Districts of Kerala

Thiruvananthapuram District

Thiruvananthapuram(Trivandrum) lies at the southern end of Kerala. The District Headquarters is also the capital of Kerala. More…

Kollam District

Kollam(Quilon) District is famous for cashew nut industry and also famous for its marine products. More..

Pathanamthitta District

Pathanamthitta District is famous its blessed and enriched nature and is famous for its scenic beauty. More than half the land is forest for this District.. More…

Alappuzha District

Alappuzha(Alleppey) known as Venice of East, is famous for its stream of so celebrated Backwaters and Coir(Palm Fiber) and Coir Products. . More…

Kottayam District

Kottayam also known as land of Letters. It is famous for Backwaters, Latex and Lakes. Some of Kerala’s Important Newspaper dailies are published from here More…

Idukki District

Idukki is place of High Ranges Forests, wildlife and Hydroelectric Power Projects. Periyar, Eravikulam, Chinnar wild life sanctuaries are situated here. About 60% of Power in the state is produced here.More.. 

Ernakulam District

Ernakulam (Kochi) is the commercial capital of Kerala. Kochi is also One of the finest natural Sea Port of India.. More…

Thrissur District

Thrissur(Trichur) well known as Cultural Capital of Kerala famous for its Temples and Temple Festivals participating largest land animal Elephants.. More…

Palakkad District

Palakkad is the Gateway of Kerala. One of the gaps in Western Ghat ‘Palakkad Gap’ is in the district through Kerala’s Land transportation seeks outside.  More…

Malappuram District

Malappuram one of the Muslim Majority Districts of Kerala is historical in account of the Mappila (Muslim) revolts of Malabar – part of India’s Struggle for freedom.. More…

Kozhikode District

Kozhikkodu (Calicut) is one of the largest cities of Kerala. In 1498 Vasco De Gama the Portuguese Navigator landed at the beach ‘Kappad’ here, which started the western invasion to India.. More…

Wayanad District

The Wayanad District lies at an average of 1500 feet from sea level at the Western Ghat. The District is famous for Hill Stations, Paddy Fields and tribal population.. More…

Kannur District

Formerly a major port area, this is now a city known for its Handloom and Beedi (a type of Cigarette). The origin of Kerala’s Communist Party is at Kannur.. More…

Kasaragod District

A major part of the population speaks ‘Tulu’ as their mother tongue in contrast with Kerala’s mother tongue ‘Malayalam’.. More…