|Division of Travancore|
|Historical era||British Raj|
|Today part of||Kerala, India|
Quilon Division, sometimes referred to as the Central Division was one of three (or four) administrative subdivisions of the princely state of Travancore in what is now India. It was administered by a civil servant of rank Diwan Peishkar equivalent to a District Collector in British India and consisted of eight taluks — Ambalappura, Chenganur, Kunnattur, Karungapalli, Karthikapalli, Mavelikkara, Quilon and Thiruvalla. The headquarters was the town of Quilon.
- Thomas Foulkes (1864). A classbook of the geography of Travancore.