Dharampuri district is a place located in the western part of the state of Tamil Nadu and the most amazing highlight about this district is that it was first district which was made after the independence of India in 1947. The district has many towns and is highlight popular in the state because of its production of mango. It is also a fine produce of granite in the city and in the South India. It is one of the main belts of sericulture in the state along with that most of the area of the district is covered in forests.
The district is largely famous because it is a gateway to Hogennakkal falls which is known to be Niagra falls of India. It is hardly 46 kms from here and lies in this district itself. There is a railway station in the district which is connected to major cities in the state. The nearest airport is in Bangalore which is about 114 kms from the district. There are many buses which go on regular basis to the district and people can easily board them from any nearby city.