Aduthila

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Aduthila is a village between Ezhome and Madayi Panchayath, in the Indian state of Kerala. Aduthila literally means the nearest home (in Malayalam aduth means near and illam means family or home).

Background[edit]

Pazhangaadi provides Aduthila with its nearest post office, bus stand, and railway station. A straight road from Valapattanam Junction to Pazhayangadi leads to Aduthila. Aduthila comprises mainly two major panchayats, Ezhome panjayath and Madayi panjayath.

Aduthila contains multiple temples but no mosques or churches. Temples at Aduthila include:

  • Theru Sree Bhagavathi Kshetram
  • Aduthila Sree Deivamiruvar Kshethram
  • Paaranthatta Mahavishnu Kshethram

Education includes an LP school, a UP school at Neruvambram, and HS, higher secondary, and college at Madayi. The EMS memorial library at Aduthila provides a wide range of book collections. It also holds a good educational VCD DVD collection, an IT room.

Aduthila has a Kolkali team known as Aduthila sree deivamiruvar kshethram kolkkali sangham. This kolkkali team trains children.

The 'Red Stars of Aduthila' is a club known for its volleyball players. GVC Aduthila is a club which holds sports & cultural festivals.