Bhel Towwnship Trichy
|Founded by||Kamaraj (Politician)|
|• Type||Public sector|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Kailasapuram is a town located 17 km (11 mi) from Tiruchirapalli in Tamil Nadu, India. It contains the manufacturing and housing of Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) as part of BHEL's 3,000-acre (12 km2) Tiruchirapalli Complex.
Kailasapuram has 2 temples(Ganesha and Balaji),a mosque and a church. Recently a Kamarajar statue has been opened at Ganesa near kailasapuram.
It is broadly divided into sectors namely A,B,C,D,E,Nehru Nagar,R,PH and K. The PH,Nehru nagar and K are a little away from Kailasapuram and is called Kamarajapuram. There are major shopping centers in A,C,B and K sectors. The quarters are also divided into Type 2,3,4,5,6 and the Executive Directors Bungalow. The mango trees, coconut trees, lemon trees and banana trees are very common trees in most households.
There are 2 major 4-lane roads in Kailaspuram. The rest of kailasapuram is connected by 2 lane roads.
Kailasapuram has 2 guest houses. The Kailash guest house and the Kaveri guest house
Kailasapuram has a SBI and an Employees' Co-Operative bank. It also has 3 SBI atms, one ICICI and one HDFC atm.
For shopping in each sectors, there are number of shops are available.
Shopping centers are available in B,C,E sectors.
Kailasapuram has 3 Marriage halls at C,B and PH sectors.
The leading schools in the area are:
- RSK Higher Secondary School
- Boiler Plant Higher Secondary School
- BHEL Matriculation School
- Ramakrishna Middle School
- St. Joseph's primary school
Kailasapuram also houses one of India's premier business school, Bharathidasan Institute of Management (BIM).
- Kailasapuram club
- Community center
- Millennium park
Kailasapuram is about 5 km (3 mi) from Grand Anaicut also known as "Kallanai", which is one of the oldest man made dams in the world, on the river Cauvery.Kailasapuram has its own wateworks in a place called Vengur close to the Kaveri river.
Kailasapuram is easily accessible by road, rail and air situated just 14 km (9 mi) from the centre of Tiruchirapalli City on the Tiruchi-Thanjavur highway and a short distance from the Tiruverumbur railway station, the township is well connected by road and rail. Tiruchirapalli also has an airport catering to both domestic and international flights.