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Thammampatti is a Town Panchayat in Gangavalli taluk of Salem district in the state of Tamil Nadu Thammampatti is situated between Pachamalai and the Kolli Hills. The river Swetha flows through the town and joins the river Vasista to form the river Vellar, which empties into the Bay of Bengal at Port Novo.
As of the Census India 2011, Thammampatti has a voter population of 20,751 with 5205 houses. The literacy rate is 66%, with a male literacy rate of 74% and a female literacy rate of 58%. The main industry in the area is agriculture, especially cultivation of tapioca.
Thammampatti is also famous for jallikattu next to famous jallikattu locations like Alanganallur, Pudukottai in Tamil Nadu