This small picturesque village is around 6 kms from Hosur. It is here that the first Governor General of independent India, Rajaji was born.
Hosur has a population of 84,314. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Hosur has an average literacy rate of 75%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 80%, and female literacy is 70%. In Hosur, 16% of the population is under 12 years of age. This town has a uniqueness of having 30% population consisting of Bachelors (Singles).
Another attraction in Hosur is Hogenekkal Falls, located across river Cauvery. The 150 kms drive from Bengaluru via Chandapuram, Anekal, Thally, Denkanikottai, Anchetty is a novel experience, as the drive covers many reserved forest areas en route.
Famously referred to as ?Little England? for its Mediterranean climate, this charming village is 25 kms away from Hosur.
Anchetty Reserved Forest
Reaching Hogenakal via Hosur-Denkanikottai is also a thrilling experience. A stay at Bettamugilaalam (the highest peak in Krishnagiri Taluk) in Forest Bungalow having camp fire at night is a real enjoyment. Visiting Thally and participating in Adeetha Ashram's mind development program will be a very nice experience (Stay and participate in 3 to 7 days program) Boating is available at Perandapally Village - can be reached by taking a road opp. Bimetal Bearing on NH 7.