Andoor

Andoor
ആണ്ടൂര്‍
ആണ്ടൂര്‍
village
Andoor
Andoor
Location in Kerala, India

Coordinates: 9°44′15.39″N 76°37′18.81″E / 9.7376083°N 76.6218917°E / 9.7376083; 76.6218917Coordinates: 9°44′15.39″N 76°37′18.81″E / 9.7376083°N 76.6218917°E / 9.7376083; 76.6218917

Country  India
State Kerala
District Kottayam
Government
 • Body Marangattupilly Panchayath
Elevation 40 m (130 ft)
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 686635
Telephone code +91-482-2-25xxxx
Vehicle registration KL-35 (PALA )and KL-5 (KOTTAYAM)
Nearest city Pala
Sex ratio 1000/1025 /
Literacy 96%%
Lok Sabha constituency Kottayam
Civic agency Marangattupilly Panchayath
Climate Tropical (Köppen)

Andoor is a village in the Kottayam district of Kerala, India. The village is located approximately 9 km north-west of Palai on the road towards Kuravilangad.

Andoor is part of Marangattupilly Gram panchayat of Uzhavoor Block Panchayati raj. Administratively Andoor is part of Kurichithanam revenue village of Meenachil Thalook. Andoor also belongs the Kaduthurithy Legislative constituency and Kottayam Loksabha.

The village has many paddy fields and small rivers, and has stops for local buses and auto-rickshaws. Most of the people depend on agriculture, with rice, rubber, coconut among the main crops.

Government Hospital (Ayurvedic) Marangattupilly

Government Ayurvedic Hospital, located near to Andoor Junction. Government Nursing college, located near to Andoor Junction.

Nearest Places

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