Ambattur is situated in the northwest part of Chennai City in Chennai District Taluk Ambattur, and the district is served by Chennai Suburban Railway Ambattur railway station. Ambattur comes from the same name village, which can now be found opposite the phone exchange in Ambattur. The village of Ambattur was irrigated by the once spreading Ambattur Lake and had vast agricultural farmlands.
This is one of the country's 108 Shakthi Sthals. Here is an order of the Temple of Amman for the Hindu Durga, which gives the town the name Tamil 'aimbaththu onraam oor,' meaning fifty-first place/temple village, which was later converted as Ambattur. Tamil is the fifty-first in its order. In the context of Vaishnavi, the deity is worshipped. Ambattur is named as well since the word Ambattur was derived from a partnership of 50 towns.
Ambattur has a climate in the tropics. There is a lot less rainfall in winter than in summer. The annual average temperature at Ambattur is 27.9 °C | 82.2 °F.
Ambattur by Air: The closest airport to Chennai is approximately 12 km from Ambattur.
From Chennai airport, you can take a taxi or bus from the middle of Ambattur.
Ambattur by Rail: Chennai Suburban Railway's Ambattur railway station is the nearest town railway station. From Ambattur railway station you can take local vehicles to the city center.
Ambattur by road: some of the biggest roads in the country are connected to the district. You can drive your personal car to Ambattur or by public transit bus. Travel and tourism will allow you to discover the best of this area.
Ambattur is the city which has all the most beautiful facilities. The city contains mainly suburban and commercial areas that became fully operational in 1964. In the city, there are different temples devoted to different gods. Besides that, here in Ambattur are numerous churches and mosques. Some of the famous Ambattur residential areas are Kamaraj Nagar, Balaji Nagar, Venkata Nagar, etc. Also, Farm Bazar, the Ponnu market, the Golden Mega Market, Subiksha markets are some of Ambattur's best shopping venues. There are other attractions like Chennai Kanchipuram and others around Ambattur.
The bus terminal Ambattur is located near the MTH highway and has an MTC bus that connects the Ambattur with several Chennai city points. The bus terminal has several points. While one of the biggest cities in Chennai, Ambattur does not have a decent bus terminus. Several buses also travel through Ambattur, providing decent connectivity from Avadi and the outskirts of Chennai. From Nagercoil, Tirunelveli, Madurai, Vellore, and other Tamil Nadu areas, there are also many buses. Ambattur buses can also be used to the popular pilgrimage center of Tirupati.
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