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Puthuppally, Alappuzha

Location in Kerala, India

Coordinates: 9°9′0″N 76°29′0″E / 9.15000°N 76.48333°E / 9.15000; 76.48333Coordinates: 9°9′0″N 76°29′0″E / 9.15000°N 76.48333°E / 9.15000; 76.48333

Country  India
State Kerala
District Alappuzha
Population (2001)
 • Total 20,758
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 690527
Telephone code 0479
Nearest city Kayamkulam

Puthuppally is a village in Alappuzha district(in Kayamkulam) in the Indian state of Kerala.[1]


As of 2001 India census, Puthuppally (Village) had a population of 20758 with 9702 males and 11056 females.[1]


Varanappally Temple

Devikulangara Devi Kshethram (Grama Devi/Village Temple)
Idamarathusseril Shiva Kshethram
Kunnayyathu Devi Kshethram (Trust Administration)
Kaniyamuri Devi Kshethram
Sree Dharmmasastha Kshethram
Kaleekasseril Devi Kshethram
Padinjattathil Devi Kshethram
Irisseril Devi Kshethram
Pathesseril Temple Devi


Sreeshylam Trust (kottakkakathu Jn.

        sm associates muzhangodil


Shivarathri Mahotsvam
Ganeshotsvam (Coordinated by Sreeshylam Trust)


Sakhavu Puthuppally Rakhavan
Sri. Kochukesavan sir
sri Anil Panachoran
sri KP Keshava Devu
sri puthoor Sivadasan
sri Aji Puthoor
sri Adv Gopinadhan
smt Prasanna Jayachandran

Sri M G Sreedharan

Sri Adv Khushi Bhaskar

Sri M P Jinadevan

Sri V K Rajagopalan


Back Water
Paddy fields
Near to Amruthapuri
Long Festival Season


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