Dharmapuri Tourism

Dharmapuri Tourism

The district of Dharmapuri is the first district created after Indian independence on 2nd October 1965, by bifurcating it from erstwhile Salem District. The district lies in the western part of Tamil Nadu and is bounded by Krishnagiri District in the north, Salem District in the south, Thiruvannamalai and Villupuram Districts in the east and Cauvery River in the west. Dharmapuri is the district headquarters.

The district is predominantly covered by forests (around 30% of the area) and is a major producer of mango in the state along with ragi a saamai crops.

Places to visit in Dharmapuri

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