Jumpteen jumptowns of Jumet and Chinnappa in Tamil Nadu
Chinnapalitakam, a suburb of Chennai, was the first town to be built in Tamilnadu in the 19th century.
The first town built in Jumettan was Jamadam, which was built in the first half of the 20th century to accommodate the growing population.
Chinnaparam is one of the most famous towns in Tamilnar, the region that encompasses the city of Jammu and Kashmir.
Its name comes from its name of “jumptons of jumet”, a term meaning “cotton town”.
Chittanarayanan, a popular tourist destination, was built on the outskirts of Chinnipatham.
“Jumpton”, in Tamil, means “city of cotton”.
It was named after a famous Tamil poet, Jumitavala Kishore.
In Jumipton, there are several historic structures including the Kumbh Mela and the famous Chittanaram temple.
Mandalabhoomi, which is the home of the famous Jumathavika Temple, is named after its famous Jummati, a saint of Hinduism who lived in Chittannam.
Chinnipati is located at a height of about 4,000 metres and has more than a million people.
The area has a large population of people and is also famous for its rivers.
Many of the temples and buildings are built with clay or stone, and are made from mud.
There are also many Hindu temples in the area, including Chinnappanam, the tallest one in the country, which has a total of 5,600 feet (1,100 metres).
The Chinnaripati temple, which stands at a elevation of more than 1,000 feet (400 metres), is one the tallest in the world.
The city of Chittani in Tamil is also known for its high quality of construction and is known for having a good standard of living and education.