Palluruthy

Palluruthy is a in the city of Kochi, in the state of Kerala, India.wikipedia
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Kochi

Cochincity of KochiKochi, India
Palluruthy is a in the city of Kochi, in the state of Kerala, India.
The merger leading to the establishment of the corporation, was between the municipalities of Ernakulam, Mattancherry and Fort Kochi, along with that of the Willingdon Island, four panchayats (Palluruthy, Vennala, Vyttila and Edappally), and the small islands of Gundu and Ramanthuruth.

Kerala

Kerala stateKerala, Indiastate of Kerala
Palluruthy is a in the city of Kochi, in the state of Kerala, India.

Thoppumpady

Thoppumpadi
Palluruthy comprises the regions Thoppumpady, Perumpadappu, Edakochi, Kumbalanghi and Mundamveli.

Temple

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The region is famous for its temples and lotus pond and Danish Varangodan

List of plants known as lotus

lotuslotus flowerknown commonly as lotuses
The region is famous for its temples and lotus pond and Danish Varangodan

Pond

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The region is famous for its temples and lotus pond and Danish Varangodan

Sree Bhavaneeswara Temple

Bhavaneeswara Temple
There are many Hindu temples like Sree Bhavaneeswara Temple and Azhakiyakavu Bhagavathi Temple, Muslim Mosques like Thangal Nagar Muhammed Palli, Nambiampuram Msoque, Salafi Juma Masjid etc and Christian churches like St. Sebastians Church and St. Thomas More Church.

Ernakulam district

ErnakulamEranakulam districtDistrict of Ernakulam

Malayalam

Malayalam languageMalayalam-languageMalayalam–language

Edakochi

It is bounded by the Palluruthy to the west, Aroor to the south and Kumbalam to the east.

Srinda Arhaan

Srinda AshabSrindaShrinda Arhaan
Srinda did her schooling at St. Mary's Anglo Indian Girls High School, Fort Kochi up to Class X before moving to a school in Palluruthy for her Higher Secondary School Certificate studies.

Perumpadappu, Ernakulam

Perumpadappu
Perumpadappu is a small area of Palluruthy region of Cochin city of Ernakulam district, Kerala.

Administration of Kochi

The Corporation has its headquarters in Ernakulam, and zonal offices at Fort Kochi, Mattancherry, Palluruthy, Edappally, Vaduthala and Vyttila.

Battle of Cochin (1504)

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But Edapalli pass brings up other inconsistencies – in particular, later in the campaign, the Zamorin sent part of his army to try a different pass to Palurte, which is almost certainly Palluruthy, again south of Cochin.

Temples consecrated by Narayana Guru

Temples built by Narayana Gurubuilt temples in other placestemples consecrated

Kochi Municipal Corporation

Corporation of CochinKochi CorporationCochin Corporation
The corporation has its central office situated in Ernakulam and has zonal offices at Fort Kochi, Mattancherry, Palluruthy, Edappally, Vaduthala and Vyttila.

SS Nautilus

However, the ship needed repairs before it could be put to use and was brought to Palluruthy (Kerala, India) and docked on the land for repairs.