Thrikkalathoor

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Thrikkalathoor
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Thrikkalathoor
Thrikkalathoor (India)
Coordinates: 10°2′0″N76°32′0″E / 10.03333°N 76.53333°E / 10.03333; 76.53333 Coordinates: 10°2′0″N76°32′0″E / 10.03333°N 76.53333°E / 10.03333; 76.53333
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
Languages
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
683541
Telephone code0484
Vehicle registration KL-17
Nearest cityMuvattupuzha
Lok Sabha constituencyMuvattupuzha

Thrikkalathoor is a village in Ernakulam district of Kerala state (India), [1] [2] located near to the towns of Perumbavoor, Muvattupuza and Kothamangalam.

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Geography

The Thrikkalathoor village consists of the following places:

Politics

The village is located in the Muvattupuzha assembly constituency, which is part of Idduki (Lok Sabha constituency). It was part of Muvattupuzha (Lok Sabha constituency) until 2004. Thrikkalthoor is part of Payipra panchayat and Mulavoor village. Eldo Abraham, previous MLA of Muvattupuzha is a native to Thrikkalathoor. . [3]

Educational institutions

Religion

The population of Thrikkalthoor includes Hindus, Syriac Christians and Muslims.

Places of interest

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References

  1. Census Data Updation Status, Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana
  2. Thrikkalathoor Pallimattathu Bhagavathy temple
  3. "Eldho Abraham - Muvattupuzha LDF Candidate Kerala Assembly Elections 2016, Votes, Lead". keralaassembly.com.