Pallavaram (Pallavapuram)/ பல்லாவரம்
Pallavaram (originally Pallava Puram) is a residential locality in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is a selection-grade municipality located in the southern region of the metropolitan city of Chennai. It was a part of Alandur till August 2015 and since then a new taluk under the headquarters of Pallavaram was created. Pallavaram is now a taluk and is known for its cantonment and bustling residential colonies. The neighborhood is served by Pallavaram railway station of the Chennai Suburban Railway Network.
Pallavaram has a long history and has been inhabited since the Paleolithic Age. The city derives its name from the Pallava settlement of Pallavapuram of which it used to form a part. The cantonment and aerodrome were established during British rule. The British also carried out mining activities on Pallavaram Hill made of charnockite rock which is believed to have healing properties.
Friday Bazaar: 'Sandhai' in the land of Pallavas, One of the oldest markets in Tamil Nadu which has everything you can imagine for sale. It's the Pallavaram Market. It opens only on Friday.
Amazing sandhai were you will get vegetables, fruits, flowing plant, watches, old shirts, sarees, curtains, resale furniture, new furniture, sofa, resale electronic items.
everything at low price.