Tiruchirappalli, better known as Trichy, is one of the oldest inhabited cities situated almost at the geographic centre of the state of Tamil Nadu. The city lies on the plains between the Shevaroy Hills to the north and the Palani Hills to the south and south-west. The two major rivers flowing in Tiruchirappalli are the Cauvery and its tributary, the Kollidam. It has several educational institutions of repute in South India and is a major pilgrimage hub with numerous temples and other religious places. Some of the must-see places in and around Tiruchirapalli include the various temples including the famous Rockfort temple, Srirangam Ranganathaswamy Temple, Thiruvanaikovil Jambukeswarar Temple, and Samayapuram Mariamman Temple, and St Joseph’s church. The Butterfly park, Srirangam, is a tourist attraction. The city is well connected with convenient access through air, rail and road. Weather during February is pleasant with 25-32ºC temperature.
The conference will be held at Breeze Residency, Tiruchirappalli.
All foreign delegates must travel with valid passport and visa following the applicable rules and guidelines of the Government of India. Currency exchange facility is available in most of the banks, airports and hotels in Tiruchirapalli. Credit/debit cards are accepted in most of the hotels, restaurants and shops.