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The Coimbatore urban wetlands harbours around 116 species of birds.
The forests here are abundant in commercially significant trees such as teak, sandalwood, rosewood and bamboo.It is surrounded by the Western Ghats mountain range on the west and north, with reserve forests and the (Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve) on the northern side.Sanganur pallam, Kovilmedu pallam, Vilankurichi-Singanallur Pallam, Karperayan Koil pallam, Railway feeder roadside drain, Tiruchy-Singanallur Check drain and Ganapathy pallam are some of the streams that drain the city.The Nilgiris slope of the Mettupalayam range is rich in sandalwood trees and bamboo.They vary from rich tropical evergreen forests of Punachi range to jungles of shrubs in southern ranges.After the Vijayanagara Empire fell in the 17th century, the Madurai Nayaks established their state as an independent kingdom.
The Nayaks introduced the Palayakkarar system under which Kongu nadu region was divided into 24 Palayams.
With its strategic location in Southern India, Coimbatore has a notable presence of defence forces, with units of the Army, Navy, Air Force and para-military forces like the Central Reserve Police Force and Border Security Force stationed in the District.
Coimbatore district is in the western part of Tamil Nadu, bordering the state of Kerala.
Much of Tamil Nadu came under the rule of the Vijayanagara Empire by the 15th century.
In the 1550s, Madurai Nayaks who were the military governors of the Vijaynagara Empire took control of the region.
A western pass to Kerala, popularly referred to as the Palghat Gap provides its boundary.