Located within the premises of Vellore Fort, Jalagandeeswarar Temple is dedicated to Lord Jalagandeeswarar and is famed for its sculptures that speak volumes about the exquisite craftsmanship of the highly skilled artisans. The temple features a giant open ground where devotees can perform prayers and sacred rituals.
Built in the memory of Lord Murugan, on the periphery of the mountains of Yelagiri, Velavan Temple is one of the most religious destinations in Yelagiri. The architectural beauty of this temple is remarkable and the peaceful surrounding of the temple offers great peace of mind. All the festivals celebrated in Tamil Nadu are celebrated here with great pomp and luxury in Velavan Temple. The best time to visit this temple is between July and August when festivals are frequently celebrated one after the other.
Located at a short distance away from Yelagiri, Jalagamparai Falls is a beautiful place located in the Yelagiri Hills of the Vellore district of Tamil Nadu. The Jalagamparai waterfalls descend from a height of 15 meters and are a hotspot for honeymooners and newlyweds. The falls can be reached after a trek of 1 hour. Then there is a famous Murugan Temple, adjacent to the Jalagamparai Falls, located within a building constructed in the shape of a lingam.
Located within the periphery of 57 square meters, Punganoor Lake is a manmade lake which is artificially created to enhance the beauty of the place. There is a beautiful floriculture garden in the vicinity of the lake where people can relax and enjoy the beauty of the lake on the other side.
Built in the form of a cake with a strong base at the bottom, Swamimalai Hills is located at a height of 4338 meters from the base level and tourists love ascending the great heights at a stretch. There are several small peaks in the neighborhood such as Javadi Hills, Pallamathi Hills and others which are easy to climb and let you enjoy the beauty of the nature from a far-off place.