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Thiruvananthapuram

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM – the Capital City of Kerala Thiru Anantha Puram retains its past glory of the capital of a princely state. The capital of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) or Syanandoorapuri is built on hills with wide open spaces, sports stadium and …

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Wayanad

Wayanad District came into existence on 1st November, 1980 as the 12th District of Kerala consisting of Mananthavady, Sulthanbathery and Vythiri Taluks. The name Wayanad is derived from Vayal Nadu which means the land of paddy fields. It is a …

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Thrissur

The term Thrissur (also Trichur, Trishur) is the abbreviated anglicized form of the Malayalam word “THRISSIVAPERUR” which means the town of the “SACRED SIVA”. The town is built on an elevated ground, at the apex of which is the famous …

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Pathanamthitta

Pathanamthitta Pathanamthitta is the head quarters of Pathanamthitta district. The district was formed on Ist November 1982. It was carved out of Idukki, Alappuzha and Kollam districts. The district is close to the western Ghats and is endowed with scenic …

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Palakkad

Palakkad is a part of the erstwhile Malabar district of Madras Presidency. The district accounts for about 11.5% of the total land area of the state of Kerala, with the share of population is 8.22.%. The literacy rate of the district is …

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Malappuram

More Details of Malappuram District – CLICK HERE Destinations 1. Kottakunnu 1. Pilgrim Destinations 2. Nature & Wild life Experience 3. Beaches  1. Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala 4. Costal life 2. Thunchan Memorial 5. Rivers and Back Water 3. Kumbham Handicrafts Village …

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Kozhikkod

KOZHIKKOD Gateway to the Western World Opening up the gateway of India to Vasco-da-Gama the adventurous Portuguese navigator in 1498, Kozhikkod has carved for itself a landmark in the history of India. The land of the ancient Zamorins had many …

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Kottayam

KOTTAYAM – Beyond Letters and Latex Situated seventy six Kilometres away from Kochi, Kottayam is a place strangely ancient in spirit but fairly modern in atmosphere. This land, located in the erstwhile Central Travancore, is remarkably fertile and brilliantly green. …

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Kollam

KOLLAM – Cashew and Lakes Among the towns of Kerala, Kollam is second, only to Kodungallore in historic antiquity and was a renowned international emporium of trade of the ancient world. It was the capital of the powerful kingdom called …

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Kannur

KANNUR The Land of Forts and Beaches On to the North of Kerala, sandwitched between the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea, lies Kannur, anglicised as Cannanore. This stretch of land, with every inch in history, has been a melting …

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