Why Chennai

Why Chennai ?

The Gateway to South India Chennai also known as Madras is the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu Located on the Coromandel Coast off the Bay of Bengal, Chennai’s well designed infrastructure makes it the biggest industrial and commercial centre in South India with a major cultural, economic and educational centre.

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Water Resources

Managed by the Chennai Metro Water Supply and Sewage Board. Water is drawn from Red Hills Lake and Chembarambakkam Lake, the primary water reservoirs of the city, and treated at water treatment plants located at Kilpauk, Puzhal, Chembarambakkam and supplied to the city through 27 water distribution stations.

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In a 2013 survey titled ‘Emerging trends in real estate in Asia Pacific 2014’, Chennai emerged in the top 25 real estate destinations list in the Asia Pacific region. The city ranked 22nd in the list

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Music and performing arts

Chennai is a major centre for music, art and culture in India. The city is known for its classical dance shows. In 1930, for the first time in India, Madras University introduced a course of music, as part of the Bachelor of Arts curriculum. It is known as the Cultural Capital of South India

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Chennai is divided into four broad regions: North, Central, South and West. North Chennai is primarily an industrial area. South Chennai and West Chennai, previously mostly residential, are fast becoming commercial, home to a growing number of information technology firms, financial companies and call centres.

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Entertainment & Recreation

Chennai is the base for the Tamil film industry, known as Kollywood, AVM studio is the oldest surviving studio in India. Chennai's theatres stage many Tamil plays; political satire, slapstick comedy, history, mythology and drama are among the popular genres.English plays are popular in the city.

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Health care

Chennai has world-class medical facilities, including both government-run and private hospitals. The government-aided hospitals include General Hospital, Adyar Cancer Institute, TB Sanatorium, andNational Institute of Siddha. The National Institute of Siddha is one of the seven apex national-level educational institutions that promote excellence in Indian system of medicine and Ayurveda.


Chennai has a well-developed transport infrastructure and is well connected by air, rail, road and sea.


Chennai serves as a major gateway to southern India. Chennai International Airport, comprising the Anna international terminal and the Kamaraj domestic terminal, Chennai is one of the busiest airport in India.


Chennai hosts the headquarters of the Southern Railway. The city has two main railway terminals. Chennai Central station, the city's largest, provides access to other major cities as well as many other smaller towns across India, whereas Chennai Egmore provides access to destinations primarily within Tamil Nadu; however, it also handles a few inter–state trains.


Chennai is one of the cities in India that is connected by the Golden Quadrilateral system of National Highways. It is connected to other Indian cities by four major National Highways (NH) that originate in the city.


The city is served by two major ports, Chennai Port, one of the largest artificial ports in India, and Ennore Port. The Chennai port is the largest in Bay of Bengal and one of the largest containerise hub in India.


Chennai ranks second for Indian metropolitan city centre with a literacy rate of 90.18% and Chennai has a mix of public and private (some of which also receive financial support from the government) schools.

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