Special features/Highlights of your district:

•Palani Murugan Temple, Thadikombu •Perumal Temple, Dindigul
• Kottai Mariammam Temple
•Shri Bhaktha Anjaneyar Temple (51 ft biggest Anjaneyar)
•Vedasandur, Dindigul
•Begambur Big Mosque, Dindigul
• Abirami Amman Temple, Athoor
•Sadayandi temple Nadupatti
• Anjaneyar Temple, Kunnuvarankottai or Kunnapatti (also locally pronounced as Kannapatti ,Kasi Visalakshi
•Viswanathar temple Kunnuvarankottai Kasi Visalakshi
•Viswanathar temple, Anaipatti Anjaneyar temple, Devadanapatty Kamakshi Amman temple
•Sendaraya Perumal temple in Old Batlagundu.
• goddess Arulmigu DurgaiAmman,middle of a tree garden on the channel bank near the agricultural fields of the Keeranur.
Keeranur is a historical village in Palani taluk of Dindigul district.
•Sri Veerunagammal" Temple in Koonur Vellampatty.
•Sri Marimuthu Swamy" temple Vellam Patty.
• Muniappan kovil near Usilampatty in Vedasandur taluk, also an Agni amman kovil is there.
•Arulmigu mudakkaatru karuppana swamy temple,located in Mandapam pudur, Sriramapuram village, Vedasandur taluk.

Demographic details with literacy rate:

According to the 2011 census Dindigul district has a population of 2,161,367, roughly equal to the nation of Namibia or the US state of New. This gives it a ranking of 211th in India (out of a total of 640). The district has a population density of 357 inhabitants per square kilometer (920 /sq mi) its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was 12.39%. Dindigul has a sex ratio of 998females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate is 76.85%.

Number of educational districts with name:

- 1. Dindigul Educational District
- 2. Palani Educational District


Number of blocks with name - 16 Blocks.

Athoor, Batlagundu, Dindigul – Rural, Guziliamparai, Kodaikanal, Natham, Nilakottai, Oddanchathram, Palani – Rural, Reddiarchathram, Sanarpatty, Thoppampatty, Vadamadurai, Vedasandur, Dindigul – Urban, Palani – Urban

Count of schools

Number of BRC centers - 16

Number of primary schools - 1400

Number of middle school - 484

Number of High schools - 115

Number of Higher Schools - 131