Synonyms for maraneri or Related words with maraneri

lingampalle              pallipatti              sirumathur              ramalingapuram              venkatapur              rudravaram              karisalkulam              gopavaram              venkatapuram              niraimathi              somaram              narikudi              rajwara              jitwarpur              alambadi              ramannagudem              murlipur              mallapur              belgachhi              lankapalle              bishunpur              ganeshpura              padiyur              shankarpur              magudanchavadi              raptadu              peddamandadi              bhiloda              radhaballabhpur              dilawarpur              gopalnagar              devarapalle              puraini              fatehbad              sijuwa              lachhmipur              kalmegha              mallavolu              velgode              fattepur              takkellapadu              meerpur              gopalpeta              mallaram              naguluppalapadu              mallikpur              bishunpura              purbba              thathanur              gokulpur             



Examples of "maraneri"
Maraneri is a village in the Thanjavur taluk of Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu, India.
As per the 2001 census, Maraneri had a total population of 4500 with 873 males and 880 females. The sex ratio was 1008. The literacy rate was 79.22.
Kakkivadanpatti is a small village in Virudhunagar district, Tamil Nadu, India, near Sivakasi, that includes major of Educational Institutions and Temples.Kakkivadapatti is surrounded by other villages like Maraneri, Mamsapuram, Kallamanaiackanpatti and towns Sivakasi and Alangulum.
Pazhamarneri (Palamaneri) is a small village situated on the South bank of the River Kaveri. It is located 30 km northwest of Thanjavur and 32 km northeast of Trichy. It is 2.5 km from Thirukattupalli. Even though it is a small village, the name of this village along with surrounding villages is mentioned in historical books since the Chola Period.Kulothunga CholaI created this village in memory of his wife Dhina Chinthamani and gave it to Brahmins as Brahma Desam Dhina means Surya the deity of Cholas. It once called as Dhina Chinthamani Chatur Vedi Mangalam. During the period of Mutharaiyas it was in the control of the king Perumbidugu Suvaran Maran and at that time called as Palamarnery.As one Maraneri is adjacent to this village it is called as Palamarnery in the meaning as "Old One"