Perunguzhi

Perunguzhi is a village in Chirayinkeezh Taluk, Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala. It is under the jurisdiction of Azhoor Panchayat. This place has many beautiful sceneries. A lake is situated near by and also has many temples.

Perunguzhi
village
Perunguzhi is located in Kerala
Perunguzhi
Perunguzhi
Location in Kerala, India
Perunguzhi is located in India
Perunguzhi
Perunguzhi
Perunguzhi (India)
Coordinates: 8°30′13″N 76°57′08″E / 8.50370°N 76.95219°ECoordinates: 8°30′13″N 76°57′08″E / 8.50370°N 76.95219°E
Country India
StateKerala
DistrictThiruvananthapuram
TalukasChirayinkeezhu
Languages
 • OfficialMalayalam, English
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
695305
Telephone code91470
Vehicle registrationKL-01, KL-16
Lok Sabha constituencyAttingal
Vidhan Sabha constituencyAttingal

Transportation

Perunguzhi lies on the Thiruvananthapuram-Kollam railway route; only passenger trains halt here. Bus Service from Perunguzhi to East Fort. Boat service in Kadinamkulam lake connects Perunguzhi and Perumathura.

Temples The biggest temple in perunguzhi is sree rajarajaswari temple perunguzhi the temple have i think 1000 year old

Economy

Coir industry is one of the major businesses in Perunguzhy. Gulf money is the source of people's income.

Education

Govt.L.P. and V.P.U.P and Govt High school are located in the Panchayath of Azhoor.

Tourism

The Agni Kavadi festival at the Rajarajeswari Temple at Perunguzhi draws a large number of devotees. Sarkara Devi Temple, Chirayinkeezh is nearby. "Kadinamkulam Kayal" attracts lots of tourist.

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Akathumuri railway station

Akathumuri is a railway station serving the district of Thiruvananthapuram.

Annual passenger earnings details of railway stations in Kerala

Details of annual passenger earnings from some of the railway stations in Kerala state of India.

Bhadrakali

Bhadrakālī (Sanskrit: भद्रकाली, Bengali: ভদ্রকালী, Tamil: பத்ரகாளி, Telugu: భద్రకాళి, Malayalam: ഭദ്രകാളി, Kannada: ಭದ್ರಕಾಳಿ, Kodava: ಭದ್ರಕಾಳಿ) (literally "Good Kaali") is a Hindu goddess popular in Southern India. She is one of the fierce forms of the Great Goddess Adi Parashakthi or Durga (Devi) mentioned in the Devi Mahatmyam. Bhadrakali is the popular form of Devi Mahamaya worshipped in Kerala as Sri Bhadrakali, Mahakali, Chamunda and Kariam Kali Murti. In Kerala she is seen as the auspicious and fortunate form of Mahakali who protects the good.

This goddess is represented with three eyes, and four, sixteen, or eighteen hands. She carries a number of weapons, with flames flowing from her head, and a small tusk protruding from her mouth. Her worship is also associated with the Tantric tradition of the Matrikas as well as the tradition of the ten Mahavidyas and falls under the broader umbrella of Shaktism. Sarkara, Kodungalloor, Aattukal, Chettikulangara, Thirumandhamkunnu and Chottanikkara are famous Bhadrakali temples in Kerala.

Chirayinkeezhu taluk

Chirayinkeezhu Taluk is a Taluk (tehsil) in Thiruvananthapuram district in the Indian state of Kerala. It is situated in the northern part of the Thiruvananthapuram district.

It comprises 29 villages and two municipalities. Chirayinkeezhu taluk is the birthplace of a host of illustrious personalities like the painter Raja Ravi Varma, the great poet and social reformer Kumaran Asan, the practical saint and sanyasin Sree Narayana Guru, Prem Nazir etc.

Edavai railway station

Edava is a railway station serving the district of Trivandrum,Kerala. It is situated in Edava panchayat of Varkala Taluk.

Eravipuram railway station

Eravipuram railway station or Iravipuram railway station (Code:IRP) is one among the three railway stations serving the Indian city of Kollam, Kerala. Eravipuram Railway Station falls under the Thiruvananthapuram railway division of the Southern Railway Zone of Indian Railways. It is a 'F-Class' halt railway station. The annual passenger earnings from Eravipuram Railway Station during 2011-2012 was Rs. 5,85,813.

Eravipuram is about 5.3 km away from Kollam city. Eravipuram is well connected with various cities like Kollam, Trivandrum, Kottayam, Madurai, Tirunelveli, Nagercoil, Kanyakumari and towns like Paravur, Punalur, Kayamkulam, Karunagappalli, Kottarakkara, Varkala, Chirayinkeezh through Indian Railways.

Kappil railway station

Kappil Railway Station station code KFI, is the 20th busiest railway station in Trivandrum (NSG 6E Category) serving the Kappil ward in Edava panchayat of Thiruvananthapuram district in Kerala starting on 1918.

Kappil Beach and lake is situated close to this railway station is one the major tourist destination in Trivandrum.

Kazhakoottam railway station

Kazhakoottam Railway Station (Code:KZK) is a railway station (NSG 5 Category) in the Indian city of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The station falls under the Thiruvananthapuram railway division of the Southern Railway Zone of Indian Railways.

Provision of High Resolution LED

based integrated passenger

information System were introduced

at Thiruvananthapuram central,

Kollam, Ernakulam Jn and Thrissur

through advertisement mode, and is being extended to Kazhakkoottam. A minor catering stall has started working here recently.

Kollam Junction railway station

Kollam Junction railway station (station code: QLN) is a junction station situated in the city of Kollam in Kerala, India. It is the second largest railway station in Kerala in terms of area and is one of the oldest railway stations in the state. World's second longest railway platform is situated at Kollam railway station.Kollam Junction lies on Kollam-Thiruvananthapuram trunk line. It is operated by the Southern Railway Zone of the Indian Railways and comes under the Thiruvananthapuram railway division. The annual passenger ticket revenue of Kollam railway station is ₹64.23 crore (US$8.9 million) and 23,048 is the daily ridership through this station. Three express trains have been operating from Kollam Junction railway station to South Indian cities of Chennai and Visakhapatnam: Visakhapatnam–Kollam Express (weekly), Anantapuri Express (daily) and Tambaram–Kollam Express (special tri-weekly).

Kollam–Thiruvananthapuram trunk line

Kollam–Thiruvananthapuram trunk line is a railway line in Southern Railway zone connecting the cities of Kollam and Thiruvananthapuram in the state of Kerala, India. The line was opened on 4 January 1918 as the extension of Madras–Quilon line during metre gauge era.

Kutch Gurjar Kshatriyas contributions to the Indian railways

The Kutch Gurjar Kshatriyas (KGK) contributions to the Indian railways were widespread from the late 1850s to the latest reorganization of the Indian Railways infrastructure in 2003–2006. The community also widely known as Mistris of Kutch (or Mistry) migrated from Kutch to perform the work and were involved in the laying down of railway tracks and construction of rail bridges in almost all railway routes of undivided British India.

List of railway stations in Trivandrum

This is the list of railway stations serving the district of Trivandrum in the Indian state of Kerala.

Kappil Railway Station

Edava Railway Station

Varkala Railway Station

Akathumuri Railway Station

Kadakkavoor railway station

Chirayinkeezhu railway station

Perunguzhi Railway Station

Murukkumpuzha Railway Station

Kaniyapuram railway station

Kazhakoottam railway station

Veli Railway Station

Kochuveli railway station

Thiruvananthapuram Pettah railway station

Trivandrum Central

Nemom railway station

Balaramapuram railway station

Neyyattinkara railway station

Amaravila Railway Station

Dhanuvachapuram Railway Station

Parassala Railway Station

Mayyanad railway station

Mayyanad railway station (Code:MYY) is an Indian railway station situated at Kollam, Kerala.

Paravur railway station

Paravur railway station (Code:PVU) is a railway station in the Indian municipal town of Paravur in Kollam district, Kerala. Paravur Railway Station falls under the Thiruvananthapuram railway division of the Southern Railway Zone of Indian Railways. It is a 'NSG 5' class(formerly D-class) railway station coming under the Southern Railway Zone.The annual passenger earnings of Paravur Railway Station during 2016-2017 is Rs. 1,47,90,285 and it is third in position from Kollam district among the stations collecting more than Rs.1,00,00,000 through passenger tickets.Paravur is connected to various cities in India like Kollam, Trivandrum, Varkala, Ernakulam, Calicut, Palakkad, Thrissur, Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai, Madurai, Kanyakumari, Mangalore, Pune, Salem, Coimbatore, Trichy and Tirunelveli through Indian Railways. Proximity of Paravur railway station to the core Paravur town and Paravur Municipal Bus Stand is making it as one of the important public transport hubs in the district and the state.

Thiruvananthapuram Pettah railway station

Thiruvananthapuram Pettah is a railway station for inter-city trains, located at Thiruvananthapuram, in the Indian state of Kerala. The station is operated by the Southern Railway zone of the Indian Railways. The station is only 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) from the Thiruvananthapuram Central station. Most incoming trains from Kollam direction (from north) halt here for the convenience of passengers in the general area and to reduce the crowd at Thiruvananthapuram Central. But very few outgoing trains to north have a halt at Pettah. It has good connectivity to the city bus services and also an auto and taxi stand. This is the nearest railway station to the Trivandrum International Airport International Terminal.

Varkala Sivagiri railway station

Varkala Railway Station, station code VAK, is a major railway station (NSG 4 Category) serving the district of Thiruvananthapuram of Kerala starting on 1918. It is situated in the municipality of Varkala which is 40km from Trivandrum and 15km from Attingal municipality.It falls in the Thiruvananthapuram railway division of the Southern Railway zone of the Indian Railways. It is on Kollam-Thiruvananthapuram railway line and is the busiest railway station in Trivandrum district, after the Trivandrum Central based on passenger handling. Station is well connected to major cities like Trivandrum,Hyderabad,

Delhi,Bangalore,Chennai,Mumbai,Kolkata,Goa etc.

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