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Subject: Varkala, Thiruvananthapuram district, List of schools in Thiruvananthapuram district, National Highway 47 (India), Kilimanoor, Navaikulam, Temples of Kerala
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Location in Kerala, India

Coordinates: 8°45′39″N 76°47′46″E / 8.76083°N 76.79611°E / 8.76083; 76.79611Coordinates: 8°45′39″N 76°47′46″E / 8.76083°N 76.79611°E / 8.76083; 76.79611

Country  India
State Kerala
District Thiruvananthapuram
Talukas Chirayinkeezhu
 • Body Navaikulam
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 695605
Telephone code 04702
Vehicle registration KL-
Nearest city Kollam, Thiruvananthapuram
Lok Sabha constituency attingal
Civic agency Navaikulam
Climate normal (Köppen)

Kallambalam is a village in Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala. Kallambalam Joints Varkala with National Highway 47.It is 41 KM north from Thiruvananthapuram, 30 KM south of Kollam city and 10 KM East of Varkala

Varkala Sree Janardhanaswamy Temple is a very famous traditional temple nearby Kallambalam.


It is located at 8°45′39″N 76°47′46″E / 8.76083°N 76.79611°E / 8.76083; 76.79611. In recent old days there were a stone rest place like bus stop.From this the name kallambalam came("kall" means stone in malayalam).


Kallambalam is on the National Highway 47.It is near Varkala(10 KM)and Attingal (11 km).Nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram International AirportNearest Railway station is Varkala Sivagiri Railway Station.It is around 41 km north of Thiruvananthapuram City and 30 km south of Kollam City

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kallambalam got ite name from a small temple which is made upof stones. Now the temple has vanished off during the development of kallambalam. Navaikulam Sree Shankaranarayanaswamy Temple is a very famous traditional temple nearby Kallambalam, and the distance is around 1.5km only.

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