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Marady
Marady (India)
Coordinates: 9°57′0″N76°33′0″E / 9.95000°N 76.55000°E / 9.95000; 76.55000 Coordinates: 9°57′0″N76°33′0″E / 9.95000°N 76.55000°E / 9.95000; 76.55000
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
Government
  BodyMarady Grama Panchayath
Population
 (2001)
  Total16,499
Languages
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
686673
Telephone code0485
Vehicle registration KL-17
Nearest cityErnakulam

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

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Marady Grama Panchayath office is located in South Marady. Areas near to MC Road is Known as East Marady. Areas which is near to Muvattupuzha town is known as North Marady. All remaining areas are known as South Marady which is covered by Muvattupuzha piravam Road.

Major Hindu Religious attractions are Marady Bhagavathy temple ( Marady Kavu), Aruvikkal Devi Temple, Trikka Mahadeva temple and Sree krishna temple.

Major Christian Churches are St. Mary's Jacobite Syrian Church in Kurukkunnapuram, St. George Jacobite Syrian Church in Erattayanikkunnu, Mor Gregorios Jacobite Syrian Church in North Marady, Mount Horeb St. Thomas Jacobite Syrian Church in South Marady and St. George Catholic Church in East Marady.

Marady Grama Panchayath comes under Muvattupuzha assembly constituency, which in turn is a part of Idukki (Lok Sabha constituency). [2]

The Marady Grama Panchayath consists of thirteen wards and the present panchayath president is Sheri O.P. Baby udf . [3]

Main places in Marady

Demographics

As of 2001 India census, Marady had a population of 16499 with 8305 males and 8194 females. [1]

Educational organizations

Nearby towns

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References

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