kodukulanji, Alappuzha (Alleppey), Kerala, India
Kodukulanji is a village 7 kms off chengannur in the kodukulanji - kollakadavu route to mavelikara.10 kms from mavelikara towards chengannur in the kollakadavu route.
It is located around 5 km north of the Achankovil River and 7 km south of the Pamba River.
Nearest railway station is Chengannur (7 km). Nearest Airport is Cochin (also known as Kochi) .
The village is predominantly Syrian Christian. Kodukulanji is one of the highest places in Alapuzha district. The village comes under two panchayats, Ala and Venmoney. The legislative constituency is Chengannur and parliamentary constituency is Mavelikara.
Kodukulanji is also famous for a 13th Century Ayyappa temple situated at a peak which is the highest in Alleppey.
The name Kodukulanji originated from two words "Kodu" which means "curves" and "kulanji" a tree which was once common in this place.
Kodukulanji is one of the highest places in Alapuzha District.
history of kodukulanji
Prakashagiri St Marys's orthodox church kodukulanji
CSI christ church established in 1842 by CSI missionaries.
Sree Dhrama sastha temple kuthiravattom build in 13th century AD
St thomas college of engineering and technology