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Kowdiar

Kowdiar
കവടിയാര്‍
Town
Kowdiar is located in Kerala
Kowdiar
Kowdiar
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates:
Country  India
State Kerala
District Thiruvanthapuram
Talukas Thiruvanthapuram
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 695 003

Kowdiar is one of the main localities in the city of Trivandrum, Kerala, India. It is the starting point of the Rajapatha (Royal Path) that stretches till the East Fort. It lies between the localities of Vellayambalam and Peroorkada.

Kowdiar is famous for the Kowdiar Palace. It is generally considered one of the more upmarket residential areas within the city and of late has seen numerous apartment complexes being built. The road to Vellayambalam is wide and beautifully maintained and it is one of the good stretches of straight road in the whole Kerala within city limits.

The arterial roads from the Kowdiar Main Road are:

  • Thenmala Road to Peroorkada Junction via Ambalamukku
  • Pattom Road to Pattom Junction via Kuravankonam
  • PMG TTC Road

The area has a newly renovated park in front of the palace premises.

Landmarks

Nearest Transportation hubs

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