Madurai Junction is a South India railway station and the main railway station serving the city of Madurai, Tamil Nadu. The station is the headquarters of the Southern Railways Madurai railway division and is an Indian Railways classified A1 railway station. Madurai became historically an agrarian society, with rice paddies as the main crop. Cotton crop cultivation within the regions with black soil within the Madurai district turned into added in the course of the Nayaka rule all through the sixteenth century to boom the sales from agriculture. The paddy fields cultivated within the Vaigai delta across Madurai North, Melur, Nilakottai, and Uthamapalayam are referred to as "double-crop paddy belts".Farmers in the district complement their income with subsidiary occupations like dairy farming, poultry-farming, pottery, brick making, mat-weaving, and carpentry. Madurai is famed for its jasmine plantations, known as "Madurai Malli", typically executed at the foothills of Kodaikanal hills and traded on the Madurai morning flower market.
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