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Pavithreswaram Sree Mahadeva Temple
Coordinates: 9°0′0″N76°42′0″E / 9.00000°N 76.70000°E / 9.00000; 76.70000 Coordinates: 9°0′0″N76°42′0″E / 9.00000°N 76.70000°E / 9.00000; 76.70000
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Kollam
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Telephone code91474
Vehicle registration KL
Nearest city Kollam
Lok Sabha constituencyMavelikkara
Vidhan Sabha constituencykunnathoor
Climate Tropical wet (Köppen)

Pavithreswaram is a village in Kottarakkara taluk of Kollam district [1] in the state of Kerala, India. [2] [3]



As of 2001 India census, Pavithreswaram had a population of 26,082: 12,458 males and 13,624 females. [2]





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