(Last Updated on : 03/02/2009)
Kinathukadavu is a panchayat town that has flourished in the district of Coimbatore district of the state of Tamil Nadu.
Without depicting the demographical scenario of a town it becomes impossible for a person to identify its salient features. In order to achieve such goal , eminent demographers have conducted surveys and thus prepared reports on the basis of the facts that they have collected from these surveys. The most prominent is the Census report that has been published in the year 2001. Data like population, literacy rate etc can be deciphered from it. Thus the population count of Kinathukadavu has been marked to be 8154. Out of it, female populace constitutes 48 percent. The population of males is more thus constituting 52 %. In Kinathukadavu town, 11 % of the population is below six years of age.
Literacy rate too acts vital information about Kinathukadavu. From this report, it has been found out that the average literacy rate of Kinathukadavu constitutes 67 %. It is higher than 59.5 %, the average literacy rate of India. Out of it , male literacy rate is 70 %. Female literacy of Kinathukadavu is less constituting 63 %. In Kinathukadavu town, 11 % of the population is below six years of age.
Primary attractions of Kinathukadavu include temples namely Uchi Pillayar Koil; Ponmali Velauthasamy Thiru Koil; Sivaloga Nayaki Udanamar Sivaloganather Thirukoil
Saranalayam is also a renowned place in Kinathukadavu.
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