Thamarakulam

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Thamarakulam
താമരക്കുളം
Thamarakkulam
Neighbourhood
Road towards Downtown Kollam area, Thamarakulam
Road towards Downtown Kollam area, Thamarakulam
Thamarakulam is located in Kerala
Thamarakulam
Thamarakulam
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates: 8°53′01″N 76°35′11″E / 8.883566°N 76.586412°E / 8.883566; 76.586412Coordinates: 8°53′01″N 76°35′11″E / 8.883566°N 76.586412°E / 8.883566; 76.586412
Country  India
State Kerala
District Kollam
Government
 • Body Kollam Municipal Corporation(KMC)
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 691001
Vehicle registration KL-02
Lok Sabha constituency Kollam
Civic agency Kollam Municipal Corporation
Avg. summer temperature 34 °C (93 °F)
Avg. winter temperature 22 °C (72 °F)
Website http://www.kollam.nic.in

Thamarakulam (Malayalam: താമരക്കുളം) Thamarakkulam is a business centre and neighbourhood of Kollam city in Kerala, India. Thamarakulam is a part of Downtown Kollam area and is near Chinnakada.[1] Ganapathy temple in Thamarakulam is a very famous Hindu temple and worship centre in Kollam district. Caparisoned elephants from this temple is an unavoidable thing during the celebrations of Kollam Pooram. 'Ezhunnellippu' of elephants from Thamarakulam temple is a regular ritual of Kollam Pooram.[2] Kollam Development Authority office is situated at Thamarakulam.

Project Submission for Thamarakulam during Partner Kerala Meet-2014[edit]

The government of Kerala organized an urban development meet in the name 'Partner Kerala' during the month February, 2014.[3] Kollam Municipal Corporation and Kollam Development Authority submitted some proposals in that meet for Thamarakulam.[4] They are,:

  • Kollam Municipal Corporation unveiled its plan to construct a commercial complex-cum-convention centre and multilevel car parking at Thamarakulam at a total cost of Rs 178.53 crore.
  • Kollam Development Authority proposed a shopping mall, office complex and exhibition-cum-trading centre for micro, small and medium enterprises at Thamarakkulam at a cost of Rs 80 crore.[5]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Post and Telecommunication - Kollam District
  2. ^ [2] Thousands witness Kollam Pooram
  3. ^ Partner Kerala eyes Rs.2Kcr for 100 projects
  4. ^ Projects - Partner Kerala
  5. ^ Partner Kerala: EoIs Worth Over Rs 1,863 Crore Inked