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Thumpamon
Thumpamon (India)
Coordinates: 9°13′0″N76°43′0″E / 9.21667°N 76.71667°E / 9.21667; 76.71667
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Pathanamthitta
Government
  BodyThumpamon Grama Panchayat
Area
  Total70.84 km2 (27.35 sq mi)
Population
 (2015)
  Total98,705
  Density975/km2 (2,530/sq mi)
Languages
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
689502
Telephone code0091-4734
Vehicle registration KL-26
Nearest cityPandalam
Sex ratio 1000 Males : 1805 Females /
Literacy94.09% (91.97% - Females, 96.53% - Males)%
Civic agencyThumpamon Grama Panchayat
Climate Tropical Wet (Köppen)

Thumpamon is a village in Pandalam (5 km Approx), a part of Adoor thaluk in Kerala, India. One of the greatest attractions of this village is the Achenkovil River, which is known for its natural sceneries along the riverbank. The village relies on non-resident Indian and crops like rubber, coconut, paddy and pepper. The most common crop in the village is rubber. Because of non-resident Indians, this is one of the wealthiest villages in Kerala. Thumpamon is divided into two regions, Thumpamon North and Thumpamon South, by the Achenkovil River.

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