Kochi – Messyduniya

About Kochi

Temples & Religious Places Crops Offices & Industries Schools Colleges Festivals Places Around Transportation Facts Important Contacts Temples & Religious Places 1. Thrikkakara Temple Address: Cochin, Pukkattupady Road, Thrikkakara, Edappally, Kochi, Kerala 682021 It is the center of celebrations and place of origin for the popular Onam festival of Kerala. The temple is around two millennia old. It is also listed as one of the 108 Divya Desams (divine places). 2. Cochin Thirumala Devaswom Address: Cherlai, Mattancherry, Kochi, Kerala 682002 Phone: 0484 222 5459 The temple is situated at Cherlai in the heart of Mattancherry town in Cochin area which is one of the earliest settlements of GSBs in Kerala. The temple was established in the later half of 16th

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Kochi

OverviewCultureLanguageClimateOverview Kochi is a major port city on the south-west coast of India bordering the Laccadive Sea. It is also called the Queen of the Arabian Sea. Kochi is known as the financial, commercial and industrial capital of Kerala. It is the home to Southern Naval Command of the Indian Navy and the state headquarters Culture readMoreArgs[1] = {"type":"button","expm-title":"","button-width":"100px","button-height":"32px","animation-duration":"500","font-size":"14px","yrm-btn-hover-animate":"","yrm-btn-font-weight":"normal","yrm-animate-easings":"swing","moreName":"Read more","lessName":"Read less"}; yrmAddEvent(window,'load',function(){ var obj = new YrmClassic(); obj.id = 1; obj.init(); }); .yrm-cntent-1 { padding: 0px; } Kochi has a diverse, multicultural, and secular community consisting of Malayalis, Konkanis, Gujaratis, Bengalis, Marathis, Punjabis, Tamilians, kannadigas, Biharias, Anglo-Indians and a few families of Jews among other denominations, all living in peaceful co-existence.  The city once had a large Jewish community, known Read more