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Primarily sandy, the beach spans about 13 km (8.1 mi), running from near Fort St.
George in the north to Besant Nagar in the south and is the longest natural urban beach in India.
The solidarity and the decorum of the youngsters for about 160 hours of continuous day and night protest made the government to turn up their eyes towards the youngsters of Tamilnadu.
The protest held at all cities and villages of Tamilnadu which made the state Government to pass the permanent bill for conducting Jallikattu.
In December 2016, then CM Jayalalitha was also laid to rest here, very close to M. In January 2017, A silent protest and rally for Amending PCA act and to bring back the banned sport which is more than 5000 years old, called Jallikattu (A bull embracing sport) was conducted by School/College Students, Youngsters and public of Tamil Nadu without any leadership and politicians.
The Marina beach was flooded with 1500000 protesters who steadily fought to bring back the culture and tradition to their native home .
Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant Duff, the governor of Madras from 1881 to 1886, who was captivated by the beach on an earlier visit to the city in the late 1870s, Ever since the harbour was built, the area south of the port has accreted significantly, forming the present day's beach mainly due to the presence of wave breakers laid for the construction of the harbour, although the coast in the northern region has undergone severe erosion.
Sports Development Authority of Tamil Nadu (SDAT) conducts regular coaching camps at the pool.
A visitor centre near the Cooum River mouth on the Marina, similar to the Marina Barrage Visitor Centre in Singapore and San Antonio Visitor Center in the United States, has been planned as part of an initiative to create awareness of the need for clean waterways. Ramachandran, former Chief Ministers of Tamil Nadu, are present on the northern end of the promenade known as the Anna Square.
Particular efforts include protection of olive ridley turtle nests along the Neelankarai section of the beach.
Marina Beach lies on the stretch of coast where olive ridley sea turtles, a species classified as Schedule 1 of the Indian Wildlife Protection Act of 1972 (critically endangered), nest during mating season, chiefly between late October and April peaking from mid-January to mid-February.