Arani is a town panchayat about 47 km north of Chennai, in Tiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu State, India. The town is famous for the Sampangi Pichandeshwarer Temple. The temple attracts thousands of people during the special days.
Population of Children with age of 0-6 is 1372 which is 10.69% of total population of Arani (TP). In Arani Town Panchayat, Female Sex Ratio is of 1008 against state average of 996. Moreover, Child Sex Ratio in Arani is around 1024 compared to Tamil Nadu state average of 943. Literacy rate of Arani city is 80.62% higher than state average of 80.09%. In Arani, Male literacy is around 88.66% while female literacy rate is 72.63%.
In the 1991 Indian census Arani (Tamil Nadu, India) had a population of 11,422.
In the 2001 Indian census Arani (Tamil Nadu, India) had a population of 12,614.
In the 2011 Indian census Arani (Tamil Nadu, India) had a population of 12,833.
The second session of our Tree Plantation Project "Green 500". The Pillars and ExNoRans approached the Headmaster and other School authorities of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Arani the "Green 500" Tree Plantation Project. The support of the Headmaster and the school authorities motivated the volunteers of Pillars of India and Arani ExNoRa to plant more than 70 trees on the same in and around the Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Arani. We thank the Headmaster and Mr. Baskarbabu Sir for their tremendous support to the Pillars of India and Arani ExNoRa. We hope this Tree Plantation Project will be completed in the next session of tree plantation at Arani Town Panchayat.
Out of total population, 5,661 were engaged in work or business activity. Of this 3,990 were males while 1,671 were females. In census survey, worker is defined as person who does business, job, service, and cultivator and labour activity. Of total 5661 working population, 89.05% were engaged in Main Work while 10.95% of total workers were engaged in Marginal Work.