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Nesamony Nagar is a middle & upper-middle class, planned residential hub that came into being in 1950s & is named after Marshall Nesamony, the founding father of Kanyakumari district, India, who resided here. On the way to Aasaripallam, the Catholic Bishop's House & Simon Nager on the East, the West Lutheran street & Weavers Colony on the North, Ananthan Nager & Perumal Nager on the West & the West Konam Road & the Konam Pond on South make the small Urban Habitat, under Keelakarai Village, Nagercoil Muinicipality, Agastheeswaram Taluk.
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