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Ayoor is a Town in Edamulakkal Panchayath of Punalur Taluk, Kollam district, Kerala state, India. Ayoor is located on the M C Road or state highway One. Jadayu Nature Park, Chadayamangalam is only 3.5km away from ayoor. 32 km east of Kollam City and 55 km north of Thiruvananthapuram City. But the travelling time from Trivandrum and kollam cities are almost same. Ayoor is 17 km south of Kottarakara, 19km from Punalur City and Anchal is 8 km away. Chadayamangalam and Kadakkal lies south of Ayoor.
The place is a commercial center with rubber, paddy, cashew and pepper being the main trading items. The nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, 62 km south of Ayoor.
Kollam Junction Railway Station is 31 km and Trivandrum central Railway station 54 km away from Ayoor.
"Ayoor/Ayur" the name derived from Kerala's Proud contribution to the World - "Ayurveda". Ayoor has an Ayurveda Hospital which started decades ago and still operative to give relief for those, who needed the ailments. otherwise the name may origin from the old "ay kingdom" of the region "oor means inhabitable place" This was a Famous Inn, which used by British Travelers and the Travancore Dynasty. The Key point of development is State highway pass through this place which provide the best frequency of transport from all major parts of Kerala. Even neighbor cities are depending Ayoor for the throughout. Ayoor has a High Literacy rate of above 90% and also is proud of its high standards of transportation feasibility, Education and Telecommunication.
Neyyattinkara, is a Municipal Town and a major industrial and commercial hub located at the southern tip of Thiruvananthapuram metropolitan area in Trivandrum, the capital of Kerala State, and also the headquarters of Neyyattinkara Taluk. The town is situated on the banks of Neyyar River, one of the principal rivers in the district and hence its name. Neyyatinkara in Malayalam literally means "the shore of the river Neyyar". Neyyattinkara is the second most densely populated municipality in the district after Varkala. The Public sector undertaking Kerala Automobiles Limited that manufactures electric autorickshaws is situated at Aralummoodu in Neyyattinkara. Located at around 18 km (11 mi) south of the city centre, on the National Highway 66 to Kanyakumari, the town spreads over an area of 29.5 km2 on the banks of the Neyyar River. The Neyyar river flows from Agasthyarkoodam, the highest peak in southern end of the Western Ghats.
Punalur is a Municipality in Kollam district of Kerala State in India. It is the headquarter of the Punalur Taluk and Punalur Revenue Division. It's situated in the eastern part of Kollam district of Kerala, on the banks of the Kallada River and foothills of the western ghats. It is about 45 kilometres (28 mi) north-east of Kollam and 68 kilometres (42 mi) north of Thiruvananthapuram.Punalur is also Known as Mini Pamba, Lap of the Western Ghat, and Gateway of Sabarimala.
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Kottarakkara, also transliterated as Kottarakara, is a town and municipality in the Kollam district of the Kerala, India. The town is close to Kollam Port, which has a rich history linked to the early medieval period as well as the reputation as an important commercial, industrial and trading center. Kottarakkara lies 27 kilometres (17 mi) to the east of Kollam city centre.
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Kudavattoor is a small village of the Kottarakara Taluk in the Kollam district of the Indian state of Kerala. In the local Malayalam language, kuda means "umbrella" and vattor "round". A predominantly rural village, Kudavattoor comes under the administration of the Veliyam Grama Panchayat made up of Marroor, Chirakarakonnam and Kudavattoor chandhamukku. The village is situated on the Kottarakara—Odanavattam—Kollam route, which provides access to Kollam via Kundara or Nedumankavu as well as to Kottarakara. Kollam, the district headquarters is situated about 25 km from Kudavattoor.
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