Thanjavur Information



The Thanjavur information will include the information of emergency services like fire brigades, police stations, banks, hospitals, electricity supply offices, ambulance service providers, twenty four hours medical shops etc.

The emergency numbers of these establishments should be kept ready to dial immediately and ask for help during the hour of need. Some of the Thanjavur emergency numbers are given below:

  • Police – 100
  • Ambulance – 101, 102
  • Fire brigade – 238301
  • Railway inquiry – 130
  • Bank Of Thanjavur – 230425
  • Our Lady of health Hospital - 236572
  • Adventist Hospital - 226262
  • Annamalai RKR Hospital - 236196
  • Chola Hospital - 275555
  • City Hospital - 235020
Some general information on Thanjavur will be extremely helpful for the tourists and visitors in the area. Summers are quite hot here and the winters are pleasant. Tamil and English are the main spoken languages in Thanjavur. However some people also speak Marathi. Thanjavur does not have an airport of its own, the nearest airport is at Trichy but the city is well connected with rail and road networks.



Last Updated on 06 December 2011




     


     

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