Chengannur is a city town in the Alappuzha locale of the province of Kerala in South India. Chengannur is situated in the outrageous eastern piece of Alappuzha locale, on the banks of Pamba River. It is 117 kilometers 73 mi north of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram on the MC Road. Chengannur is associated with Kollam and Kottayam by NH 220. Chengannur is likewise a noteworthy goal of Sabarimala travelers known as the Gateway of Sabarimala. The adjacent metropolitan towns are Pandalam and Adoor toward the south, Mavelikkara toward the west, Aranmula, Kozhencherry and Pathanamthitta toward the east and Tiruvalla toward the north.
The taluk includes towns, for example, Kurattissery, Mannar, Ennakkad, Pandanad, Thiruvanvandoor, Chengannur, Mulakuzha, Ala, Puliyoor, Cheriyanad, Budhanoor and Venmony. As of the 2001 Indian enumeration, Chengannur Taluk had a populace of 125,391. Guys constitute 48% of the populace and females 52%. 9% of the populace is under 6 years old. Individuals of maturity contains 34%. The social foundation of Chengannur starts from the time of Royal run the show. Chengannur was a piece of Vanjippuzha Principality which was under the lead of Travancore. Chengannur town is in the banks of Holy stream Pamba which impacted the way of life of this town. There are many "Chundan Vallam" Snake pontoons partaking in Aranmula Boat Race hails from Chengannur and adjacent territories.