Tiruvannamalai District Map


District Map of Tiruvannamalai

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District Map of Tiruvannamalai Vellore Kanchipuram Villuppuram Dharmapuri Krishnagiri
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Tiruvanamalai district lies between 11'55 and 13'15 North of Latitude and between 78'20 and 79'50 East of Longitude, covering an area of 6191 Sq. km. As per 2001 census, the total population is 21,86,125, which include 10,95,859 males and 10,90,266 females.

Agriculture is the main occupation of the people of Tiruvanamalai district, who are engaged in the cultivation of rice, millets, cereals, pulses, sugarcane, groundnut, gingely, and cotton.

The famous tourist places of Tiruvanamalai district are:
  • Arunachaleswarar Temple
  • Sri Ramana Ashram
  • Sri Seshadri Swamigal Ashram
  • Yogi Ram SurathKumar Ashram
  • Sathanur Dam





Last Updated on : July 8, 2015



     


     

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