Mudukulathur, a village where agriculture is the main occupation, is in Tamil Nadu’s Ramanathapuram district. Its district headquarters is located 27 km away and its capital city, Chennai, is 516 km from here. Some of its neighbouring cities include Aruppukkottai, Paramakudi, Sivaganga and Ramanathapuram. This village lies on the border of Paramakkudi, Kadaladi, Bogalur and Kamudi.
Places to Stay
There are not many hotels in Mudukulathur. Visitors to this village prefer to book rooms in Ramanathapuram. Some of the hotels here are MKM Lodge (Tariff – Rs.196), Raja Rajeswari Tower (Tariff – Rs.910), Hotel Kings Inn (Tariff – Rs.857) and Hotel Velumanickam Inn (Tariff – Rs.405).
The official language spoken in Mudukulathur is Tamil.
The important festivals celebrated in Mudukulathur are Pongal in January, Maha Shivratri in February, Tamil New Year in April, Navratri in October and Diwali during October-November.
Places of Interest
Mudukulathur has many interesting places to visit in and around the village, including religious structures, lakes, and other attractions. Some of these are Sikkal Lake (22 km), beaches at Periakulam (28 km) and Paramakudi 30 km away from Mudukulathur.
How to Get There
The nearest airport, Madurai Airport, is located 99 km away from Mudukulathur.
Mudukulathur does not have a railway station of its own. The nearest railway station is the Sattirakkudi Railway Station, located 27 km away from this village.
Many state-run and private buses ply to and fro this village and connect it to nearby cities and towns. There are daily buses from Chennai to Mudukulathur by Sri Bhagyalakshmi Travels and SRS Travels. Make use of the bus ticket coupon when you book your tickets through Ticketgoose.com’s mobile apps.