Hosur

Hosur
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Village : Hosur

Block : Hosur

District : Krishnagiri

State : Tamil Nadu

Country : India

Continent : Asia


About village :

Hosur town (Pin-code: 635109, 635126 (Sipct,) is on Coordinates 12.44 North and 77.50 East, located on National Highway-7, about 40 kilometers south-east of Bangalore, at about 900 meters or 3000 feet above the mean sea level, with a history of more than 800 Years.Hosur, the taluk head quarters in the erstwhile Salem District,became a part of Dharmapuri district on 2-10-965, consequent upon the bifurcation of Salem District. From 09-02-2004, Hosur is part of Krishnagiri district, which was carved out of Dharmapuri district,as the 30th district of Tamil Nadu.
Hosur-(Hosa+ur=in Kannada meaning new habitation), had come in to being with the construction of Chandra-Choodeswara temple on the hill during the year Ad.1200. Under Hoysalas during the 13th and early 14th centuries, then under Vijayanagar during 15, and 16, centuries, Hosur was being administered from Mulbagal-Kolar. Hosur taluk came under the control Chika Deva Raya of Mysore,in 1704. By about 1750 Hyder Ali, had usurped power in Mysore, and Hosur and Denkanikota taluks had come under his control. In 1791, Hosur, Anchatti, came under the British. The Fourth Anglo-Mysore war (1799), added Balaghat, the lands below the ghats, i.e., the Hosur taluk. Hosur taluk, the largest in Salem District, came under British rule only in 1799, after Tipu’s death and defeat. Buchanan, traveling through Hosur in 1801, describes it “as consisting of the Taluks of Hosur, Denkani-kota, Kela-mangalam, Ratnagiri, Venkatagiri-kota, and part of Alambadi on the left bank of the Kaveri, together with the ‘Feudatory Lordships’ of Bagalur, Sulagiri, Ankusagiri, Punganur, and Pedda-Nayakkan-Durgam.”During British period, Hosur was the head-quarters for Salem district, from 1830 to 1860. Mr.Brett,the collector of Salem,head-quartered at Hosur, had got the plan prepared, from England, to build Hosur-castle, and construction began about 1857-58, completed by 1860-61. But the Collectorate was shifted to Salem in 1861. Hosur castle was declared unfit for habitation in 1935.
Three languages namely Tamil, Telugu and Kannada are predominantly spoken in Krishnagiri district and Hosur taluk.
*The then boundaries of the Districts were the outcome of political chance and administrative convenience. earstwhile Salem district was divided by Nature into three tracts, which have little connection either physical, ethnic, or historical,with each other. These three divisions were commonly known as the Balaghat, the Baramahal, and the Talaghat.
(1) The Balaghat is that part of the Mysore table-land, and resembles Mysore in its general features; to the north and east an undulating plateau, studded with rocky kopjes The average elevation is about 3,000 feet above Mean sea level, dipping to the south-west towards the River Kaveri. At the time of the cession of this portion of the District in 1799, to the British, the term Balaghat was applied to what is now the Taluks of Hosur and Denkanikota. This is not strictly correct, for the Balaghat proper, i.e., the plateau country extends over a large portion of Krishnagiri Taluk, while nearly half of Hosur Taluk is below Ghats.The word Balaghat means the tract above the ghats, in the north,
(2) The Baramahal is an extensive basin, intermediate between the Mysore table-land and the plains. Roughly, it comprises the Taluks of Dharmapuri, Uttangeri, the greater part of Krishnagiri, and portions of Hosur. Up to 1808, Kangundi was part of Baramahal The word Bararaahal is variously interpreted as Twelve Palaces and Twelve Districts." The latter is the more probable meaning, for by popular tradition JagadevaRaya, who is believed to have had twelve sons, assigned to them the twelve administrative divisions, and Colonel Miles, in his History of Hydur Naik, speaks of the Baramahal as the-Twelve Parganas. The Raya's sons may be mythical, but the tradition of the division of the country into twelve administrative divisions seems acceptable history.
(3) The Talaghat, as its name implies, is the country below the ghats, The watershed between the Kaveri and the Vellar river systems divides the Talaghat into two portions, the eastern-which coincides with the taluk of Attur, the western with Salem, Omalur and Tiruchengodu.
Population (as of 1881) 5869, namely, 5170 Hindus, 655, Muhammadans, and 44 Christians. in 1901 the population of Hosur town was 6695;According to census of 1901, Hosur Taluk had 750 villages with a population of 184,971, compared with 155,768 in 1891.
For details refer-Madras District gazetteers- Salem -Volume I, Part I
P. J. Richards, ICS, Madras: 1918.and Mr. LeFanu'Salem Manual It is a "classic, and its revision is a work of vandalis. (Madagondapalli V. Srinivasan)

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Effective from 1971,the State is named Tamil Nadu,earlier to that it was known as Madras State. Following is the list of the elected reprresentatives from Hosur, a state assembly constituency. Names of the candidates who had won, along with the political parties they had represented and the years, are also given.
Madras State
Year Name of Winner & Party
1952 R. MuniReddy, Independent
1957 K. Appavoo Pillai, Independent
1962 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1967 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
Tamil Nadu
Year Name of Winner & Party
1971 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
1977 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1980 T. Venkata Reddy, Indian National Congress (Indira)
1984 T. Venkata Reddy,Indian National Congress
1989 N. Ramachandra reddy, Indian National Congress
1991 K. A. Manoharan,Indian National Congress
1996 B. Venkatasamy Janata Dal
2001 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2006 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2011 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
Madagondapalli V. Srinivasan,
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History :

During Sangam age, Hosur formed part of 'Murasu Naadu'.During the medieval period Krishnagiri, Hosur and Uthangarai were known as 'Eyil Nadu', 'Murasu Nadu' and 'Kowoor Nadu' respectively .
The Chandra-Choodeswara temple on the hill is considered to have been built during the year 1200 AD and hence establishment of modern Hosur can be considered from that year i.e. 1207 AD. The history of 'Chandra choodeswarar' temple at Hosur is told in BrahmANda PurANam as Bhadragiri-mahAtmIyam. The place name Bhadragiri in the Purana needs to be re-viewed keeping in mind that name might have possibility been the old name of modern Hosur. (visit-www.shaivam.org). The temple situated on hill 250ft high, was constructed by a king of the Hoysala dynasty, Thribhuvanamalla Parvatharaja AD 1218 to 1296 AD. Hoysala King Ramanatha (Rama Nayakkan) who had his office at Veppanapalli, constructed the lake 'Ramanayakkan Eari' for the purpose of storing water for irrigation and till today the lake is called by his name. Ramanatha extended Hosur. During the 13th and earlier 14th centuries AD, Hosur was ruled from Kolar. Thereafter Hosur was under the rule of Vijayanagar and then went into the power of Hyder Ali and Tipu Sultan.

The truncated Vijayanagara Empire, by about 1569-70, was divided into Three provinces, more or less, on a linguistic basis(Sriranga held charge of Telugu area, Rama ruled over Kannada area from Srirangapattana, while Venkata ruled Tamil area from Chandragiri), six vice-royalties (1)Andhra(2)Karnata(3)Madura(4)Chandragiri(5)Gingee and(6)Tanjore. The Andhra or Telugu districts round Penukonda were ruled directly by the Emperor. In 1575 A.D. Tirumala died.As a formality, the ruler at Penukonda was regarded as the Emperor, but his authority over the others vice-royalties varied according to his strength or weakness.
Cleavage appeared during the 17 century, which is, the struggle between Kannada and Tamil areas, with the shadowy Raya flitting from place to place in spasmodic efforts at piecing together the shattered Empire of his ancestors. Time was ripe for military adventurers. The members of dissolution and the imperial house quarrelled among themselves. Viceroys and local chieftains carved out principalities on their own behalf.
Bagalur and Ankusagiri, Hosur and Denkanikota, Salem and Amarakundi became the capitals of princelings.
The Jagadeva-Rayas of Chennapatna(on Bangalore-Mysore road,Wooden toys manufactured in Channapatna is protected as a geographical indication(GI) under the World Trade Organization,administered by the Government of Karnataka), ruled the Baramahal and a large strip of the Mysore plateau stretching to the Western Ghats.They were soon eclipsed by the rising of Mysore kingdom. Raja Odeyar systematically absorbed the territories of the Poligars to the south and east, and encroached extensively on the possessions of Jagadeva-Raya, which lay to the north. His grandson Chikka Raja (1617-37 A.D.), conquered Chennapatna, and completed the expulsion of Jagadeva-Raya's dynasty from what is Mysore territory. The reigns of Kantirava-Narasa-Raja and Tirumala-Nayaka closed during 1659 A.D,
These lesser principalities, however, were soon eclipsed by the rising states of Mysore and Madura. The rule of Rama III at Seringapattana was weak, and the local chieftains rebelled. On Rama's death, his young son Tirumala was sent to Madurai, to take care of his uncle Venkata I, and Seringapatnam was left in charge of a vice-regent. In 1586 A.D. Ranga II, of Penukonda died, and the whole Empire passed to Venkata I. The young nephew Tirumala II, thereupon proceeded to Seringapattana, and assumed an attitude of hostility to his imperial uncle.his coolness led directly to the taking of Seringapattana by Raja Odejar of Mysore, whose act was countenanced by Venkata I, and whose actual possession was confirmed by the Raya in 1612 A.D.

Kantirave Narasa Raja of Srirangapatnam (in Karnataka) had taken over Denkanikotta from Madurai Nayaks in 1654 AD and took over Hosur from Chandra-Sankar. Marathas had, for some time, checked the advancement of the Wodeyars of Mysore. In 1688-89 AD, Chikka Deva Raya king of Mysore felt strong enough to invade Baramahal and wrested Dharmapuri, Manukonda, Omalur, Paramathi, Kaveripatinam and Attur. The whole district of Salem, including Hosur taluk, came under the control Chika Deva Raya before his death in 1704 AD. By about 1750 AD, Hyder Ali was in power in Mysore and Hosur and Denkanikota taluks had come under his control. Tippu Sultan succeeded Hyder Ali and proved to be a formidable power. The British made an alliance with the Marathas and the Nizam and started the third Mysore war in 1790 AD, in order to curb the power of Tippu Sultan. In 1791, Hosur, Anchatti, Nilgiri and Ratnagiri came under the British. Royakotta and many other small forts fell without much resistance. In 1792 AD, a peace treaty was signed between Tippu and English. According to this, a half of the dominion of Tippu was taken away. The whole of Salem District except the Balaghat and a portion of Hosur came into the hands of the British. The Fourth Anglo-Mysore war in 1799 added up several places in Hosur Taluk like Nilgiri, Anchatti , Durgam, Ratnagiri and Kelamangalam were recaptured by British. After the fall of Srirangapattanam and death Tipu Sultan in 1799 Hosur passed directly to the British.
During British period, Hosur was the head quarters for Salem district from 1830 to 1860.
The Hosur fort is probably the only example of a British castle built in India and that too as a model of the grand Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire cited in British history and described in the novels of Sir Walter Scott. Today, the Hosur castle is in ruins. Mr Brett, ICS, the collector of Salem, head-quartered at Hosur, had the plan prepared from England and construction began about 1857-58, was completed by 1860-61. But the Collectorate was shifted to Salem in 1861 and the Collector, who had built it to fulfil the desire of his wife, never had the opportunity of living in the building. It was declared unfit for habitation in 1935. The entire building and grounds were sold for a paltry sum of Rs 2,050 in 1936. One of the subsequent owners excavated an armory of about 500 iron cannon balls. The vast vaults and underground chambers of the castle have not been explored. T. S. Nagarajan, one of the famous photographers of India, had photographed the castle ruins for the Taj magazine of the Tatas. (With inputs from the Indian newspaper archives of the British Library-U.K.) The Tribune Sunday, April 30, 2006. Mr. Cornwallis was in charge of ruling this part of the country. Cornwallis appointed Captain Kaspy as the collector for Hosur. Bret took charge from Kaspy. Bret was dismissed for constructing this Fort as Mr. Cornwallis felt that Bret has mishandled/misused the company's money for constructing the fort.

The Mattigeri cattle farm at Hosur was established in the year 1824 as Army Remount Depot, by British for rearing and breeding Horses. This farm was handed over to the Agricultural Department of Govt. of Madras on 1st September 1924 as a Cattle Breeding Station. The Farm was subsequently taken over by the Madras Civil Veterinary Department on 1st April 1938 with the object to maintaining the purity of the Indian Milk Breeds of Cattle and to conduct basic research on animal breeding and the Farm was redesigned as Livestock research station. The farm was renamed as District Livestock farm subsequent to the reorganization of Livestock Research station on 1st January 1970.

The first general issue of postage stamps in India dates from September,1854, and in the same year the Postal Department was taken off the Collector's hands.In March 1875, the executive control of the Salem Collectorate over its District Post was transferred to the Postmaster-General,Madras.Telegraph stations were opened at Hosur in 1884, at Krishnagiri in 1893, at Mattigiri in 1894, at Dharmapuri in 1895. The offices at Hosur and Mattigiri belonged the Bangalore Division.
During 1980s industrialization began with SIPCOT initiative.Madagondapalli V. Srinivasan,


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Temple / Church / Mosque/ Gurdwara :

Hi i want to know about mosque in hosur
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Hosur is famous for its hill temple whose presiding deity is maragadhamba sametha (along with) sree chandrachoodeshwarar (a name for Lord Shiva) located on the 250ft high hill top. It was built by the hoysala king, thribhuvanamalla parvatharaja (1218 AD -1296 AD). the establishment of modern hosur seems to have coincided with the construction of the temple because, the temple is mentioned in brahmandapurana under bhadragiri mahatmiyam. chandira choodeswarar temple has several teerthams namely Maragatha-sarovaram, Vrishabha-teertham, shivagangai, jambava teertham, hanuma teertham and pandava teertham. British architect Hamilton, whom tipu sultan had captured during a war with British, had renovated the temple.

The Brahmandapurana narrates a story called 'Bhadragiri Mahatmyam' of how Narada, the wandering sage, once stopped by that place and worshipped its presiding deity Chandrachoodesvara (Shiva) with sweet tunes of “Shankarabharanam” on Mahathe, his divine veena. The Lord teased him with one glimpse of himself as an iridescent iguana. Baffled, Narada went off to Satyaloka, the abode of Brahma, to beg an explanation.
The incident recalled how Shiva wanted to lure Parvati there in one of his lilas and took the form of a jewel-like iguana. Chasing behind, Parvati managed to touch the tip of its green tail, which gave her an emerald hue and the name 'Maragathavalli', the green-hued-goddess. She had a dip in, maragathasarovaram named after her. This is in terupeta at the foot of the hill near modern Hosur..
There is a temple dedicated to Lord Venkateshwara, known as 'Dakshina Tirupati'. It is located on a small hillock by the side of the highway about 2 km away from Hosur on Krishnagiri. Other temples include Agaram Bala Murugan Temple on Rayakottah road (15 km), Pathakota Venkataramana Swamy Temple located around 12 kms from Hosur on Krishnagiri Road. Bande Anjaneya temple at Hosur, Kottai Mariamman temple at Ramnagar, and Venugopalasamy temple on Rayakottah road.
1. Chandra-choodeswara temple viewed from hosur railway station
2. view of venkataramana-swamy temple from chandrachoodeswarar hill, hosur.
3. Photograph of a general view of the house known locally as The Castle, from the Archaeological Survey of India Collections: India Office Series (volume 21, 'a' numbers) taken by Henry Dixon in the early 1860s built by collector mr brett (1859-62)

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The Chandrachoodeswarar temple on the hill at Hosur was an ancient Shaivite centre. This temple, according to inscriptional evidence, existed earlier to the ascendency of the Cholas.The Hoysalas had evinced keen interest in the extension and renovation works of this temple, as it is evident from the architectural style and inscriptions.
Arul Migu Maragadhamba Sametha Sree Chandrachoodeshwarar(the cave, and tunnel inside)
Shree LakshmiVenkataramana Devasthanam
Anjaneya temple

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1.St.Joseph`s Church Sipcot Hosur 635 126.2.St.Lourd`s Church Lourdunagar.chinna elasagiri Sipcot Hosur 635 126.
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Notable persons :

C. Raja Gopalachari, born on december 8, 1878, hailed from Thorapalli, a small village in Hosur taluk having had his high School education in hosur and colliegiate education at Central College Bangalore, rose to the highest position in the nation as first Indian to occupy the position of Viceroy, the first Governor General of independent India and also the Chief Minister of Madras.
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Effective from 1971,the State is named Tamil Nadu,earlier to that it was known as Madras State. Following is the list of the elected reprresentatives from Hosur, a state assembly constituency. Names of the candidates who had won, along with the political parties they had represented and the years, are also given.
Madras State
Year Name of Winner & Party
1952 R. MuniReddy, Independent
1957 K. Appavoo Pillai, Independent
1962 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1967 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
Tamil Nadu
Year Name of Winner & Party
1971 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
1977 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1980 T. Venkata Reddy, Indian National Congress (Indira)
1984 T. Venkata Reddy,Indian National Congress
1989 N. Ramachandra reddy, Indian National Congress
1991 K. A. Manoharan,Indian National Congress
1996 B. Venkatasamy Janata Dal
2001 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2006 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2011 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress


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Effective from 1971,the State is named Tamil Nadu,earlier to that it was known as Madras State. Following is the list of the elected reprresentatives from Hosur, a state assembly constituency. Names of the candidates who had won, along with the political parties they had represented and the years, are also given.
Madras State
Year Name of Winner & Party
1952 R. MuniReddy, Independent
1957 K. Appavoo Pillai, Independent
1962 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1967 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
Tamil Nadu
Year Name of Winner & Party
1971 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
1977 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1980 T. Venkata Reddy, Indian National Congress (Indira)
1984 T. Venkata Reddy,Indian National Congress
1989 N. Ramachandra reddy, Indian National Congress
1991 K. A. Manoharan,Indian National Congress
1996 B. Venkatasamy Janata Dal
2001 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2006 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2011 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress


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Effective from 1971,the State is named Tamil Nadu,earlier to that it was known as Madras State. Following is the list of the elected reprresentatives from Hosur, a state assembly constituency. Names of the candidates who had won, along with the political parties they had represented and the years, are also given.
Madras State
Year Name of Winner & Party
1952 R. MuniReddy, Independent
1957 K. Appavoo Pillai, Independent
1962 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1967 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
Tamil Nadu
Year Name of Winner & Party
1971 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
1977 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1980 T. Venkata Reddy, Indian National Congress (Indira)
1984 T. Venkata Reddy,Indian National Congress
1989 N. Ramachandra reddy, Indian National Congress
1991 K. A. Manoharan,Indian National Congress
1996 B. Venkatasamy Janata Dal
2001 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2006 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2011 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress

Written by : Madagondapalli V. Srinivasan , Posting id :117023 , Report

Effective from 1971,the State is named Tamil Nadu,earlier to that it was known as Madras State. Following is the list of the elected reprresentatives from Hosur, a state assembly constituency. Names of the candidates who had won, along with the political parties they had represented and the years, are also given.
Madras State
Year Name of Winner & Party
1952 R. MuniReddy, Independent
1957 K. Appavoo Pillai, Independent
1962 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1967 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
Tamil Nadu
Year Name of Winner & Party
1971 B. Venkataswamy,Swatantra party
1977 N. Ramachandrareddy, Indian National Congress
1980 T. Venkata Reddy, Indian National Congress (Indira)
1984 T. Venkata Reddy,Indian National Congress
1989 N. Ramachandra reddy, Indian National Congress
1991 K. A. Manoharan,Indian National Congress
1996 B. Venkatasamy Janata Dal
2001 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2006 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
2011 K. Gopinath,Indian National Congress
Madagondapalli V. Srinivasan,
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Village Administration :

Archeologists have found many Paleolithic, Neolithic, Mesolithic sites in and around Hosur. It is considered as one of the oldest inhabited places in Tamil Nadu.This region was ruled by Pallavas, Gangas, Nulambas, Cholas, Hoysalas, Vijayanagar Emperors, Bijapur Sultans, Wudayars of Mysore, Nayaks of Madurai, Hyderali and Tipu sultan before it passed to the hands of the British administrators.

Hoysala King Ramanatha (Rama Nayakkan) who had his head quarters at Veppanapalli, developed Hosur, built the lake 'Ramanayakkan Eari' to store water for irrigation purposes and till today the lake is called by his name. His son Vishwanatha succeeded to the throne but, he was toppled by his cousin Pallavaraaya III. The rule of Hoysala dynasty came to an end after Pallaraaya III died during the war with Maaravarman Sundarapandya of Pandian dynasty. Pallaraaya's son had married the sister of King Harihara, who established Vijayanagar kingdom. During late 13th and early 14th century AD Hosur was ruled from Kolar.

Hosur was the head quarters of Salem district from 1830 to 1860.
With the plan prepared from England, on the model of Kenilworth Castle in warwick-shire, the hosur castle was built during 1857-58 to 1860-61, by Mr Brett, ics, collector of salem district with head-quarters at Hosur. Collectorate was shifted to salem in 1861. Mr Cornwallis dismissed Bret, on charges of misappropriation of funds while constructing the castle. Madurai - Mysore war, forces were moved on the route via Javalagiri and Denkanikota and there was no symptom of further developments in Hosur area down to 1970s.
There are a number of stories connected with the abandonment of the building. One of them is that a large snake, considered sacred by local Hindus, was shot dead by one of the Salem Collectors. The snake, which lived on the grounds of the Castle, had according to reports, a peculiar three-pronged marking on the head and killing of such a special snake boded no good. The Collector, who shot it, is said to have lost the use of his limbs. Thereafter the castle also fell on bad days.
Hosur was constituted as a Selection Grade Town Panchayat in the 1962, upgraded to Second Grade Municipality in 1992, and during 1998 it was upgraded to Selection Grade Municipality. Population according to 2001 census 84394; 2006 mid year population - 1.25 Lakhs.

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Features :

There are eighteen kannada inscriptions, reported from Hosur during 1969-70,1970-71, in the Annual Reports on Indian Epigraphy. P.V. Krishnamurthy, has complied them in his Tamilu Nadina Kannada Sasanagalu, published by Kannada sahitya parishad, Bangalore.

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Bus / Train / Transport :

The narrow gauge railway-line from Tiruppattur to Krishnagiri was operating as of 1909 and also one from Morappur to Dharmapuri, subsequently extended to Hosur (map of South India (Railways and Inland Navigation) in the Atlas to the Imperial Gazetteer of India (1909)
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Education Schools Colleges:

1. Maharishi Bala Vidya Mandir 222229
2. Maharishi Bala Vidya Mandir Senior Sec. School 276363
3. Sishya Matriculation School 220669
4. Bhagavan Shree Ramakrishna Paramahamsa Mat. School 223030
5. Cambridge Matriculation School 221153
6. C.S.I.Chirst School --------
7. St.Joseph's Hr. Sec. School 276265
8. Parimalam Hr. Sec. School 222903
9. SeventhDay Adventists 220180
10. Swathy Hr. Sec. School 220826
11. T.V.S.Academy 222489
12. Arunodaya Acadamy 223778
13. Blossom School 277267
14. BharathiVidya Niketan 220810
15. Bethal School 277134
16. Jain Matriculation School 222051
17. MaruthiVidya Mandir 223409
18. SriSaradha Vidya Mandir 223142
19. Govt.GirlsHigher Sec. School--------
COLLEGES
1. Adhiyamaan College of Engineering 222721
2. M.G.R.College 223120
ITI
1. Government I.T.I. 222456
2. St.Joseph's I.T.I. 222347
3. Er.Perumal Manimegalai I.T.I.223070


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Maruti Driving school,#164,Citi Square, Opp L.I.C. Building, Hosur-Krishnagiri NH Road, Hosur. Drive with Confidence. Contact Person: Sukumar +91-9629798137
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Hosur Pin Code :

Hosur pincode is 635109 .
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