Khajamalai

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Khajamalai
Khajapahadi
Neighbourhood
Khajamalai is located in Tiruchirapalli
Khajamalai
Khajamalai
Coordinates: 10°46′39″N 78°41′13″E / 10.77750°N 78.68694°E / 10.77750; 78.68694
Country  India
State Tamil Nadu
Time zone UTC+5.30 (IST)

Khajamalai (Tamil: காஜாமலை) or Kajamalai is a suburb in the city of Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India. Khajamalai gets its name from the rock or hill lock located at the heart of the locality. Muslim Sufi Saint Khwaja Syed Ahmed Shah Aulia is interred here. This Hillock was called Fakirs Tope during the British Raj

The Bharathidasan University's Centre of Distance Education is located here. The Anna Stadium complex.[1][2] are also located here.

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Notes

  1. ^ Prasad, G. (25 January 2011). "Veteran hockey players delighted with synthetic turf in Tiruchi". The Hindu.
  2. ^ Prasad, G. (16 June 2008). "Anna Stadium to get astro turf". The Hindu.


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