ⓘ Cumbum, Tamil Nadu

                                     

ⓘ Cumbum, Tamil Nadu

Cumbum is located at 9.73°N 77.3°E  / 9.73, 77.3. It has an average elevation of 391 metres 1282 feet. One can see the backdrop of Kodaikanal Hills from Cumbum. Apart from that Cumbum has most vigorous activity in agriculture.

The town is cumbum in Theni district of Tamil Nadu, near Kerala state, geographically located between 9°30n. and 10°11 North latitude and between 77°e and 77°30E. It is the third largest town in Theni district after Theni and Bodingbauer. The soil in this region is mostly red soil in nature. Agriculture plays a vital role in the development of their activities. Crops like paddy, coconut, groundnut and various types of fruits and vegetables grown in this region.

It has many places of worship, among them Sri. Kambaraya Perumal Kovil, Sri. Gowmariyamman Kovil, Sri. Nandha Gopal Swami Kovil, mosques located for extend the period of three churches. The town is well connected with District roads with nearby urban and rural cities and towns, but not connected by railway. Average maximum temperatures range from 41.6 °C and 31.6 °C respectively. The average annual rainfall is around 836 mm with the town, and that if the rains during the South West monsoon.

The main source of water for drinking and agriculture comes from the Periyar river, which flows diverted from the state of Kerala. Suruli falls which is 10 km from Cumbum is surrounded by mountains the nearest airport is Madurai and Kochi international airport in Kerala, which is 175 km by road. Thekkady the Periyar wildlife sanctuary in Kerala, which is a popular tourist destination in Kerala located 30 km from Cumbum, near Kumily, which is a border town between Tamil Nadu and Kerala.

Cumbum is a valley, surrounded by hills. On the Eastern side of the hills forming the seven dams on the hills. In the South, the famous tourist attraction, "Thekkady" is situated in Kerala. Cumbum is famous for its coconut and trading market cardamom.

                                     
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