Ramanathapuram District Map


District Map of Ramanathapuram

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Ramanathapuram is located between 9° 05' and 9° 50' North of Latitude and between 78° 10' and 79° 27' East of Longitude. It covers the geographical area of 4175.00 Sq. km and has the total population of 11,87,604 including 5,83,376 males and 6,04,228 females.

Some of the crops grown in Ramanathapuram district are paddy, cholam, cumbu, millets, pulses, cotton, Groundnut, Sunflower, Gingelly, chillies, coriander, coconut, and sugarcane. People of the district are also engaged in Pearl Fishery, Chank fishery, and Prawn farming. A popular small scale industry of the region is handloom industry.

The district of Ramanathapuram is a favorite destination among tourists. They come to visit the following places:
  • Rameswaram Ramanatha Samy Temple
  • Gandhamathana Parvatham
  • Devipattinam
  • Uthirakosaimangai
  • Thiruvottriyur
  • Thirupullani
  • Erwadi
  • Oriyur
  • Dhanushkodi
  • Mandapam & Pamban - The Indira Gandhi (Pamban) Bridge
  • Kurusadai Island
  • Sethu Karai
  • Sea World Aquarium, Rameswaram
  • Badrakali Amman Temple, Rameswaram
  • Nambu Nayaki Amman Temple, Rameswaram
  • Churches St. John De Britto Shrine, Oriyur
  • St. Joseph's Church, Verkodu
  • St. Santiago's Church, Olaikuda
  • St. Antony's Church, Karaiyur
  • Mosques Abdul Khabul Dhargah



Last Updated on : 08 February 2012



     


     

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