Kumaran Memorial - Tamilnadu

Kumaran Memorial Monument commemorates V. O. Chidambaram Pillai, popularly known as Kappalottiya Tamizhan, a prominent libertarian and key figure in Indian independence. The monument also has inscriptions highlighting his achievements and his role in the freedom struggle. It is an educational tool for tourists that provides information about his life and services to the country. Visitors to the monument can pay tribute to Pillai and learn about his life from the inscriptions on the monument. Triplicane's tranquil location adds to the overall experience, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists interested in Indian history and the struggle for freedom.

Kumaran Memorial

How to reach in Kumaran Memorial:

By Air- Nearest airport to thiruppur is the Coimbatore airport. Drive from Coimbatore airport to the memorial takes 50 km.
By train – A drive from thiruppur railway station to the memorial takes just around 400 m.

Why should you visit Kumaran Memorial?

This is a must visit place for students that offers a glimpse into India's struggle for freedom and the sacrifices made by its brave leaders. You will jog into the past as the museum displaying various artifacts, photographs, documents and personal belongings of a V. O. Chidambaram Pillai that provides information for history buffs, students and scholars and patriots. Apart from these important reasons, visiting Kumaran Monument also allows you to explore its peaceful surroundings and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of city life. It provides an opportunity to understand and reflect on the struggles our ancestors faced in their quest for freedom.