Synonyms for puliyur or Related words with puliyur

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Examples of "puliyur"
Themangalam, Puliyur, Adipallam, Sirangudi, Sikkavalam are combined together functions as puliyur village and called as Themangalam Panchayat. Puliyur is also called as Sirangudi Puliyur. Puliyur has a total population of about 3000.
Puliyur, Sivagangai dist is located near Madurai. The Pambatti Chithar temple in Puliyur is a famous temple.
India census, Puliyur had a population of 10,845. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Puliyur has an average literacy rate of 69%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 79%, and female literacy is 59%. In Puliyur, 10% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Puram Nooru along with Agam Nooru and Potruhil was dedicated to the Late Urai Aasiriyar K. Sokkalingan who wrote as Puliyur Kesigan and the dedication was accepted by the latter's daughter Puliyur Kalaiselvi in the event.
Puliyur is located at . It has an average elevation of 106 metres (347 feet).
Puliyur is a panchayat town in Karur district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
adjoining village is called "PULIYUR KURICHI" which is next to Eruvadi.
Puram Nooru along with Agam Nooru and Potruhil was dedicated to the Late Urai Aasiriyar K. Sokkalingan who wrote as Puliyur Kesigan and the dedication was accepted by the latter's daughter Puliyur Kalaiselvi in the Book Release event on December 21, 2016, Presided by Honorable La. Ganesan, the Member of Parliament for Rajya Sabha for Madhya Pradesh.
Thirupathiripuliyur () in Cuddalore is an ancient temple in Tamil Nadu, India. It is named after the Pathiri Tree and the Puliyur, a tiger-legged saint who obtained absolution in the area.
Thirupathiripuliyur in Cuddalore is one of the ancient temples in Tamil Nadu. It is named after the Pathiri Tree and the Puliyur, a tiger-legged saint who obtained absolution in the area.
Chettinad Cement Corporation Ltd has a Cement plant in Puliyur, established in 1961, majority of the populace is from the township of the company. A modern residential school and engineering college are being run by the company.
ChettiNad College of Engineering and Technology is a college in Puliyur, Karur district, Tamil Nadu, India. It runs courses in Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Its principal is Dr. C.Jegadheesan. There is separate hostel for boys and girls.
It is one of the five ancient shrines in the Chengannur area of Kerala, connected with the legend of Mahabharata, where the five Pandavas are believed to have built one temple each; Thrichittatt Maha Vishnu Temple by Yudhishthira, Puliyur Mahavishnu Temple by Bheema, Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple by Arjuna, Thiruvanvandoor Mahavishnu Temple by Nakula and Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu Temple by Sahadeva.
Saidapet is a former municipality that comprised the villages of Adyar, Mambalam, Kodambakkam, Puliyur, Saali Garamam, and Teynampet. T. Nagar, the major business hub of Chennai, was once part of Saidapet municipality. All of Saidapet Municipal Council was annexed to the town of St. George in 1946.
There was a book on Kulothunga Chola I called "Kulothunga Chola Charitai" by Thirunarayana Bhatta. A certain Kamalalaya Bhatta wrote "Kannivana Puranam" and "Pum Puliyur Natakam", works of a popular nature. The poet was awarded some tax free gifts for his works.
Puliyur is a village in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu, India. It is situated 7 km from Nagapattinam, District Headquarters and 3 km from Sikkal. The main deity is Lord Shiva called Vyagrapureeshwarar and the village in ancient days called as Vyagrapuri. There are quite a number of temples in this village such as
Puliyur Subramaniam Narayanaswamy also spelt Narayanaswami (born February 24, 1934 in Konerirajapuram Thanjavur in Madras Presidency) is a Carnatic music vocalist. He learnt music from Tiruppambaram Somasundaram Pillai, T. M. Tyagarajan and later from Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer. He awarded the Bala Gana Kala Rathnam at the age of 12. He worked in All India Radio.
Eruvadi has existed for 800 to 1000 years. The original Eruvadi village was situated on the southern bank of Nambi River, adjoining the temple and the surrounding paddy fields. The small bushed wilderness on the northern side of Nambi river was called "PULIYUR" (at present 1st street to 9th street area). The
A 600-year-old temple of Varadharaja Perumal in the village in Kovil Palayam in Puliyur was renovated with the help of well wishers and co-operation of villagers under the guidance of technical experts on Archeology. The Kumbhabishekam of the temple was held on 7 June 2010.
It is one of the five ancient shrines in the Kottayam-Alappuzha-Pathanamthitta area of Kerala, connected with the legend of Mahabharata, where the five Pandavas are believed to have built one temple each; Thrichittatt Maha Vishnu Temple by Yudhishthira, Puliyur Mahavishnu Temple by Bheema, Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple by Arjuna, Thiruvanvandoor Mahavishnu Temple by Nakula and Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu Temple by Sahadeva.