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The name Annur came from "Vanniyur", later transformed into Anniyur and now Annur. The myth behind the name says that, over 1000 years ago, when a small hunter hit a stone under a "Vanni" tree, it started bleeding. He was astonished and called the village people to look after this issue. Later they found a "Suyambu" Lord Shiva Idol there and built a temple.
Annur is one of the fast growing towns in the Coimbatore district with its sound business acumen, well connected roads to nearby towns like Mettupalayam, Avinashi, Tirupur, Sathyamangalam, and to nearby states like Karnataka and Kerala. Diverse business opportunities made it one of the hot business centres and real estate targets. The drinking water facility is a great gift to this town. sri ganapathy TRAVELS makes to visit Annur as a comfortable journey.
Demand has been tabled with Government of Tamil Nadu to announce Annur as Taluk head quarters. As a result of joining the Avinashi Taluk to the newly formed Tirupur district, this town is now in the Coimbatore North Taluk, Coimbatore district.
Annur sri ganapathy TRAVELS is a panchayat town in the district of Coimbatore, which forms a part of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. According to the census of 2001, Annur had a population of 18,163. The average literacy rate of Annur is recorded to be 66%, which is higher than that of the national literacy rate. The name of the town is derived from `Manniyur`, which again was taken from the name of a local monarch called Manni. The panchayat town of Annur is also regarded as a cotton textile and manufacturing hub comprising of several yarn spinning mills and about 100 cotton-ginning factories. This region has more than 100 edible oil mills. Annur is also considered to be one of the fastest growing towns in the district of Coimbatore. The fact that it has become one of the hottest business centers and real estate targets is just because of its sound business acumen and well connected roads to Coimbatore, Karnataka and Kerala. Have the chances to visit this place.
The town of Annur has several tourist spots which attracts thousands of tourists ever year. Among all the tourist attractions, Annur Manneeswar Temple is the most popular. It is in fact one of the oldest and famous temples, situated in the area and is lovingly known as Kongunadu. The auspicious occasions celebrated in this temple are Navaratri, Tamil New Year, Ayppasi Annabishekam, Thiru Karthigai, Sani Pearchi, Thiruvathirai. This important center of pilgrimage is easily accessible via road from Coimbatore, Avinasi, Satyamangalam and Mettupalayam. Reaching the town of Annur does not involve much of a hassle as it is connected with the major destinations of India by road, railways and airways. Both Government and private hotels are available for accommodation.
You can visit Annur through sri ganapathy TRAVELS to watch the most famous temple is called Manneeswara Swamy Temple, built 1000 years ago by Chera kings. There are also many temples in and around Annur. Arulmigu Karupparayan temple at mettupalayam road, Karivaradharaja perumal Temple near Manneeswara Temple Angala Parameswari Temple Mariammam Temple Adhi Parasakthi Temple in Thennampalayam Road Annur Komarapalayam Vattamalai Murugan temple, Mettupalayam Road Kalayanasubramaniya Swamy Temple at Kumaran Kundru and Ayyappa temple in Thennampalayam Road & Very Famous Temple is Acham palayam Sri Selva vinayakar tirukovil & in that village peoples are have the Greatest Bajanai Group name Of Selva vinayakar Bajanai Groups & Sangamare notable among them and one another temple placed in there sorronding,that is called as a mondi palayam vengadesa perumal temple.this is a famous vengadesa perumal temple next of the tirupathi temple..
Annur lies amidst cities like Coimbatore, Sathyamangalam, Tiruppur and Mettupalayam. It has adequate links with these cities, which are more or less an hour away from the town.Railway and air links are available in these cities.
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