Aladikkumulai

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Aladikkumulai

Thamaraikkudikkadu
village
Nickname(s): 
Aladi
Country India
StateTamil Nadu
DistrictThanjavur
Government
 • TypeVillage panchayat
 • Panchayat PresidentNone
Languages
 • OfficialTamil
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
Websitewww.aladikkumulai.blogspot.com

Aladikkumulai is a village located in Pattukkottai Taluk, Thanjavur district, Tamil Nadu, India.[1] It is one of the 32 villages of Musugundan Community and a combination of people from various communities, mainly Veerakodi Vellalar and other communities like Nadar, Devar, Ambalakarar, Yadava, Adi Dravida, Muslims and Christians are live in this village.

The village contains a pond called 'Thamarai Kulam', which is most beautiful with the growth of lotus. The village has a government primary and high school. Also has a private school named 'Brindhavan Higher Secondary School'. The other name for this village is 'Thamarai KudiKaadu'.

Most of the residents are educated. Agriculture used to be the main occupation, but this has declined in popularity, possibly due to lack of water and reduced profitability. There is a temple dedicated to Mari Amman for whom a festival is conducted every year.

Other temples located in this village are Sri Muthumariamman, Sri Kaliamman, Sri Nagathamman, Sri Veeranar, Sri Muneeswaran and Sri Vinayagar.

Tamil is the official language and is predominantly spoken. English is widely understood in the village area. Both languages are widely used for various purposes such as commerce, in the village.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Hindu : Tamil Nadu / Thanjavur News : Officials continue polio immunisation drive". Chennai, India: www.hindu.com. 9 April 2004. Retrieved 7 June 2008.

Coordinates: 10°27′02″N 79°18′22″E / 10.450622°N 79.306065°E / 10.450622; 79.306065