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.
Vasudevanallur is a small town in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The nearest major urban hub, which also happens to be the district headquarters, is Tirunelveli at a distance of 80 km south. Vasudevanallore is very close to the Ranni Forest Division (which lies to its west), which acts as a boundary between Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
Places to Stay
One is forced to put up in Tirunelveli for the night. There are a couple of good budget hotels in the city. Some of the options which are worth a try are Hotel MNH Royal Park (Tariff – Rs. 500), Sri Janakiram Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 800), Sri Bharani Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 750), Nainar Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 600) among others.
The official language the area is Tamil. English is also understood.
The important festivals celebrated are Ganesh Chathurthi in August-September, Ugadi in March-April and Diwali in October-November.
Places of Interest
The village in itself does not have great places of interest unlike the neighbouring Kerala. Some of the places worth visiting in the neighbouring city of Tirunelveli are Kanthimathi-Nellaiyapper Temple, Agasthiyar Falls, Vettuvan Koil Temple, Suyambulingaswamy Temple and others.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is the Trivandrum International Airport at a distance of 146 km.
The Tirunelveli Junction Railway Station is the nearest major railway station at a distance of 79 km.
Various state transport buses as well as private buses connect the village to different cities in the region. Parveen Travels and Kallada Travels are some of the operators active in this region. Buses for the area are available from Tirunelveli. Making use of bus ticket coupons are the best way to get discounts while booking your tickets.