Dindigul is a populated and an ancient city located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Ruled by different dynasties like Nayak, Raya, Chola, and Pallava, this city is a home to the numerous structures that were erected during the reign of these dynasties. The present day city is a well-known hub of leather production, lock manufacturing, textile spinning, and education in Tamil Nadu.
Resting in the foothills of Sirumalai, the city of Dindigul is elevated at a height of 870 feet above the sea level. Spreading across huge acres of land, it shares its borders with Trichy in North, Coimbatore in West, Sivaganga in East, and Madurai in South. It has a tropical wet climate. The summer season sees a rise in the mercury level with an average of 38°C. Dindigul faces mild winters as the average temperatures fall down at 17°C. The monsoon is a major season that lasts for 2 months. During this time, the heavy downpour is received by Dindigul.
There are several places that shouldn't be missed in Dindigul. The notable names like Sirumalai Hills, Sreenivasaperumal Temple, Amma Hillock, along with the shopping complexes of the city lure visitors on a large scale.