Localities in Chennai




Chennai, formerly named as Madras, is the capital city of Tamil Nadu. It is also one of the four major metropolitan cities in India. It is located along the shorelines of the south-eastern coast of India, also known as the Coromandel Coast. Popular for its beaches and scenic beauty, Chennai is the abode of the longest beach in India- Marina Beach.

Also known as the "gateway to South-India", Chennai is credited to be the centre of art, architecture, music and culture in India. It is the host to the much successful Tamil Film Industry, colloquially called Kollywood. This urban city is also the industrial base of a number of automobile, information technology, hardware manufacturing and healthcare industries. Not only this, Chennai is also the birthplace of the Indian National Congress, now known as the Congress party.

Being an important metropolitan city, Chennai is easily accessible by the major cities of India. It is well connected through air, roads, railways and seas making it easier to reach from any part of the world. Chennai is also one of the most preferable cities to live in that provides people with all the basic necessities along with a good transport system. The local means of transport includes buses, taxis, auto-rickshaws, maxi-cabs and suburban railway network. Chennai city is primarily divided into four parts- North, South, Central and West. The northern part is an industrial sector housing all the commercial and trade related activities. Some of the very reputed manufacturing factories are located in the northern localities like Ennore, Perambur, Tondiarpet, Purasavakkam and Tiruvottiyur.

The southern part of Chennai is disintegrated into a number of localities. Some of the famous pilgrimage and historical sites that are of tourist attraction are located in this region. The Chennai Airport is situated in the Meenambakkam area of the southern Chennai. Some of the localities that fall under this region are Adyar, KK Nagar, Kotturpuram, Mylapur, Saidapet, Teynampet, Thiruvanmiyur, Thiyagaraya nagar and Velachery.

The central Chennai is the commercial hub of the city. This area houses some of the oldest commercial spots as well as monuments built by the British centuries ago. The localities in this part of the city are Nungambakkam, Royapettah, Triplicane, Egmore and George Town.

The western region of Chennai is precisely a residential area. This part is less congested as compared to the other parts of the city. Some of the best apartments and planned townships are found in this area. The localities in this part include Ambattur, Anna Nagar, Ayanavaram, Kilpauk, Porur and Vadapalani.

The historical value, beautiful beaches and the art and culture of the city make this place a preferred destination.

Last Updated on 01/06/2013

 

     


     

Which State is biggest Jute producer? West Bengal is the largest producer of jute in India. India is the largest producer of jute in the world. Approximately 60 percent of the total world produce of jute is cultivated in India… Read More...
Which State is the Largest Tea producer? Assam is the largest producer of tea in India. India is one of the largest producers of tea in the world, second only to China. India recorded a total production of 1233.14 million… Read More...
Which State is the Largest Mica Producer? Andhra Pradesh is the largest producer of mica in India. For over hundred years, India had enjoyed monopoly in production and export of sheet mica in the world. Of late,… Read More...

We follow editorialcalls.org for border and boundary demarcations

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Twitter Share to Twitter Share