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Anaimalai (Anamalais)
Anaimalai is a taluk in Coimbatore district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

Agricultural day work is the main occupation. Paddy, banana, sugarcane and other crops are grown in the area. Anaimalai is a pilgrimage spot, due to the worship of the goddess Maasani Amman.

Anaimalai was carved out of Pollachi taluk in 2018.

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