About Coimbatore

Coimbatore is a noteworthy city in the Indian province of Tamil Nadu. It is situated on the banks of the Noyyal River and encompassed by the Western Ghats. Coimbatore is the second biggest city in the state and the sixteenth biggest urban agglomeration in India. It is directed by the Coimbatore Municipal Corporation and is the authoritative capital of Coimbatore locale. It is one of the quickest developing level II urban communities in India and a noteworthy modern center in South India. It is regularly alluded to as the "Manchester of South India" because of its cotton creation and material businesses. Coimbatore is additionally alluded to as the "Siphon City" and it supplies about portion of India's necessities of engines and siphons. The city is one of the biggest exporters of adornments, wet processors, poultry and auto segments; the "Coimbatore Wet Grinder" and the "Kovai Cora Cotton" are perceived as Geographical Indications by the Government of India.

About Thiruvalla

Tirunelveli About this sound pronunciation,also known as Nellai and historically (during British rule) as Tinnevelly, is a major city in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the administrative headquarters of the Tirunelveli District. It is the fifth-largest municipal corporation in the state after Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai and Tiruchirappalli. Tirunelveli is located 700 km (430 mi) southwest of the state capital Chennai and 58 km (36 mi) away from Tuticorin.

The city is located on the west bank of the Thamirabarani River; its twin Palayankottai is on the east bank. Palayamkottai was called as the Oxford of the southern Tamilnadu. It is a hub of many schools, colleges and many important government offices. Tirunelveli is believed to be an ancient settlement of great importance. It has been ruled at different times by the Early Pandyas, the Medieval and Later Cholas, the later Pandyas, the Ma'bar and Tirunelveli Sultanates, the Vijayanagar Empire, the Madurai Nayaks, Chanda Sahib, the Carnatic kingdom and the British. The Polygar War, involving Palaiyakkarars led by Veerapandiya Kattabomman and forces of the British East India Company, was waged on the city's outskirts from 1797 to 1801. Tirunelveli has a number of historical monuments, the Swami Nellaiappar Temple being the most prominent.

Industries in Tirunelveli include administrative services, agricultural trading, tourism, banking, agricultural machinery, information technology and educational services. The city is an educational hub of southern India, with institutions such as Tirunelveli Medical College, The Tirunelveli Veterinary College and Research Institution, Tirunelveli Law College, the Government College of Engineering and much more. Tirunelveli is administered by a Municipal Corporation, established on 1st June, 1994 by the Municipal Corporation Act. The city covers an area of 189.9 km2 (73.3 sq mi), and had a population of 473,637 in 2011 excluding some Municipal corporation region.The total population is 968,984. Tirunelveli is well-connected by road and rail with the rest of Tamil Nadu and India. The nearest domestic airport is Thoothukudi Airport. The Nearest International Airports are Madurai International Airport and Thiruvananthapuram International Airport. The nearest Seaport is Thoothukudi Port.

Tirunelveli About this sound pronunciation,also known as Nellai and historically (during British rule) as Tinnevelly, is a major city in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the administrative headquarters of the Tirunelveli District. It is the fifth-largest municipal corporation in the state after Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai and Tiruchirappalli. Tirunelveli is located 700 km (430 mi) southwest of the state capital Chennai and 58 km (36 mi) away from Tuticorin.

The city is located on the west bank of the Thamirabarani River; its twin Palayankottai is on the east bank. Palayamkottai was called as the Oxford of the southern Tamilnadu. It is a hub of many schools, colleges and many important government offices. Tirunelveli is believed to be an ancient settlement of great importance. It has been ruled at different times by the Early Pandyas, the Medieval and Later Cholas, the later Pandyas, the Ma'bar and Tirunelveli Sultanates, the Vijayanagar Empire, the Madurai Nayaks, Chanda Sahib, the Carnatic kingdom and the British. The Polygar War, involving Palaiyakkarars led by Veerapandiya Kattabomman and forces of the British East India Company, was waged on the city's outskirts from 1797 to 1801. Tirunelveli has a number of historical monuments, the Swami Nellaiappar Temple being the most prominent.

Industries in Tirunelveli include administrative services, agricultural trading, tourism, banking, agricultural machinery, information technology and educational services. The city is an educational hub of southern India, with institutions such as Tirunelveli Medical College, The Tirunelveli Veterinary College and Research Institution, Tirunelveli Law College, the Government College of Engineering and much more. Tirunelveli is administered by a Municipal Corporation, established on 1st June, 1994 by the Municipal Corporation Act. The city covers an area of 189.9 km2 (73.3 sq mi), and had a population of 473,637 in 2011 excluding some Municipal corporation region.The total population is 968,984. Tirunelveli is well-connected by road and rail with the rest of Tamil Nadu and India. The nearest domestic airport is Thoothukudi Airport. The Nearest International Airports are Madurai International Airport and Thiruvananthapuram International Airport. The nearest Seaport is Thoothukudi Port.

Coimbatore Boarding Points

  • Hopes College
  • Gandhipuram Bustand
  • Airport Junction
  • Bus Stand
  • Saibaba Colony
  • Periyanyakanpalayam
  • Railway Station
  • Coimbatore
  • JEYAM TRAVELS
  • Sri Ganapathy Travels
  • Shivaswamy Road
  • Avinashi
  • Indiann Travels
  • SRS Travels Coimbatore
  • Chithode
  • Erode Bus Stand
  • Coimbatore
  • Coimbatore
  • Omni Bus Stand
  • Coimbatore Bus Stand
  • Saravanampatti
  • 100 Feet Road
  • Hope College
  • Near Bus Stand
  • COIMBATORE BYE PASS
  • Sri Kumaran Travels Gandhipuram
  • Gandhipuram Bus Stand
  • Coimbatore, Railway Station
  • Coimbatore2
  • Coimbatore
  • Omini Bus Stand
  • Ramnagar
  • Hopes Collage
  • Hopes
  • Gandipuram 1st
  • Perundurai
  • Karumatham Patti
  • Toll Gate Bypass Jn
  • Omni Bus Stand (Pickup Van)
  • Gandhipuram (Pickup Van)
  • Avinasi (Bypass)
  • Satyamangalam
  • Gobi
  • Sathyamangalam
  • Nava India Near Lakshmi Mills
  • Karumathamatti
  • Coimbatore Bye Pass
  • GANAPATHY
  • Sahara City Homes Coimbatore
  • Gandihapuram

Thiruvalla Droping Points

  • Chingavanam
  • Kumbanadu
  • Kottayam
  • Changanacherry
  • Thiruvalla Choice Travels
  • thiruvalla junction
  • After Deepa Junction
  • Thiruvalla ( Opp Private Bus Stand )
  • SALEM BYEPASS
  • Koyambed 100 ft road opp vijayakanth kalyanamandapam.0444-8609303,9367475500,9360685500 (vanpickup) ^^0444-8609303,9367475500,9360685500
  • Chengalpet toll gate
  • Maraimalai Nagar Bus Stop
  • SP Kovil Bus Stop
  • Guduvancheri Bus Station
  • Oorapakkam Bus Stop
  • Vandalur
  • Porur toll gate
  • GOLDEN TOUCH TRAVELS
  • Gandipuram 2nd Street No 1 Travels
  • Near Hopes College No1 Travels
  • L and T Byepass Avinasi road Coimbatore
  • Karumathampatty
  • Thiruvalla Opp Pvt Bus Stand
  • Thiruvakavandanoor byepass,0427-2443500,9361625500,8589905500^^Bangalore MainRaod,0427-2443500,9361625500,8589905
  • Salem By Pass
  • Malayilaparambil Travels
  • Choice Travels
  • NEELAMBUR BYE PASS
  • Ettimadai
  • Chavadi
  • Near Gandhipuram Busstand Asian TravelLink
  • Walayar Checkpost
  • L&T Byepass
  • Coimbatore By Pass
  • Second Street Gandhipuram
  • Sinduri Hotel Ukkadam
  • Aathupalam
  • Ettimadai Junction
  • Omni Bus Stand
  • ashok pillar
  • Guindy
  • Pallavaram
  • Thambaram
  • Perungalaltur
  • SRM COLLEGE
  • MAHENDRA CITY
  • silk board junction
  • Atthi Belle
  • Thiruvalla Opp Private Bus stand
  • Jc Road

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