The Info List - Komarapalayam

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(குமாரபாளையம்)is a textile town situated on the bank of the Cauvery river, Bhavani River
Bhavani River
of South India, and is a taluk of Namakkal
District, Tamil Nadu, India. Komarapalayam
is also called as 'Kumarapalayam[1]' . Komarapalayam
and Bhavani
are twin cities separated by the Cauvery river. However, Bhavani
belongs to Erode
district. Komarapalayam
is famous for its textile industries. Komarapalayam
is the capital of Powerloom (விசைத்தறி தலைநகரம்).So that, it can also be called as Textile Town.[2] As of 2011, the town had a population of 71,594.


1 Municipal administration 2 Overview 3 Demographics 4 Constituency 5 Climate conditions 6 Connectivity 7 References 8 External links

Municipal administration[edit] In 1978 Komarapalayam
town was upgraded from the status of town Panchayat to the Municipality
and now taluk. And has a population of 71594 and an extent of 7.10 km2., as per Survey and Land records. The town is divided into 33 wards.[3] The Municipal Council, composed of 33 ward councillors, is headed by a chairperson who is elected by voters of the town. The councillors elect a Vice-Chairperson from among themselves. The executive wing is headed by a commissioner and he is assisted by a team of officials including a revenue inspector, sanitary officer, manager, municipal engineer, town planning inspector and other officers.[3] The annual anticipated income of the town is ₹24 million and the expenditure is ₹34 million annually.[3] Overview[edit] Komarapalayam
is famous for its textile industries and its related activities. There are many spinning mills, yarn dyeing processing units, manual dyeing units, weaving units, calendering mills, export oriented units, and related ancillary units in and around Komarapalayam. The state government, in assistance with the central government, is setting up a high-tech park for shuttle-less looms in Komarapalayam called Cauvery High Tech Park. Komarapalayam
lies between 11° 20" and 11° 30" northern latitude and between 77° 40" and 77° 50" eastern longitude. It is located about 405 km (252 mi) from Chennai, about 98 km (61 mi) from Coimbatore, and about 14 km (8.7 mi) from Erode
Central Bus Terminus and is on the Eastern bank of river Cauvery. Komarapalayam
town was upgraded as third grade municipality from the status of town Panchayat on 30 March 1978 and subsequently upgraded as Second grade Municipality
from 17 April 1984. Now it is functioning as First grade Municipality
as per G.O.M.S.No.634, Municipal Administration and Water Supply Department dated 5 July 1990. It has a population of 65,868 (2001 census) and an extent of 7.10 km2 (2.74 sq mi)., as per Survey and Land records. The town is divided into 33 wards. The Municipal Council composed of 33 ward councillors is headed by Chairperson, who is elected directly by voters of the town. The councillors elect a Vice-Chairperson among them. Komarapalayam
is noted by Kollywood as B Centre city for Tamil films. There were 8 Theatres.At present 7 are running successfully. And it is observed as one of the key center due to its labour population.As on 16.10.2010 presently only 6 theatres are running successfully.

Pincode no: 638183 STD Code: 04288


Religious census

















No religion


According to 2011 census, Kumarapalayam
had a population of 71,594 with a sex-ratio of 994 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929.[4] A total of 6,095 were under the age of six, constituting 3,126 males and 2,969 females. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes accounted for 4.43% and .04% of the population respectively. The average literacy of the town was 72.14%, compared to the national average of 72.99%.[4] The town had a total of 20439 households. There were a total of 37,106 workers, comprising 212 cultivators, 257 main agricultural labourers, 1,767 in house hold industries, 33,774 other workers, 1,096 marginal workers, 19 marginal cultivators, 15 marginal agricultural labourers, 128 marginal workers in household industries and 934 other marginal workers.[5] As per the religious census of 2011, Kumarapalayam
had 97.12% Hindus, 1.58% Muslims, 1.22% Christians, 0.0% Sikhs, 0.0% Buddhists, 0.0% Jains, 0.07% following other religions and 0.% following no religion or did not indicate any religious preference.[6] Constituency[edit] Traditionally Kumarapalayam
was part of the nearby Tiruchengode Legislative Assembly until 2011. In 2011, it was separated from Tiruchengode
and formed as a new constituency along with Pallipalayam, a nearby town.[7] In Lok Sabha Constituency (Parliamentary), it was rallied between Tiruchengode
and Erode
Parliamentary constituencies while settling for the later in the latest Lok Sabha elections held in 2009. Climate conditions[edit] Komarapalayam
has warm and sunny climate during summer (March to May) with the sun scorching around 35 to 40 °C during day time. In the months September to December the day time would be pleasant with temperature not more than 35 °C while the early mornings are usually cold in these months. Rainfall is not too extreme even during monsoon seasons. Connectivity[edit] Roadways is the primary means of transport. National Highway 47, a dual carriage highway with services roads, passes near the town. It gives access to Salem and Coimbatore
which are 56 and 107 Kilometres respectively. Government and privately owned buses are available to reach Erode, Pallipalayam, Bhavani, Perundurai, Tiruchengode, Namakkal, Rasipuram, Sankagiri, Salem, Edappadi, Mettur, Anthiyur, Tirupur
and Coimbatore
with more frequencies. There are some long distance buses available to Palani
and Chennai
but with less frequency. Overall, the town has poor bus facillity, people seek establish a new mofussil bus stand near bypass. Currently, town depend bhavani bus stand for connectivity.The nearest railway station is Erode
junction (20 km) and the nearest airport is Salem airport (72 km). References[edit]

^ " Kumarapalayam
– Namakkal". Tamilnadu State Transport Corporation - TNSTC Buses Brindhaavanam Blog (Unnofficial Blog). 2016-08-11. Retrieved 2017-03-01.  ^ " Komarapalayam
- Welcome to Komarapalayam
Online,Namakkal Dist.,Tamilnadu,India". komarapalayam.com. Retrieved 1 February 2015.  ^ a b c "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 1 January 2009. Retrieved 25 March 2009.  ^ a b "Census Info 2011 Final population totals". Office of The Registrar General and Census Commissioner, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2013. Retrieved 26 January 2014.  ^ "Census Info 2011 Final population totals - Kumarapalayam". Office of The Registrar General and Census Commissioner, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2013. Retrieved 26 January 2014.  ^ "Population By Religious Community - Tamil Nadu" (XLS). Office of The Registrar General and Census Commissioner, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2011. Retrieved 13 September 2015.  ^ Kumarapalayam
(State Assembly Constituency)

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