Madurai has well-developed infrastructures for transport. Transport modes in Madurai include road, rail, and air. Madurai Junction Railway Station is a South India railway station, and the main railway station serving Madurai Town, Tamil Nadu. The station is the railway division's headquarters in Madurai. It is well connected to all the major Indian cities. Division Madurai is the second largest by revenue in Southern Railway. It is one of the A1 graded stations in the Southern Railway. Alagar Koyil Temple is another masterpiece to be visited on a tour to Madurai, located 21 km from Madurai city at the foothills of Alagar Hills. This captivating temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, has high historical as well as religious importance. Dating back to the Sangam Era, Pandyan king Malayadwaja Pandyan is said to visit frequently. Some of the additions to this temple were done during the reign of Nayak Kings.
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