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Thuthiyoor
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Thuthiyoor
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Thuthiyoor
Thuthiyoor (India)
Coordinates: 9°59′0″N76°20′0″E / 9.98333°N 76.33333°E / 9.98333; 76.33333 Coordinates: 9°59′0″N76°20′0″E / 9.98333°N 76.33333°E / 9.98333; 76.33333
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
Languages
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration KL-07

Thuthiyoor is a region near Kakkanad in the city of Kochi in Kerala, India.

Thuthiyoor shares its boundaries to Chittethukara, Eroor, Kakkanad and Palachuvadu.some of the ancient and old families living in this area include Thekkapuram Family,Edathalakkad and Ezhumavil mana. The rear wall of Cochin Special Economic Zone forms the north-eastern boundary. It has a history of about 100 years, mainly associated with the local mosque Palachuvadu Juma Masjid and Sreekrishnaswamy Temple(Only One sreekrishna temple in thrikkakara panchayathu). There are other six temples in this village. Two Christian churches, three schools and two convents are situated in this village. Most of the people are god fearing and harmonious. St. Charles school, St. Mary's school and Bhavans Adarsa Vidyalaya are the main schools in this area. The infamous 300 feet deep "Paaramada" is a must watch. Thuthiyoor is a marvellous place to have a blast.There is a tradition of young malayali boys ( also called 'Freakens' or 'Frrreakenz') who play a peculiar style of cricket every evening, barring the days when it rains during game time (between 4 to 6.30 pm). The boys are extremely entertaining.

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