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Mynagappally Lake
Coordinates: 9°2′30″N76°35′0″E / 9.04167°N 76.58333°E / 9.04167; 76.58333 Coordinates: 9°2′30″N76°35′0″E / 9.04167°N 76.58333°E / 9.04167; 76.58333
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Kollam
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Telephone code476
Vehicle registration KL-61
Nearest cityKarunagappally
Lok Sabha constituencyMavelikkara
Vidhan Sabha constituencyKunnathur
Climate Moderate (Köppen)
Mynagappally River Mynagappally Kallukadavu river.jpg
Mynagappally River

Mynagappally is a village in Kollam district in the Indian state of Kerala. [1]



View of Kallukadavu Kayal from the railway line Railtracks at sunset in Kollam.jpg
View of Kallukadavu Kayal from the railway line

As of 2001 India census, Mynagappally [2] had a population of 39336 with 19207 males and 20129 females. [1]

Mynagappally is located in Kunnathoor Taluk. Its location is 7 km east of Karunagappally and 6 km west of Sasthamcotta.


The village is under the leadership of UDF Party. The Mynagappally Panchayath President is Shri P M Said.


Sasthamcotta railway station is in this village.

Its western border is separated by Pallikkal River from Thodiyoor panchayath. Mynagappally panchayat shares its southern border with Thevalakkara Panchayat, its North side with Sooranad panchayat and east side with Sasthamcotta panchayat.Bus facilities are also available here. The road joining Karunagappally and kottarakkara pass through Mynagappally. [3]


This panchayat hosts industrial activity including seven cashew factories, brick manufacturing, tile manufacturing, coir industry and matchbox industry. Four main market places service this village.


"Mannoorkkavu Devi temple", where Kathakali played most often, is there. "Vettikkadu Siva Temple" are situated there."Kumarenchira Devi Temple " is also an important pilgrim place situated here.


High Schools in Mynagappally include:

OLDEST SCHOOLS SCVLPS South Mynagappally SCVUPS South Mynagappally

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