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Arakkonam is a specially administered town located in the Vellore district of Tamil Nadu, India. Situated approximately 69 kilometers southwest of Chennai, the capital city of the state, Arakkonam holds profound historical and cultural significance.
Known for its rich religious heritage, the town boasts a diversity of temples and religious places that attract devotees and tourists alike.
Arakkonam is particularly renowned for its ancient Shri Agahastheeswarar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva. This magnificent temple, with its intricate architecture and stunning carvings, stands as a testament to the town's deep-rooted spiritual heritage. Another prominent temple in Arakkonam is the Arulmigu Thalapureeswarar Temple, dedicated to Lord Ganesha, which is believed to have been built more than a thousand years ago. The town also houses the Perundevi Thayar Koil, a temple dedicated to the Goddess Mahalakshmi.
Apart from its religious allure, Arakkonam is an important railway junction that connects Chennai with several major cities across the country, including Mumbai and Bangalore. The town also houses an Indian Air Force base, which plays a crucial role in the country's defense system. With its strategic location and well-developed transport infrastructure, Arakkonam serves as a vital link connecting various regions of Tamil Nadu.
In recent years, Arakkonam has witnessed rapid urbanization and infrastructure development, including educational institutions, hospitals, and shopping centers. The town's economy primarily relies on agriculture, with the cultivation of paddy, sugarcane, and groundnuts being major contributors to the local economy. Additionally, Arakkonam is home to the Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, which provides specialized education and research in the field of veterinary sciences.
Arakkonam's captivating blend of cultural heritage, religious significance, and modern developments make it a fascinating destination for visitors seeking to explore the hidden gems of Tamil Nadu. Its vibrant festivals, historical architecture, and warm hospitability of the locals contribute to making Arakkonam a truly unique and enriching experience for all.
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Narkatiaganj to Arakkonam by car is well connected by road and is very convenient and comfortable drive. Narkatiaganj to Arakkonam distance is 1451 Km and is 25.1 hours journey. Other famous tourist places on this route and nearby are :
Being an Aggregator, CabBazar provides you enormous car options for your Narkatiaganj to Arakkonam taxi booking. You can mention your specific preference, if any, while raising a taxi booking request. Our partnered taxi services providers have various cars available with them for Narkatiaganj to Arakkonam taxi service. At high level, we classify taxi in below four categories :
|Vehicle Type||Model||Capacity||Per Km Rate|
|Hatchback||Wagon-R, Indica or similar||4 seater||Rs. 9|
|Sedan||Dzire, Etios or similar||4 seater||Rs. 9|
|SUV||Marazzo, Ertiga or similar||6 seater||Rs. 12.5|
|Assured Innova||Innova, Innova Crysta||6 seater||Rs. 13.5|
CabBazar is committed to keep the pricing as simple and clear as possible. So, we provide one price for your Narkatiaganj to Arakkonam taxi which covers a specified maximum kilometer and maximum days. So, you know upfront how much taxi is going to cost you and plan your budget well.
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