Pandalam is a municipal city in Kerala, India. Among the fastest developing cities, Pandalam is considered a holy metropolis because of its connection with Lord Ayyappa and Sabarimala. It is also a renowned educational and health care centre in primary Travancore. Rightly recognized as the instructional and cultural headquarters of Central Travancore, Pandalam hosts instructional institutions starting from reputed colleges to put up graduate, schooling, ayurveda, and engineering faculties. There are seven faculties and 23 colleges at Pandalam, which include N. S. S. College, Pandalam.
The Kerala kingdom authorities plans to make the location a special Township, by way of consisting of the Pandalam municipality and Kulanada panchayat. The centuries-old Kurunthottayam market now referred to as the Pandalam market is considered one of the largest agricultural markets in crucial Travancore. Kerala's widest suspension bridge changed into built in Pandalam over the Achankovil river. The bridge is 70 metres long and 2.5 metres huge.
There are numerous devotional locations at Pandalam. The most well-known are Valiyakoikkal Temple, Mahadeva Temple, Pattupurakkavu Bhagavathi Temple, Thumpamon Vadakkumnatha Temple, Kadakkad Sree Bhadrakali Temple, Thattayil Orippurathu Bhagavathi Temple, Kadakkad Juma Masjid, Thumpamon St. Mary's Orthodox Cathedral, Cherickal Juma Masjid St. Bursouma's Orthodox Church, St Thomas Orthodox Church and St Peter's malankara Catholic Church.