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Nilakottai, Batlagundu, Athoor, Natham, Kodaikanal, Palani, Oddanchatram, and Vedasandur.
 
Nilakottai, Batlagundu, Athoor, Natham, Kodaikanal, Palani, Oddanchatram, and Vedasandur.
 
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[[Image:drawing-with-usilampatti-batlagundu-smallhighway.png|350px|thumb|Dindigul region map, Tamilnadu, South India.]]
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==Cities==
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* [[Dindigul (city)|Dindigul City]] is the headquarters of this District.
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[[Image:Dindigulmap.JPG|350px|thumb|Dindigul region map, Tamilnadu, South India.]]
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* [[Batlagundu]] ([[Tamil language|Tamil]] '''''Vattalakkundu'''''), is a town on the foothills of [[Kodaikanal]]. It is approximately forty kilometres away from Dindigul by road. There are regular buses (every 15 minutes) from Dindigul bus stand and it is a 45 minute ride to this town. Kodaikanal road railway station is on the Chennai-Madurai main railway route and is twenty kilometres by road to Batlagundu on the way to Kodaikanal Hill station. It may be noted by the travellers that not all express trains on this route stop in Kodaikanal road railway station. Batlagundu, which is on the Madurai-Kodaikanal road, can also be reached from Madurai by bus. There are regular buses (every 10 minutes) from Arappalyam bus stand in Madurai and is a comfortable 1.5 hour drive (approx. 60 km).  This area is famous for many ancient temples of worship.
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* [[Kodaikanal]] - This is a famous hill resort.
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* [[Palani]] - This is a famous temple in Tamilnadu and is one of six famous temples of Lord Muruga.
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* [[Viruveedu]] - This is in Nilakottai taluk and is 45 km from Dindigul city. This is famous for oil mills.
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* ''''Amaravati river'''' - This river is near Kodaikanal hills
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Revision as of 05:46, 2 April 2011

Dindigul District is in South Western Tamilnadu. Refer Southwestern_Tamil_Nadu

Dindigul district [1] is in Tamilnadu. Dindigul district which is in Southwestern Tamil Nadu was carved out of the composite Madurai District in September 1985. This district has many places of tourist interest like Kodaikanal, Palani temple, some historical forts and temples. This district is bound by Erode, Coimbatore, Karur and Trichy districts on the North, by Sivaganga and Tiruchi District on the East, by Madurai district on the South and by Theni and Coimbatore Districts and Kerala State on the West.

There are many taluks or sub-divisions in Dindigul district. They are Nilakottai, Batlagundu, Athoor, Natham, Kodaikanal, Palani, Oddanchatram, and Vedasandur.


Dindigul region map, Tamilnadu, South India.

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Dindigul region map, Tamilnadu, South India.
  • Batlagundu (Tamil Vattalakkundu), is a town on the foothills of Kodaikanal. It is approximately forty kilometres away from Dindigul by road. There are regular buses (every 15 minutes) from Dindigul bus stand and it is a 45 minute ride to this town. Kodaikanal road railway station is on the Chennai-Madurai main railway route and is twenty kilometres by road to Batlagundu on the way to Kodaikanal Hill station. It may be noted by the travellers that not all express trains on this route stop in Kodaikanal road railway station. Batlagundu, which is on the Madurai-Kodaikanal road, can also be reached from Madurai by bus. There are regular buses (every 10 minutes) from Arappalyam bus stand in Madurai and is a comfortable 1.5 hour drive (approx. 60 km). This area is famous for many ancient temples of worship.
  • Palani - This is a famous temple in Tamilnadu and is one of six famous temples of Lord Muruga.
  • Viruveedu - This is in Nilakottai taluk and is 45 km from Dindigul city. This is famous for oil mills.
  • 'Amaravati river' - This river is near Kodaikanal hills

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