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Cherthala is a town located in the district of Alappuzha, in the state of Kerala, India. It is 31 km to Kochi and Kottayam and 22 km north of Alappuzha town, on the Kochi-Alappuzha National Highway NH 47, as well as the coastal rail route. The coastal town is also about 20 kilometers from the historical town of Vaikom Via Ullala -Chempakassery house and the popular tourism destination Kumarakom.
Poochakkal is part of a small island consisting Arookutty, Panavally, Thycattusserry and Pallippuram Panchayaths close to the Kerala Backwaters in Kerala, India. Until the 2006 Kerala Assembly Elections, Poochakkal was part of the Cherthala LAC. After delimitation from the 2011 elections, it became a part of Aroor LAC.
Kuthiathode is a gram panchayat in Alappuzha district in the Indian state of Kerala.
Thycattusserry is a village in the Cherthala taluk of the Alappuzha district in the Indian state of Kerala.
Thuravoor Thekku is a village in Alappuzha district in the Indian state of Kerala. Thuravoor lies between the towns of Alappuzha and Kochi along the NH 47.
Mookkannoor is a village in Ernakulam district in the Indian state of Kerala. The nearest city is Angamaly (6 km) The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport (13 km)
Andhakaranazhy (Andhakaranazhi) is a coastal village located 4 km west of Pattanakkad under Pattanakkad Panchayath under Cherthala Taluk. It is famous for its beach which draws a number of domestic and international tourists.
Thuravoor is a Grama Panchayath in Aluva Taluk of Ernakulam District in the South Indian state of Kerala. Thuravoor Grama Panchayath is nearly 5 km from Angamaly Town. The Panchayat covers 12.13 km2 in area. The borders of this panchayat are Mookkannoor and Manjapra Panchayat in the north, Manjapra, Malayattoor-Neeleeswaram Panchayat in the East. Kalady panchayat and Angamaly Municipality in the south, and Karukutty and Mookkannoor Panchayat on the west.
Thuravoor Viswambharan, was a popular Sanskrit scholar, active social worker and writer from the Thuravoor village in the southern state Kerala in India. He was an expert professor on Hindu epics Ramayana, Mahabharatha and Vedas. He was a professor in Malayalam, Sanskrit, Indian Mythology and Vedic Science at the prestigious Maharaja's College Ernakulam, Cochin. He was the state president of Tapasya Kala Sahithya Vedi and the founder president of Vishwa Samvad Kendra Kerala. He used to deliver lectures on different Hindu epic, vedic and science topics in Amrita TV in a programme called 'Bharatha Dharsanam', and the discourse and discussion was from 07.30 to 08.00 AM.
Kidangoor is a small village in Thuravoor Panchayath near Angamaly in Eranakulam district in the Indian state of Kerala.
Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrith (SSUS) is a research-oriented public university located at Kalady near Kochi in Kerala. The university is named after the sage and philosopher Adi Sankaracharya and was established in 1993. The varsity is located on the banks of the river Poorna.
The Ernad Express is an express train run by the Southern Railway zone of the Indian Railways between Mangalore Central railway station in Karnataka and Nagercoil Junction railway station in Tamil Nadu. It longitudinally crosses the whole state of Kerala. It was first introduced in 2009 to run between Mangalore and Kochuveli, satellite station of Trivandrum, the capital of kerala as a tri weekly express and later got extended to Nagercoil. Now this train runs as a daily service.The train runs via Shoranur Junction and Alappuzha.
The Maveli Express is a daily night express train of the Southern Railway Division of Indian Railways connecting Mangalore Central to Trivandrum Central. The train numbers are 16603 and 16604.
Thuravoor is a gram panchayat in the Pattanakkad Block of Cherthala Taluk of the Alappuzha District, State of Kerala, India. It comes under Aroor Assembly constituency. Thuravoor lies exactly between Kochi and Alappuzha. A four lane National Highway 47 passes through the village, which along with a railway station gives it excellent connectivity with the remainder of the state. Thuravoor is famous for the Narasimha Swamy temple which is dedicated to the fourth incarnation (avatara) of Vishnu, the Narasimha. The temple has two main deities, the Vadakkanappan and the Tekkanappan, which is rare among the temples of Kerala.
Parayakad, Alappuzha is a village in Kuthiathode gram panchayat, India. in Cherthala Taluk in Alappuzha district in the Indian state of Kerala. There is another place known as Parayakad or Parayad in Ernakulum District. This is a small area / block (muri) in Chittattukara Village in North Paravoor. Parayakad Village in Alleppey district is listed in the Central Government Indian Village Directory. Kuthiathode comes under the Pattanakad Block in Aroor Assembly constituency.
Thuravoor Pamba road is a proposed road in Kerala, India connecting NH 47 to Sabarimala. This road is expected to reduce the travel time for Sabarimala pilgrims. This road which is connecting the northern part of Alappuzha and Kottayam Districts will increase the trade flow between these regions. Road is planned to be with a width of 12m. Road construction started in February 2013. Government is planning to complete the construction in 3 years.
Thuravoor railway station is a railway station in Alappuzha District, Kerala and falls under the Thiruvananthapuram railway division of the Southern Railway Zone, Indian Railways.
Syam Pushkaran is an Indian scriptwriter who works in Malayalam cinema. He's known for his collaboration with directors Aashiq Abu and Dileesh Pothan. He made his debut with Salt N' Pepper (2011), co-written with Dileesh Nair. He has written screenplays for popular films such as 22 Female Kottayam (2012), Da Thadiya (2012), Idukki Gold (2013), Iyobinte Pusthakam (2014), Rani Padmini (2015), Maheshinte Prathikaaram (2016), Mayaanadhi (2017), and Kumbalangi Nights (2019). He also served as co-director and wrote the dialogues for Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum (2017). Pushkaran won the National Film Award for Best Screenplay for Maheshinte Prathikaram at the 64th National Film Awards (2016).