Karisalkalampatti is a village in Thirumangalam Taluk in Madurai District of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located about 9 km from Thirumangalam youth soccer uniforms wholesale, 30 km from Madurai and 520 km from State capital Chennai. As of 2011, the village population about 1158.
The latitude and longitude of this village is 9°76’ N and 77°96’E respectively and the mean sea level (MSL) is 121m. This village is situated on the banks of river Gundar, a distributary of river Vaigai bpa free glass water bottles. The average maximum and minimum temperatures are of 40 °C and 27 °C. This village gets major rainfall during the south west monsoon period. The average annual rainfall being received in the village is 40.95 cm.
According to 2011 census, Karisalkalampatti had population of 1158, 589 male and 569 female for a sex-ratio of 966 females for every 1,000 males, which is lower than Tamil Nadu state average of 996. 142 were under the age of six. Schedule Caste accounted about 39 and there were no Scheduled Tribes. The average literacy of the village was 71.06%, compared to national average of 72.99%. The village had a total of 326 households. There were 683 workers, including 88 cultivators and 379 agricultural laborers. According to the religious census of 2011, Karisalkalampatti had 100% Hindus.
As per constitution of India and Panchyati Raaj Act, Karisalkalampatti village is administrated by Sarpanch (Head of Village) who is elected representative of village. Karisalkalampatti village falls under Tirumangalam assembly constituency is part of Virudhunagar (Lok Sabha constituency).
Surrounding cultivate lands are the main places for the agricultural activities. Crops like cotton, rice, cholam, kambu and green dal are cultivated here.
P.U.M.S which provides primary education to students. Dhaya College Of Engineering primarily located on NH-7 Madurai Highway Road, yet to be opened. Dr. M.S. Udayamurthy Teacher Training Institute(Venkatachalampuram Pullambady Thirumalapady Rd Trichy) which act as training institute to nearby villages.
Regular bus services are operated on daily basis from Tirumangalam and Madurai. Also auto services available from sivarakottai. Nearest Airport is Madurai International Airport just 15 km from the Village.
Sengapadai (3 km), (4 km) best fabric defuzzer, (4 km), Puliampatty (5 km), (6 km) are the nearby Villages to Karisalkalampatti. Karisalkalampatti is surrounded by Tirumangalam Taluk towards North, T.Kallupatti Taluk towards west, Kariapatti Taluk towards East, Chellampatti Taluk towards South.
Karisalkallampatti has a tropical wet and dry climate (Köppen: Aw). The hottest part of the year is late May to early June, known regionally as Agni Nakshatram (“fire star”) or as Kathiri Veyyil, with maximum temperatures around 35–40 °C (95–104 °F). The coolest part of the year is January, with minimum temperatures around 19–25 °C (66–77 °F). The village gets most of its seasonal rainfall from the north–east monsoon winds, from mid–October to mid–December. Prevailing winds in this are usually southwesterly between April and October and north-easterly during the rest of the year. Historically, karisalkalampatti has relied on the annual rains of the monsoon season to replenish water reservoirs, as no major rivers flow through the area.
SUNDRAVALLI AMMAN TEMPLE:
The Sundravalli amman Temple located there was built in 19th century, and the Devi at the Sundravalli temple is believed to be highly powerful. Every year, in the Tamil month of Vaikasi, a 2-day pongal festival is celebrated, Vaikasi thiruvizha, along with daily deity procession and exhibitions. And also the Milk ice cream aka Paal Ice was prednly at the occasion of Vaigasi Festival.
SURAYI AMMAN TEMPLE:
Surayi Amman Temple is located nearly west side to Karisalkalampatti top rated water bottles. The video below shows the Kumbhabhishekham of Surayi Amman [16th September, 2016(Aavani 31, 2016)]. ஆலயம் தொழுவது சாலவும் நன்று… கோபுர தரிசனம் கோடி புண்ணியம்… புணருத்தாரணம் பூர்வ புண்ணியம்… கோயில் இல்லாத ஊரில் குடியிருக்க வேண்டாம்… – என்றெல்லாம் நம் முன்னோர்கள் கூறி கேட்டிருக்கிறோம்.
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Thiruvilakku Pooja, organised on pournami days of Tamil months from chithirai to panguni. It is a time for strengthening one`s positive energies through spiritual observances of prayer, meditation, recitation and fasting.