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Coordinates: 9°36′0″N76°18′0″E / 9.60000°N 76.30000°E / 9.60000; 76.30000 Coordinates: 9°36′0″N76°18′0″E / 9.60000°N 76.30000°E / 9.60000; 76.30000
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Alappuzha
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Telephone code0478
Vehicle registration KL-32, KL-04
Nearest city Alappuzha
Lok Sabha constituency Alappuzha

Mararikulam is a village in India, in the district of Alappuzha, Kerala state. Previously, it was a constituency in the Kerala Legislative Assembly, represented by notable legislators like T. M. Thomas Isaac, V. S. Achuthanandan etc. Famous tourist attraction Marari Beach is at Mararikulam.

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