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Dindigul District: Cities and Towns in Dindigul District, Dindigul District Geography Stubs, Villages in Dindigul District, Palani, Kukka Source Wikipedia

Dindigul District: Cities and Towns in Dindigul District, Dindigul District Geography Stubs, Villages in Dindigul District, Palani, Kukka

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Published August 17th 2011
ISBN : 9781158077335
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38 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 36. Chapters: Cities and towns in Dindigul district, Dindigul district geography stubs, Villages in DindigulMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 36. Chapters: Cities and towns in Dindigul district, Dindigul district geography stubs, Villages in Dindigul district, Palani, Kukkal, Vilpatti, Chinnalapatti, Oddanchatram, Mannavanur, Pattiveeranpatti, Batlagundu, Eriyodu, Nilakkottai, Vedasandur, Poombarai, Mongupethanpatty, Kilanavayal, Sheep Research Center, Ayakudi, Kavunji, Kumbur, Athoor, Aruvankattuvalasu, Keeranur, Dindigul, Natham, Ayyampalayam, Poovaipalayam, Thirumalaigoundenvalasu, Ramarajapuram, Kasipalayam-Dindigul, Vadamadurai, Kamarajar Sagar Dam, Gandhigram, Tamil Nadu, Kalthurai, Asankodai, Neikkarapatti, Pannaikadu, Uralipatti, Agaram Panchayat, Eriodu, Ayyalur, Pithalai patty, Balakrishnapuram, Sithayankottai, Sevugampatti, Ammainaickanur, Viruveedu, Thadikombu, Sriramapuram, Balasamudram, Kothayam, Palayam, Kanyakumari, Mandavadi, Kannivadi, Dindigul, Ambaturai, Velampatty, Narikkalpatti, Oddanchatram taluk, Nilakkottai taluk, Vedasandur taluk, Kodaikanal taluk, Dindigul taluk, Kundalapatty, Palani taluk, Natham taluk, Kokkal, Kamalapuram, Dindigul, Vembarpatti. Excerpt: Dindigul (Tamil: ) is a town and municipality in the Tamil Nadu state of southern India. The name Dindigul comes from the Portmanteau of Thindu meaning pillow and kal meaning Rock and refers to the bare hill dominating the citys both land and skyscape. While it is largely known as the City of Locks, Textiles and Tannery, this piece of land sandwiched between the Palani and Sirumalai Hills has 200,000 hectares of cultivable land and agriculture continues to be the main occupation of its inhabitants. A reserved forest area of 85 hectares rich in flora and fauna enhances Dindiguls appeal. Particularly the Kurinji flowers found on the rolling green hills of lower Palani range, which bloom once in 12 years is well known. Dindigul - Fort On the hill at a height of 280 ft. In the year 1605...