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  • Kanchipuram District : Kancheepuram is popular for its renowned crafted world famous silk sarees, a traditional home industry.
  • Tiruvallur District : Tiruvallur is a town located on the Chennai-Tirupathi highway, approximately forty-four kilometers from Chennai.
  • Coimbatore District : The third largest city of the state, Coimbatore,is one of the most industrialized cities in Tamil Nadu, known as the textile capital of South India or the Manchester of the South, the city is situated on the banks of the river Noyyal.
  • Perambalur District : Perambalur district is a centrally located inland district of Tamilnadu, spread over 3690.07 kmĀ², which was trifurcated from the erstwhile composite Tiruchirappalli district and was formed on 1 November 1995
  • Thanjavur District : Thanjavur was the cultural capital of the country in 1790. Thanjavur gained prominence during the period of Chola Kings, who made it as their capital.
  • Nilgiris District : The Nilgiris, because of its natural charm and pleasant climate, was a place of Special attraction for the Europeans.
  • Pudukkottai District : The city of Pudukkottai is the district headquarters. It is also known colloquially as Pudhugai.
  • Tirunelveli District : The district has diverse geographical and physical features such as lofty mountains and low plains, rivers and cascades, seacoast and thick inland forest, sandy soils and fertile alluvium, a variety of flora, fauna, and protected wild life.
  • Thiruvannaamalai District : Tiruvannamalai District is known for eternal peace and divine with the proud possession of the sacred shrine of Lord Arunachaleswara and Ashrams.
  • Ramanathapuram District : Ramanathapuram District contains the Indian portion of Rama's Bridge, an east-west chain of low islands and shallow reefs that extend between India and the island nation of Sri Lanka