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Manapparai

Manapparai / Manaparai
Town
Nickname(s): Murukku Nagaram
Manapparai / Manaparai is located in Tamil Nadu
Manapparai / Manaparai
Manapparai / Manaparai
Location in Tamil Nadu, India
Coordinates: 10°36′27″N 78°24′54″E / 10.60759°N 78.414874°E / 10.60759; 78.414874
Country  India
State Tamil Nadu
District Tiruchirappalli
Zone Trichy
Government
 • Type First Grade Municipality
 • Body Manapparai Municipality
 • Chairman Tmt. Shantha
Area rank A Grade
Elevation 172 m (564 ft)
Population (2011)
 • Total 40,510
Languages
 • Official Tamil
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN 621306
Telephone code 914332
Vehicle registration TN 45Z ****
Website www.manaparai.in

Manapparai is a town and a municipality in Tiruchirappalli district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Manapparai Town is Located at 38 km Away From Trichy Headquarters, Manapparai is the headquarters of the Manapparai Taluk. Manapparai is famous for Murukku (snacks) and cattle market. As of 2011, the town had a population of 40,510.

Demographics

Religious census
Religion Percent(%)
Hindu
65.67%
Muslim
11.3%
Christian
22.95%
Sikh
0.01%
Buddhist
0.01%
Jain
0.0%
Other
0.06%
No religion
0.0%

According to the 2011 census, Manapparai had a population of 370,482 with a sex-ratio of 1,012 females for every 1,000 males, much above the national average of 929.[1] A total of 4,090 people were under the age of six, constituting 2,096 males and 1,994 females. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes accounted for 11.97% and .18% of the population respectively. The average literacy of the town was 78.98%, compared to the national average of 72.99%.[1] The town had a total of 9934 households. There were a total of 14,930 workers, comprising 455 cultivators, 749 main agricultural labourers, 582 in house hold industries, 11,518 other workers, 1,626 marginal workers, 29 marginal cultivators, 470 marginal agricultural labourers, 51 marginal workers in household industries and 1,076 other marginal workers.[2] As per the religious census of 2011, Manapparai (M) had 65.67% Hindus, 11.3% Muslims, 22.95% Christians, 0.01% Sikhs, 0.01% Buddhists, 0.% Jains, 0.06% following other religions and 0.% following no religion or did not indicate any religious preference.[3]

Politics

Manaparai is the headquarters of Manaparai Legislative Assembly Constituency, which is part of the Karur Loksabha Constituency. Mr.Chandrasekar R is the present Member of legislative assembly(MLA) representing Manaparai Constituency and Mr.Thambidurai M is the present Member of Parliament(MP) representing Karur constituency

Transport

Manapparai has three main roads, Tiruchi Road, Dindigul Road (NH45) and Thuvarankurichi Road (SH71), which leads to Madurai and the southern hinterland connecting major destinations of Tamil Nadu and Third road is Musiri to Pudukottai road.[clarification needed][4] About 300 pass through the municipal bus stand, which is a ‘C’–Class and constructed in 1981, provides frequent service to the cities are Trichy, Dindigul, Madurai, Palani, Cumbum, Kumuli and scheduled services were available to Salem, Chennai, Vellore and Erode.[5] Manapparai railway station serves the town, as it connects to major cities of Tamil Nadu like Chennai, Madurai, Dindigul, Trichy, Tanjore, Tirunelveli Kanyakumari, as well as trains to Kanyakumari, Guruvayur also passing through this railway station.Railway Station Code for Manaparai is MPA.

Villages

1 Akkiyampatti Manapparai 3,586, 2 Alagapuri Manapparai 3,187, 3 Amanakkampatti Manapparai 2,743, 4 Amayapuram Manapparai 7,471, 5 Amayapuram RF Manapparai 3, 6 Ammachtram Manapparai 3,774, 7 Aniyappur Manapparai 6,272, 8 Athampatti Manapparai 709, 9 Ayamporuvai Manapparai 3,992, 10 Ayanpudupatti Manapparai 1,908, 11 Ayanreddiapatti Manapparai 5,284, 12 Chettiapatti Manapparai 4,650, 13 Chettichatram Manapparai 356, 14 Chithanatham Manapparai 1,698, 15 Dhavalaveeranpatti Manapparai 3,053, 16 Elamanam Manapparai 3,561, 17 Endapuli Manapparai 2,290, 18 F.Keelaiyur Manapparai 4,469, 19 I.Kovilpatti Manapparai 849, 20 I.Reddiapatti Manapparai 657, 21 Ikkaraikosakurichi Manapparai 3,759, 22 Inam Edayapatti Manapparai 570, 23 Inam Pudur Manapparai 797, 24 K.Periapatti North Manapparai 4,454, 25 K.Periapatti South Manapparai 2,005, 26 Kalingapatti Manapparai 1,113, 27 Kalingapatti East Manapparai 2,915, 28 Kalingapatti West Manapparai 764, 29 Kanjannaickanpatti Manapparai 4,293, 30 Kannivadugampatti Manapparai 2,326, 31 Kannudayanpatti Manapparai 11,667, 32 Kannukuli Manapparai 2,730, 33 Kannuthu Manapparai 1,883, 34 Kappakudi Manapparai 369, 35 Karaipatti Manapparai 1,712, 36 Karumalai Manapparai 3,255, 37 Karuppur Manapparai 8,049, 38 Kavinaripatti Manapparai 83, 39 Kodumbapatti Manapparai 2,980, 40 Kumaravadi Manapparai 8,940, 41 Lekkanayakanpatti Manapparai 1,571, 42 Madampatti Manapparai 898, 43 Malayandipatti Manapparai 4,776, 44 Mandipatti Manapparai 2,930, 45 Marungapuri Manapparai 3,943, 46 Mohavanur Manapparai 4,543, 47 Mohavanur Manapparai 4,731, 48 Mohavanur RF Manapparai 20, 49 Mookureddiapatti Manapparai 1,436, 50 Muthalvarpatti Manapparai 3,587, 51 Nadupatti Manapparai 5,177, 52 Nallampillai Manapparai 5,702, 53 Nallur Manapparai 1,905 54 Palayankottai Manapparai 6,932, 55 Pallakurichi Manapparai 4,080, 56 Paluvanji East Manapparai 1,749, 57 Paluvanji West Manapparai 1,899, 58 Pannapatti Manapparai 10,519, 59 Pannapatti Manapparai 2,574, 60 Pirampatti Manapparai 2,147, 61 Pirampatti North Manapparai 1,152, 62 Poigaipatti Manapparai 6,596, 63 Ponnambalapatti Manapparai 755, 64 Pudukottai Manapparai 3,948, 65 Puduvadi Manapparai 2,008, 66 Puthakudi Manapparai 209, 67 Puthanatham Manapparai 11,032, 68 Sampatti Manapparai 2,761, 69 Samudram Manapparai 3,676, 70 Sathirapatti Manapparai 834, 71 Seegampatti Manapparai 3,639, 72 Sekkanam Manapparai 5,316, 73 Sengakaradu RF Manapparai 52, 74 Sevalpatti Manapparai 3,418, 75 Sevandampatti Manapparai 2,445, 76 Sooliapatti Manapparai 1,176, 77 T.Idayapatti Manapparai 2,498, 78 Thathanur Manapparai 2,264, 79 Thenur Manapparai 3,256, 80 Thethur Manapparai 2,476, 81 Thirunellipatti Manapparai 4,230, 82 Thoppampatti Manapparai 5,553, 83 Thottiapatti Manapparai 4,755, 84 Usilampatti Manapparai 2,881, 85 Uthukuli Manapparai 2,819, 86 V.Periapatti Manapparai 4,320, 87 Vadagupatti Manapparai 1,844, 88 Vaiyamalaipalayam Manapparai 867, 89 Vaiyampatti Manapparai 8,850, 90 Valanadu Manapparai 4,918, 91 Velakurichi Manapparai 2,335, 92 Vellalapatti Manapparai 4,942, 93 Vellayakonepatti Manapparai 2,513, 94 Vembanur Manapparai 3,900, 95 Vengaikurichi Manapparai 5,022, 96 Venkatanayakanpatti Manapparai 4,301, 97 Yagapuram Manapparai 2,837, 98 k.udaiyapatty manapparai 3512

Usilampatti Village

Usilampatti Village has Population of more than 3000,Speciality About USilampatti Village is Gujarat Cotton Mills which has more than 5000 Workers It is 2 km away from Manapparai Town and It holds Privilege of running more than 50 years.It has living area for their workers and it was named as MILL OLD COLONY and MILL NEW COLONY MILL OLD COLONY Hold Majority of Population in Usilampatty panchayat.It has an Unpublished Organisation/Trust named RMB BOYZ and it contain more than 30+ youngsters who helps many homes with amount they have on their own.

References

  1. ^ a b "Census Info 2011 Final population totals". Office of The Registrar General and Census Commissioner, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2013. Retrieved 26 January 2014.
  2. ^ "Census Info 2011 Final population totals - Manapparai(05781)". Office of The Registrar General and Census Commissioner, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2013. Archived from the original on 24 September 2015. Retrieved 26 January 2014.
  3. ^ "Population By Religious Community - Tamil Nadu" (XLS). Office of The Registrar General and Census Commissioner, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India. 2011. Retrieved 13 September 2015.
  4. ^ S. Annamalai (30 October 2013). "Flyover project hits a roadblock at Manapparai". The Hindu. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
  5. ^ G. Sathyamoorthi (3 February 2013). "In dire need of a new bus stand". The Hindu. Retrieved 27 January 2014.

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