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CampusUK in Trichy
Chennai | Coimbatore | Trichy | Cochin

Our Trichy Office:
CampusUK, Trichy office is located in the third floor of Periyasamy Towers, a commercial complex situated at the centre of the Chatiram Central Bus stand. A lift facility is also available for the use of students and parents. Contact details...

 
About Trichy:
Trichy Trichy Office
 

Situated on the banks of the river Cauvery; Tiruchirappalli, the fourth largest city in the state of Tamil Nadu was a citadel of the early Cholas which later fell to the Pallavas. But the Pallavas never really managed to retain control of this strategic city and lost it to the Pandyas several times. This tug of war finally ended when the Cholas reasserted themselves in the 10th century. The fort of Tiruchy continued to be in their possession until the decline of the empire after which it became a Vijayanagara stronghold.

When this empire collapsed in 1565, Tiruchy (also called Trichy) came to be occupied in turn by the Nayaks of Madurai, the Marathas, the Nawabs of Carnatic, the French and finally the British. But it was under Nayaks of Madurai that Tiruchy flourished and prospered in its own right and grew to be the city that it is today. Tiruchy is a fine blend of tradition and modernity built around the Rock Fort. Apart from the fort, there are several churches colleges and missions dating back to the 1760s. With its excellent infrastructure facilities, Tiruchy will serve as a good base to see central Tamilnadu.

Trichy's most famous landmark is an 83m high rock, which is the only outcrop in the otherwise flat land of the city. Atop of the rock is the Ucchi Pillayar Koil, a temple dedicated to Lord Vinayaka, from where one can enjoy a panoramic view of Trichy. A flight of steps leads to the Mathrubutheswarar or Thayumanaswami temple dedicated to Lord Siva where the lingam is a projection of the rock itself.

 
General Information  
Area: 23.26 sq. kms. Rainfall: 83.5 cms average
Population: 162,000 Season: Throughout the year
Altitude: 78 meters Clothing: Tropical
Summer: 37.1°C Max 31.3°C Min Languages: Tamil, English and Urdu
Winter: 26.4°C Max 20.6°C Min Telephone Access Code: ++91 431
 

Access
Air: The airport at Trichy has flights to Chennai, Sharjah,Kuwait and Colombo.

Rail: It is also a major junction on the meter and broad gauge of Southern Railway and is connected to Chennai, Madurai, Thanjavur, Bangalore, Mysore, Tirupathi, Rameswaram and Kochi.

Road: Trichy is connected by a good network of roads to all important places in Tamil Nadu and there are frequent bus services from Trichy to all major places in the state.

 
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