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Namakkal is a Selection grade municipality and the headquarters of Namakkal district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the first ISO 14001-2004 certified municipality in Asia for environmental management, specifically the provision and maintenance of water supply, solid waste and sewage management, town planning, lighting and other social services. Namakkal is known as the Egg City due to its large egg production and Transport city
Namakkal is a historic town with references back to at least the 7th century. The name Namakkal derives from Namagiri, which is the name of the single rock formation at the center of the town. The rock is enormous - 65 meters high and more than a kilometre in circumference. Over this massive rock, is a fort, Namakkal Fort
Since the 1960s, Namakkal has been a manufacturing hub of automobile body parts. Subsidiary auto industries and workshops scattered throughout the district have led to Namakkal’s fame as a ‘Transport Town’ in southern India. Poultry farms are another asset of this district. But, apart from enjoying the benefits of industrial progress, this region is also blessed with rich history, ancient temples, and enchanting natural sites. Namakkal’s Rock Fort remains a unique landmark. Pilgrims will discover several ancient temples located inside the rock-cut caves or near the picturesque Kolli Hills.
Most travelers are drawn to Anjaneya Temple because of a massive stone statue of Lord Hanuman. Reaching a height of about 13 feet, this magnificent statue faces another deity, Lord Narasimha. Built near the Namakkal Fort, this ancient temple is believed to be about 1500 years old. Kolli Hills is the most preferred weekend getaway in Namakkal. Part of the Eastern Ghats, the vegetation growing on this mountain range is considered to have medicinal values. The way to these hills passes through many treacherous bends before reaching attractions such as Arappalleeswarar Temple and the waterfalls of Akasa Gangai. Travelers can enjoy this sweeping hilly terrain from a number of viewpoints, including the ones at Arappaleeswarar Temple, Selur Nadu, Akasa Gangai, Telescope House, and Botanical Garden