Dindigul is a city in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu. It is the authoritative home office of the Dindigul area. Dindigul is found 420 km 260 mi southwest of the state capital, Chennai, 100 km 62 mi far from Thiruchirapalli and 66 km 41 mi far from Madurai. Dindigul is accepted to be an old settlement; it has been ruled at ious circumstances by the Early Pandyan Kingdom, the Medieval Cholas, Pallava line, the later Pandyas, the Madurai Sultanate, the Dindigul Sultanates, the Vijayanagara Empire, the Madurai Nayak Dynasty, Chanda Sahib, the Carnatic kingdom and the British.
Dindigul has ious recorded landmarks, the Rock Fort being the most conspicuous. Enterprises in Dindigul incorporate wellbeing lock producers, calfskin tanneries,textile turning, authoritative administrations, agrarian exchanging, managing an account, farming hardware and instructive administrations. Dindigul is moved up to a city enterprise. The city covers a zone of 14.01 km2 5.41 sq mi and had a populace of 207,327 of every 2011. Dindigul is very much associated by street and rail with whatever is left of Tamil Nadu. It is the twelfth biggest urban agglomeration in the state and has a populace of 292,512 as indicated by Tamil Nadu's 2011 evaluation.