Synonyms for varagur or Related words with varagur

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Examples of "varagur"
Varagur was originally known as "Bhoopati Rajapuram". When Great saint Narayana Theertha swamigal came here from Andhra Pradesh, the village was called as Varahapuri. Varagur is also known as "Bhooloka Vaikuntam" (Heaven on earth) before 1000 years.
The residents and devotees of Varagur have been celebrating Tharangini Mahotsav every year, all popular artists are performing Tharangam in front of Lord Venkateswara Perumal who has given Darshan to Sri Narayana Theerthar. Later on Sri Narayana Theerthar, the composer of Krishna Leela Tharangini, attained mukti at Varagur.
Varagur is a village in Thiruvaiyaru block, Thanjavur district of Tamil Nadu state. Thiruvaiyaru is 18 kilometers and Thanjavur is 27 kilometers away from the village.
Literacy rate of the village is 75%. Male literacy rate is 80% and female literacy rate is 70%. 2134 people out of 2833(the total population of Varagur) are literate.
Sri Narayana Tirtha attained Mukti(Became one with Lord Venkatesa Perumal) in 1745 at Varagur in Thanjavur Dist. Slokam Number 94 in Krishna Sikyotsavam is an evidence for the same.
This fossil is of a conifer, measures around 18 meters long and a geological treasure. Similar fossilized tree trunks have been found in nearby Varagur, Anaipadi, Alundalippur, and Saradamangalam, all located within a 10 km radius of Sathanur.
Thammampatti, Naduvalur, Unathur, Veppanatham, Varagur, Siruvachur, Maniviluthan, Kattukkottai, Sadasivapuram, Sarvoy, Deviakkurichi, Talaivasal, Pattuthurai, Navakkurchi, Puthur, Nathakkarai, Periyeri, Aragalur, Thiyaganur, Arathi Agraharam, Mummudi, Kamakkapalayam, Vadakumarai, Thenkumarai, Sathapadi, Panavasal, Navalur, Sitheri, Govindampalayam and Pallipalayam, anayampatti, anayampatti puthur,thedavoor and other villages.
Siruvachur is a town located at the extreme north of Salem district, Tamil Nadu, India. It is about north of Thalaivasal. Nearby villages include Veppanatham, Unathur, Varagur, Puthur, Anna Nagar, Bharathi Nagar, Pattuthurai, Salai Amman Nagar and Ponnoli Nagar. This village is known for Sri Madhura Kaliamman temple in which goddess sri Madura Kaliamman is the main Deity.
Parangipettai is a village in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, India. Administratively, Parangipettai is under the Chidambaram Taluk of Cuddalore District, Tamil Nadu. In the 2011 census 469 people were reported as living in Parangipettai. The village of Parangipettai is .5 km west of the panchayat village of Varagur, and 1.5 km southeast of Annamalai University.
Varagur is situated on the banks of Kudamurutti River, a tributary of Kaveri river. Sri Venkatesa Perumal Kovil and Sri Maha Kailasanatha Kovil are famous and ancient temples constructed here. This is the village where the great saint Narayana Theertha swamigal who composed the famous songs Tharangini, attained Deva mukti after he received the Vishwaroopa dharshan of Lord Venkatesa Perumal.