The conference will be held at Mamallapuram, Tamil Nadu located 60 Km south of the metropolitan city of Chennai (formerly called Madras) and 15 Km away from Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam.
Chennai is one of the major industrial cities in India and has numerous academic and research institutions. The city is well connected by international airlines from all over the world and is one of the major industrial cities in India with numerous academic and research institutions. This southern part of the country is also well known for its traditional culture and art. Mamallapuram is famous for its monolithic rock carvings, built largely between the 7th and the 9th centuries, and has been classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This southern part of the country is also well-known for its traditional culture and art. Mamallapuram, which has various historic monuments, particularly, monolithic rock carvings, built largely between the 7th and the 9th centuries, has been classified as a UNESCO world heritage site. The 2nd India-China Informal Summit was a recent noteworthy event to have taken place in this historical town.
Pondicherry, situated about 80 Km south of Kalpakkam was a famous port city and an erstwhile French colony. The city is home to Aurobindo Ashram, Auroville, beaches, churches and temples and attracts a large number of tourists. Auroville is a universal town where people from about 45 countries, from all age groups, social classes, backgrounds and cultures, live in peace and harmony to realise human oneness. Kanchipuram, the famous temple city which is about 65 Km north-west of Kalpakkam is another popular tourist attraction.
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