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Neelamperur village office

Neelamperoor is a village in the Alappuzha district. Major portion of the village is covered by backwaters, lakes and paddy fields. The landmark for this place is The Neelamperoor Palli Bhagavathi Temple, which is renowned for the famous festival "Pooram Padayani", held every year after onam festival that attracts huge crowds from different walks of life. It is an important place for the Knanaya Christian community and a church named St. George Knanaya Church is built for its believers. The church was 175 years old. Karunattuvala, a locality near Neelamperoor, acted as a main trade centre in the olden times. Karunattuvala is the connecting place to main land Kottayam in olden days land transport was up to Karunattuvala only after that people used to depend on back water transport only. In older days the place belongs to Changanacherry taluk and later annexed to Kuttanadu taluk.The village office stared functioning in the present building on 16th May 1989.

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