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Pallimukku Junction in Eravipuram
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Eravipuram (Kerala)
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Eravipuram (India)
Coordinates: 8°52′0″N76°37′0″E / 8.86667°N 76.61667°E / 8.86667; 76.61667 Coordinates: 8°52′0″N76°37′0″E / 8.86667°N 76.61667°E / 8.86667; 76.61667
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Kollam
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Nearest cityKollam City (8 km)

Eravipuram is a Neighbourhood of the city of Kollam in Kerala, India. It is one among the 6 zones of the Kollam City Corporation. Other zones of the city of Kollam are Central Zone-I, Central Zone-II, Sakthikulangara, Kilikollur and Vadakkevila. [1]



Eravipuram town is only 8 km away from Kollam city. Other nearby towns are Kottiyam, Mayyanad, Paravur etc. Paravur is 19 km away from Eravipuram. Eravipuram railway station is the nearest railway station, which is one among the 3 railway stations serving the city of Kollam.


This place has a long coastal line with Arabian Sea. Portion of TS canal passes through it.

State government offices

Land Marks at Eravipuram

Schools in Eravipuram

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