Thiruvananthapuram District With Talukas in Kerala State

Thiruvananthapuram District With Talukas: Thiruvananthapuram District is the southernmost district of the coastal state of Kerala. It is the largest city in Kerala: Thiruvananthapuram District is the southernmost district of the coastal state of Kerala. It is the largest city in Kerala. It came into existence in the year 1957. The headquarters is the city of Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) which is also the capital city of Kerala. It is divided into six taluks:  Thiruvananthapuram,  Chirayinkeezhu,  Neyyattinkara,  Nedumangadu, Varkala, and Kattakada. The district has three major rivers, several freshwater lakes, and more than 300 pounds. The eastern region is forested, northern regions are mostly under rubber cultivation and the remaining areas have mixed dry land crops of coconut, plantain, tapioca, etc. Thiruvananthapuram city and several other places in the district loom large in ancient tradition, folklore, and literature. The climate of Thiruvananthapuram district is generally hot tropical. The large forest reserves favorably affect the climate and induce rains. Cold weather is experienced in the mountain ranges, whereas lower down, the weather is bracing and is generally hot in the coastal regions.

Thiruvananthapuram District

Thiruvananthapuram District



According to the 2011 census Thiruvananthapuram district has a population of 3,307,284. Thiruvananthapuram has a sex ratio of 1088 females for every 1000 males, and a literacy rate of 92.66%. The economy of Thiruvananthapuram district mostly consists of tourism and leisure, information technology, agriculture, and education. The modern economy of Thiruvananthapuram is dependent on the media and IT sector. India's first animation park, The Kinfra Animation Park, is in the district. There are six taluks: Neyyattinkara, Thiruvananthapuram, Nedumangad,  Chirayinkeezhu, Varkala, and Kattakkada. There are 116 bridges in Thiruvananthapuram District with NH66 crossing the districts. The rail transport in the district is operated by Southern Railway zone of Indian Railways. Thiruvananthapuram is connected to the rest of the country by the broad gauge railway line. Malayalam is the mother tongue. Thiruvananthapuram city is more cosmopolitan, with people speaking languages like Malayalam, English,  Tamil, Hindi, Tulu, and a minor percentage speak Gujarati. Tourism has contributed heavily to the economy of Thiruvananthapuram. The entire tourism package such as hill stations, backwaters, beaches, lagoons, and wildlife sanctuaries are present in the district. Thiruvananthapuram district is a major academic hub. The University of Kerala is in Thiruvananthapuram city. There are 20 arts and sciences colleges in the district, and the strength of students is estimated to be 15,926. The University of Kerala has its research and higher-education centers at Kariavattom. Thiruvananthapuram Medical College, the premier health institute of the state is one of the finest in the country. It is being upgraded to the status of an All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). The College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram and Government Engineering College, Barton hill are the two main engineering colleges in Thiruvananthapuram.

Talukas in Thiruvananthapuram District


Thiruvananthapuram Neyyattinkara
Kattakkada Nedumangadu
Chirayinkeezhu (HO: Attingal) Varkala




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