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Thiruvilwamala is a hilly village in the northern terrain of Thrissur district of Kerala state in southern India. It is located 47 kilometres towards north-east of the District Headquarters Thrissur.The village, which is more of a temple town, is located on the banks of the Bharathappuzha river, with nearest towns being chelakkara and Ottapalam and Shoranur. The place is famous for the Vilwadrinatha Temple, which is among the rare Sri Rama temples in Kerala. Even though people believe the deity as Lord Rama, actually it is of Lord Vishnu. There is another shrine for Lord Lakshmana, the younger brother of Lord Rama, inside the temple. Both the brothers have equal importance here. There are sub-shrines for Ganesha, Hanuman, Shiva, Parvati, Ayyappan and Serpent deities. Niramaala & Ekadashi are the famous festive events here.


No of Households-2929 Total Population Person-11793 Total Population Male-5636 Total Population Female- 6157 Population in the age group 0-6 Person-1144 Population in the age group 0-6 Male-592 Population in the age group 0-6 Female-552


It is situated 30km away from sub-district headquarter Wadakkanchery and 48km away from district headquarter Thrissur. As per 2009 stats, Thiruvilwamala village is also a gram panchayat. The total geographical area of village is 2061 hectares


Agriculture is the major source of income.


Wadakkanchery upland.


Famous Temple Sri. Villwadrinadan Shethram & Punarjani Caves Situated in This village.Thiruviwamala has many other temples of ancient years and more than four Shiva temples. Ivor Madom, the Krishna temple, is famous for the ceremonies performed in order to ensure peace after death.