About Namakkal District
Namakkal District is one of the 38 districts (administrative district) in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The district was divided into two parts of Salem District with the city of Namakkal as its capital on July 25, 1996 and operated independently from January 1, 1997. Namakkal was in the hands of King Atikula King Gunasila who was married to a descendant of palalava. Taluk was later ruled by the cholas of Kongu Mandalam which were driven by the cholas in the 9th century and transferred to Vijayanagar under the Viuroyultry of Madura.
The Namakkal region is geographically related to the Kongu Nadu region. The region is famous for its large poultry industry, egg production and truck bodybuilding, often referred to as the “Egg City” and the “Transport Hub of South India”.
The region has an area of 3368 km2.
There are 7 total villages in Namakkal.
There are 128 total districts in the region.
There are 8 total cities in the region.
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