A mining and power generation township in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu, Neyveli is one of the modern, well-planned townships in the country. A Township that was developed after lignite mining started in the region; Neyveli houses power plants that generate a large percentage of thermal power in the state. Well-connected by rail and road, the township has many places of worship and also has some of best educational institutions in the region.
Budget Hotels in Neyveli
There are many hotels in Neyveli. Tourists’ visiting the place can stay at Hotel Radha, Blue Diamond Hotel and Restaurant and Sri Venkateswara Hotel that offers rooms from Rs.800 onwards.
Tamil is commonly spoken in this region
Events in Neyveli
All annual festivals like Dussehra, Diwali, Ramzan and Christmas are celebrated here. Thaipoosam festival at the Villudayanpattu temple of Lord Murugan and the 'Panguni Uthiram' festival for the Lord Murugan at Villudayanpatti Temple are special in Neyveli.
Places to See in Neyveli
The samathi of Saint Vallalar Sri Ramalinga (7kms), the Natarajar Temple, which has the largest Panchaloha idol and the first in Asia, the 600-year old Khasi Vishwanathar temple at Vadakku Vellur, a mosque, church and Jain temple are located within 1km of the bus stand.
How to Get There
The nearest airport is at Puducherry
Neyveli has its own Railway Station
Neyveli Bus Stop provides regular bus service that connects the place to neighbouring towns. There are a great number of private bus operators like KPN Travels, Hindusthan Travels, ARC Travels and Universal Travels that run regular buses to and from the town. Avail of bus ticket offer when you book your tickets through Ticketgoose.com.
Thuvarankurichi, also known as Tovarankurichchi, is a sparsely populated hamlet based in Tamil Nadu state of India. Some of the neighbouring villages of Thuvarankurichi include Puthanatham, and Marungapuri. Dindigul, Madurai and Tiruchirapalli are the nearby cities that are close to Thuvarankurichi.
Places to Stay
Thuvarankurichi is a small village and offers mostly home stays and lodges to the visitors. Marungaapuri which is 7 km north of Thuvarankurichi has some good budget hotels. Some of them include Sangam Hotel(Tariff – Rs. 800), Hotel Meenakshi (Tariff – Rs. 1500) and Jayant Palace Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 800).
The official spoken language of Thuvarankurichi is Tamil.
Some of the festivals and events that are celebrated in Thuvarankurichi include Pongal (January) and Vinayaka Chaturthi (September).
Places of Interest
Some of the places around Thuvarankurichi that attract tourists include Tiruchirapalli (55 km), Madurai (180 km) and Thanjur (121 km).
How to Get There
The nearest airport to Thuvarankurichi is the Civil Airport at Tiruchirapalli. It is located about 64 km away from Nachandupatti.
Thuvarankurichi town does not have its own railway station. The nearest one is at Marungapuri which is approximately 7 km away from the village.
There are daily bus services to, Madurai, Chennai, Tiruchirapalli and Thanjur from Thuvarankurichi. Some of the bus operators that offer good service to passengers include Joy Travels, Kallada Travels and SRM Travels. There are several bus booking portals that provide bus booking online offers from time to time.