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Karumadikkuttan is the nickname of a Buddha statue found in Karumady near Alappuzha, Kerala, India. The name literally means boy from Karumady. This 3 feet tall, black granite statue, believed to be old as 9th to 14th century, was abandoned for centuries in a nearby stream named "Karumady thodu". Later in 1930s, Sir Robert Bristow, a colonial British engineer found the statue, and did appropriate actions to protect it. Currently the statue is under the protection of Kerala state government. Left side of the statue is missing. The statue is a subject of historical debate as the reason for its partial destruction is still elusive.

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Karumady village office

Karumady village officen is situated near karumady bridge, east of T S canal. It was inaugrated on 12/07/1987 by hon. Revenue minister Sri P.S Sreenivasan , MLA Sri V Dinakaran and District Collector Sri K.B.A Hameed IAS were present on the occasion.

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