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Neyveli to Dindigul
Updated on : Oct 22, 2016 08:10 AM
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  • Vaigai Travels Neyveli Dindigul Rs.570 Vaigai Travels operates 1 bus from Neyveli to Dindigul with starting price of Rs.570. First bus starts at 11:45 PM and last bus at 11:45 PM.

About Neyveli

Neyveli is power generation township in Cuddalore district of Tamil Nadu. Largest part of the thermal power is being generated in this town. The entire Neyveli is well planned township in India, and is being always compared to Chandigarh. In fact, the roads are divided into different blocks. With more and more industries coming up, Neyveli is termed as modern industrial townships of India. The town is also famous for world’s largest metal statues of Lord Shiva. Also the town celebrates local festival called Thaipoosam at Villudayanpattu temple dedicated to Lord Murugan. This is the most unique festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu. Neyveli is famous for some beautiful locations including eco-friendly park named Nehru Park, Main Park, Golden Jubilee Park, Devara Temple and Nataraja Temple.

About Dindigul

Dindigul is a city located in Tamil Nadu and is widely known as City of Locks, Biryani City, Textiles and Tannery. The city is well developed in IT sector with many IT companies having their base in the city. There are number of textile mills like spinning industry, handloom sarees, Dinidigul locks and other small industry. Apart from being the industrial area, Dindigul is also known for tourist attractions that attracts visitors towards it. Christ the King Church and St. Joseph Church are two important churches built in the city. Another tourist attraction in the city is the meeting point of 3 rivers- Vaigai, Maruda and Manjalaru. The famous cuisine served in this city is Biryani, and so is it called as ‘Biryani City’. Tourist attractions in Dindigul are: Dindigul Rock Fort, Abirami Amman Temple, Begambur Big Mosque, Chinnalapatti, Dindigul Hill and Thadikombu Perumal Temple.