Wednesday, February 21, 2007

About Nayarambalam

Nayarambalam is a coastal village in Ernakulam District, kerala, India. It is surrounded by Edavanakkad Grama Panchayath in the North, Narakkal Grama Panchayath in the South, Arabian Sea in the West and Veeranpuzha in the east. Nayarambalam lies at almost in the center of Vypeen Island. Agriculture and fishing was the main income source of the people in the olden times. But now most of the people depends Cochin City - the nearest City in Main Land. Still there are lots of paddy fields and fish ponds especially in the Eastern and Western area of the village. The famous festivals of Nayarambalam include the temple festivals of Bhagavathi Temple and Kochambalam Subrahmanya Temple. Many Christian churches and mosques are also located there.
For more reading just read the page I have edited in wikipedia:

Thursday, February 01, 2007


This details are taken from official website of Kerala Govt.
Area in sq.Km. : 12.19
No of Wards : 10 Occupied Residential houses : 4240 No of house holds : 4240 Male population : 11313 Female population : 11853 Total population : 23166 Density of population per : 1783 Sex ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 1047 Effective Literacy Rate [Male] : 97.26 • Effective Literacy Rate [Female] : 92.26 Effective Literacy Rate [Total] : 94.69
* Based on Department of Economics & Statistics, Kerala [Panchayat Level Statistics 2001, Eranakulam District]