About Nagapattinam

Nagapattinam is a town in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu and the administrative headquarters of Nagapattinam District. The town came to prominence during the period of Medieval Cholas (9th–12th century CE) and served as their important port for commerce and east-bound naval expeditions. The Chudamani Vihara in Nagapattinam constructed by the Sri Lankan king with the help of Chola kingdom is an important Buddhist structure of the times. Nagapattinam was settled by the Portuguese and, later, the Dutch under whom it served as the capital of Dutch Coromandel from 1660 to 1781.In November 1781, the town was conquered by the British East India Company. It served as the capital of Tanjore district from 1799 to 1845 under Madras Presidency of the British.It continued to be a part of Thanjavur district in Independent India. In 1991, it was made the headquarters of the newly created Nagapattinam District. Nagapattinam is administered by a Selection-grade municipality covering an area of 17.92 km2 (6.92 sq mi) and had a population of 102,905 as of 2011.

A majority of the people of Nagapattinam are employed in sea-borne trading, fishing, agriculture and tourism. Kayarohanaswami Temple and Soundararajaperumal Temple, Nagapattinam are the major Hindu pilgrimage sites. Nagapattinam is the base for tourism for Sikkal, Velankanni, Poompuhar, Kodiyaikkarai, Vedaranyam, Mannargudi and Tharangambadi. Roadways is the major mode of transport to Nagapattinam, while the city also has rail and sea transport. The town, along with the district.

About Nagercoil

Nagercoil  is a town in the southernmost Indian state of Tamil Nadu and a municipality and administrative headquarters of Kanyakumari. The city is situated close to the tip of the Indian peninsula, locked with the Western Ghats on all sides.It was briefly part of the erstwhile Travancore state, till almost a decade after India's Independence from Britain in 1947. In 1956, it was merged with Tamil Nadu.
According to 2011 census, Nagercoil had a population of 224,849 with a sex-ratio of 1,050 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929.A total of 20,241 were under the age of six, constituting 10,119 males and 10,122 females. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes accounted for 4.19% and .17% of the population respectively. The average literacy of the city was 95.35% The city had a total of 59,997 households. There were a total of 76,345 workers, comprising 244 cultivators, 1,155 main agricultural laborers, 2,271 in household industries, 67,050 other workers, 5,625 marginal workers, 110 marginal cultivators, 361 marginal agricultural laborers, 447 marginal workers in household industries and 4,707 other marginal workers.
As per the religious census of 2011, Nagercoil had 61.06% Hindus, 8.89% Muslims, 29.94% Christians, 0.01% Sikhs, 0.02% Buddhists, 0.02% Jains and 0.06% following other religions or not stating their position.

Nagercoil  is a town in the southernmost Indian state of Tamil Nadu and a municipality and administrative headquarters of Kanyakumari. The city is situated close to the tip of the Indian peninsula, locked with the Western Ghats on all sides.It was briefly part of the erstwhile Travancore state, till almost a decade after India's Independence from Britain in 1947. In 1956, it was merged with Tamil Nadu.
According to 2011 census, Nagercoil had a population of 224,849 with a sex-ratio of 1,050 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929.A total of 20,241 were under the age of six, constituting 10,119 males and 10,122 females. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes accounted for 4.19% and .17% of the population respectively. The average literacy of the city was 95.35% The city had a total of 59,997 households. There were a total of 76,345 workers, comprising 244 cultivators, 1,155 main agricultural laborers, 2,271 in household industries, 67,050 other workers, 5,625 marginal workers, 110 marginal cultivators, 361 marginal agricultural laborers, 447 marginal workers in household industries and 4,707 other marginal workers.
As per the religious census of 2011, Nagercoil had 61.06% Hindus, 8.89% Muslims, 29.94% Christians, 0.01% Sikhs, 0.02% Buddhists, 0.02% Jains and 0.06% following other religions or not stating their position.

Travel Operators From Nagapattinam to Nagercoil

Nagapattinam Boarding Points

  • New Bus Stand
  • Nagapattinam
  • nagapattinam
  • Nagapattinam
  • PUTHUR
  • SIKKAL
  • kivelur,kizh velur
  • PARAVAAI
  • nagapattiram
  • Nagapattinam Puthur By Pass
  • Nagapattinam (Raja Travels)
  • Nagapatnam
  • Velankanni_Hosur_Dropping_9842437926
  • Nagapattinam_Hosur_Dropping
  • Nagoor_Hosur_Dropping
  • Thirunallar(Karaikkal_Bustand)
  • Karaikal_New_Busstd_Opp_Vandana_VEG_Restaurant_Hosur_Dropping_8880705706
  • Thirukadaiyur_Hosur_Dropping
  • Sirkazhi_Hosur_Dropping
  • Chidambaram_Hosur_Dropping
  • Vellankani_busstand_opp_UTS
  • Nagapattinam_Puthur_ECR_Near_SS_Honda_showroom
  • Nagoor_Boarding_At_Vanjur_Check_Post
  • Karaikal_New_Busstand_Opp_Vandana_Restaurant
  • Porayar_Rajiv_Gandhi_Statue_9865511926
  • Thirukadaiyur
  • Sirkazhi_Kaikatti_Bypass
  • Chidambaram_Busstand_Opp_UTS
  • Neyveli_arch_9600711069
  • Neyveli_Township_9443208748
  • Neyveli(Mantharakuppam_Bus_Stand)
  • Virudhachalam_Opp_Govt_Boys_School_new_9842495926
  • Madurai
  • Trichy
  • Tanjore
  • Mannargudi
  • Thiruvarur
  • Velankani
  • Nagapatinam
  • Nagoor
  • Karaikal
  • Tuticorin_Nila_Travels_Near_New_Bus_9750925274
  • Ramnad_Old_Bus_Stand_Opp_Railway_Station_Arch_9994538550
  • Adhirampattinam_JS_Tvls_near_TN49_Restarent_9865934512
  • muthupettai_super_travels
  • thiruthuraipoondy_anna_selai_best_medical_center
  • Vellankani_Busstand_UTS_9842437926
  • Nagapattinam_Near_Fire_Station
  • Nagoor_near_police_station
  • Sirkazhi_Petrol_Bunk_Near_Busstand

Nagercoil Droping Points

  • Nagercoil Omni Busstand
  • Arvalamozhi
  • Arvalamozhi
  • New Bus Stand
  • Chettikulam
  • Aralvaimozhi Bus Stop
  • NEAR BUS STAND
  • Nagercoil Bus Stand
  • Nagercovil
  • Nagercoil Vadacherry Omni Bus Stand
  • Near Vadasery Bus Stand Nagercoil
  • Thovazai
  • VIRUDHUNAGAR COLLECTRATE
  • KOVILPATI NEW BUS STAND
  • TIRUNELVELI JN
  • VALLIOOR BYE PASS
  • Vadasery Omni Bus stand
  • Nagercoil Omni Hebron - 9380555944
  • Nagercoil Omni Hebron - 9380555944
  • Nagercoil Omni Hebron - 9380555944
  • vadacery omni busstand
  • Vadachery OMNI Bus Stand - 9380555944
  • Vadachery OMNI Bus Stand - 9380555944
  • Vadachery OMNI Bus Stand - 9380555944
  • Paarvathipuram - 9380555944
  • Aralvaimozhii - 9380555944
  • Kaavalkinaru - 9380555944
  • Valioor Bypass - 9380555944
  • Nagercoil Hebron Office - 9380555944
  • Paarvathipuram - 9380555944
  • Aralvaimozhii - 9380555944
  • Kaavalkinaru - 9380555944
  • Valioor Bypass - 9380555944
  • Nagercoil Hebron Office - 9380555944
  • Paarvathipuram - 9380555944
  • Aralvaimozhii - 9380555944
  • Kaavalkinaru - 9380555944
  • Valioor Bypass - 9380555944
  • Nagercoil Hebron Office - 9380555944
  • Paarvathipuram - 9380555944
  • Aralvaimozhii - 9380555944
  • Kaavalkinaru - 9380555944
  • Valioor Bypass - 9380555944
  • Nagercoil Hebron Office - 9380555944
  • Paarvathipuram - 9380555944
  • Aralvaimozhii - 9380555944
  • Kaavalkinaru - 9380555944
  • Valioor Bypass - 9380555944
  • Nagercoil Hebron Office - 9380555944
  • Paarvathipuram - 9380555944

Bus Types From Nagapattinam To Nagercoil

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