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Coordinates: 10°9′0″N76°33′0″E / 10.15000°N 76.55000°E / 10.15000; 76.55000 Coordinates: 10°9′0″N76°33′0″E / 10.15000°N 76.55000°E / 10.15000; 76.55000
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
683555 (683546)
Telephone code91 484 2648/847...
Vehicle registration kl-40
Nearest cityperumbavoor
Lok Sabha constituencychalakkudy
Vidhan Sabha constituencyperumbavoor
Climate tropical (Köppen)

Kombanad is a village in Ernakulam district in the Indian state of Kerala. [1]



Paniyely poru, the famous waterfalls and picnic spot is just 5 km away from Kombanad. Panamkuzhy river and mahogany plantation, another picnic spot, is also just 4 km away from Kombanad.haritha bio park. The famous Kodanad elephant training centre and mini zoo is also just 15 minutes drive from Kombanad.


Kombanad is a small junction with all facilities including banks, hospitals, educational institutions, government offices, temples, churches, etc. Most of the peoples belongs to farmers and the land is filled with rubber, coconut, arecanut, plantain, pineapple and rice paddy fields.

Kunnathnadu Tehsil

This village is part of Kunnathnadu taluk of Ernakulam district. Other towns in this area include Kizhakkambalam, Kombanad, Mazhuvannoor, Rayamangalam and thiruvaniyoor.


According to the 2011 census of India, Kombanad has 2810 households. The literacy rate of the village is 84.96%. [2]

Demographics (2011 Census) [2]
Children aged below 6 years948497451
Scheduled caste 1099562537
Scheduled tribe 313159154
Workers (all)508933451744
Main workers (total)395628731083
Main workers: Cultivators49042070
Main workers: Agricultural labourers897483414
Main workers: Household industry workers503911
Main workers: Other25191931588
Marginal workers (total)1133472661
Marginal workers: Cultivators996138
Marginal workers: Agricultural labourers459192267
Marginal workers: Household industry workers642
Marginal workers: Others569215354

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  2. 1 2 "Ernakulam district census data". 2011 Census of India . Directorate of Census Operations. Retrieved 17 August 2015.