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This struggle for succession finally resulted in the British bringing this area under their rule in 1842. An underground cellar to store food for over 6 months in the event of a siege was also built & stocked. There are 67 Revenue villages which have been grouped into nine Tariffs for the sake of administration, and each Tariff has one village administrative officer.All Europeans in the area were to assemble at the Grange in the event of an uprising. Yercaud Taluk is divided into three Firkas viz., Yercaud, Vellakkadai and Puthur.Coffee and citrus fruits, most notably oranges, are grown in abundance, as well as bananas, pears and jackfruit.Yercaud is rich in endemic and charismatic species of wildlife including bison, sambar deer, spotted deer, ant-eater, jackals, hares, foxes, mongoose, civets, giant squirrels, and many reptiles including endemic ones such Hemiphyllodactylus aurantiacus, Calotes calotes, Calotes rouxii, Mabuya beddomii and shield tail snake like Uropeltis ellioti and Uropeltis shorttii (which is endemic to the hill range), the endangered Python molurus, Macropisthodon plumbicolor, Calliophis beddomei and Trimeresurus gramineus; endemic amphibians such as Hylarana, Raorchestes, Fejervarya and scores of birds like the whistling thrush, racket-tailed drongo, peacock, shama, leafbird and Indian grey hornbill. Jackfruit,star apple, fig, lacota, water apple, oranges, guava and spices such as black pepper and cardamom are other crops raised on the coffee estate. Scheduled Tribal population of Yercaud is 24,449 people.It is situated at an altitude of 1515 metres (4970 ft) above sea level, and the highest point in Yercaud is the Servarayan temple, at 5,326 feet (1,623 m).The hill station is named owing to the abundance of forest near the lake, the name signifying Lake Forest.The National Orchidarium established in the year 1963. There are 3000 trees and 1800 shrubs grown in Orchidarium.Insectivorous pitcher plant is among the interesting plants grown in the Botanical garden.
The total extent of Yercaud Taluk is 382.67 km Sir Thomas Munroe, erstwhile governor of Madras Presidency in 1822 found this place. Schools such as the Holy Cross Novitiate House, started by the Brothers of Don Bosco, followed these. MSP Rajes whose father started off by trading with the European planters.The language spoken in Yercaud is Tamil and English.