Places to visit in Kerala
Adoor, sometimes spelled Adur is a major municipal town in the Pathanamthitta district in Kerala State. Adoor is one of the two Revenue Divisions of the Pathanamthitta District. Adoor Revenue Division incorporates Kozhencherry Pathanamthitta, Konni, and Adoor Thaluks. Adoor Thaluk incorporates two Municipal Towns Adoor and Pandalam. Adoor was already in the Kollam District. The region is situated between the significant urban areas of Trivandrum and Kochi in south Kerala.
Adoor is a piece of the Pathanamthitta District and is a noteworthy town in Central Travancore. Topographically it is arranged among Thiruvananthapuram and Ernakulam. Before the arrangement of the Pathanamthitta area in 1982, Adoor was in the Kollam region. Adoor's Assembly Constituency is a piece of the recently shaped Pathanamthitta Loksabha Constituency. Later it was in Adoor loksabha body electorate itself. Hindus are the dominant part in Adoor while Christians are additionally great in number. Muslims are similarly less.
There are a few spots of love here which demonstrates the religious success. Individuals having a place with all areas appreciates religious concordance and common collaborations exists between them. Mannadi, arranged in Adoor, is the place Velu Thampi Dalawa, the eminent opportunity warrior of Travancore and diwan title, diwan of Travancore Princely State, spent his last days. An authentic exhibition hall, a statue of Veluthampi Dalawa and an outdoors theater are the real attractions here. The yearly sanctuary celebration is held from February to March.