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Veteran Bollywood actress Sridevi visits Meenakshi Temple on Tamil New Year, tweets pictures
Bollywood's yesteryear actress, Sridevi visited Meenakshi Temple in Madurai on Tamil New Year on April 14 to seek divine blessings along with her close friends.

She took to twitter to share some photographs of her visit with her fans. She captioned one photograph as "Feeling blessed at the Meenakshi temple, Madurai on Tamil New Year. A divine experience."

Sridevi also extended greetings to everyone on the occasion of Tamil New Year celebrated on Thursday.

Tamil Nadu Governor K Rosaiah and Chief Minister J Jayalalitha also greeted people on the occasion of Tamil New Year.

In her greetings, Jayalalitha asked people to take pledge to unite together for the progress of the State. "On this occasion, let happiness and prosperity prevail to Tamils", she said.

Extending heartiest greetings and best wishes for peace, progress, unity and oneness to the people on the joyous occasion of Tamil New Year, Tn Governor Rosaiah said, "Let us resolve to mitigate Climate Change and pledge to preserve and protect the abundant natural resources for the benefit of future generations," stated a Raj Bhavan release.

The PMK Chief Ramadoss also joined other political leaders in extending their greetings on Tamil New Year.

Puthandu, Tamil New Year, is celebrated by Tamils in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry in India, Sri Lankan Tamils and Indian Tamils of Sri Lanka, and by Tamils in Malaysia, Singapore and Mauritius. On this day, Tamil people greet each other by saying "Puthandu vattukka!"

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