|Elevation||338 m (1,109 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Vehicle registration||TN 40|
Annur is a suburb of Coimbatore situated north-east of the city. It is approximately 29 kilometers from the central heart of the city Gandhipuram. The Coimbatore International Airport is about 27 kilometers and the Coimbatore Junction is about 32 kilometers from Annur. Annur is located between Coimbatore city and Sathyamangalam. Annur lies on the junction of three important roads, NH 209 (Coimbatore - Bengaluru), Annur - Avinashi road and Annur - Mettupalayam road to north east of Coimbatore city. Annur is surrounded by other suburbs of Tennempalayam, Kanjapalli, Sarkarsamakulam (S.S. Kulam), Karumathampatti
The name Annur is believed to have been come from "Vanniyur", later transformed to Anniyur and now to Annur. The myth behind the name says that, over 1000 years ago, when a small hunter hit a stone under a "Vanni" tree, it started bleeding. He was astonished and called the village people to look after this issue. Later they found a "Suyambu" Lord Shiva Idol there and built a temple.
Annur is located at  It has an average elevation of 338 metres (1108 feet)..
As of 2007[update] India census, Annur had a population of 18,242. Males constitute 45% of the population and females 55%. Annur has an average literacy rate of 6%, which is higher than the national average of 9.5%; with 54% of the males and 55% of females literate.
Administration and economy
Annur is a Taluk administered by Panchayat President through the council of Panchayat members elected by the people. Annur was earlier part of the Avinashi Taluk and now part of Coimbatore North Taluk. On 9 May 2012, Government of Tamil Nadu announced that it will bifurcate Coimbatore North Taluk to create the new Annur Taluk.
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||Mysore, Mangalore, Bhavanisagar, Bannari, Kollegal||Sathyamangalam,||Salem, Pondicherry, Chennai, Tirupati, Tiruvannamalai, Bangalore|
|Ooty, Mettupalayam||Avinashi, Tiruppur, Erode|
|Palakkad, trichur||Coimbatore||Pollachi, Udumalai|