Distance between Dindigul and Thirumayam

Dindigul is one of the India city. It is located at the longitude of 77.9724744 and latitude of 10.349437. Thirumayam is a India city located at the longitude of 78.739624 and latitude of 10.234749 . The total distance between Dindigul and Thirumayam is 84 KM (kilometers) and 914.57 meters. The mile based measurement distance is 52.8 miles

Dindigul direction from Thirumayam:

Dindigul is located nearly west side to Thirumayam.

Travel time from Dindigul to Thirumayam

Travel duration from Dindigul to Thirumayam is around 1.7 Hours if your travel speed is 50 KM per Hour. Thirumayam travelers are welcome to visit our travel driving direction page for detail information with road map. Traveling from Dindigul to Thirumayam is connected by more than one route. Soon you may expect those various travel routes to reach Thirumayam.

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Thirumayam is a place of historical importance. Miles before reaching the town one can see a fort atop a large hill. There are two famous rock-cut shrines, one for Siva and the other for Vishnu, adjacent to each other. The Siva cave temple is older among the two. The Vishnu temple is very venerated and considered second only to the temple at Srirangam . Closer to the rock-cut shrine of Siva is a large area dressed to take one of the largest inscriptions. More at thirumayam (dot)com
Written by :Murugesan Supramanian , Date: 2011-12-07 13:59:12, ID:10934 Report / Delete