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Adirampattinam

Summary
Adirampattinam is a newly established (Dec 2021) Municipality in the Pattukottai taluk of the Thanjavur district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is also short known by Adirai. It is the largest coastal town in the district and fourth largest town in the Thanjavur district. Adirampattinam is the important coastal town connecting Chennai and Thoothukudi via ECR. History Arab traders from Egypt and Yemen landed at the port of Korkai (the present Kayalpatnam) in the Pandia Kingdom in the year 1120 A.D. Some traders migrated here. Adirampattinam was initially called as Sellinagar then was renamed to Adirampattinam. Strong trading connections existed with Yaalpanam (Sri Lanka). There exist a strong cultural connection exists between Kayalpatnam, Adirampattinam and Kilakarai. Recently, government upgraded Adirampattinam to municipality status. Geography Climate Adirampattinam is located on on the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Being close to the eq
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