Synonyms for thodiyoor or Related words with thodiyoor

kadannappally              kottuvally              eramam              kinanoor              kothur              pudukadai              payyavoor              chemancheri              thandarampattu              rayavaram              padiyur              karuppur              poduru              thazhuthala              muthuvalloor              pathiriyad              ramanthali              jaspur              harpanahalli              pullur              karambakudi              bhimpur              siruvachur              kuruppath              edarikode              bailahongal              dhamaura              alengad              choornikkara              wadakkancheri              vairavanpatti              karisalkulam              devgaon              kottamkara              namagiripettai              nedumpana              dharampuri              melakkal              kothapeta              nedungulam              chincholi              kurunthancode              chintapalle              sidlaghatta              gopavaram              shankarpur              kozhukkallur              holalkere              muragachha              guledgudda             



Examples of "thodiyoor"
http://www.census2011.co.in/data/town/628366-thodiyoor-kerala.html
India census, Thodiyoor had a population of 23123 with 11244 males and 11879 females. The famous temple Malumel Sree Bhagavathi is located in this village.
Its western border is separated by Pallikkal River from Thodiyoor panchayath. Mynagappally panchayat shares its southern border with Thevalakkara Panchayat, its North side with Sooranad panchayat and east side with Sasthamcotta panchayat.Bus facilities are also available here. The road joining Karunagappally and Sasthamkotta pass through Mynagappally.
The metropolitan area, constituted on the basis of 2011 census data, consists of Kollam Municipal Corporation (Quilon), 2 municipalities, 22 Panchayaths and parts of 2 Panchayaths. The two municipalities are Paravur and Karunagappalli. The 21 Panchayaths are Adichanalloor, Adinad, Ayanivelikulangara, Chavara, Elampalloor, Kallelibhagom, Kottamkara, Kulasekharapuram, Mayyanad, Meenad, Nedumpana, Oachira, Panayam, Panmana, Perinad, Poothakkulam, Thazhuthala, Thodiyoor, Thrikkaruva, Thrikkovilvattom, and Vadakkumthala. Outgrowth of Neendakara, Eravipuram and Thrikkadavoor panchayaths are also included in the Kollam Metropolitan Area.
The Kollam Urban Agglomeration (UA) is the 6th most populous UA in the state. Kollam is placed 49th in the list of most populous urban agglomerations in India. The total urban population of the entire district is . The metropolitan area of Kollam includes Adichanalloor, Adinad, Ayanivelikulangara, Chavara, Elampalloor, Eravipuram (part), Chengamanadau, Karunagappally, Kollam, Kottamkara, Kulasekharapuram, Mayyanad, Meenad, Nedumpana, Neendakara, Oachira, Panayam, Panmana, Paravur, Perinad, Poothakkulam, Thazhuthala, Thodiyoor, Thrikkadavoor, Thrikkaruva, Thrikkovilvattom, and Vadakkumthala
With a total urban population of 1,187,158 and 349,033 as city corporation's population, Kollam is the fourth most populous city in the state and 49th on the list of the most populous urban agglomerations in India. the city's urban growth rate of 154.59% was the second highest in the state. The Metropolitan area of Kollam includes Uliyakovil, Adichanalloor, Adinad, Ayanivelikulangara, Chavara, Elampalloor, Eravipuram (Part), Kallelibhagom, Karunagappally, Kollam, Kottamkara, Kulasekharapuram, Mayyanad, Meenad, Nedumpana, Neendakara, Oachira, Panayam, Panmana, Paravur, Perinad, Poothakkulam, Thazhuthala, Thodiyoor, Thrikkadavoor, Thrikkaruva, Thrikkovilvattom, and Vadakkumthala.
Karunagappalli, also written as Karunagappally (Malayalam: കരുനാഗപ്പള്ളി), is a municipality in Kollam district of Kerala, India. Karunagappalli is situated 27 km north of Kollam and 60 km south of Alappuzha. Karunagappalli taluk consist of Alappad, Ochira, Adinad, Karunagappally, Thazhava, Pavumba, Thodiyoor, Kallalibhagom, Thevalakkara, Chavara, Neendakara, Clappana, Kulasekharapuram, Thekkumbhagam, Ayanivelikulangara, Panmana and Vadakumthala. The Municipality is bound on the north by Kayamkulam, east by Kunnathur taluk, south by Kollam and on the west by the Arabian Sea.It is the major town other than kollam and most developing place in the district
The initial functioning of the college was from temporary premises in three rooms of at a hall in Karunagappally town. Later it is shifted to a government godown in Karunagappally. The college was officially inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Kerala E. K. Nayanar, two years after its establishment, on 4 February 2001. The college moved to a permanent campus in 2006 at Thodiyoor Gramapanchayathu, with the foundation stone of the administrative block laid by Minister of Education Nalakath Soopy on 12 February 2004 in the presence of Rajan Babu MLA.
With a total urban population of 1,187,158 and 349,033 as city corporation's population, Kollam is the fourth most populous city in the state and 49th on the list of the most populous urban agglomerations in India. the city's urban growth rate of 154.59% was the second highest in the state. The Metropolitan area of Kollam includes Uliyakovil, Adichanalloor, Adinad, Ayanivelikulangara, Chavara, Elampalloor, Eravipuram (Part), Kallelibhagom, Karunagappally, Kollam, Kottamkara, Kulasekharapuram, Mayyanad, Meenad, Nedumpana, Neendakara, Oachira, Panayam, Panmana, Paravur, Perinad, Poothakkulam, Thazhuthala, Thodiyoor, Thrikkadavoor, Thrikkaruva, Thrikkovilvattom, and Vadakkumthala.