Cuddalore District Map


District Map of Cuddalore

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District Map of Cuddalore PUDUCHERRY Viluppuram Perambalur Ariyalur Nagapattinam
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Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu is spread over 3,678 Sq. km of Tamil Nadu. As per 2001 census, the district has the population of 22,85,395, comprising of 11,50,908 male and 11,34,487 female population.

Major food crops grown in Cuddalore district are paddy, groundnut, sugarcane, cholam, cambu, redgram, tapioca, greengram, blackgram, coriander, banana, maize, varagu, and cashewnut. Some other crops that are grown in the region are gingelly, cotton , groundnut, and coconut.

Popular tourist destuinations of Cuddalore district are :
  • Pichavaram
  • Vadalur
  • Srimushnam
  • Mangrove Forest at Pichavaram
  • Lignite Mines at Neyveli
  • Natrajar Temple at Chidambaram
  • Padaleeswarar Temple at Cuddalore
  • Devanatha Swami Temple at Cuddalore
  • Bhuvaraha Swami Temple at Srimushnam



Last Updated on : 08 February 2012



     


     

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