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Rajapalayam to Palani Bus Timings and Fares
Bus From Rajapalayam to Palani
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Rajapalayam is a charming little town located in the Virudhunagar district in the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The town adorned with plush agricultural fields, rolling landscape and a pristine environment, is the place to head to, for relaxing and detoxifying weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the cities. For tourist attractions there is several awe inspiring natural attractions like the Ayyanar Falls and much more. One of the best time to visit Rajapalayam is during monsoon or winter when the weather adds to the beauty and serenity of the region. For souvenirs, tourists can take home the Rajapalayam breed of dogs home, which are a speciality of the region.
Palani is a city which is situated in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu in South India. It is famous for the temple of Kartikeya. Every year almost seven million devotees visit the temple. The city has the awesome picturesque beauty of the Western Ghats and the Palni Hills. Here lies the hill station of Kodaikanal. Moreover, the two hills namely Sivagiri and Sakthigiri are prominent in the city. Several lakes are also located here and the largest among them is the Vaiyyapuriyan Kulam.