• Ranjankudi
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    Ranjakudi fort was the focus point during the Battle of Valikondah during 1751, when the British troops supported by Mohammed Ali won over the French supported by Chanda Sahib. Read more
  • Madurakaliamman
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    The Mathura Kaliamman Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Kali located in the village of Siruvachur in the Perambalur taluk of Perambalur District, India. Siruvachur is located at a distance of 5 km from Perambalur. Read more
  • Fossil Tree
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    Geological study shows that more than 120,000,000 years ago, the sea (which lies today about 100 Km. East of Sathanur) had transgressed as far as 8 to 10 Km West of Sathanur. Read more
  • S.Aduthurai
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    It is in the District of Perambalur on the National Highway adjacent to Tholudur ,on the bank of River Vellaru . Read more
  • Thandayuthapani Temple
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    The Ancient Arulmigu Ekambareswar and Thandayutha Pani Swami Temples are situated in Chettikulam Village, Perambalur District. The above temples were built by King Kulasekara Pandian, some 500 years ago . Read more
  • Valikandapuram
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    Valikandapuram is a Village in Veppanthattai Taluk in Perambalur District of Tamil Nadu State, India. It is located 11 KM towards North from District head quarters Perambalur. Read more
  • Ekambareswar Temple
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    This is an ancient temple built by Paranthaka Chola. Lord Vinayaka is adored as Varaguna Ganapathi. The temple is famous for its Kubera sculpture showing the Lord of Wealth on His Fish vehicle. Read more

Perambalur Collectorate


 Composite Perambalur District came in to existence after trifurcation of Tiruchirappalli district with effect from 30.09.1995 as per G.O MS.No 913 Revenue / Y3 dated 30.09.1995. In the Government Orders G.O (Ms)No. 656, Revenue, Dated. 29.12.2000 and G.O (Ms)No. 657, Revenue, Dated. 29.12.2000 , the Government ordered Perambalur District to be bifurcated into two Districts , Perambalur District with headquarters at Perambalur and Ariyalur District with headquarters at Ariyalur. Subsequently, in the Government orders G.O (Ms)No. 167, Revenue, Dated. 19.4.2002, and G.O (Ms)No. 168, Revenue, Dated. 19.4.2002 , Government ordered that the above two districts be merged into one as Perambalur District with headquarters at Perambalur.    More>>>>