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|• Body||Kalanjoor Grama Panchayat|
|• Total||33.05 km2 (12.76 sq mi)|
|• Density||480/km2 (1,300/sq mi)|
|• Official||Malayalam, English|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
|Telephone code||914682, 914734|
|Sex ratio||Males-8441, Females-9443 ♂/♀|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Pathanamthitta|
Koodal is the second largest town in Konni Taluk at Pathanamthitta District, located in Kerala state, India.Koodal Situates On Main Eastern Highway (Punalur-Muvattupuzha Road).
Koodal is located on the Main Eastern Highway (Punalur-Pathanamthitta-Muvattupuzha Road / SH - 08) between Konni and Pathanapuram. A panchayat stadiumis situated in koodal for sports and other cultural activities
Koodal is accessible by bus from Punalur (19 km), and Konni 11 km and the nearest railway stations are Punalur, Chengannur, Thiruvalla, Avaneeswaram and Kayamkulam. The nearest airport is Trivandrum International Airport. Nearest temple is koodal sreedevi temple
Koodal has a mixed population of Hindus, Muslims and Christians. Many of the inhabitants of this village are settlers there due to the introduction of rubber plantations, mainly by the plantation corporation of Kerala and the A.V. Thomas and company. A number of people from Koodal are employed abroad, mainly in the Middle East and US. Koodal has its own police station,primary health centre, Government Vocational Higher Secondary School and other public schools, post office, panchayath mini stadium, homeo clinic ,ice cream factory etc...
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