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Onakkoor

Onakkoor
village
Onakkoor
Onakkoor
Location in Kerala, India

Coordinates: 9°53′38″N 76°30′51″E / 9.893931°N 76.514162°E / 9.893931; 76.514162Coordinates: 9°53′38″N 76°30′51″E / 9.893931°N 76.514162°E / 9.893931; 76.514162

Country  India
State Kerala
District Ernakulam
Population (2001)
 • Total 12,157
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 686667
Telephone code 485227
Nearest city Ernakulam
Literacy 100%
Climate Cool, Windy (Köppen)

[1] Onakkoor is a village in Ernakulam district in the Indian state of Kerala[2] Main attraction are Onakkoor River, Onakkoor Temple, Famous writer George Onakkoor is associated with this village, SH-42 High way[3] is passing through onakkoor. Piravom is the nearby town with markets and Hospitals. Mostly practised religions are Hinduism and Christianity.

Worship Places

Hinduism

  1. Onakkoor temple (Onakkoor devi temple)
  2. Kalarickal temple (Kalarickal paradevatha temple)
  3. Shasthankal temple (Sree dharmashasthaa temple)
  4. Pandianpara temple (Pandianpara bhadrakali temple)

Christianity

  1. Onakkoor Sehiyon Jacobite church - located at periyappuram
  2. Onakkoor Church - Located at onakkoor pallippady

Transportation

  1. Bus Terminal (Private & Public) is available 5 K/m away at Piravom
  2. Nearest railway station is Piravom road railway station, at velloore
  3. Nearest air port is Kochin international airport at Nedumbaserry

Demographics

As of 2001 India census, Onakkoor had a population of 12157 with 6151 males and 6006 females.[2]

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