Dindigul District

Dindigul District is an administrative region in the south of Tamil Nadu, India. The district was carved out of Madurai District in the year 1985. The district is famous for its lock and tannery industries.

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Palani - History
... Mediaeval Period Palani and most of Dindigul district were part of the Kongu Nadu region of the Tamil country ... Sultaun, which were handed over to the British on the surrender of the Dindigul district after the Third Anglo-Mysore War ... in the investiture of the nearby fortress of Dindigul during the Third Anglo-Mysore War and who may have been one of a party sent to ensure the lack of resistance from the numerous small hill-forts ...
Dindigul District - Places of Worship
... There are many ancient places of Worship in this district like the Palani Murugan Temple, Thadikombu - Perumal Temple, Dindigul - Kottai Mariammam Temple,Shri Bhaktha ... Keeranur is a historical village in Palani taluk of Dindigul district and "Sri Veerunagammal" Temple in Koonur Vellampatty,"Sri Marimuthu Swamy" temple Vellam Patty ...

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