Mulakuzha in Chengannur Tehsil, is an Artisan - Farmer's Village, which is blessed with beautiful nature. The word of mouth knowledge about the etymological roots of the name is that, at first the name was "Mullakara" which translates in Malayalam as "Land of Bamboos" which was later altered to Mulakuzha (Mula+kuzha/kula=Bamboo+Area). This progressive village is situated around 6 km from Chengannur taluk, It shares its borders with Pathanamthitta district. A canal runs through the heart of this village from the holy Pamba river (Southern Ganges). The community is blest with all the basic amenities required. The farmer's market is open on Monday's & Thursday's. Some of the major landmarks this village haven's are the famous Century Hospital, Govt. VHSS & LPS (1909), Sri Dharma Shasta Temple, Nediyathu Devi Temple, Gandharva Muttam Bhagavati Temple, Parayirukala Devi Temple, Pallippadi Juma Masjid, Church of God (Kerala HQ) ... etc. This fertile grounds are domiciliated by a mixed populace of Hindus, Christians, and Muslims alike; the communal harmony and traditional richness that this brings forth is accentuated in every perspective of denizens daily lives. The eco-friendliness of a village and the dewy mornings sanctified with devotional songs is something unique this village offers and welcomes with. A perfect synonymy for Godzone.
Demographically, As of 2001[update] India census, Mulakuzha (Village) had a population of 28,570 with 13,294 males and 15,276 females.