Jewel shops in karaikudi||Thangamayil Jewellery karaikudi||Tata gold plus Karaikudi

Jewel shops in karaikudi||Thangamayil Jewellery karaikudi||Tata gold plus Karaikudi

Thanga Mayil Jewellery PVT LTD

No 333a, Hotel Udhayam, Sekkalai Road, Karaikudi H O, Karaikudi - 630001 

Thangamayil Jewellery established on 1947, by Mr. N Balusamy Chettiar, father of our founder members Mr. Balarama Govinda Das, Mr. Ba. Ramesh and Mr. N.B. Kumar. A modest propreitory concern initiated in the name of Balu Jewellery @ Swami Sannathi Street in Madurai. On having a firm control in the operations, he handed over his legacy to his sons (founder members), during the late seventies. Further relocated the showroom to South Aavani Moola Street, in a 100 sq. ft. premises.
The firm widened its wings and incorporated as Private Limited Company, on March 2000. Further charmed as Thangamayil Jewellery Limited on November 2007, by incorporating as Public Limited Company.

Objectives of the Company

Customers world over are becoming conscious about the jewellery they buy. Before making a purchase, they are concerned that the jewellery should meet ethical standards, their extraction should not harm the environment and that indigenous people and workforces should not be exploited. These concerns have been addressed by the global jewellery industry and there are many initiatives being taken to protect the environment and the communities in places where gold and diamonds are mined.
Thangamayil Jewellery has concern for the people, customers, community, market and environment. Though our goal is maximising returns on investments, we would never pursue commercial success at the expense of the communities in which we operate.
We aim to design and manufacture quality jewels in the most cost-efficient manner and distribute them through our chain of jewellery shops all over Tamil Nadu. With an outstanding level of sales and delivery service, incapable of being matched by our competitors, we strive to increase our market share. Our vision is to provide the highest level of service possible to all Tamil people worldwide and the communities we serve. Another motto is to be number one whatever we are in all aspects of our business.

Tata gold plus
Titan Industries’ Goldplus is designed for the jewellery preferences of the semi-urban and rural Indian customer. With a presence in 31 towns spread across 6 states, Goldplus is the largest jewellery retail chain in Tamil Nadu.
In addition to gold jewellery, the brand also offers impressive designs embellished with diamonds, American diamonds (Cubic Zirconia) and other precious stones. The Goldplus jewellery comes with the assurance of purest 22-karat (916) and 18-karat (750) gold and premium craftsmanship. Every Goldplus product is endorsed by a certificate that states the purity of the gold and the quality of diamonds used in the article.
The elaborate and intense quality checks during the manufacturing process ensure the purity of gold and a perfect finish. The gold is purchased in the form of bars from only those banks that are certified by Reserve Bank of India (RBI). Using this gold, jewellery is crafted in Titan Industries’ manufacturing units in Hosur, Tamil Nadu where highly skilled artisans create traditional and modern designs.

A R R Jewellery

No 22/4, Karaikudi, Avichi Chettiar Sandhi, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-234556

Alfas Jewellery

Deepa Complex, Raja Tea Stall, ARU.A.Veethi, karaikudi h o, KARAIKUDI - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-236088

Agni Iswarya Jewellary

56 (81 / 9), Shanna Complex, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-238476

Kumar Jewellers

35, Kallukatti Kilzakku, Near Koppudaiamman Kovil, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-234641

M.K. Sundaram Chettiar Son  Jewellers

43, Amman Sannathi,Kkdi, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-237286

Maganlal Mehta & Co Diamond & Gold Jewellery (PVT) LTD

AVM Building, Kallukatti, KARAIKUDI - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-234582

Matha Jewellers

Matha, Amman Sannathi, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-238543

Murugan Jewellery

No 6 Welcome Plaza, Kallukatti North, karaikudi bus stand, Karaikudi - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-04565

Rathina Vilas Jewellers

136, Amman Sannithi, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001
Call: +(91)-(4565)-236215

SRI Azhagar Malaiyaan Jewellers

No 155/1, Manikoondu, Amman Sannathi, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001
Call: +(91)-(4565)-238007

Sri Kopudaiamman Quality Jewellery

1, Amman Sannathi, 15, Aavitchi Chettiyar Street, karaikudi h o, KARAIKUDI - 630001
Call: +(91)-(4565)-237195

Sri Kuberan Jewellers

92, C S Mithas Complex, Amman Sannathi, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-234466

Sri Maharaj Jewellery Karaikudi

No 51, Koppudaiyamman Temple, Amman Sannathi Street, karaikudi bus stand, Karaikudi - 630001
Call: +(91)-(4565)-04565

Sri Sarvamangalam Jewellery

2/20,Lakshmi Lodge Building, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001
Call: +(91)-(4565)-238003

Sundram Jwellery

Karaikudi, Amman Sannithi, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001
Call: +(91)-9965425247

Velu Jewellery

1,ST Floor, Manicoondu, Amman Sannathi, karaikudi h o, KARAIKUDI - 630001 
Call: +(91)-(4565)-235391

VKS Jeweller A/C

MPA Complex, Kallukatti, South, ARU.A.Street, karaikudi h o, Karaikudi - 630001
Call: +(91)-9942489098

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Central Electrochemical Research Institute(CECRI),Karaikudi

central electrochemical research institute

 Central Electrochemical Research Institute (CECRI), founded in 1948, has its roots in the patriotic fervor of Dr. R. M. Alagappa Chettiar, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Dr. Shanthi Swarup Bhatnagar. On January 14, 1953 CECRI became a physical reality when Dr. S. Radhakrishnan dedicated CECRI, the twelfth national laboratory under the CSIR, to the nation. CECRI today is a proud family of 427 employees, 137 of whom are scientists. It represents the largest research establishment for electrochemistry in South Asia, Headquartered at Karaikudi, CECRI has extension centers in Chennai, Mandapam and Tuticorin. Located at latitude of 10.06O and longitude of 78.8O, CECRI, Karaikudi is about 85 km away both from Trichi and Madurai. The ambience at CECRI is quite apt for R&D work. CECRI campus has unique bird life and is amply green and serene.
In his address on the occasion of laying the foundation stone of the institute, Pandit Nehru said, “ … I believe that by such undertakings and by yoking science to public good we can advance the lot of the people of India enormously.” In translating those words into action, CECRI has blossomed into a launching pad for a multitude of technologies for the Indian electrochemical industry. Naturally, reflecting on the fact that the inimitable Dr. Alagappa Chettiar donated 300 acres of land and Rs. 15 lakh in cash in 1948 to establish a national laboratory devoted solely to Electrochemistry at a time when Electrochemistry was relegated to the flip-side of Physical Chemistry syllabi in universities, one cannot miss the rare philanthropy and foresightedness of this great visionary.
In living up to its raison d'etre, the institute works on a gamut of problems covering all facets of electrochemical science and technology: Corrosion Science and Engineering, Electrochemical Materials Science, Functional Materials and Nanoscale Electrochemistry, Electrochemical Power Sources, Electrochemical Pollution Control, Electrochemicals, Electrodics and Electrocatalysis, Electrometallurgy, Industrial Metal Finishing, and Computer Networking and Instrumentation. The institute provides a single and unique canopy under which all aspects of electrochemistry and related areas are researched in their dimensions. CECRI’s activities are directed towards development of new and improved products and processes as well as novel innovations in electrochemical science and technology. CECRI runs several projects in collaboration with laboratories from within and outside India.
In the year 2004, CECRI was selected as one of the nodal laboratories for R&D on hydrogen-based fuel cells under the New Millennium Indian Technology Leadership Initiative. Such a R&D program is seminal for the country since hydrogen has come to be seen as the ultimate fuel for the future. In a short span of two years, CECRI has developed and demonstrated self-sustainable polymer electrolyte fuel cell stacks for portable power applications, clearly establishing its capability to fructify a concept into the product. Based on this noteworthy contribution, prestigious clean energy projects for cutting-edge R&D on hydrogen-based fuel cells and next-generation lithium batteries have been awarded to CECRI during the eleventh five year plan.
CECRI assists the Indian industry by conducting surveys and undertaking consultancy projects. The institute also conducts short-term refresher courses for the benefit of the industry and academia. As part of its human resource development programme, CECRI runs Anna University’s B Tech and M Tech courses in Chemical & Electrochemical Engineering. Researchers from this part of the country make good use of the excellent library as well as the state-of-the-art analytical and characterization facilities at the institute. CECRI also organizes national and international conferences for dissemination of scientific knowledge. CECRI is alive to societal obligations and participates in such activities as entrepreneur development and CSIR’s youth development programme. CECRI is recipient of several technology awards for its telling service to Indian industry.
To say that the Central Electrochemical Research Institute is the mainstay of electrochemical industry in India is to state the obvious.

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The bangla karaikudi

The bangala

Earlier it was known as "Senjai Bangala", The Bangala is 
now in its 9th year as a heritage stay.The bangla  came into exixtence in 1910.The first building which is the 
front office room and the verandah around 
it was built at that time. 



Room tariff
at The Bangala

The tariffs at The Bangala have been designed with
 the discerning traveler in mind- somebody who 
can appreciate the value of the refined luxury 
that Chettinad is famous for. 
You can choose from 10 Classic rooms and 14 Club rooms. 
There are no summer rates or off-season rates. 
The given rates are inclusive of all taxes and service charges.
Club Rooms
Rs. 6350
Classic Rooms
Rs. 5650
Additional cost for Meals
Rs. 300
Rs. 600
Rs. 600
Tariff Effective 1st October 2011 to 30th September 2012 (inclusive of all taxes and service charges).
Extra bed will be provided at a cost of Rs.2100 per bed per night.

Special luncheon packages are available
on request.
Above 4 pax Rs. 750 per person. 4 Pax
and belowRs. 950 per person.


The bangla devakottai road, karaikudi

Here is The bangla this link

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Famous personalties from karaikudi

Chettiar.jpgPadmabushan Dr. K.V. AL. RM. Alagappa Chettiar,   (April 6, 1909 - April 5, 1957), was an Indian businessman and philanthropist.

 Early life

Dr. RM. Alagappa Chettiar was born in Kottaiyur in the Sivaganga District of Tamil Nadu to K.V.AL. Ramanathan Chettiar and Umayal Achi. He attended Presidency College at Chennai, where he became friendly with Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, a model teacher who later on became President of India. In 1930 at the age of 21 he was the first M.A. (English Language and Literature) from the community of Nattukottai Nagarathars.
After his graduation he went to England to pursue the study of Law. He qualified for the Bar at Middle Temple in England and became a ' Bar-at-Law ' to be cherished by the people of Chettinad. Adventurous by nature he was awarded a pilot certificate at Croydon, London. During this time he became the first Indian trainee in the Chartered Bank, London.


Philanthropy in Education

He harboured a firm conviction that education is an absolute must for a human being to become productive, wholesome and humane. In 1943 he donated one lakh (100,000) rupees for the installation and development of the Tamil Department of Travancore University.
In 1947 at the Dr.Annie Besant centenary celebrations he answered the call for industrialists to help educate India by spontaneously offering to start an Arts College in Karaikudi. This college, Alagappa Arts College started at Gandhi Maleghai, opened three days later. His generous donations led to the establishment of a string of educational institutions, which formed the basis for the foundation of the Alagappa University in 1985 by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
He convinced Prime Minister Nehru to house one of the Government's National Research Institutes in the heart of the Alagappa campus. As Dr. Radhakrishnan, the Vice President of India surmised at the opening of the Central Electro Chemical Research Institute (CECRI) on 14 Jan 1953. " The magnificent gift of 300 acres (1.2 km2) of land and fifteen lakhs (1.5 million) of rupees by Dr. Alagappa Chettiar helped the Government of India to select Karaikudi as the seat of Electro Chemical Research Institute. Being a businessman himself, Dr. Alagappa Chettiar is aware of the industrial possibilities of our country and the need for scientific, technical and technological education. In his lifetime he has built a monument for himself and you have only to look around. "
Dr. Alagappa Chettiar pioneered the centre of excellence "A.C.College of Technology" (named after him) at Guindy, Chennai, which offers specialised Engineering & Technology courses including Chemical Technology, Petroleum Refining & Petrochemicals, Textile Engineering, Leather Technology, Industrial Biotechnology, Ceramic Technology, Pharmaceutical Technology, Food Technology, etc. Presently it comes under the governance of Anna University.
His crowning piece of philanthropy was giving away his own palatial residence in Kottaiyur to found a women's college.

Avichi Meiyappa Chettiar (28 July 1907 – 12 August 1979), also known as A. V. Meiyappan or AVM was an Indian film producer, director and philanthropist who established the AVM Productions in Vadapalani, Chennai. He is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of Tamil cinema,[2] and one of three movie moguls of the South Indian film industry along with S. S. Vasan and L. V. Prasad.[3] His production company AVM Productions is the only production company in Kollywood (Tamil film industry) to run successfully for five decades and three generations.
AVM was born in Karaikudi in a well-to-do Nagarathar family. He moved to Chennai (then known as Madras) at an early age and established Saraswathi Stores which sold gramophone records. Subsequently, he entered the film industry and started directing his own films. After some initial setbacks, AVM delivered a string of hits in the early 1940s. Following the immense success of his 1947 film Nam Iruvar, AVM moved to film production and established AVM Productions in Chennai, first at Santhome and then at Kodambakkam. In 1951, AVM entered the Hindi film industry with the film Bahar starring Vyjayanthimala. By the time he died in 1979, he had produced 167 films.
Some of the greatest hits produced by AVM Productions are Vazhkai, Bahar, Parasakthi, Hum Panchi Ek Dal Ke, Bhookailash, Kalathur Kannamma, Server Sundaram and Major Chandrakanth. AVM also directed a number of films in the 1930s and 1940s, the notable ones being Alli Arjuna, Bhookailash, Sabapathy, Sri Valli and Nam Iruvar.

karaikudi Mani karaikudi Mani was born on September 11, 1945 at Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu. He is the son of Late Sri.T. Ramanatha Iyer and Smt. Pattammal. He stepped into Carnatic Music at the age of 3. Although he commenced with Vocal training, very soon he realised his special interest was in Percussion and switched over to the Mridangam.
His Gurus were Karaikudi Sri Rangu Iyengar, Sri T R Harihara Sharma and Sri K M Vaidyanathan. His first stage performance took place when he was 8 years old at Karaikudi. Thereafter he developed the Karakudi Mani Bhani (Style), which won the hearts of many young percussionists and others all over the World and has earned him the status of being a trend-setter in the field of Mridangam.[citation needed]


“Master Mani” as he is now known[citation needed], was soon performing regularly. He was growing up in what is now hailed as the Golden era of music. It was the time when the Great father of Mridangam, Sri Palghat Mani Iyer was in his prime. Mani professes immense admiration for the veteran Mridangist. In his early days, Mani idolised the great Palghat Mani Iyer, and soon became noticed by the Mridangam giant himself. Mani proclaims one of his greatest accolades to be the instance when Sri Palghat Mani Iyer praised Mani in a public concert.
Master Mani was soon making a mark in Carnatic world through his natural born flair and devotion to music. He commenced tutelage under Sri Haihara Sharma after moving to Chennai. Master Mani received his first national award from the then President of India, Dr Radhakrishnan at the age of 18. For the next four decades, he declined scores of prestigious awards that were offered to him, until 1999[1] when he accepted the national award from "Sangeeth Natak Academy". This was presented by the President of India at the time, Mr K.R. Narayanan.
As a teenage musician he performed with the likes of D K Pattammal, Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer,Lalgudi G Jayaraman,Dr. M BalamuraliKrishna, Madurai Somu, Chembai Vaidhyanatha Bagavathar, T. R. Mahalingam, Voleti Venkateshwarulu, M D Ramanathan, and M.S.Subbulakshmi, to mention a few.

Chidambaram Palaniappan (Tamil: ப. சிதம்பரம்; born 16 September 1945) is an Indian politician with the Indian National Congress and the current Union Minister of Home Affairs of the Republic of India. Previously he was the Finance Minister of India from May 2004 to November 2008. However, after the resignation of Shivraj Patil, Chidambaram was made the Home Affairs Minister.[2]

Chidambaram was born to Kandanur(near karaikudi) L. Ct. L. Palaniyappa Chettiar and Mrs. Lakshmi Achi in Kanadukathan in the Sivaganga District, in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. He was born into the royal family of Chettinad.[3] Chidambaram did his schooling from the Madras Christian College Hr.Sec.School, Chennai. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) degree in Statistics from The Presidency College, Chennai, he completed his Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from the Madras Law College currently Dr. Ambedkar Government Law College, Chennai, and his Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Harvard Business School class of 1968. He also holds a Masters from Loyola College, Chennai.[4]
He enrolled as an Advocate in the Chennai High Court. He was designated as a Senior Advocate in 1984. He has chambers in Delhi and Chennai and practices in the Supreme Court and in various High Courts in India

kendriya vidyalaya karaikudi

kendriya vidyalaya karaikudi
Kendriya Vidyalaya, CECRI Campus , Karaikudi made her humble beginning on 17th August, 1976, as a branch Vidyalaya of Kendriya Vidyalaya , Madurai with a population of 94 students.

Kendriya Vidyalaya, CECRI Campus, Karaikudi, provides educational facilities to the wards of CECRI employees and also the Defense personals, Central Government employees, Life Insurance Corporation of India and Nationalized Banks.

But since, 1987 a sizeable quantum of the wards of State Government employees, Business community and General public could find place for their wards in Kendriya Vidyalaya.

The instruction is imparted through the media of English & Hindi, the ultimate object being to enable students to achieve a reasonable measure of proficiency in both the languages.

Computer Education is provided by well qualified specialists from Class I to Class X. The Vidyalaya has two well equipped Computer Laboratories with 23 computers.

Kendriya Vidyalaya
CECRI Campus, Karaikudi - 630002
(Sivaganga Dist, Tamil Nadu)

Phone:- 04565-224596
Fax: - 04565- 228612

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schools in karaikudi

There are matriculation,CBSE,and state board schools in karaikudi.
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Sri Meenakshisundareswarar
Sivan Kovil Street

Alagappa Matric Hr Sec School Principal

Alagappa Preparatory school 

Alagappa Model Hr Sec School
College Road, Alagapppuram

Kamban Karpagam Matriculation School
Aruna Nagar

Kamban Karpagam Matriculation School Admn Office Room
Aruna Nagar

Kamban Karpagam Matriculation School Correspondent
Aruna Nagar

Maruthamalayan School Correspondent

S.M.S. Hr. Sec. School

Gandhi Matric. School
Servar Thottam Ariyakudi

Chidambaram Chettiar Girls' Higher Secondary School

Sagaya Matha School 

Kendriya Vidyalaya School Principal

Visalakshi School

Central School kendriya Vidyalaya Principal

chettinad public school
managiri road 
near vasan eye care

bharat public school

Cinema Halls in Karaikudi

There are totally 6 theaters in karaikudi.

Pandian cinemas    a/c qube dts  -near hotel subhalakshmi palace
sathian cinemas     qube dts        -near gandhi thidal
nataraja talkies      a/c qube dts   -senjai karaikudi web:
sivam theater         qube dts        -near old bustand
ramavilas theater   qube dts        -v.o.c road karaikudi
new cinema theater     dts           -muthupatnam   

PANDIAN CINEMAS is Karaikudi’s principal entertainment zone, with three Theatres -Pandian, Sathian and Sankar, where you could have access to the latest technology. You are assured of a good movie and dining experience with the family after a hard working day. Easily accessible with good parking, it is movie viewing minus hassles. Ticketing is automated and error free. We also can organize door delivery of tickets. Tele booking facility is available and ofcourse you can book online.

Facilities:Ample Car park
Children's play area

Nataraja cinemas:Theatre is the place for entertainment, joyfulness and mind relaxation. Seeing the movie in the theatre is pleasurable, and enjoyable. The theatre owners studied audience mind and interest, started to build the theatre to meet audience comfortability. Environmental ambiance, air conditioning, audio, clarity in pictures as well as refreshment including moving areas and parking of vehicles.
This concept was foresighted by promoters of Nataraja Theatre situated in Karaikudi nothing but a person called MS Ramaswamy chettiar in those days when public were not Heard about moving picture theatre . The man who got a great idea to promote a well Aesthetically, modern theatre with all sort of facilities including appearance and placement of seats and affordability of audience etc. The theatre is a master piece in those Days and audiences were keenly attracted to see picture movie in this theatre. All credit to this concept goes to a man with a greater vision, hailed from a nattukottai chettiar. 

Now this legacy is being carried forward by one of the grand son to rejunivate the entire concept of theatre experince in the same place with ultra modern Technology for exhibiting movies in the Name of Nataraja Talkies. The Theatre is situated in karaikudi enroute to Devakottai .