Thyagaraya Nagar

Thyagaraya Nagar or T. Nagar is a foremost commercial hub in the city of Chenai. The place is located in the southern precincts of the city and has been named after a distinguished leader, P. Thyagaraya, of the Tamil Nadu state. The adjoining regions of Thyagaraya Nagar include Teynampet, West Mambalam and Azeez Nagar. In fact, the place has been referred by many as East Mambalam. The region provides some of the best shopping centres, business establishments, accommodation providers and other commercial enterprises.Thyagaraya Nagar houses some well maintained parks. The parks are special features in the heart of the commercial centres, place one would hanker for amidst the cities hustle and bustle. Parks like Natesan Park, Panagal Park and Jeeva Park are real gifts in the city suburbs. The markets of Thyagaraya Nagar are known places to shop in Chennai. The T.Nagar Market, Pondy Bazaar, Annai Sathya and Sarvana are replete with shops and stores that sell a whole lot of the products. Garments, jewellery, electronic products, toys are largely available at these places. The Food World, located on the Gopathi Narayanaswamy Road is one of the best places to buy the eatables. Thyagaraya Nagar features a number of accommodation and catering facilities that are provided by hotels and restaurants located here. Amongst the hotels some reputed ones include Residency, Dee Cee Manor and Sabari. The place is quite popular owing to the presence of many budget hotels. The Arasappar Chettinadu Restaurant is a popular place for an outside dinner.A good number of banks, health care units, schools and banks are located in the suburbs of Thyagaraya Nagar. A number of cinema halls provide popular means of entertainment in the region.Accessibility
Thyagaraya Nagar constitutes is epicentric with five major road links spreading to the east, west, north and south of Chennai. The place consists of a network of roads that help in commuting from other parts of the city and the sub urbs itself. Gopathi Narayanaswamy is the major road link that directly connects it with the city center. The city center is about 7 kms far from Thyagaraya Nagar.
The raiway station at Mambalam, less than 2 kms west of Thyagaraya Nagar provides access via train.
Chennai Airport lies to the west of Thyagaraya Nagar and about 7 kms from it. Areas Under Thyagaraya Nagar
Azeez Nagar
Places to Stay
.. GRT Grand Days .. Hotel Benz Park Tulip .. The Residency.. Hotel Dee Cee Manor
.. Quality Inn Sabari.. Hotel Ganga International.. Hotel Glm Meridian.. Paying Guests.. Service Apartments
Places to See
.. ISKCON Temple.. Kamaraj Memorial House.. Natesan Park.. Guru Nanak Sat Sangh
Food & Dining
.. Restaurants.. Pubs/Bars.. Coffee/Cafes
.. Amusement Parks.. Art Galleries.. Auditoriums.. Cinemas
.. Colleges.. Institutions.. Schools.. Play Schools
.. Blood Banks.. Diagnostics Centers.. Doctors.. Health Clubs .. Hospitals.. 24hr Chemists
Shopping & Services
.. Beauty Parlours.. Courier Services.. Departmental Stores.. Estate Agents.. Florists.. Housekeeping Services
.. Packers & Movers.. Places to Shop.. Shopping Malls.. Taxi & Cabs.. TailorsWest Chennai
- Ambattur
- Anna Nagar
- Ayanavaram
- Kilpauk
- Porur
- Vadapalani
North Chennai
- Ennore
- Perambur
- Pozhal
- Purasavakkam
- Tiruvottiyur


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