Tiruvanamallai to Coimbatore TNSTC Non AC Bus Service Timings

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TNSTC ( Government ) operates daily bus services from Thiruvanamallai to Coimbatore on daily basis via Chengam Uthagarai Harur Salem.

The schedule operated is economy Non AC Seater with 3*2 seating alignment. The schedule will be operated with Ashok Leyland Chassis or TATA Chassis Coach manufactured by Private Body Builders as per ARAI AIS 052.

Kindly don’t except any additional facilities such as mobile charging ports and reading lamps as well pushback seats.

Please find below the government TNSTC non AC bus service timings from Thiruvanamallai to Coimbatore via Chengam Uthagiri Harur and Salem.

  • 9.15 am

The service operates from Thiruvanamallai to Salem as Express and further from Salem to Coimbatore as non stop.

Tiruvannamalai (Tamil: Tiruvaṇṇāmalai IPA: [ˈtiɾɯʋaɳːaːmalɛi̯], popularly styled as T.V.Malai and Trinomali or Trinomalee [2] during British times) is a city and a special grade municipality in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The city is also mentioned as Arunai , Tiruvarunai and Tondainattunallur in Tamil Tirumurai texts. The city is administered by a special grade municipality that covers an area of 13.64 km2 (5.27 sq mi) and a population of 145,278.[1] It is the administrative headquarters of Tiruvannamalai District. Roadways are the major mode of transport in Tiruvannamalai, while the town also has rail connectivity. Chennai International Airport is the nearest domestic and international airport to the town. Tiruvannamalai is named after the central deity of the Annamalaiyar Temple, Annamalaiyar. The Karthigai Deepam festival is celebrated during the day of the full moon between November and December, and a huge beacon is lit atop the Annamalai hill. The event is witnessed by three million pilgrims. On the day preceding each full moon, pilgrims circumnavigate the temple base and the Annamalai hills in a worship called Girivalam, a practice carried out by one million pilgrims yearly.

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