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My Home Town terrace View. Ambur,Tamilnadu,India.

The words 'Amb' (our) and 'ur' (place) together became Ambur which means "Ourplace". 

It has an average elevation of 316 metres (1036 feet).

It lies exactly between IT hubs Chennai and Bengaluru It is at a distance of 180 km from these two cities both on roads via NH 46 and on rails. The district headquarters, vellore is about 52 km from the town towards Chennai. The proposed development of "Chennai-Bengaluru industrial corridor of excellence" is expected to stimulate the industrial growth which will improve the socio economic condition of the town.

Extremely hot and dry during summer when temperature soars to as high as 43 degree C (110 F). Winter is cold and dry with temperature dipping to 10 degree C during the night.

External Links

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambur

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Uploaded: 20/09/2013
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