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Uthukkottai taluk

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Uthukkottai taluk is a taluk of Tiruvallur district of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The headquarters of the taluk is the town of Uthukkottai.

Demographics

According to the 2011 census, the taluk of Uthukkottai had a population of 149,991 with 74,079 males and 75,912 females. There were 1025 women for every 1000 men. The taluk had a literacy rate of 62.34. Child population in the age group below 6 was 7,803 Males and 7,581 Females.[1]

Points of interest

  • Sri Bhavani Amman Temple in Periapalayam
  • Surutapalli Pallikondeswarar Temple,
  • Gangaikonda cholapuram temple a UNESCO site in Gangaikonda cholapuram is nearly 2 km from the taluk[2] about 2 km from the town of Uthukkottai, has the only "Sayana Sivan" (sleeping Siva), which is called 'Pallikondeswarar.

Towns and villages

Uthukkottai Taluk has one town, the panchayat town of Uthukkottai, and eighty-eight villages. At the 2011 census, three of the villages had populations over 5000: Pennalurpet, Periyapalayam, and Vadamadurai. The villages are:[3]

  • Adhilivakkam
  • Akkarapakkam
  • Alapakkam I
  • Alapakkam II
  • Alinjivakkam
  • Amindanallur
  • Ammambakkam
  • Ananderi
  • Annadanakkakavakkam
  • Ariapakkam I
  • Ariapakkam II
  • Ariyathur
  • Athangikavanur
  • Athupakkam
  • Attrambakkam
  • Avicheri
  • Boochiathipattu
  • Devandavakkam
  • Edambedu
  • Ellapuram
  • Enambakkam
  • Gerugambakkam
  • Goonipalayam
  • Govindarajakuppam
  • Gurupuram
  • Kadarvedu
  • Kaiyadai
  • kammarpalayam
  • Kakkavakkam
  • Kalavai
  • Kalpattu
  • Kannigaipair
  • Katchur
  • Kilakarmanur
  • Koorambakkam
  • Korakkanthandalam
  • Kottakuppam
  • Kunjaram
  • Lachivakkam
  • Madavilagam
  • Maduravasal
  • Mambakkam
  • Mamballam
  • Mambattu
  • Manjankaranai
  • Melakaramanur
  • Melandur
  • Melmaligaipattu
  • Meyyur
  • Mylapore
  • Nambakkam
  • Nayapakkam
  • Neiveli
  • Nelvoy
  • Oddappai
  • Pagalamedu
  • Palavakkam
  • Panapakkam I
  • Panapakkam II
  • Panayancheri
  • Pennalurpet
  • Perandur
  • Perittivakkam
  • Periyapalayam
  • Perumudivakkam
  • Pondavakkam
  • Puducheri
  • Punnapakkam
  • Rallapadi
  • Seeyancheri
  • Sengarai
  • Sengunram
  • Senjiagaram
  • Sennankaranai
  • Soolaimani
  • Thamaraikuppam
  • Thandalam
  • Tharatchi (Tharakshi)
  • Thimmaboopalapuram
  • Thirukkandalam
  • Thirunilai
  • Tholavedu
  • Thumbakkam
  • Vadamadurai
  • Vadathillai
  • Vannankuppam
  • Velagapauram
  • Velapakkam
  • Vellathukottai

References

  1. ^ "Provisional Population Totals - Tamil Nadu-Census 2011" (PDF). Census Tamil Nadu. Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 June 2013. Retrieved 4 July 2013.
  2. ^ "Suruttapalii Pallikondeswara Temple". Archived from the original on 25 June 2013.
  3. ^ "NPR Report: Tamil Nadu: Thiruvallur: Uthukkottai". National Population Register, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2011. Archived from the original on 27 April 2013.

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This page was last edited on 18 September 2019, at 16:30
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