to be kept clean looks like hell. Urine odor. Shame on you for holding your nose.
The guide board, which was placed for tourists, is hanging loose. Next, when we went to the children’s park with the children, there was no sign of the park! The seats of the skateboard and the wheel are occupied by vines and vines.
On the other hand, sessile oak trees have grown tall. It has also become a haven for poisonous animals. Bottles of wine and human waste are everywhere. Not only this, the sculptures and buildings carved in honor of the Tamils are without maintenance.
We headed to the beach only after seeing this tragic scene . When I visited the Silappathikara Art Gallery, which was set up for tourists to get to know the historical evidence, I was able to see only the inactive artificial springs.
As a testament to the sculpture, the long pillar hall, which was designed on a single stone pillar along the beach, could be seen crumbling and crumbling without adequate maintenance.
Missing doors. The pavilion complex has also become a tent for social enemies. The well-like structure adjacent to this building is very beautifully designed. But, the stench blows from it too.
If this is the case , then royal trees have sprouted at the Kovalan – Kannaki entrance arch, which is supposed to attract tourists. The concrete mix on the ramp is falling off and the wires are going to the hanging position.
Poompuhar is in danger of sinking.
Tourists are overwhelmed by the fact that they are not in a position to know anything about the history of Poompuhar.
The museum boasts of being the only undersea museum in India . Despite various attempts to carry out undersea exploration to uncover the pride of the place , they were all abandoned due to lack of cooperation and adequate funding from the central government.
For the last 10 years , the AIADMK has been the legislator of this constituency.
Poompuhar , now known as Poompuhar , is a testament to the world that Poompuhar was an ancient city.
Tourists from all over the world visit here relying on the photos on the website of the Tamil Nadu Tourism Center. Domestic and foreign tourists who visit in person are frowning.
The old town of Poombuhar was submerged in the sea. The new city of Poompuhar is in danger of sinking into rubbish. This is the current state of the city of Poompuhar. This does not take away the pride of Tamil.
Reflects the plight of Tamils. Former Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi will have released his thoughts on the birth of Poompuhar 98 as a prelude to the film Poompuhar.
Not only the people of Poompuhar but also Tamil Nadu expect that the present Chief Minister, who is traveling on his way to celebrate in a very simple manner, will fulfill his father’s hope for the city of Poompuhar.