Kovilpathu

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Kovilpathu
village
Kovilpathu is located in Tamil Nadu
Kovilpathu
Kovilpathu
Kovilpathu is located in India
Kovilpathu
Kovilpathu
Location in Tamil Nadu, India
Coordinates: 10°32′31″N 79°49′48″E / 10.542°N 79.83°E / 10.542; 79.83Coordinates: 10°32′31″N 79°49′48″E / 10.542°N 79.83°E / 10.542; 79.83
Country  India
State Tamil Nadu
District Nagai
Government
 • Type Village
 • Body Nagapattinam (District)
Area
 • Total 12 km2 (5 sq mi)
Population (2004)
 • Total 2,348
 • Density 200/km2 (510/sq mi)
Languages
 • Official Tamil
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 611112
Website www.nagapattinam.tn.nic.in/

Kovilpathu is a village in the Vedaranyam taluk of Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu, India. Current Panchayath president is Aanandhi Sarabojirajan. Kovil pathu name come from Kuvalai pathu. In Mahabharata, rishi Veda Vyasa came to Pandava house to get mid day meal. But the Akshaya vessel has no food, that time thirowbathai pray Krishna he came and get the one rice from akshaya vessel. he eate. The rishi feel his stomach is full. Kuvalai pathu from Tamil came as kovil pathu

Demographics[edit]

Kovilpathu is a coastal village in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located in the Vedaranyam taluk of the Nagapattinam district. Based on the 2001 census in India and numerous village and tsunami censuses after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, it has a population of approximately 2348 people, most of whom are poor and are "low caste." The village's primary businesses, like other villages on the coast of Tamil Nadu, are farming and fishing. The entire Nagapattinam district was severely affected by the Indian ocean tsunamis, however, Kovilpathu emerged virtually unscathed. This was due to the presence of a very large windbreak planted by inhabitants of the region in 2002

As per the 2001 census, Kovilpathu had a total population of 2348 with 1165 males and 1183 females. The sex ratio was 1015. The literacy rate was 81.27.

Temples Around The Village[edit]

  • Kovilpathu Mariamman Koil
  • Perumal Kovil
  • Madha Kovil