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           Welcome to Musiri Musiri is one of the towns located, on the Tiruchirapalli district, which has been embodiment of rich tradition and a land of peaceful living and has evolved, into an indispensable religious tourist destination, for its rich values. In fact Musiri is one of the very few panchayat town, which boost a literacy srate, as high as seventy five percentage and they have a unique construction of population, where both male and female share equal percentage. The panchayat town is located in northern banks of river Cauvery and quite understandably has agriculture, as its chief occupation. It was a chief inland port for Cheras, who ruled some parts of Tamil Nadu from Karur in the past and the bridge, which runs across river is the largest river bridge, in Tamil Nadu. Religious unity of Musiri is one of the many eye – catching features of this town, as temples, churches and mosques are found in vicinity and people have been living, with great brotherhood and mutual respect for all religions, though temples are more dominantly found. Musiri‘s infrastructure has evolved considerably from olden times and it hosts all features, which contrive the place for a peaceful living and also a bankable tourist destination. Tender coconuts and Bananas are the chief plantation products, which are inherently available in Musiri and typical south Indian foods like Idly, Sambar, Vadai along with Parotta and Kuruma are few of the popular cuisines available, in most of hotels in and around Musiri. Musiri has also hoarded lot of famous personalities to the globe and Subramnaian Musiri Iyer , a great musician can be a perfect example, who hailed from this pristine place. Tiruengomalai Arulmigu Maragadeshwari temple, which is just five kilometers from Musiri is one of the must – see landmarks in Musiri, which hosts a transparent lingham, that casts a green shadow in the place, where camphors are usually burned and it is called as Maragadha Lingham. It is one of the places, which hoards perfect aroma of India, where it successfully strikes the balance between past culture and contemporary growth, which can be dawned only, if you can lend some time and visit this unsullied.
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