Sunday, July 22, 2012

Coimbatore, situated on the banks of river Noyyal, is the third largest city of Tamil Nadu. It is a well known city and urban settlement in the state of Tamil Nadu in India. The city is known as the Manchester of South India and is known for its textile factories, engineering firms, automobile parts manufacturers, health care facilities, educational institutions, and hospitality industries. The Coimbatore city is the headquarters of the Coimbatore District and has a number of tourist destinations which makes it a perfect destination for holidaying. It is a multi cultural city with temples, Gurudwaras and mosques. The city attracts large number of tourists each year by its beauty. offers you complete information on all that you want to know about Coimbatore. 

Coimbatiore or Kovai is the Manchester of Southern India. Primarily an industrial city, Coimbatore houses electric motors, pumps, automobile spares, engineering goods, iron steel and cotton textiles. Undoubtedly, the city is stuffed with various textile markets to shop and splurge on. Coimbatore located at the foothills of the sensuous Nilgiris has a pleasant climate to boast of. Cascading waterfalls, ancient temples, plenty of auspicious sites and rich wildlife parks are there to entertain the tourists. The place is thick with natural treasure which acts as real refreshment. One such place is the famous Annamalai National Park, echoing with the variety of flora and fauna. Coimbatore is a warm and cultured city with a considerable amount of people belonging to North and West Indian origin. The inhabitants are known for their refined manners, polished language and simple lifestyle, away from glitz and glamour.

Coimbatore is one of the fastest growing cities in India. Situated at the foot hills of Nilgiris, it is known for its pleasant climate, peaceful atmosphere, cosmopolitan outlook and private enterprise. Cotton textiles, electric motors, pumps, automobile spares, iron steel and aluminium castings form major exports from Coimbatore. Coimbatore, With a population of more than 15 lakhs. There are more than 30,000 tiny small, medium and large industries and textile mills. The city is known for its entrepreneurship of its residents. The rick black soil of the region has contributed to Coimbatore's flourishing agriculture industry and, it is in fact, the successful growth of cotton has served as a foundation for the establishment of its famous textile industry. There are more than 25,000 small, medium, large scale industries and textile mills. Coimbatore is also famous for the manufacture of motor pump sets and varied engineering goods, due to which it has earned the title " Detroit of the South". The Development of Hydro electricity from the Pykara Falls in the 1930s led to a cotton boom in Coimbatore. The result has been a strong economy and a reputation as one of the greatest industrial cities in South India.

The geographical location and relief makes the climate of the Coimbatore city moderate and pleasant throughout the year. The Coimbatore city does not witness much temperature fluctuations between summers and winters. During the summers, the average weather conditions are hot with mercury rising to as high as 39°C whereas the minimum temperature in summer is around 21°C. During the winters, the weather remains mild with the maximum temperature around 30°C and the minimum temperature remaining around 15°C. Coimbatore does not receive monsoon rains from the Southwest Monsoons between the months of June and September. Instead, Coimbatore and its surrounding areas experience rains during October-November by the retreating monsoons (the north-eastern monsoon). The best time to visit Coimbatore is between December and March, as the weather conditions during this period remain moderate. Light cotton clothes are suitable for summers whereas in winters you need to keep light woolen clothes.

Places to Visit in Coimbatore
Perur Temple Parambikulam-Aliyar Thirumoorthy Temple
Marudhamalai Temple The Siruvani Waterfalls and Dam VOC Park and Zoo

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