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Kanjikuzhy is a village in Idukki, Kottayam, Alapuzha district in the Indian state of Kerala. The State Bank of India have one of their branches in the village. [1]

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Kottayam is one of fourteen districts in the state of Kerala, India. Kottayam district comprises six municipal towns: Kottayam, Changanassery, Pala, Erattupetta, Ettumanoor, and Vaikom. It is the only district in Kerala that neither border the Arabian Sea nor any other states.

Thodupuzha Municipal town in Kerala, India

Thodupuzha (തൊടുപുഴ) is a municipality located in Idukki, Kerala, India, that covers an area of 35.43 km2. It lies on the banks of Thodupuzha river, which merges with the Kaliyar and Kothamangalam rivers at Muvattupuzha to form the Muvattupuzha river. Thodupuzha is 53 km (33 mi) from Kottayam and 60 km (37 mi) south east of Kochi. Thodupuzha is 197 km (122 mi) from the state capital, Trivandrum. The geographical classification of the Thodupuzha Region is Malanad or Keezhmalanad.

Mundakayam town in Kerala, India

Mundakayam, is a town in Kanjirappally Taluk in the Kottayam District of Kerala. It is the doorway to the high ranges of southern Kerala, and is at the border of Kottayam and Idukki districts. The next nearest town, Kanjirappally, is 14 km (8.7 mi) & Erumely is 12 km from Mundakayam. Mundakayam has rubber plantations, and greenery. The Manimala River runs through Mundakayam. It is located 48 km east of the district headquarters at Kottayam and 148 km from the state capital, Thiruvananthapuram. The name Mundakayam is said to be derived from the Mundi cranes that used to be seen along the Manimala River banks.

Kavalam village in Kerala, India

Kavalam is a village in Kuttanadu, Kerala state, Alappuzha District. India.

Meenachil River

The MeenachilRiver flows through the heart of Kottayam district, Kerala state in southern India. 78km long, the river originates in the Western Ghats near Poonjar, flowing westward through the city of Kottayam and other towns like Poonjar, Teekoy, Erattupetta, Bharananganam, Pala, Mutholy, Cherpunkal, Kidangoor and Kumarakom before emptying into the Vembanad Lake on the shore of the Indian Ocean.

Ettumanoor Municipality in Kerala, India

Ettumanoor, sometimes spelled Ettumanur, is a major town and municipality in the Kottayam district of Kerala, India, located 11 kilometers north-east of Kottayam city, 50 kilometers south of Cochin, and 70 kilometers south of Cochin International Airport. The SH-1 popularly known as the Main Central (MC) Road, passes through Ettumanoor, and is a major connecting link between Pala and beyond, to the Western Ghats and to the commercial capital of Kerala - Kochi. Ettumanoor is en route to the tourist destinations at Wagamon and Poonjar.

Uzhavoor City in Kerala, India

Uzhavoor is an expanding town in Kottayam district, Kerala in India. It is just 32 km away from the administrative capital Kottayam District. Most of its residents are either wealthy farmers or businessmen. Many of the houses belong to NRIs. The tenth President of India, K. R. Narayanan, was born and brought up in this village. The newly expanded road which connects the city of Pala and other famous destinations such as Sabarimala to the city of Muvattupuzha passes through Uzhavoor. The town is 177 km from the state capital Thiruvananthapuram.

Karukachal Village in Kerala, India

Karukachal is a fast-growing town in Changanassery Taluk in Kottayam district of Kerala state in India. The name "Karukachal" was coined from the words "Karuka"(Karukapullu in Malayalam) which is a type of grass which grew in plenty and "chal" meaning a small body of flowing water. Karukachal in Changanacherry-Vazhoor Road which is almost a century old.

Kottayam City in Kerala, India

Kottayam, IPA: [koːʈːɐjɐm] is a city in the Indian state of Kerala. Flanked by the Western Ghats on the east and the Vembanad Lake and paddy fields of Kuttanad on the west, Kottayam is a place that is known for extraordinary qualities. It is the district headquarters of Kottayam district, located in south-west Kerala. Kottayam is located in the basin of the Meenachil River at an average elevation of 3 metres (9.8 ft) above sea level, and has a moderate climate. It is located approximately 155 kilometres (96 mi) north of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram.

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Kottayam-Malabar Village in Kerala, India

Kottayam-Malabar is a census town near Kuthuparamba in Kannur district of Kerala state in India. It is different from the city of Kottayam in Kottayam district of the same state.

Poonjar Town in Kerala, India

Poonjar is a small Indian town located on the eastern side of Kottayam district in Kerala state, India. Before the independence of India, Poonjar had been the part of Travancore princely state. Pala, Teekoy, Kanjirappally, and Erattupetta are the nearest towns and villages of Poonjar.

Chengalam Village in Kerala, India

Chengalam is a village situated in the eastern part of Kottayam District in India.

Mulakulam Village in Kerala, India

Mulakulam is a village spread over the Kottayam and Ernakulam districts of Kerala, India, and is situated on the banks of the River Muvattupuzha. Mulakulam lies in one municipality viz Piravom municipality and Mulakulam grama panchayath. While Mulakulam North falls under the purview of Piravom municipality in Ernakulam District, Mulakulam South is governed by the Mulakulam panchayat of Kottayam district. The village is located about 38 kilometers from both Kottayam town and Kochi city. Piravom is the nearest town. The population of this village is about 22360 people.

Vazhoor Town in Kerala, India

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Peruva small village in Kerala, India

Peruva is a little small village in the Mulakulam panchayat of kottayam

T. V. Kochubava (1955–1999) was an Indian writer of Malayalam literature, known for his novels and short stories. He published twenty three books covering the genres of novels, short stories, translations and plays and was a recipient of a number of awards including the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Novel in 1996, besides several other honours.

George Thomas Kottukapally of Pala, Kottayam, Kerala, India, was a Member of Parliament, philanthropist, one of South India's largest plantation owners, public intellectual, an Indian independence activist and a member of the Indian National Congress including having taken part in the Indian Independence Movement through the Non co-operation movement in 1921. Post India's Independence in 1947, Kottukapally was elected as the Municipal Chairman, a position equivalent to that of a Mayor for the municipal township of Pala, Kottayam, Kerala which he held between 1948 and 1953. Further, he was elected as an Indian Member of Parliament representing the Indian National Congress party in the 1st Lok Sabha and the 2nd Lok Sabha from 1953 till 1962 for the erst-while constituency of Muvattupuzha which consisted of the whole of Idukki, parts of Kottayam, Pathanamthitta and Chalakudy. He was also India's representative to the United Nations in Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru's Delegation in 1958.

Puthuppally (State Assembly constituency)

Puthuppally State assembly constituency is one of the 140 state legislative assembly constituencies in Kerala state in southern India. It is also one of the seven state legislative assembly constituencies included in the Kottayam Lok Sabha constituency. As of the 2021 assembly elections, the current MLA is Oommen Chandy of Indian National Congress.


  1. "IFSC Code For STATE BANK OF INDIA KOTTAYAM - KERALA". The Economic Times . Retrieved 11 September 2019.