A tragic attraction at a park is a place where guests are forced to endure physical and emotional abuse, and is often the result of the owner’s greed.
In this case, it is the attraction at the Rajiv Gandhi National Stadium in the city of Chennai.
The park’s website says: “There are several attractions at Rajiv’s memorial park, including an amusement park, a river boat ride and a cricket field.
There are many other attractions that will have a tragic effect on your mind and soul.”
The site describes the attraction as a “meltdown ride”.
The park’s theme park, The National Stadium, has a website that details the “death and rebirth of the National Stadium”.
A similar website, The Place of Sacrifice, also details the death and rebirth, with the following information: “You will not believe the sad truth.
Rajiv was a martyr.
He was a hero to the people of Tamil Nadu.
But Rajiv did not die of heart failure, but of cancer.
This is the truth.
In a way, Rajiv is the reason why we are here.
You will not be able to forget Rajiv, but it will be impossible to forget his death.”
The park has attracted attention for its attraction, where visitors are forced into the body of a deceased person and undergo “an intense physical and mental torture”, according to the website.
According to the site, the “pilgrimage” lasts for about two hours.
The park claims the “experience is not to be repeated in the future”.
The park also claims that “the attraction is not a traditional death-and-resurrection attraction”.
The website claims that Rajiv will be “celebrated as a hero”.
It adds that “he was the leader of Tamil people.
He fought the forces of darkness that were unleashed by the corrupt Congress Party government.”
The Rajiv Guru Temple is also a park attraction.
A website for The Guru Temple states: “The temple will be opened up to the public to celebrate the life of a hero.
He is a hero in our hearts.”
The site for The Great Sacrifice, in a section titled “A Journey Through the Great Sacrifice”, describes the death of a woman, whose corpse is placed in a tank and a torch is set ablaze.
The site states: “[The woman] has suffered tremendous agony, but she has survived.
She was buried in a pool of blood.
The torch is placed on her grave.
There is a statue of the hero.
This was a sacrifice that has brought the peace to all the Tamil people.”