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Thottapuzhassery is a place near Kozhencherry in Kerala, India. It is situated opposite side of Aranmula.
Kozhencherry is a census town in Pathanamthitta district of Central Travancore region in Kerala state, South India. As of 2011 census, the population was 12,021 people in 3,393 households.It is one of the main city in the Pathanamthitta, District. It is on the banks of Pampa river. It is a commercial centre and many banks and trade companies have their establishments here. It is believed that once the Kovilans of Thekencore kingdom's ruled this area. Kozhencherry used to be a part of the erstwhile Travancore kingdom.
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Thottapuzhassery is a village Panchayath in Pathanamthitta District of Kerala State. Thottapuzhassery is sharing its boundaries with the Holy River Pampa and three other Panchayaths namely Ezhumatoor, Koipuram and Ayroor. The riverside is extremely calm, serene and beautiful.
This place is so beautiful and it itself has famous tourist and retreat places like Aruvikuzhi waterfalls, Charalkunnu Camp Center, Ponmalla, Retreat center Maramon, Pramadathu para, Mayiladumpara etc. Charalkunnu is a hill-station in Thottappuzhassery Panchayat.
Charalkunnu is a popular hill station in Pathanamthitta District of Kerala, India. The Pampa River flows in the low-lying areas. Pathanamthitta, the district headquarters, is situated 17 km to the south-east. Kozhencherry is located 5 km away.
Thottapuzhassery is enriched with traditional and religious past. There are many religious myths that's talks about this small village. This is a place which situate almost at the middle of Pathanamthitta district and it is the main venue for the Christian Convention called Maramon Convention, which takes place in third week of every February. This place is historically related with the birth and growth of Malankara Mar Thoma Syrian Church and this village has Mayiladumpara Siva Temple, which is founded by Thapasyomal for the downtrodden people in the society. As per the believes this temple was founded very before Sree Narayana Guru.
There is a Palliyodam (snake boat) named Thottapuzhassery. Every year it competes in the 'uthrattathi vallamkalie '(snake boat race) Aranmula Boat Race . It also accompanies Thiruvonathoni Goshayatra to Aranmula Temple. This place is between the Kozhancherry - Arattupuzha - Chengannur road.
Palliyodam is a type of large snake boat built and used by Hindu temples for the procession in rivers.
The Aranmula Boat Race the oldest river boat fiesta in Kerala, the south western State of India is held during Onam (August–September). It takes place at Aranmula, near a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna and Arjuna in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala State. The snake boats move in pairs to the rhythm of full-throated singing and shouting watched by an exciting crowd. In 1972, snake boat races were also added to the program of the festival. Thousands of people gather on the banks of the river Pampa to watch the snake boat races. In 2009 forty one snake boats or chundan vallams had participated in the festival. The oarsmen sing traditional boat songs and wear white mundu and turbans. The golden lace at the head of the boat, the flag and the ornamental umbrella at the center make it a show of pageantry too.
This village also has a famous old temple of Devi. On festival day there is a traditional Padayani (folk dance).
Border of west Thottapuzhassery @ maramon mosco padi after that koipuram panchyath belongs to Thiruvalla Town
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Mallappuzhassery is a village situated in the Greater Kozhencherry region near the Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple, in the Pathanamthitta district in Kerala, India. Its border starts in the middle of the temple grounds running north–south: the eastern part is Mallappuzhassery and the western part is Edasserimala. Edasserimala is part of Aranmula Panchayath and Mallappuzhassery is of Mallappuzhassery Panchayath. The northern border of this village is the Pamba River.
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Kotta is a village situated near the Pamba River in Kerala, India. A major portion of Kotta lies in Mulakkuzha panchayath of Alappuzha district. But some parts lie in Aranmula panchayath of Pathanamthitta district. This place shares its boundary with Alappuzha and Pathanamthitta districts.
Kadapra is a beautiful place in Koipuram Panchayath of Pathanamthitta District, Kerala, India. The main attraction of Kadapra is the "Varaal Chaal" which is a paradise of most delicious fishes and aquatic species. Other attractions of Kadapra are the Public Library, 100 Years Old MTLP School, Malanada Temple, and many churches.
This District has four types of administrative hierarchies:
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