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           Dindigul is one of the towns with a causal name. The name 'Dindigul' can be deduced from the fact that there was a large hill like Dindigul in the middle of the town. Before this the name was Tindeswaram. This is the mythical name. When the king of Tindi ruled the city, he persecuted the people. People repented for Isan. Some say that the town was named Tindeeswaram because of the destruction of Tindi by Lord Shiva Easwaran.Dindigul is a combination of the two words 'Dindu' and 'Kal' as a hill fort like 'pillow' and the entire fort is made of stone. It is said that the name came from the bare hills facing the city..


           Dindigul came under Pandiyar rule. Especially during the Vijayanagara regime. Under different regimes, Dindigul town gradually developed into a stronger military base. The fort was fortified in various ways by the Nayaka kings of Madurai, the Nawabs of Arcot, the kings of Mysore and also the British. we all know from history that each of them fought alternately to beat this fort. Dindigul saved the Pandya nation from many of its tribulations. it had been one of the important military bases of Tipu Sultan's father Haider Ali.

Few Drops of Dindigul:


Lock production is mostly done in Dindigul. The lock made here is made in a color that no one can easily open. Dindigul lock is world-famous.

Dindigul Flower Business Center

Areas around Dindigul have good flower yields. In Tamil Nadu, flower prices are generally determined by the Tovalai Flower Center and the Dindigul Florist Center only.

Leather factories

Dindigul has tanneries located at Begampur, Nagalnagar, Mettupatti, Paraipatti, Thozhipettai, and Nallampatti. In Dindigul, the skins are safely transported to Chennai. Then from Chennai, the skins used to make various products are exported abroad. In this place, weekly market, the supply of sheep - skins is higher than that of cow skins.

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Trichy to Dindigul Cab Rental Types

Cab Options No. of Persons Vehicle Variants Suitable for
Mini 4 Indica Economic
Sedan 4 Dezire/Indigo/Etios/Zest Comfort journey
MPV 6 or 7 Innova/Xylo/Tavera Small Group
Tempo Traveller 12 Tempo Traveller Medium Group
Van 17 Mahindra Tourister X-Medium Group

Hi-Tech Van

21 Hi-Tech Van Large Group

Trichy to Dindigul Cab Fare

             Distance between Trichy and Dindigul is 110 Kilometres, approximate travel duration is 2 hour. Up & Down 220 Kilometres. 

             Cab fare from Trichy to Dindigul is obviously split into respective charges and no hidden charges. Cab fare for Trichy to Dindigul  ₹2,960/- approximately. Fare may varies based on the car variant, distance driven and duration. Our online booking provides you with approximate cab cost between Trichy and Dindigul.

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(1 Days stands for 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM Calender Days and Amount in INR) - Trichy to Dindigul Tour Package.

Cab Type No. of Pax Car Variants Non- AC AC Dicount (5%) After 5% Disc Non-AC After 5%    Disc AC
Mini 4 Indica 2,960/- 3,380/- 5 % 2,812/- 3,211/-
Sedan 4 Zest 3,280/- 3,600/- 5 % 3,116/- 3,420/-
Sedan Etios 4 Etios -NA- 3,900/- 5 % -NA- 3705/-
MPV 6 or 7 Innova -NA- 5,500/- 5 % -NA- 5,225/-
Tempo Traveller 12 Tempo Traveller 6,120/- 6,860/- 5% 5,814/- 6,517/-
Van 17 Mahindra Tourister 5,800/- -NA- 5% 5,510/- -NA-

Hi-Tech Van

21 Hi-Tech Van 7,740/- 9,620/- 5% 7,353/- 9,139/-

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Journey Route for Trichy to Dindigul

            Tour trip starts from Trichy and ends at Dindigul.Trip route has estimated as Trichy - Manapparai - VadaMadurai - VelvarKottai- Dindigul-

Trichy to Dindigul car Journey wayside restaurant:

Trichy to Dindigul wayside  restaurants
S.No Restaurants Res.Type Rating Location Phone.No
1. Anbu Mess Veg & - Non Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ 4.3 (30) Chinna Kadai Street,Near Labour office , Manapparai, Trichy to Dindigul way. --
2. Amutha Surabi Pure-Veg Pure- Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐5.0(30) Ramasamy Street,MGR Nagar,Manapparai, Trichy to Dindigul way. --
3. Hotel Kumara Vilas Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ 4.1(32) Manapparai , Trichy to Dindigul way. --
4. New Manavai Biryani Non-Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆4.7(3) Kovil Patti Rd, Manapparai, Trichy to Dindigul way. 7010937269
5. Namma pasanga restaurant Veg Ac ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐4.(12) VGP Complex,RS Rd, VadaMadurai, Trichy to Dindigul way, --
6. Punjabi Dhaba Restaurant veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 3.9(167) Chennai Theni HGY, Vadamadurai, Trichy to Dindigulway way, --
7. om muruga hotel Veg- Non veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆3.9(120) Trichy Dindigul Rd, Vadamadurai, Trichy to Dindigul way. --
8. Hotel Sree Chendur Bhavan   Veg and Non Veg Ac ⭐⭐⭐☆4.1(7) Vadamadurai, Trichy to Dindigul way. -
9. Hotel Ram Prasath Veg - Non Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆4.3(10) kanapadi,kanapadi post bus stand ,Trichy to Dindigul way. 9655851620
10. Sri Kamatchi Bhavan Hotel Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ 4.9(26) Eriodu,vadamadurai, Trichy to Dindigul way. 9750759130
11. DOSA RESTAURANT veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐3.9(354) Dindigul, Trichy to Dindigul way. --
12. S.S. Coffee Bar & Veg Hotel Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐4.9(30) Thiruvalluvar Salai,Spencer compound, Trichy to Dindigul way. --
13. Kashwa Halal Biriyani Non-veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆4.9(10) Hasanathpuram, Trichy to Dindigul way.--
14. TAJ restaurant Veg - Non Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆4.2(57) Railway Station Rd,Dindigul ,Trichy to Dindigul way. --
15. Thirupathi Chapathi Stall Non- Veg ⭐⭐⭐⭐☆4.1(1,122) Chatram st, New Akraharam , Begampur ,Dindigul,Trichy to Dindigul way. 04562 256 2425

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Places must be visit on the way from Trichy to Dindigul

1. Dindigul clock .

          The Dindigul clock was set during the British period. It is located in the heart of Dindigul city, near the Dindigul Corporation office. At the top of the tower pillars are placed clocks on all four sides of the glass ark and are used by the general public. Public meetings of political parties are held nearby.

2. Tipu Sultan Manimandapam .

           In 2014, the Government of Tamil Nadu announced that a mani mandapam would be set up at Dindigul, on behalf of the government, on the same premises in memory of Haider Ali and Tipu Sultan, who fought valiantly against the British imperial rule and slavery and despised their lives. Accordingly, the site of the Tamil Nadu Waqf Board was allotted in the Palace Pond area of Begampur, Dindigul for the construction of the Mani Mandapam. A mandapam is currently being built there.

3. Gopala Nayak Manimandapam .

         The bridge is proud to be the first of its kind in India. I mean this is what happens in two-story bridges The first bridge built in India. The bridge was built to avoid crossing the tracks at the Nellie Junction. It is 800 meters long and has 25 cross pillars. Of these, 13 pillars are arched and 30.30 m wide. The other 12 pillars are 11.72 m wide.

4. Kumaran Park .

          Kumaran Park is located at the foothills of Dindigul. Covering an area of about 30 acres, the park was established in 1952. Includes children's play equipment, decorative entrance, birdhouse, zoo, snack bar..

5. Fort Mariamman .

           In the late eighteenth century, there was only a small pedestal and the original idol of the goddess. Under the hill fort, the army of the time of Tipu Sultan established a small monastery and placed a statue of Mariamman. That is what the people of Dindigul say. Fort Mariamman There is three special gates to this temple.

6. Begumpur Great Mosque .

          Begumpur Great Mosque was built during the reign of Haider Ali. This ancient mosque is over 300 years old. Amirunnisa Begum, the younger sister of King Haider Ali, is buried in the premises of this mosque. This area is also known as Begumpur by the name of Amirunnisa Begum and this mosque is also known as Begumpur Big School Gate in Dindigul.

7. St. Joseph's Church.

           The church was built between 1866 and 1872. This 100 year old church is one of the most important places of worship in the region as it is the headquarters of all the Roman Catholic Churches in Dindigul district.

8. Malaikottai .

            The Nayaka king Muthu Krishnappa Nayaka, who ruled Madurai within the 17th century (1605), built a fort around the temple and built a fort on the Hill, hence the name Fort. The temple is specially designed so the first - morning sunlight falls directly on the idol of the sanctum sanctorum. In 1788 AD, the British recaptured the fort and used it as a military base to suppress the settlers of Dindigul. Gopal Nayak, who was the leader of the settlers, and his accomplices Somanthurai, Periyapatti, Nagamanayak, Tumachi Nayak, and Somanatha Sarvai were arrested by the nation on May 4, 1801, and hanged on November 5. To counter the settlers, the cannon mound erected within the middle of the fort still stands today. The armory and logistics rooms built by country are located within the middle of the fort. Dindigul Fort has met many English rulers. As you climb the steps, you'll see long white lines that are one foot wide. This is often an indication of loading goods on a cart with large wheels. The location is maintained by the Archaeological Survey of India. Visitors are allowed to go to and it'd be nice if travelers could avoid harming the fort considering the history and specialty of this place.