Thulasiapattinam

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Thulasiyapattinam
village
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Tamil Nadu
District Nagapattinam
Languages
  Official Tamil
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration TN-51

Thulasiyapattinam is a village in Nagapattinam District in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. More than 250 families live in this village. The village forms the border of Nagapattinam district. The Valavanaru River is passing near the outskirts of the village. The village was once ruled by a king named Thulasi Raja, who gave the name of the town.

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