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Bus From Guntur to Erode
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Situated 266 Km South East of Hyderabad it is a centre of learning, and has a high literacy rate of 74%, with female literacy rate being 70%, and houses the Acharya Nagarjuna University & Guntur Institute of Medical Sciences. A centre for business and commerce, it’s a major transportation and textile hub with agricultural exports of chilies, cotton & tobacco. The average temperature is warm to hot and it’s characterized by a Topical climate. Fourth largest in the state both in area and population, Telugu & Urdu are widely spoken here.
Erode, the administrative headquarters of Erode District is situated in the state of Tamil Nadu. It was previously part of the Coimbatore district but in 1979 it became a separate district. This city is located on the banks of River Kaveri. It is about 400 kilometers away from state capital Chennai and about 80 kilometers from Coimbatore. The city mainly famous as “Loom city of India” for marketing its power loom textile, Hand loom products and readymade garments. It is an important market centre for Turmeric. It is one of the largest coco-nut oil producers in south India. Erode district has a place of unique importance in the Industrial map of Tamil Nadu as 40.32 percent of its population depends on non-agricultural sector.