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Annanur
Annanur
Location of Annanur
in Tamil Nadu and India
Coordinates 13°6′6″N 80°7′42″E / 13.10167°N 80.12833°E / 13.10167; 80.12833
Country  India
State Tamil Nadu
District(s) Thiruvallur
Time zone IST (UTC+05:30)

Annanur is a small village in the state of Tamil Nadu, India near Avadi. It is located about 25 km from the heart of the city.

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Demographics

The majority of Annanur residents are railway employees, government and public servants and the traditional Annanur villagers. Individual plot owners out number than flat owners. Flat system has recently started to sell its business.[citation needed]

Transportation

Trains are convenient for commuters than bus.[citation needed] Annanur is served by the Annanur railway station on the Chennai suburban railway, which provides train service to Chennai.

Places of interest

St. Peter's Engineering College is located near the Annanur railway station. It is approximately 1.5 km from the Annanur railway station and is also well connected to Avadi and Ambattur by road.[1]

Nearby is the Vaishnavi Temple next to Vaishnodevi. Famous in the season of Navratri, the famous Shiva Temple is the oldest of chola temples. The nearby Amman Temple located in Sri Sakthi Nagar can be visited in all seasons and festival occasions. And buses are provided from Avadi depot to throughout Chennai and they stop at Vaishnavi nagar which is the extension and main area of annanur

Development

The recent developments are the 60 feet road which stretches from Railway station to Murugappa Polytechnic and connects to NH-4. 40 feet road is still under the screening. The new Annanur is majorly divided in to Sivasakthi nagar subdivided in to various sectors (A-F) and Sri Sakthi Nagar is subdivided in to old Tamil literature street names.[citation needed]

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