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What details you are exactly looking for ? Coimbatore is the one of the most industrialized town of South India and also known as textile capital of India . It is well connected via train and plane from all major towns of India . Coimbatore serves as an entry and exit point to neighboring Kerala State and the very popular hill station of Udhagamandalam (Ooty) is 70 kms from Coimbatore. It is the disembarking point for those who want to take the Mountain train that runs from Mettupalayam just 35 kms away from Coimbatore, regular bus services also available daily from Coimbatore to Ooty
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Hello, The latest tourist attraction is the Shiva Statue. Comibatore is a homely place and its best to indulge and see the normal daily lifestyle there.
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Coimbatore has a very vibrant city life and it offers so many things to do and explore. During my 01 month stay there, i traveled ooty, kodaikanal, munnar, and kerala. The city is well connected with trains and flight, road transport is awesome. Best option, if you are planning to explore south india. You can also visit isha yoga center of sadguru and karunya city.
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It is the second largest city in Tamil Nafu following Chennai. There are many places of interests like - Siruvani waterfalls, Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Monkey Falls, Dhyanalinga, and a very fantabulous hill station!
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It is the second largest city in Tamil Nafu following Chennai. There are many places of interests like - Siruvani waterfalls, Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Monkey Falls, Dhyanalinga, and a very fantabulous hill station!
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At a distance of 15 Kms from Coimbatore Railway Station, Marudhamalai is an adobe of Lord Murugan located on a scenic hillock at a height of 600 feet. Lord Murugan is worshipped here in the form of Dhandayuthapani. It is believed that the Marudhamalai Hills have several medical herbs and the holy shrine is said to have miracle powers to get rid of all afflictions. According to puranas, a siddha overcome by tiredness, take shelter under the shade of a Marudha tree and pray to God to help him to quench his thirst. Suddenly water sprinted out from the roots of the tree and leaped in joy, the saint worship Muruga and this place is called Marudhamalai. It is said that a snake charmer who became a Siddha lived in Pambati Siddhar Cave near the main temple and worshipping Lord Muruga and attained salvation. There are two springs on the hill namely Marudha Thirtam & Pambatti Sunai which is believed to cure a number of diseases.
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