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Kalluvathukkal town
Kalluvathukkal town
Coordinates: 8°49′57″N 76°44′43″E / 8.83250°N 76.74528°E / 8.83250; 76.74528Coordinates: 8°49′57″N 76°44′43″E / 8.83250°N 76.74528°E / 8.83250; 76.74528
Country India
 • Total35.69 km2 (13.78 sq mi)
 • Total21,555[1]
 • OfficialMalayalam, English
Area code(s)0474-257****

Kalluvathukkal is a village[1] in the Kollam district of the Indian state of Kerala. NH 47 passes through the village. Kalluvathukkal panchayat has its own school (KPHS) for classes from 5th std to 10 th std. A mini stadium is also co located with the school. The nearest town, the people from the village relies for everything is Chathannoor


Kalluvathukkal is located in the southern part of Kollam district, approximately 49 km north of the state capital, Thiruvananthapuram.


According to the 2011 Census of India, Kalluvathukkal's population is 21,555 people, including 10,065 males and 11,490 females.[1]


Paravur railway station is the nearest railway station, 13 km away. 10 pairs of express trains stop at Paravur. Kollam Railway Station is 22 kilometers from the village.Chathannoor KSRTC depot is located 5 kilometers from Kalluvathukkal

The nearest airport is Trivandrum International Airport, approximately 44 kilometers north on National Highway 47.

NH 66 passes through the center of the village.[2] Kalluvathukkal is well-connected to the main cities in the state and major towns in the district, including Trivandrum, Alappuzha, Kochi, Calicut, Kottarakara, Paravur, Kollam|Paravur, by National Highway 66 (India)|NH 66 and other state PWD roads.

Health care[edit]

  • Vimala mission hospital, Kalluvathukkal, Kollam
  • Sivapriya ayurvedic hospital, Karamkode, Kollam
  • JSM Maternity hospital, Karamkode, Kollam
  • ESIC Medical College, Parippally, Kollam
  • Government Homeo Dispensary, Kalluvathukkal
  • Pioneers Library and Arts Club , Elamkulam .

Notable people[edit]


  1. ^ a b c "Kalluvathukkal Population - Kollam, Kerala". Census 2011. Retrieved 26 October 2017.
  2. ^ "Local self-government department of Kerala".