|State||Kollam District, Kerala|
|Mouth||Empties into Paravur Kayal|
|Length||35 mi (56 km)|
Ithikkara River is a 56 km long river in Kerala, India. It originates in the Kulathhoopuzha hills in the western ghats and flows through the Kollam District, finally emptying into Paravur Kayal. The village of Ithikkara is located on the river, 15 km from the port of Kollam. The river also flows through the settlements of Chathannoor and Pooyappally.
- Chenkulam; Chenkulam Town Blog;" blogspot.com; accessed November 2013
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