Thulasiypattinam

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Thulasiypattinam also spelt Thulajapattinam in the records of British India. This village is governed by Vanduvanchery Panchayat coming in Vedaranyam Taluk, Nagapattinam District of Tamil Nadu, India. Vedaranyam is the revenue headquarters of this village, located on the route of Vedaranyam to Muthupettai and this is surrounded by two towns namely Thiruthuraipoondi and Vedaranyam. A delta river (Valavanaru) running west side of this village. Hindu and Muslims are the majority people residing in this village.

Vedaranyam taluk is a taluk of Nagapattinam district of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The headquarters of the taluk is the town of Vedaranyam

Tamil Nadu State in Southern India

Tamil Nadu is one of the 29 states of India. Its capital and largest city is Chennai. Tamil Nadu lies in the southernmost part of the Indian subcontinent and is bordered by the union territory of Puducherry and the South Indian states of Kerala, Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh. It is bounded by the Eastern Ghats on the north, by the Nilgiri Mountains, the Meghamalai Hills, and Kerala on the west, by the Bay of Bengal in the east, by the Gulf of Mannar and the Palk Strait on the southeast, and by the Indian Ocean on the south. The state shares a maritime border with the nation of Sri Lanka.

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