Achievements of MLA Mr.N.R. Sivapathy
MLA Mr.N.R. Sivapathy
|Date of Birth||5th June 1963|
|Place of Birth||Natham|
|Marital Status||Married; Two Children.|
|Address||Chennai: A7E, MLAs Quarters, Omanthoorar Government Estate, Chennai-600 002.|
|Mofussil: Middle Street, Natham Post, Thottiam Taluk, Tiruchirappalli District- 621 127.|
|Mobile: +91 9443411355|
Musiri (State Assembly Constituency)
Musiri is a legislative assembly constituency in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Legislative Assembly Election Results
|Eleventh||1996-01||Jothi Kannan, M.N.||DMK||67319|
|Seventh||1980-84||Rajamanickam, M. K.||ADK||53697|
|Sixth||1977-80||P. Kothandarama Alias Musiri Putthan||ADK||34569|
|Fifth||1971-77||P. S. Muthuselvan||DMK||35091|
History of Tiruchirappalli District
Woraiyur , a part of present day Tiruchirappalli, was the capital city of Cholas from 300 B.C. onwards. This is supported by archaeological evidences and ancient literatures. There are also literary sources which tell that Woraiyur continued to be under the control of Cholas even during the days of Kalabhra interregnum (A.D. 300 – 575).
Later, Woraiyur along with the present day Tiruchirappalli and its neighboring areas came under the control of Mahendra Varma Pallava I, who ascended the throne in A.D. 590. Till A.D. 880, according to the inscriptions, this region was under the hegemony of either the Pallavas or the Pandyas. It was in A.D. 880, Aditya Chola brought a downfall to the Pallava dynasty. From that time onwards Tiruchirappalli and its region became a part of Greater Cholas. In A.D. 1225 the area was occupied by the Hoysulas. Afterwards, it came under the rule of later Pandyas till the advent of Mughal Rule.
Tiruchirappalli was for some time under the Mughal rule, which was put to an end by the Vijayanagar rulers. The Nayaks, the Governors of Vijayanagar Empire, ruled this area till A.D. 1736. It was Viswanatha Nayaka who built the present day Teppakulam and the Fort. The Nayak dynasty came to an end during the days of Meenakshi.
The Muslims rules this region again with the aid of either the French or the English armies. For some years, Tiruchirappalli was under the rule of Chanda Sahib and Mohamed Ali. Finally the English brought Tiruchirappalli and other areas under their control. Soon after the area was ceded to East India Company as per the agreement at the eve of the Kanatic war, Tiruchirappalli district was formed under the Collectorship of Mr. John (Junior) Wallace in 1801. The district was then under the hegemony of British for about 150 years till the independence of India.
Area Sq. Km: 4,509