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Avinasi is a suburb in the city of Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu. It is located on NH74 and there are plans to develop Avinasi into a satellite town in the future. This part of Coimbatore is well known for its rich cultural heritage.
Budget Hotels in Avinashi
Low and mid-range budgets such as Hotel Raj Palace (Rs 1500) and Panchwati Motels (Rs 1200) can be found here.
Tamil, Hindi and English are the local languages spoken in Gandhipuram.
Events in Avinashi
Krishna Ashtami, Ugadi, VijayaDashami, Diwali, Eid and Rama Navami are celebrations that take place annually.
Places to See in Avinashi
Avinasi has more than 15 temples, few of them being Mondipalayam Sri Balaji temple, Chenniaandaver temple, Mariyammaan temple well within the distance of 20km.
How to Get There
Coimbatore Airport is 7km from the city. The airport is well connected domestically and internationally to several destinations.
Coimbatore Junction and Tirupur Railway station is a couple of kilometres from Avinasi and is well connected to all the stations across the country.
The Avinasi bus stand is one of the major bus stands in this part of the suburb as it is located on NH74. State and private run buses and TNSRTC provide service towards several other destinations across South India and further. Opt for online bus ticket reservation to renowned tourist places in India by logging on to several bus booking websites.
Melmaruvathur is a small town situated in Tamil Nadu. It is home to the renowned Adi Parasakhti Temple. The people here are friendly and live a simple agrarian life.Places to Stay
There are several comfortable and budget friendly hotels in Melmaruvathur. Some of them are the Shakthi Park Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 605), Amma Boarding & Lodging Hotel, and the Udhatam Hotel.Language
Tamil is the official language of Melmaruvathur. No other language is spoken here.Events
Pongal, also called Makar Sangkranti or Thamizar Thirunaal, is a four day harvest festival and is widely celebrated here. Diwali and Dushhera are also given importance here.Places of Interest
Melmaruvathur is a village 92 km from Chennai and houses the AdiParasakhti Temple-it is believed to be more than 2,000 years old, is worth a visit. How to Get ThereAir:
Pondicherry Airport is 66 km away and Chennai Airport is 81 km away are the nearest airports. One can take a bus or a taxi to reach either of the airports.Rail:
Marandhalli Railway Station is 6 km from the village and one can check statuses at IRCTC. Local busses can be taken to reach the station.Bus:
At a distance of 5.6 km is the Marandahalli bus stand, which is the nearest bus stand. You can log onto TicketGoose.com and get bus booking online to more than 3000 destinations across India.
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