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Tiruvalla is a city and also the headquarters of the Taluk of same name located in Pathanamthitta district in the State of Kerala in South India. The Municipal city is spread over a zone of 27.94 km2, it is the greatest business focus in the region of Pathanamthitta. It lies on the banks of the waterways Manimala and Pamba, and is a land-bolted area encompassed by inundating streams and streams. Tiruvalla is viewed as the "social capital of Central Travancore", and furthermore called "Place where there is non inhabitant Indians".
Tiruvalla is additionally renowned for the move of Kathakali, which is facilitated in the Sreevallabha sanctuary relatively ordinary in multi year. Tiruvalla is on the western outskirt of Pathanamthitta area. The civil town limits are Thirumoolapuram, Kattod, Kaviyoor, Kuttoor, Kuttapuzha and Mepral. Previously, a few regions of present Changanacherry were parts of Tiruvalla taluk. Presently the limits of the taluk are Varattar Bridge in the south, Parumala in the south west, Lappalam in the north, Maramon in the east and Neerattupuram in the west, arranged in Alappuzha region. Maramon is the last purpose of Tiruvalla in the east, and it is in the Thottapuzhassery panchayat. Kottayam, Kollam, Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi are the closest real urban areas.