Palluruthy

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Palluruthy
പള്ളുരുത്തി
Palluruthy
Palluruthy
Palluruthy is located in Kerala
Palluruthy
Palluruthy
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates: 9°55′17″N 76°16′26″E / 9.92139°N 76.27389°E / 9.92139; 76.27389Coordinates: 9°55′17″N 76°16′26″E / 9.92139°N 76.27389°E / 9.92139; 76.27389
Country  India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
Telephone code 0484
Vehicle registration KL-07, KL-43

Palluruthy (Malayalam: പള്ളുരുത്തി) is a region in the city of Kochi which is in the state of Kerala, India. Palluruthy is part of the water bound West Kochi, lying westward to the Kochi mainland. Palluruthy comprises the regions Thoppumpady, Perumpadappu, Edakochi, Kumbalanghi and Mundamveli. The region is famous for its temples and lotus ponds.

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There are many famous temples like Azhakiyakavu bhagavathi Temple, Sree Bhavaneeswara Temple, Illikkal Ardhanareeswara Temple, Sree Venkatachalapathy Temple, Eranad Vanadurga Temple. Kumbalanghi is a well-known tourist spot (Model Tourism Village). Palluruthy does not have much problems with mosquito and waste disposal when compared to other parts of Cochin. Palluruthy is also known for its religious unity. Palluruthy Relief Settlement is an orphanage in Palluruthy.

The famous and prestigious school in Palluruthy is S.D.P.Y school chain. Almost all famous personalities from Palluruthy came from S.D.P.Y schools. Other famous schools are St. Dominics EMHS run by Dominican Sisters, St. Juliana's CBSE School and St. Aloysius ISC School.