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About Tamilnadu

Tamilnadu's initial website with complete data of Tamilnadu districts, towns, cities, tourist places, hospitals, theatres, hotels, and a lot of details. Tamil Nadu literally The Land of Tamils or Tamil Country is one in all the twenty-nine states of India. Its capital is Chennai (formerly called Madras), the most important and largest city. This province lies in the southernmost part of the Indian Peninsula and is bordered by the union territory of Puducherry and also the states of Kerala, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh.

Madras state was fashioned in 1956 and renamed Tamil Nadu on January 14th, 1969. Tamil Nadu is the eleventh largest state in India by space. Tamilnadu is the native land of Tamil folks and the Tamil Language. The Language has been in written form 5000 years back and spoken long before that.

Tamil Nadu History
It is aforesaid that what we call the Kumarikandam and the Lemuria continents as vouched by the European historians are one and same. So, it's confirmed that the history of Tamils began in the Lemuria era itself. Kaveripoom-pattinam and Vaanagiri's findings of Chola gold coins of Roman gold coins reveal that Tamil people survived in ocean Trade with numerous countries across the globe in those days. Sangam Period is described as the Golden Period of Tamilnadu. This state was ruled by the most powerful kings like Chera, Chola and Pandya, and Pallavas. Subsequently, Mughals, Nayaks, and Europeans entered Tamilnadu. India got Independence on the fifteenth of August 1947. Andhra Kesari T.Prakasam became the primary chief minister of the Madras Presidency.

Tamil Nadu and Tamil People
Tamil People are conjointly referred to as Tamils or Tamilians. Nearly 70 million Tamil People live in countries like Australia, United States, Europe, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Mauritius other than Tamil Nadu.

Tamil Nadu People's Culture
Tamil People were considered to be one of all the ancient races who were best at agriculture, crafts, art, literature, culture, and language. They also laid more special importance on blood relationships, notably on the maternal facet, thus the concept of joint family, race, region, and language occupied pride of place.

Tamil Nadu Arts
Bharatha Natyam is a distinctive style of Dance in Tamil Nadu. Also, Bharatha Natyam is an ancient and classic style of dance. The ragas of Karnatic music conjointly originated from Tamil Music. Notable Heroic Games of Tamil Nadu are "Silambam", "Boxing" and "Jallikattu".

Tamil Literature
Tamil Literature has a long and glorious past. Its 5 grand epics are Silappathikaram, Manimehalai, Kundalakesi, Seevaha sinthamani, and Valayapathi. The traditional traits in literature are Periya puranam, Thevaram, Thiruppavai, Thiruvembavai, Seerapuranam, and Thembavani.

Tamil Nadu Food
Tamil Culinary art or Cuisine includes Dosai, Idly, Vadai, Pongal, and Uthappam. These dishes are served with Sambar, Rasam, Kootu, Aviyal, Chatni, and Poriyal. The Chettinad region is known for its spicy non-vegetarian culinary art. The Tirunelveli region is additionally celebrated for Wheat Halwa. The nourishment culture and the fast food culture are witnessing a gentle growth in Tamilnadu in recent years.

Tamil Nadu Festivals
A lot of Historic Festivals have been celebrated in Tamil Nadu. Famous Festivals are Pongal, Deepavali, Kaarthikai Deepam, Navarathri, Ayudha Poojai, Vinayakar Chathurthi, Ramzan, Bakrid, Easter, and Xmas.

Tamil Nadu Agriculture
Tamilnadu has historically been an agricultural state. At present, Tamil Nadu is India’s second biggest producer of rice, next to Punjab where there is a perennial supply of irrigation. The Cauvery delta region of the combined Tanjore district is well known as the “rice bowl of South India”. Tamil Nadu is the largest producer of flowers, vegetables, fruits, and spices.

Borders of Tamilnadu

  • North - Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh States
  • South - Indian Ocean
  • East - Bay of Bengal
  • West - Kerala State

Chennai Courts

  • Total Number of Courts in Chennai: 104
  • Fast Track Courts in Chennai: 5

Tamilnadu Courts

  • Total Number of Courts in Tamilnadu: 722
  • District Courts in Tamilnadu: 32
  • Evening courts in Tamilnadu: 56
  • Fast track courts in Tamilnadu: 49

Tamilnadu Administrative Units

  • District Statistics - 32
  • Revenue Divisions - 76
  • Taluks - 226
  • Municipal Corporations - 10
  • Municipalities - 125
  • Town Panchayat - 561
  • Revenue Villages - 16,564
  • Panchayat Unions - 385
  • Village Panchayats - 12,618
  • Lok Sabha Constituencies - 39
  • Rajyasabha Constituencies - 18
  • Assembly Constituencies - 234

Tamilnadu Transportations

  • Rail Route Length - 5,952 km
  • Road Route Length - 1,93,918 Km
  • Airports - 7 (4 International and 3 Domestic)
  • Seashore - 1,076 Kilometers
  • Total Railway Stations - 532
  • Transport Divisions - 8
  • Tamilnadu Ports - 12 major ports and 200 non major ports

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