Tirumangalam is a town and municipality in the Madurai District of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu also called as Thunga Nagarathin Thunai Nagaram. The zone of the district is 10.70 km2, and it contains 27 wards. The fundamental elements of the district are to give essential enhancements and actualize improvement. Starting at 2011, the town had a populace of 51,194. It is an aggesent rural territory of Madurai city.
It is likewise realized that the mangalyam for Lordess Meenakshi of Madurai was composed and made in Tirumangalam, so the name Tiru+Mangalam came. In other way, it is said that when ruler Murugan wedded Theivanai in Thiruparankundram, the "Tirumangalyam" was made here and henceforth the name came. The Pathirakali Mariamman Temple situated there was worked in 1852, and the Devi at the Patrakali Mariamman sanctuary is accepted to be exceptionally ground-breaking.
Consistently, in the Tamil month of Vaikasi, a 13-day celebration is observed, Vaikasi Thiruvizha, alongside day by day divinity parade and presentations. And furthermore the Milk frozen yogurt otherwise known as Paal Ice was arranged just at the event of Vaigasi Festival. Sri Cinnakataayan kamatchi Temple commends a celebration at Mahasiateri called parivetai. God Kamatchi amman in this sanctuary. It was worked in the nineteenth century.
Currency: Rupees - INR Pincode of Tirumangalam: 625706 Language : Tamil Weather: Summer 28°C to 36°C Winter 16°C to 20°C