Natrampalli is a village and a revenue block in the Tirupattur district of Tamil Nadu. It is located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the district headquarters, Tirupattur.
Natrampalli has a long history dating back to the Sangam era. The village is mentioned in several ancient Tamil texts, including the Sangam literature. The village was once a major trading center and was also a major military base.
Natrampalli is located on the banks of the Palar River, a tributary of the Krishna River. The village is located in a hilly region with an average elevation of 346 meters (1,135 feet) above sea level.
According to the 2011 Indian census, Natrampalli had a population of 9,076 people. The majority of the population is Hindu, with a small minority of Muslims and Christians. The village is multilingual, with Tamil being the official language and the most widely spoken language. Telugu, Kannada, and Urdu are also spoken by significant minorities.
Natrampalli’s economy is based on agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing. The village is known for its rice, sugarcane, and banana crops. Natrampalli is also a popular tourist destination due to its natural beauty and its temples. The village is also home to a number of small-scale industries, including textile mills, food processing plants, and engineering firms.
Natrampalli has a number of schools and colleges. The village is home to the Natrampalli Government Arts College, which is affiliated with the University of Madras.
Natrampalli has a rich culture and heritage. The village is home to a number of temples, festivals, and traditions. The village is also known for its handicrafts, which include pottery, weaving, and wood carving.
Natrampalli is a popular tourist destination due to its natural beauty and its temples. The village is home to a number of waterfalls, including the Natrampalli Falls, the Ariyamangalam Falls, and the Kottakudi Falls. Natrampalli is also home to a number of temples, including the Natrampalli Murugan Temple, the Natrampalli Shiva Temple, and the Natrampalli Amman Temple.
Natrampalli is well-connected by road and rail. The village is situated on the National Highway NH7, which connects Chennai to Kanyakumari. Natrampalli also has a railway station on the Chennai-Tuticorin line.