Lord Krishna is worshipped widely in all parts of Kerala, Guruvayur being one of the most famous temples in the state. Malayali Hindus also worship Bhagavathi as a form of Shakti. Almost every village in Kerala has its own local guardian deity, usually a goddess.

Which district is Devikulam?

Idukki District
Devikulam, Devikulam Taluk. Panchayat, Idukki District, Kerala, India | Kerala Tourism.

How many villages are there in Devikulam Taluk?

Devikulam taluk has 13 villages: Anaviratty, Kannan Devan Hills, Kanthalloor, Keezhanthoor, Kottakamboor, Kunchithanny, Mankulam, Mannamkandam, Marayoor, Munnar, Pallivasal, Vattavada and Vellathuval.

Which religion is more in Idukki?

Religions in Idukki district (2011)
Religion Percent
Hinduism 48.86%
Christianity 43.42%
Islam 7.41%
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Which is the God’s own district in Kerala?

The northernmost district of Kerala, Kasaragod is famous for its handlooms and its 293 kilometre long coastline. With its cultural uniqueness, the place is known as the land of gods.

Who is the MLA of Devikulam?

Raja is an Indian politician serving as the MLA of Devikulam Constituency since May 2021.

Which is the No 1 district in Kerala?

Districts of Kerala
# District Population
1 Malappuram 4,112,920
2 Thiruvananthapuram 3,301,427
3 Ernakulam 3,282,388
4 Thrissur 3,121,200
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Which is Kerala biggest taluk?

It was the largest Taluk in Malabar District.
Eranad Ernad
State Kerala
District Malappuram
Taluk Headquarters Manjeri
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Where do most Muslims live in Kerala?

Rowthers: The Muslim community originated in Tamilakam. Mainly they settled in Trivandrum, Alapuzha, Kochi, kottayam, kollam, Idukki, Pathanamthitta, Pandalam, Palakkad regions in kerala.

Which is the richest religion in Kerala?

Hinduism (54.72%)
Islam (26.56%)
Christianity (18.38%)
Other or No religion (0.33%)


Muslim Population in Districts of Kerala
District Name Total Population Muslim Percentage
Kottayam 1974551 6.41
Kozhikode 3086293 39.24
Malappuram 4112920 70.24
Palakkad 2809934 28.93
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