Tiruppur District, Tamil Nadu

Tiruppur is a city located in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the prominent industrial hubs in the country and is well-known for its textile and garment manufacturing industries.

  • Weather: Tiruppur has a tropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. Average temperatures range from 25°C to 35°C.
  • Pincode: 641601.
  • Telephone Code: +91 421

Tiruppur is often referred to as the “Knitwear Capital of India” due to its significant contribution to the textile sector.

Tirupur is famous for

  1. Textile and Garment Industry: Tiruppur is a major center for the production of knitted garments, hosiery products, and textiles. It supplies a large portion of India’s garment exports.
  2. Export Oriented: The city’s textile industry is primarily export-oriented, with many garments finding markets across the globe.
  3. Cotton Production: Tiruppur’s location in the fertile region of the Kongu Nadu allows for significant cotton production, which further supports the textile industry.
  4. Tiruppur Exporters’ Association (TEA): The TEA plays a crucial role in promoting and supporting the textile and garment industry in Tiruppur.
  5. Cultural Heritage: Apart from its industrial significance, Tiruppur has its cultural charm with various temples and historical sites.
  6. Geographical Location: Tiruppur is situated in the western part of Tamil Nadu and is bordered by the districts of Erode, Coimbatore, and Nilgiris.
  7. Water Bodies: The Noyyal River and the Amaravathi River flow through the city, contributing to its agricultural activities.
  8. Education and Healthcare: Tiruppur has well-developed educational institutions and healthcare facilities to cater to the needs of its residents.

Nearby Districts:

  1. Coimbatore
  2. Erode
  3. Palakkad (in Kerala)
  4. Dindigul

Taluk List:

Tiruppur district comprises taluks such as


Tiruppur offers delicious South Indian dishes like idli, dosa, and biryani, along with local specialties like Mutton Pallipalayam.

Tourist Places:

  1. Amaravathi Dam – Best time to visit: October to March. Enjoy boating and scenic views.
  2. Noyyal River – Best time to visit: Post-monsoon season. Ideal for picnics and nature walks.
  3. Koolipalayam Wetlands – Best time to visit: November to February. Birdwatching and serene surroundings.
  4. Thirumoorthy Hills – Best time to visit: September to February. Trekking and Thirumoorthy Temple visit.