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The IEEE ROMA 2018 will be organized in Perambalur, Tamil Nadu, INDIA.

 

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Introduction To Perambalur

 

Perambalur is a municipality town in the state of Tamil Nadu (Republic of India). It is the administrative headquarters of Perambalur district and Perambalur Taluk (Sub-District). Perambalur is the central town of Tamil Nadu. Perambalur district is bounded on the North by Cuddalore and Salem, South by Trichy, East by Ariyalur, West by Trichy and Salem. As of 2011 census, the town had a population of 49,648. There are a set of 11th century Buddhists images around the villages of Perambalur called Perambalur Buddhas.

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How To Get There

Among many other places to visit in Tamil Nadu,Perambalur is the one that must not be skipped.Perambalur is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular buses.There are no regular trains from other major cities to Perambalur. Nearest train station is Ariyalur.Instead of Perambalur you can a get flight to Civil Airport on regular basis.

Transport

BY FLIGHT

Instead of Perambalur you can a get flight to Civil Airport on regular basis.

Perambalur52 km away

Civil Airport (TRZ), Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu

Perambalur120 km away

Pondicherry Airport (PNY), Puducherry, Pondicherry

BY TRAIN

There are no regular trains from other major cities to Perambalur. Nearest train station is Ariyalur.

Perambalur

22 km away

Ariyalur (ALU), Ariyalur, Tamil Nadu

Perambalur 30 km away

Kallakkudi Palanganatham (KKPM), Kallakkudi Plgh, Tamil Nadu

BY BUS

Perambalur is well connected to other major cities of the country via regular buses.

Bus Station(s): Perambalur

 

PERAMBALUR TOURISM

Perambalur is a captivating city because of its beautiful trees and stretches of greenery. The city offers mesmerizing sights like hills, mountains and aged trees that have weathered time and storm.

Perambalur has the Siruvachar Madhura Kaliamman Temple, which is one of the most popular shrines of the city; the presiding deity is a form of Goddess Kali called Sri Madura Kaliamman. S Aduthurai is another temple in Perambalur dedicated to Lord Shiva and his companion. There is also the Thandayuthapani Temple that was built around 500 years ago and is graced by the presence of Lord Dhandayuthapani and the Ekambareswar Temple, which is again for Lord Shiva. The Valikandapuram Temple is believed to have been the place where King Vali worshipped Lord Shiva to gain power.

While Perambalur has a lot of mythological significance, it is also known for the famous Perambalur Sugar Mills, the National Fossil Wood Park, where you can see myriad species of flora including conifers, and the Rajankudi Fort, which houses a palace, a residential building, an underground chamber and underground passages, giving you a peek into the life of yore.

Getting Around

To enjoy the city best, it is a good idea to travel by local transport. Rickshaws are the most convenient way to move around, as buses and tempos are shared by more than six people and quickly become crowded. Local transport in Perambalur is easily available for visitors to travel around the city and enjoy with no stress.

Staying in Perambalur

Perambalur is teeming with accommodation options that range from frills-free hotels for backpackers to sprawling five-star hotels with breathtaking city views that are perfect for sophisticated travelers.

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