Category:Anaimalai Hills

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The Anaimalai Hills or Anamalai Hills (former Anamalais, Tamil: ஆனைமலை; Malayalam: ആനമല മലനിരകള്‍) is a range of mountains in the Western Ghats in Tamil Nadu and Kerala states of South India. The name "Anaimalai" derives from the Tamil word Anai meaning elephant and Malai meaning hill, thus "Elephant Hill". The highest peak of the Anaimalai Hills is Anamudi (2,695 meters (8,842 ft)) located in the Idukki district of Kerala. It is the highest peak in India, south of the Himalayas. To the north, en:Palghat Gap divides the Western Ghats. The Western Ghats, Anamalai Sub-Cluster, including the Anaimalai Hills, is under consideration for selection as a World Heritage Site. 10°22′0″N 77°07.5′0″E / 10.366667°N 77.125°E / 10.366667; 77.125

<nowiki>Ānaimalai; আনাইমালাই পর্বতমালা; Muntanyes Anaimalai; अनामलाई पर्वतरांग; Ārunachala; 阿奈馬萊丘陵; アナイマライ丘陵; Perbukitan Anaimalai; Ānaimalai Hills; Анаималаи (горный хребет); ആനമല മലനിരകൾ; Anaimalai Hills; Anaimalai Hills; आनैमलाई; ಅಣ್ಣಾಮಲೈ ಪರ್ವತ ಶ್ರೇಣಿ; Ānaimalai; Anaimalai Hills; جبال أنايمالاي; Ānaimalai; ஆனை மலை; Горный хребет в Южной Индии; पर्वतरांग; colline indiane; mountains in India; sléibhte san India; mountains in India; سلسلة جبلية في الهند; mountains in India; Анаймалай; アナイマライ山脈; Anaimalai Hills; Aanaimalai Hills; Ānaimalai hills; Anamalah Mountains; Muntanyes Anamalai; Annamalai Hills; ആനമല; Anaimalai Hills; आनेमलई; आनैमलाई वन्य जीव अभयारण्य; आनैमलाय पर्वत</nowiki>
Anaimalai Hills 
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  • 2,695 m
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10° 10′ 16″ N, 77° 03′ 48″ E
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