Appiayapalayam

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Appiayapalayam
village
Appiayapalayam is located in Tamil Nadu
Appiayapalayam
Appiayapalayam
Location in Tamil Nadu, India
Coordinates: 11°13′53″N 77°20′52″E / 11.231371°N 77.347886°E / 11.231371; 77.347886Coordinates: 11°13′53″N 77°20′52″E / 11.231371°N 77.347886°E / 11.231371; 77.347886
Country  India
State Tamil Nadu
District Tiruppur
Languages
 • Official Tamil
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Nearest city Tiruppur
Lok Sabha constituency Tiruppur

Appiayapalayam, is a small village under the Ettiverampalayam panchayat, located 3 km from Perumanallur and 17 km from Tiruppur.

Maagali Amman temple and Sri Ramar temple at the center of the village adds beauty to this village. Annual pongal festival at the Magali Ammam Temple takes place during the Tamil month of Panguni (Mar–Apr). As a Traditional Kongu region village, majority of peoples are farmers. Main village is surrounded by farm houses called "Thottams". Well irrigation is the water source for the cultivation of major crops which include cotton, bananas, turmeric, groundnuts and cholam. The village gets rain from both the North East and South West Monsoon.

Tirupur attracts people from this village to get associated with the Knitware Business. The Nethaji Park at New Tiruppur is very near to this village.

Government Buses (26 series) travels from Tirupur to Nambiyur passes through this village. The nearest railway station is Tiruppur. Appiayapalayam a has Government Primary School and Public health centre at the heart of the village which provides primary education and solves health related issues for the residents.

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