Ariyalur District Map

District Map of Ariyalur

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The district of Ariyalur, Tamil Nadu encompasses a total area of 1,937 sq. km. Ariyalur has a total population of 69,55,24 with a substantial amount of rural population of 61,65,39 and meager amount of urban population of 78,985.

The district of Ariyalur is famous for limestone deposits. There are many industries of repute within the district that earns revenue for Ariyalur.

The car festival of Ariyalur at the temple of Kaliyaperumal attracts thousands of tourists.

Last Updated on : 08 February 2012



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