Demographics of Kodaikanal



To know Kodaikanal, knowledge about the demographics of Kodaikanal is very essential. The town of Kodaikanal covers an area of almost 23 Square Kilometers and has a total population of almost 33,000.

The Demographics of Kodaikanal states that the literacy rate of Kodaikanal is almost 78%, which is comfortably higher than the national average.

Even the female literacy rate of 73% is much higher than the national average. The male literacy rate in Kodaikanal is 82%. Children under six years of age constitute almost 11% of population of Kodaikanal. The main languages spoken in Kodaikanal are English and Tamil.

The small city of Kodaikanal is situated at an altitude of more than 7000 Feet. Fondly called the 'Princess of Hill Stations', Kodaikanal lies within the Dindigul District of the state of Tamil Nadu.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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