Pudukkottai District Map


District Map of Pudukkottai

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Pudukkottai district covers an area of 4663 Sq. Km. which has a coast line of 39 Kms. The district is located between 78.25' and 79.15' of the East of Longitude and between 9.50' and 10.40' of the North of Latitude.

As per 2001 census, the total population of the Pudukkottai district is 14,59,601, with 7,24,300 men and 7,35,301 female. As the land is not fertile, so agriculture is not very common at Pudukkottai. People are engaged in the mining of granite and laterite. Another source of income is the handloom industry.

Tourist come to visit the following places of Pudukkottai district:

  • Pudukkottai- archeologists paradise
  • Sittannavasal
  • Kudumbalur
  • Thirumayam
  • Kudumiyanmalai Viralimalai
  • Avur
  • Thirukokarnam Pallivasal Avudaiyarkoil
  • Sri Gokarneswara Temple, Thirugokarnam
  • Sittannavasal





Last Updated on : 08 February 2012



     


     

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