PATHANAMTHITTA

Carved out of Kollam district in November 1982, Pathanamthitta is combination of two words Pathanam and Thitta which mean an array of houses on river side, and is bordered by Kottayam and Idukki districts in the north, Alappuzha in the west, Kollam in the south and a border with Tamil Nadu in the east. Situated near the Western Ghats and boarded by the hills, Pathanamthitta district is a treat to eyes with its vast unending stretches of forests, rivers and rural landscapes.More than 34% of this land of temples, rivers, mountain ranges and coconut groves is covered by forests.

Blessed by nature, the district is famous for its scenic beauty, fairs and festivals.In short Pathanamthitta is the spiritual Capital of Kerala the God’s own Country. Pathanamthiita, a true tropical diversity adorned with fertile agricultural land where plantations,Rubber, Paddy, tapioca, vegetables and spices like cardamom, pepper etc. are extensively cultivated. The district has a prominent place in the supply of hill produces in the State.

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Aranmula Kannadi
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The Aranmula kannadi is not created from glass but from a special metal alloy. The mirror making process is very special and traditional . Some undisclosed metals are alloyed with copper and tin to cast the Metal Mirror.
Aranmula Vasthuvidya Gurukulam
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Vasthuvidya gurukulam is located at Aranmula, 16 km from Pathanamthitta and 8 km from Chengannur towns. A unique institution for ancient Indian architecture and mural paintings.
Aranmula Vijnana Kalavedi
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The Vijnana Kala Vedi Cultural Centre,Aranmula was founded and registered as a Charitable Association in 1977, by Louba Schild, a French artist who has been living in Kerala since 1968.
Charalkunnu
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Charalkunnu is 17 km northwest of Pathanamthitta town and 5 km away from Kozhencherry. Charalkunnu is a picturesque hill station from where one can have a panoramic view of the low lying areas including river Pamba.
Cherukolpuzha Hindu Convention
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Ayroor is a village situated on the western part of Ranni Taluk of Pathanamthitta District in Kerala state. The Pamba River flows by the southern side of this scenic village
Konni
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A forested village situated on the banks of the mighty Achankovil River in Pathanamthitta District, Konni has a long and rich history of man-forest interface.
Mannadi
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It is situated 13 km from Adoor. This is where Veluthampi Dalawa, the renowned freedom fighter of Travancore, spent his last days
Maramon Convention
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The origin and growth of this annual get together for one week at a stretch can be traced to the great revival movement which gathered momentum along with the reformation in the ancient Syrian Church of Malabar