Sivaganga is the central command of the Sivaganga region in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu. It is additionally the central station of the Sivaganga taluk. The town was along these lines led by his successors and at last by Velu Nachiyar under the stewardship of Maruthu Pandiyar. They were against the British Empire, at the end of the day lost to them in 1790. The Company named Gowry Vallaba Periya Oodaya. The Zamindar of Sivaganga in 1801, whose successors proceeded with mayhem until India's freedom in 1947.
It was under Ramnad region until 1984 and hence a piece of the recently shaped Sivaganga locale. The town is known for agribusiness, metal working and weaving. The district around Sivaganga has impressive mineral stores. Graphite is one of the basic assets in Sivagangai. Extremely important graphite is accessible in Sivagangai and its encompassing regions. Power supply to Sivaganga is managed and appropriated by the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board TNEB.