Demographics of Kalambur
As of 2001 India census, Kalambur had a population of 13,291. Males constituted 49.6% of the population and females 50.4%. Kalambur had an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy was 79%, and female literacy was 57%. In 2001 in Kalambur, 11% of the population was under 6 years of age.
Education of Kalambur
The most important thing in Kalambur is education. There are several government schools in this village that provide knowledge and education to the students of the Kalambur village.
Agriculture of Kalambur
Kalambur is a lush green land which is suitable for agriculture. Majority of the population is engaged in agriculture. The town has 2 lakes which serve water to town and surrounding villages for irrigation.
Temples at Kalambur
Kalambur has numerous temples with an important Shiva Temple - Kasi Visuvanathar, Visalachi and Veera Anjineyar (Hanuman) temple. Shaneeshwaran temple is located about 1.5 kms from Kalambur, a place named Yeri Kuppam, which falls under Kalambur Panchayat.
Economy of Kalambur
Kalambur is noted for rice production. The town has several rice mills, around 70 rice mills. The rice from Kalambur is supplied to other parts of Tamil Nadu. It is also exported to Singapore and Malaysia. Based on the purification methods, Kalambur rice is having high quality and it is very good for health. The town is also locally famous for its silk sarees.
Festival of Kalambur
Almost entire people of this town celebrate the Tamil New Years Day "Chithirai Mudhal Naal" or "Lakcha Deepa Thiruvizha" on this vocation people prays to Veera Anjineyar. This is the great and grand festival celebrated every year.
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