Since the first kodiyur adhiyur up to 8 directions and 10, modify the name of a group that Tirupattur say. But many of the kings who ruled during tiruppatturai pirammapuram, matavaturveti Mangalam, tirupperur, tiruvanapuram are renamed according to their faith. In this case, the name of the 14th century Vijayanagara kings tirupattur tiruvanapuram a research report to be changed. This was in part based on the tirupattur kalavaraniyam, malavaraniyam, anankavaraniyam, cuvetaraniyam, vaniraniyam, vacittaraniyam, virusaraniyam, including jatukaraniyam modify, based on the 10, there were changes to Vijayanagara mannarcul tirupuvanatnata Tirupathur. Anaral, which over time can also edit the above names for all whether the name has changed.
Adhi Tirupattur adhiyur
Kiramamtan next adhiyur-old has been Tirupattur Tirupattur adhiyuriltan mutanmutalaika has Tirupattur revenue offices. Inatayuraika traffic over time due in large part to a lake due to the migration of people to the current Tirupattur, adhiyur 'Adhi Tirupattur' that sank to become a takaval adhiyur said afterward.
A long time ago Tirupattur had been known as Thasaranyam, and was famous for ten large forests in and around Tirupattur and for its Rich Sandalwood. Various famous people visited this place including Adi Sankara.Even from the olden days this town is highly valued due to its purest form of sandalwood and the people of Tirupattur is known for their hard work and excellency in work.
In the 2001 Indian census, the taluk of Tirupattur had a population of 50,455 with 23,656 males and 22,799 females. There were 973 women for every 1000 men. The taluk had a literacy rate of 66.07. The total number of households was 111,192. In the 2011 census Tirupattur taluk had a population of 567,396. Tiruppattur is a town located in Vellore District, India, which is one of the oldest towns in Tamil Nadu. It is located approximately 40 km from Krishnagiri, 85 km from Hosur, 85 km from thiruvannamalai and 125 km from Bangalore. The town has mainly small-scale industries and mills. It is an important commercial center from time immemorial (whereas Vaniyambadi and Ambur, which were once smaller towns, have recently flourished). It was a revenue subdivision during British raj and remains so. It has Old Shiva, Vishnu temples and Tanks (Big Tank & Small Tank) built during the Hoysala Dynasty. It is well connected by road and rail to other important cities of Tamil Nadu such as Thiruvannamalai, Chennai, Salem, Coimbatore and Vellore and to Bangalore in Karnataka. This town is also famous in Islamic religious circles as many great saints "Awliyas" had made it their home town. Some of them are buried at various places in the town, including Hazrath Syed Sha Mohammed alias Syed Khawja Meeran Hussaini Jaffari, Hazrath Syed ShaAmeenuddin Hussaini Chisty ur Kahdri (who is better known as Munshi Hazrath); he was the last among a series of saints who have lived and have been buried at Tirupattur. The name Tirupattur means a group of ten villages/small towns. There exists a village called Aathiyur (Aathi means Begin) in the southern fringes of the Town and Kodiyur (Kodi means End) in the northern fringes of the town. It is surrounded by several of these villages, making Tirupattur a Taluk. Tirupattur's population and land area are good enough to have political representations in the state legislature of Tamil Nadu (Member of the Legislative Assembly), and part of Thiruvannamalai constituency for the central/federal legislature of India (Member of Parliament as of 2009 elections). Tirupattur Municipality Tirupattur Municipality was constituted as a third grade municipality in the year 1886. As per G.O. No. 194, date: 10.02.1970, classified as Second Grade Municipality. At present from 1.4.1977 onwards as per G.O. No. 654, classified as first grade municipality.
In the 2001 Indian census, Tirupathur had a population of 60,803. Males constituted 51% of the population and females 49%. Tirupathur had an average literacy rate of 73%, significantly higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy was 79%, and female literacy was 67%. In 2001 in Tirupathur, 11% of the population was under 6 years of age. In the 2011 census, the city of Tirupathur had a population of 63,798. Males constituted 51% of the population and females 49%. Tirupathur had an average literacy rate of 78%, significantly higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy was 80%, and female literacy was 76%. In 2011 in Tirupathur, 11% of the population was under 6 years of age.
It is known as the "Sandalwood Town" due to the abundant availability of sandalwood trees in the surrounding hills.It is very close to the 4th major hill station of Tamil Nadu, the Yelagiri hills, which is also known as the common man's Ooty. The town is at an average elevation of 388 m. There is another small hill station to the east of Tirupattur (about 6 km), known as village.These village very natural of beauty and few people are very good for this village and this village boy now working ITI field side.these village of the developing village.
Tirupattur is called as the "Sandal City", "Sandal Kingdom", Even a rough estimation cannot easily be established on the origin of Tirupattur town, owing to its antiquity. Tirupattur has a unique name for its own to have the "FIRST COLLECTOR OFFICE" in India. And this Collector office is currently serving the nation as the Tirupattur railway Junction. Through, the inscriptions, so far surveyed by Archaeological Survey of India in Tirupattur, it is estimated that this town is more than 1600 years old. During the regimes of various rulers like Cholas, Vijaya Nagara Dynasty, Hoysalas the town had been referred to, by the following names : Sri Mathava Chaturvedi Mangalam,Veera Narayana Chaturvedi Mangalam, Tiruperur and Brahmapuram (Brahmeeswaram). The present name "Tirupattur" might have got derived from "Tiruperur". Erstwhile "Tiruperur" or "Sri Madhava Chaturvedi Mangalam" was in "Eyyil Nadu", subdivision of "Nigarili Chola Mandalam", division of "Chola Empire". There existed a fort in the eastern part of the town around 800 years ago. Its entrance might have been near the Kottai Darwaja Sri Veera Anjaneyar Temple, since the word "Kottai" in Tamil means "Fort", and the word "Darwaja" in Hindi/Urdu means "Gate" or "Door". The area is still known as "Kottai"(fort). The Town was ruled by Cholas, Pallavas, Hoysalas, Vijaya Nagara rulers, Vallala Maharajan, Sambuvarayars, Tipu, Nawabs of Arcot and undoubtedly by the British.