Erode Information

         In the year 1979 this district was bifurcated from coimbatore and stood separate. Erode district today is surrounded by Namakkal, karur, Dindigul, Coimbatore and Nilgiris. The neighbour state is Karnataka. This district has three major rivers the flows into it, they are the Bhavani, the Noyyal and the Amaravathy which fluorishes the district to grow in all the aspects. Erode is famous for weaving industry with a humid climatic conditions of scanty rainfall and a dry climate. Erode is the district headquarters.

Erode Tourism Information

Government Museum

          This Museum was opened to the public in the year 1987. It has various exhibits such as kongu chola, hero stones from Bargur, Tanjore paintings, manuscripts, coins, geological objects, antiques and other items of historic remembrance. The museum is well known for its collection of olden day’s palm-leaf manuscriupts and coinsand also it has great significance to botanical and zoological specimens.

Peiyar Memorial house

         This is a memorial and a tributing spot of E.V. Ramasamy peiyar, who could be called as the south Indian ‘Soccuretes’. The may who made people think wise on rituality and superstitious beliefs this attempts to the society made him conquer the government patterns rule to the state that still exist on excellence even today.

Bhavani Sangameshwarar Temple
(12 km)

          This temple is famous because of three rivers, namely Cauvery Bhavani and invisible Amudha which merges together at this pilgrimage place is a fact and belief of the people of this state.

Hill Temple of Lord Murugan

         Sivan malai (50 km) chennimalai (30 km) Thrindalmalai ( 5 km) and Vattamalai ( 5 km) are all temples of lord murugan who is been worshipped by the people of the state of TamilNadu.

The Bannari Amman temple ( 75 km)

         This is a famous temple of this Erode District, situated at the bottom of the western ghats of the way to Mysore, prevails attention to the tourist to step down on divinity.

          The Bhavanisagar Dam is built across the river Bhavani which is about 16km from sathyamangalam.

Vellode(15 km)

       You have a bird sanctuary here.

Kodumudi ( 40 km)

         You have shrines of Siva, Vishnu and Brahma inside one temple complex. This is very famous for the Hindu believing people, because there avatars of the lord is at one place that really expresses divinity and spirituality to the people. Brahma – the creator, Vishnu- the protector and Siva – the destroyer of evil all at one roof temple prevails the spot.