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Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is a town and a municipality in Viluppuram district
Viluppuram district
in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Its second largest town in villupuram District after headquarters town Villupuram. Important roads from north to south (NH 45) Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
pass through Tindivanam
Tindivanam
and similarly from west to east (NH 66).

Contents

1 History 2 Etymology 3 Geography 4 Demographics 5 Politics 6 References

History[edit] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
was early known as tinthirivanam(திந்திரிவனம்) due to the shivan (Eswaran) temple located at Tindivanam. The name of Shiva(Suyambu linga) located there is திந்திரிஈஸ்வர். (Thinthrineeswarar) with Maragadavalli Amman is a Thevara Vaipu Sthalam. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is a Selection grade Municipal Town. Tindivanam was constituted as a Municipality
Municipality
in 01.04.1949 then it was upgraded as 2nd grade Municipality
Municipality
from 03.04.1970, 1st grade Municipality
Municipality
in 22.05.98 and Selection Grade in 02.12.2008. Ennairam,[2] located near Tindivanam, has inscriptions about the Hindu shastras that date back to the 11th century. The Chola
Chola
temple of Narasimma swamy koil built by Rajaraja Chola
Chola
1 (985 –1010) and has reached 1000 years. 8,000 samanaras lived in this village. As of 2011, the town had a population of 72,796. Athur munieshvaran kovil tindivanam Etymology[edit] It was initially known as "Tinthrivanam"(Jungle of Tamarind-புளியங்காடு) where "Tinthiri" means 'tamarind' and "vanam" means 'Jungle' in Tamil. Geography[edit] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is located at 12°15′N 79°39′E / 12.25°N 79.65°E / 12.25; 79.65.[3] It has an average elevation of 58 metres (190 feet). Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is 120 km southwest from Chennai
Chennai
and 35 km northwest from Pondicherry. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is one among the three sub-divisions of Viluppuram
Viluppuram
District, Tamil Nadu. This small town lies about 65 km northwest of Cuddalore. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is divided into 234 Revenue Villages under Tindivanam Taluk. It lies in the stretch of NH-45, about 123 km from Chennai, capital city of Tamil Nadu. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is at the junction of roads going to Tiruchirapalli, Pondicherry, Thiruvannamalai, Kanchipuram, Viluppuram, Thellar, Marakkanam
Marakkanam
and Chennai. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is about 69 km from Chengalpet; it takes about 1.30 hours to reach by roadways.

Map Indicating 234 Village Panchayats under Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Taluk

Demographics[edit]

Religious census

Religion

Percent(%)

Hindu

82.16%

Muslim

11.95%

Christian

4.39%

Sikh

0.04%

Buddhist

0.02%

Jain

1.36%

Other

0.08%

No religion

0.0%

According to 2011 census, Tindivanam
Tindivanam
had a population of 72,796 with a sex-ratio of 1,003 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929.[4] A total of 7,664 were under the age of six, constituting 3,922 males and 3,742 females. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes accounted for 16.59% and .49% of the population respectively. The average literacy of the town was 78.19%, compared to the national average of 72.99%.[4] The town had a total of 17088 households. There were a total of 24,415 workers, comprising 595 cultivators, 672 main agricultural labourers, 465 in house hold industries, 19,541 other workers, 3,142 marginal workers, 51 marginal cultivators, 431 marginal agricultural labourers, 207 marginal workers in household industries and 2,453 other marginal workers.[5] As per the religious census of 2011, Tindivanam
Tindivanam
had 82.16% Hindus, 11.95% Muslims, 4.39% Christians, 0.04% Sikhs, 0.02% Buddhists, 1.36% Jains, 0.08% following other religions and 0.0% following no religion or did not indicate any religious preference.[6] Politics[edit]

Tindivanam
Tindivanam
assembly constituency is part of Villupuram
Villupuram
(Lok Sabha constituency) (up to 2009 Tindivanam
Tindivanam
was a Lok Sabha constituency).[7] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
legislative assembly:

Member of legislative assembly : Seethapathy P

Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council:

Chairman: nil ref>"Chairman - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu. </ref> Vice chairman[8] Commissioner: S.Annadurai, B.A.[9]

References[edit]

^ "Census of India: Search Details".  ^ Villupuram District
Villupuram District
Govt Website. "Narasimma Swamy Koil - Ennairam". Retrieved 5 July 2010.  ^ "Maps, Weather, and Airports for Tindivanam, India".  ^ 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 - Tindivanam". 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.  ^ "List of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies" (PDF). Tamil Nadu. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 2008-10-08.  ^ "Vice Chairman - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu.  ^ "Commissioner - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu. 

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Capital: Chennai

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Ambur Alandur Attur Chidambaram Coonoor Dharmapuri Gobichettipalayam Mannargudi Mayiladuthurai Mettupalayam Mettur Nagapattinam Namakkal Palani Pammal Pattukkottai Pudukkottai Ranipet Theni Allinagaram Thiruverkadu Thuraiyur Tindivanam Tiruchengode Tiruppattur Udumalaipettai Valparai Vaniyambadi Viluppuram Virudhunagar

First grade

Arakkonam Arani Aranthangi Arcot Aruppukkottai Bodinayakanur Chengalpattu Colachel Cumbum Devakottai Dharapuram Edappadi Gudiyatham Kadayanallur Kallakurichi Komarapalayam Krishnagiri Manapparai Palladam Panruti Paramakudi Poonamallee Ramanathapuram Rasipuram Sankarankovil Sembakkam Sathyamangalam Sivagangai Srivilliputhur Thiruthangal Tiruvallur tenkasi Tiruvarur Virudhachalam

Second grade

Ambasamudram Anakaputhur Ariyalur Bhavani Chinnamanur Gudalur (Nilgiris district) Gudalur (Theni district) Jayankondam Jolarpet Kangeyam Kayalpattinam Keelakarai Koothanallur Kulithalai Kuzhithurai Maduranthakam Melur Melvisharam Nellikuppam Nelliyalam Oddanchatram Padmanabhapuram Pallipalayam Perambalur Periyakulam Pernampattu Puliyankudi Punjai Puliampatti Rameswaram Sattur Sengottai Sirkazhi Thiruthani Thiruthuraipoondi Thiruvathipuram Thuvakudi Tirumangalam Usilampatti Vandavasi Vedaranyam Vellakoil Vikramasingapuram Walajapet

Tindivanam

Next station northbound: Panchalam South Line, Chennai
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Suburban Next station southbound: Mailam

Stop number: 41 KM from start: 125.48

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Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is a town and a municipality in Viluppuram district
Viluppuram district
in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Its second largest town in villupuram District after headquarters town Villupuram. Important roads from north to south (NH 45) Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
pass through Tindivanam
Tindivanam
and similarly from west to east (NH 66).

Contents

1 History 2 Etymology 3 Geography 4 Demographics 5 Politics 6 References

History[edit] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
was early known as tinthirivanam(திந்திரிவனம்) due to the shivan (Eswaran) temple located at Tindivanam. The name of Shiva(Suyambu linga) located there is திந்திரிஈஸ்வர். (Thinthrineeswarar) with Maragadavalli Amman is a Thevara Vaipu Sthalam. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is a Selection grade Municipal Town. Tindivanam was constituted as a Municipality
Municipality
in 01.04.1949 then it was upgraded as 2nd grade Municipality
Municipality
from 03.04.1970, 1st grade Municipality
Municipality
in 22.05.98 and Selection Grade in 02.12.2008. Ennairam,[2] located near Tindivanam, has inscriptions about the Hindu shastras that date back to the 11th century. The Chola
Chola
temple of Narasimma swamy koil built by Rajaraja Chola
Chola
1 (985 –1010) and has reached 1000 years. 8,000 samanaras lived in this village. As of 2011, the town had a population of 72,796. Athur munieshvaran kovil tindivanam Etymology[edit] It was initially known as "Tinthrivanam"(Jungle of Tamarind-புளியங்காடு) where "Tinthiri" means 'tamarind' and "vanam" means 'Jungle' in Tamil. Geography[edit] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is located at 12°15′N 79°39′E / 12.25°N 79.65°E / 12.25; 79.65.[3] It has an average elevation of 58 metres (190 feet). Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is 120 km southwest from Chennai
Chennai
and 35 km northwest from Pondicherry. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is one among the three sub-divisions of Viluppuram
Viluppuram
District, Tamil Nadu. This small town lies about 65 km northwest of Cuddalore. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is divided into 234 Revenue Villages under Tindivanam Taluk. It lies in the stretch of NH-45, about 123 km from Chennai, capital city of Tamil Nadu. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is at the junction of roads going to Tiruchirapalli, Pondicherry, Thiruvannamalai, Kanchipuram, Viluppuram, Thellar, Marakkanam
Marakkanam
and Chennai. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is about 69 km from Chengalpet; it takes about 1.30 hours to reach by roadways.

Map Indicating 234 Village Panchayats under Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Taluk

Demographics[edit]

Religious census

Religion

Percent(%)

Hindu

82.16%

Muslim

11.95%

Christian

4.39%

Sikh

0.04%

Buddhist

0.02%

Jain

1.36%

Other

0.08%

No religion

0.0%

According to 2011 census, Tindivanam
Tindivanam
had a population of 72,796 with a sex-ratio of 1,003 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929.[4] A total of 7,664 were under the age of six, constituting 3,922 males and 3,742 females. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes accounted for 16.59% and .49% of the population respectively. The average literacy of the town was 78.19%, compared to the national average of 72.99%.[4] The town had a total of 17088 households. There were a total of 24,415 workers, comprising 595 cultivators, 672 main agricultural labourers, 465 in house hold industries, 19,541 other workers, 3,142 marginal workers, 51 marginal cultivators, 431 marginal agricultural labourers, 207 marginal workers in household industries and 2,453 other marginal workers.[5] As per the religious census of 2011, Tindivanam
Tindivanam
had 82.16% Hindus, 11.95% Muslims, 4.39% Christians, 0.04% Sikhs, 0.02% Buddhists, 1.36% Jains, 0.08% following other religions and 0.0% following no religion or did not indicate any religious preference.[6] Politics[edit]

Tindivanam
Tindivanam
assembly constituency is part of Villupuram
Villupuram
(Lok Sabha constituency) (up to 2009 Tindivanam
Tindivanam
was a Lok Sabha constituency).[7] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
legislative assembly:

Member of legislative assembly : Seethapathy P

Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council:

Chairman: nil ref>"Chairman - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu. </ref> Vice chairman[8] Commissioner: S.Annadurai, B.A.[9]

References[edit]

^ "Census of India: Search Details".  ^ Villupuram District
Villupuram District
Govt Website. "Narasimma Swamy Koil - Ennairam". Retrieved 5 July 2010.  ^ "Maps, Weather, and Airports for Tindivanam, India".  ^ 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 - Tindivanam". 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.  ^ "List of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies" (PDF). Tamil Nadu. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 2008-10-08.  ^ "Vice Chairman - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu.  ^ "Commissioner - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu. 

v t e

 State of Tamil Nadu

Capital: Chennai

State symbols

Seal: Srivilliputhur Andal Temple
Srivilliputhur Andal Temple
Gopuram Animal: Nilgiri tahr Bird: Emerald dove Flower: Gloriosa lily Fruit: Jackfruit Tree: Palm tree

Governance

Governors Chief Ministers Legislative Assembly Political parties Raj Bhavan High Court Police

Topics

Cinema Cuisine Economy Government History Language Literature Music People Education Politics Temples Protected areas Highest point Wildlife Sexual Minorities Tourism

Districts

Ariyalur Chennai Coimbatore Cuddalore Dharmapuri Dindigul Erode Kanchipuram Kanyakumari Karur Krishnagiri Madurai Nagapattinam Namakkal Perambalur Pudukkottai Ramanathapuram Salem Sivaganga Thanjavur The Nilgiris Theni Thoothukudi Tiruchirapalli Tirunelveli Tiruppur Tiruvallur Tiruvannamalai Tiruvarur Vellore Viluppuram Virudhunagar

Major cities

Chennai Coimbatore Madurai Tiruchirapalli Tiruppur

Tamil Nadu

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Municipal Corporations

Greater Chennai · Coimbatore · Madurai · Erode · Salem · Thoothukudi · Tiruchirappalli  · Tirunelveli · Thanjavur  · Tiruppur
Tiruppur
 · Vellore  · Dindigul

Municipalities

Special
Special
grade

Avadi Cuddalore Hosur Kancheepuram Karaikudi Karur Kodaikanal Kovilpatti Kumbakonam Maraimalainagar Nagercoil Pallavapuram Pollachi Rajapalayam Sivakasi Tambaram Thiruvannamalai Udhagamandalam

Selection grade

Ambur Alandur Attur Chidambaram Coonoor Dharmapuri Gobichettipalayam Mannargudi Mayiladuthurai Mettupalayam Mettur Nagapattinam Namakkal Palani Pammal Pattukkottai Pudukkottai Ranipet Theni Allinagaram Thiruverkadu Thuraiyur Tindivanam Tiruchengode Tiruppattur Udumalaipettai Valparai Vaniyambadi Viluppuram Virudhunagar

First grade

Arakkonam Arani Aranthangi Arcot Aruppukkottai Bodinayakanur Chengalpattu Colachel Cumbum Devakottai Dharapuram Edappadi Gudiyatham Kadayanallur Kallakurichi Komarapalayam Krishnagiri Manapparai Palladam Panruti Paramakudi Poonamallee Ramanathapuram Rasipuram Sankarankovil Sembakkam Sathyamangalam Sivagangai Srivilliputhur Thiruthangal Tiruvallur tenkasi Tiruvarur Virudhachalam

Second grade

Ambasamudram Anakaputhur Ariyalur Bhavani Chinnamanur Gudalur (Nilgiris district) Gudalur (Theni district) Jayankondam Jolarpet Kangeyam Kayalpattinam Keelakarai Koothanallur Kulithalai Kuzhithurai Maduranthakam Melur Melvisharam Nellikuppam Nelliyalam Oddanchatram Padmanabhapuram Pallipalayam Perambalur Periyakulam Pernampattu Puliyankudi Punjai Puliampatti Rameswaram Sattur Sengottai Sirkazhi Thiruthani Thiruthuraipoondi Thiruvathipuram Thuvakudi Tirumangalam Usilampatti Vandavasi Vedaranyam Vellakoil Vikramasingapuram Walajapet

Tindivanam

Next station northbound: Panchalam South Line, Chennai
Chennai
Suburban Next station southbound: Mailam

Stop number: 41 KM from start: 125.48

Stations of the South Line of the Chennai
Chennai
Suburban Railway

Chennai
Chennai
Beach Chennai
Chennai
Fort Chennai
Chennai
Park Chennai
Chennai
Egmore Chetput Nungambakkam Kodambakkam Mambalam Saidapet Guindy St. Thomas Mount Pazhavanthangal Meenambakkam Tirusulam Pallavaram Chromepet Tambaram
Tambaram
Sanatorium Tambaram Perungalathur Vandalur Urapakkam Guduvancheri Potheri Kattangulathur Maraimalai Nagar Singaperumal Koil Paranur Chengalpattu Tirumani Ottivakkam Padalam Karunguzhi Maduranthakam Pakkam Melmaruvathur Acharapakkam Tozhuppedu Karasangal Olakur Panchalam Tindivanam Mailam Perani Vikravandi Mundiyampakkam V

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Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is a town and a municipality in Viluppuram district
Viluppuram district
in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Its second largest town in villupuram District after headquarters town Villupuram. Important roads from north to south (NH 45) Tamil Nadu
Tamil Nadu
pass through Tindivanam
Tindivanam
and similarly from west to east (NH 66).

Contents

1 History 2 Etymology 3 Geography 4 Demographics 5 Politics 6 References

History[edit] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
was early known as tinthirivanam(திந்திரிவனம்) due to the shivan (Eswaran) temple located at Tindivanam. The name of Shiva(Suyambu linga) located there is திந்திரிஈஸ்வர். (Thinthrineeswarar) with Maragadavalli Amman is a Thevara Vaipu Sthalam. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is a Selection grade Municipal Town. Tindivanam was constituted as a Municipality
Municipality
in 01.04.1949 then it was upgraded as 2nd grade Municipality
Municipality
from 03.04.1970, 1st grade Municipality
Municipality
in 22.05.98 and Selection Grade in 02.12.2008. Ennairam,[2] located near Tindivanam, has inscriptions about the Hindu shastras that date back to the 11th century. The Chola
Chola
temple of Narasimma swamy koil built by Rajaraja Chola
Chola
1 (985 –1010) and has reached 1000 years. 8,000 samanaras lived in this village. As of 2011, the town had a population of 72,796. Athur munieshvaran kovil tindivanam Etymology[edit] It was initially known as "Tinthrivanam"(Jungle of Tamarind-புளியங்காடு) where "Tinthiri" means 'tamarind' and "vanam" means 'Jungle' in Tamil. Geography[edit] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is located at 12°15′N 79°39′E / 12.25°N 79.65°E / 12.25; 79.65.[3] It has an average elevation of 58 metres (190 feet). Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is 120 km southwest from Chennai
Chennai
and 35 km northwest from Pondicherry. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is one among the three sub-divisions of Viluppuram
Viluppuram
District, Tamil Nadu. This small town lies about 65 km northwest of Cuddalore. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is divided into 234 Revenue Villages under Tindivanam Taluk. It lies in the stretch of NH-45, about 123 km from Chennai, capital city of Tamil Nadu. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is at the junction of roads going to Tiruchirapalli, Pondicherry, Thiruvannamalai, Kanchipuram, Viluppuram, Thellar, Marakkanam
Marakkanam
and Chennai. Tindivanam
Tindivanam
is about 69 km from Chengalpet; it takes about 1.30 hours to reach by roadways.

Map Indicating 234 Village Panchayats under Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Taluk

Demographics[edit]

Religious census

Religion

Percent(%)

Hindu

82.16%

Muslim

11.95%

Christian

4.39%

Sikh

0.04%

Buddhist

0.02%

Jain

1.36%

Other

0.08%

No religion

0.0%

According to 2011 census, Tindivanam
Tindivanam
had a population of 72,796 with a sex-ratio of 1,003 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929.[4] A total of 7,664 were under the age of six, constituting 3,922 males and 3,742 females. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes accounted for 16.59% and .49% of the population respectively. The average literacy of the town was 78.19%, compared to the national average of 72.99%.[4] The town had a total of 17088 households. There were a total of 24,415 workers, comprising 595 cultivators, 672 main agricultural labourers, 465 in house hold industries, 19,541 other workers, 3,142 marginal workers, 51 marginal cultivators, 431 marginal agricultural labourers, 207 marginal workers in household industries and 2,453 other marginal workers.[5] As per the religious census of 2011, Tindivanam
Tindivanam
had 82.16% Hindus, 11.95% Muslims, 4.39% Christians, 0.04% Sikhs, 0.02% Buddhists, 1.36% Jains, 0.08% following other religions and 0.0% following no religion or did not indicate any religious preference.[6] Politics[edit]

Tindivanam
Tindivanam
assembly constituency is part of Villupuram
Villupuram
(Lok Sabha constituency) (up to 2009 Tindivanam
Tindivanam
was a Lok Sabha constituency).[7] Tindivanam
Tindivanam
legislative assembly:

Member of legislative assembly : Seethapathy P

Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council:

Chairman: nil ref>"Chairman - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu. </ref> Vice chairman[8] Commissioner: S.Annadurai, B.A.[9]

References[edit]

^ "Census of India: Search Details".  ^ Villupuram District
Villupuram District
Govt Website. "Narasimma Swamy Koil - Ennairam". Retrieved 5 July 2010.  ^ "Maps, Weather, and Airports for Tindivanam, India".  ^ 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 - Tindivanam". 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.  ^ "List of Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies" (PDF). Tamil Nadu. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 2008-10-08.  ^ "Vice Chairman - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu.  ^ "Commissioner - Tindivanam
Tindivanam
Municipal Council". Tindivanam Municipality, Municipal Web Portal, Govt of Tamil Nadu. 

v t e

 State of Tamil Nadu

Capital: Chennai

State symbols

Seal: Srivilliputhur Andal Temple
Srivilliputhur Andal Temple
Gopuram Animal: Nilgiri tahr Bird: Emerald dove Flower: Gloriosa lily Fruit: Jackfruit Tree: Palm tree

Governance

Governors Chief Ministers Legislative Assembly Political parties Raj Bhavan High Court Police

Topics

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Districts

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Major cities

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Tamil Nadu

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Municipalities of Tamil Nadu

Municipal Corporations

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Tiruppur
 · Vellore  · Dindigul

Municipalities

Special
Special
grade

Avadi Cuddalore Hosur Kancheepuram Karaikudi Karur Kodaikanal Kovilpatti Kumbakonam Maraimalainagar Nagercoil Pallavapuram Pollachi Rajapalayam Sivakasi Tambaram Thiruvannamalai Udhagamandalam

Selection grade

Ambur Alandur Attur Chidambaram Coonoor Dharmapuri Gobichettipalayam Mannargudi Mayiladuthurai Mettupalayam Mettur Nagapattinam Namakkal Palani Pammal Pattukkottai Pudukkottai Ranipet Theni Allinagaram Thiruverkadu Thuraiyur Tindivanam Tiruchengode Tiruppattur Udumalaipettai Valparai Vaniyambadi Viluppuram Virudhunagar

First grade

Arakkonam Arani Aranthangi Arcot Aruppukkottai Bodinayakanur Chengalpattu Colachel Cumbum Devakottai Dharapuram Edappadi Gudiyatham Kadayanallur Kallakurichi Komarapalayam Krishnagiri Manapparai Palladam Panruti Paramakudi Poonamallee Ramanathapuram Rasipuram Sankarankovil Sembakkam Sathyamangalam Sivagangai Srivilliputhur Thiruthangal Tiruvallur tenkasi Tiruvarur Virudhachalam

Second grade

Ambasamudram Anakaputhur Ariyalur Bhavani Chinnamanur Gudalur (Nilgiris district) Gudalur (Theni district) Jayankondam Jolarpet Kangeyam Kayalpattinam Keelakarai Koothanallur Kulithalai Kuzhithurai Maduranthakam Melur Melvisharam Nellikuppam Nelliyalam Oddanchatram Padmanabhapuram Pallipalayam Perambalur Periyakulam Pernampattu Puliyankudi Punjai Puliampatti Rameswaram Sattur Sengottai Sirkazhi Thiruthani Thiruthuraipoondi Thiruvathipuram Thuvakudi Tirumangalam Usilampatti Vandavasi Vedaranyam Vellakoil Vikramasingapuram Walajapet

Tindivanam

Next station northbound: Panchalam South Line, Chennai
Chennai
Suburban Next station southbound: Mailam

Stop number: 41 KM from start: 125.48

Stations of the South Line of the Chennai
Chennai
Suburban Railway

Chennai
Chennai
Beach Chennai
Chennai
Fort Chennai
Chennai
Park Chennai
Chennai
Egmore Chetput Nungambakkam Kodambakkam Mambalam Saidapet Guindy St. Thomas Mount Pazhavanthangal Meenambakkam Tirusulam Pallavaram Chromepet Tambaram
Tambaram
Sanatorium Tambaram Perungalathur Vandalur Urapakkam Guduvancheri Potheri Kattangulathur Maraimalai Nagar Singaperumal Koil Paranur Chengalpattu Tirumani Ottivakkam Padalam Karunguzhi Maduranthakam Pakkam Melmaruvathur Acharapakkam Tozhuppedu Karasangal Olakur Panchalam Tindivanam Mailam Perani Vikravandi Mundiyampakkam V

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