Dharmapuri Industrial Visit

Dharmapuri going students can visit various industries located in the Salem district, Salem is one of the major producers of Stainless steel, traditional silver anklets, textile,automotive parts, magnesite , dairy products etc. the major industrial players in the district includes Salem Steel Plant, Salem Diary, Hutson Diary (P) Ltd., L.S.P. Oil Mills, B.S.P. Refinaries, Burn & Company, Salem District Co-op Spinning Mill, Tamilnadu Magnesites, Thambi Modern Spinning Mill, MALCO, Champlast, Dalmia Magensite etc. if you intend to stick with Dharmapuri for your industrial visit then you can visit Dharmapuri Co-operative district Milk producers union or Samalpati Diesel power plant.

A laid-back place of immense natural beauty, Dharmapuri is a holiday destination promising visitors a wealth of history and a number of important religious shrines. Headquarters of the district of the same name, the place is famous for some exotic locales including the famed Hogenakkal waterfalls created by the descent oftheCauvery River.

Once part of the ancient Chera kingdom during the Sangam age, the place attracts those who are fascinated by history. Theerthamalai in the district is a sacred place attracting visitors for its Shiva temple. An all-time favourite, Dharmapuri must be included as a destination in a trip to Tamil Nadu.

Sights to See

Chenraya Perumal Temple
Built by Hoysala and Vijayanagar rulers including Krishnadeva Raya, Chenraya Perumal Temple is a sacred shrine located in the town of Adhiyamankottam, 7 km from Dharmapuri on the Salem-Dharmapuri road. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the shrine has a mandapam which leads to the sanctum sanctorum.

Sir Thomas Munro Pillar
One of the major attractions of Dharmapuri, this pillar was erected by the British India’s Government of Madras to mark the association of the place with Sir Thomas Munro who lived here from April 1792 to March 1799 as Assistant to the Superintendent of Revenue in the Baramahal. His house and his favourite garden are few yards away from this place.

Subramanya Siva Memorial –Papparapatti
A monument built in memory of the great patriot Subramanya Siva on his samadhi near Papparapatti in Pennagaram Taluk is visited by people.


Industries Enroute

  • Dharmapuri District Co-Operative Milk Producers’ Union Ltd
  • Samalpatti diesel power plant

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries


Hogenakal Falls (45 km)
Located at the border of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, Hogenakkal Falls is created by Cauvery River. At Hogenakal the water spreads for miles around and on these waters cruising on country made dinghies (PARISAL) is possible. Parisal ride will give an enthralling experience. Surrounding by hills at various heights Hogenakal offers the visitors a different ambience and refreshing relaxations. One could also take bath in the falls. Oil massaging by local people is a different experience. As the river flows throughout the year Hogenakal can be visited throughout the year.

Theerthamalai is an important sacred place in Harur taluk of Dharmapuri District. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, Shri Theerthagirishwarar Temple is located at the top of a hillock. Chola and Vijayanagara kings donated liberally to this temple. A lot of devotees throng the temple during the Mahashivarathiri.

How would you like to travel?

Bangalore is the nearest airport connected by flights with different cities and places in India.
Dharmapuri is a major railway station connected with different cities and places in India.
Dharmapuri is connected by motorable roads with different places and cites in India
Dharmapuri is:
  • 115 km from Bangalore
  • 300 km from Chennai
  • 65 km from Salem

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