Mulanthuruthy

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Mulanthuruthy
Town
Mulanthuruthy is located in Kerala
Mulanthuruthy
Mulanthuruthy
Mulanthuruthy is located in India
Mulanthuruthy
Mulanthuruthy
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates: 9°54′3″N 76°23′24″E / 9.90083°N 76.39000°E / 9.90083; 76.39000Coordinates: 9°54′3″N 76°23′24″E / 9.90083°N 76.39000°E / 9.90083; 76.39000
Country  India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
Population (2001)
 • Total 23,615
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Vehicle registration KL39

Mulanthuruthy, also spelt Mulamthuruthy, is a town in Ernakulam District of Kerala. It is about 19  km south-east of Ernakulam and 7 km east of Tripunithura.This village is famous for his ancient trade culture with surrounding regions.the region got the facilities of a town as well as the natural beauty of a village. A historic Marthoman church is in the town.there is water body flowing adjacent through its boundary.

Location[edit]

It is about 21 km south-east of Ernakulam and 8 km east of Tripunithura. By road, Mulanthuruthy is easily accessible from Kanjiramattom (13 km) and from Piravom (5 km), Tripunithura and Ernakulam.

Mulanthuruthy Railway Station is the local railhead. Cochin International Airport is the nearest airport.

Demographics[edit]

As of 2001 India census, Mulamthuruthy had a population of 23615 with 11667 males and 11948 females.[1]

Places of worship[edit]

Marthoman church[edit]

Mulanthuruthy marthoman church

The Marthoman church in the town is believed to have been built between 1100 AD and 1125. Kunnassery Kunchakko Tharakan, who was the minister of the king of Kaduthuruthy, was instrumental in its construction.[citation needed] It was the venue of the Mulanthuruthy Synod in 1876 and is now a part of the Malankara Orthodox church.[citation needed].The altar of this church resembles that of church of jerusalem.and the church is one of the prominent churches in the world.the church gave birth to a lot of saints including St gregorious of parumala. the entire village is an example for the rest through its religious and social harmony.}}



References[edit]

  1. ^ "Census of India : Villages with population 5000 & above". Retrieved 2008-12-10.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)[dead link]

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