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Rent a Car in Piravom

Kottayam Cars is a premium car rental service (Rent a Car) based in Kerala. Rent a Car in Piravom with Kottayam Cars, booking Rent a Car in Kerala without driver is very simple and fast. NRIs who plan on making trips to Kerala can pre-book automatic, manual transmission car of their choice, specify the duration they need it for and the location they need it to be delivered to. When the NRI lands in Kerala, the car will be delivered at the Airport or the location of their preference at the time specified.

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Piravom – Wiki

Piravom is a municipality situated in Muvattupuzha Taluk of Ernakulam district in Kerala state, south India. It is 33 km South East of Ernakulam city & 39 km north of Kottayam town. Piravom is famous for historic Hindu temples and Syrian Christian churches. The town lies 20 km from the Taluka Headquarters Muvattupuzha. Piravom is located at the boundary between two districts,Ernakulam and Kottayam.

Pazhoor Padippura located in Piravom is referred in the Aithihyamala by Kottarathil Sankunni. Still people from all over the state and country visit the astrologers in Pazhoor padipura. Piravom Valiya Pally which is one of the most ancient churches in Kerala stands on a hilltop on the eastern bank of the Muvattupuzha river at Piravom.

Piravom has a river-front, verdant hills, and paddy fields. The Muvattupuzha river flows through the town. The Hindustan News Print Limited (HNL) is situated in Velloor, near Piravom. The panchayat had been a municipality for a brief period of about two years before it was reverted to a special grade panchayat in 1992 due to the tax rate and some other reason. The Kerala government elevated Piravom panchayat into a municipality again in 2015.

The state government and the GCDA have plans to include Mala and Kodungallur in Thrissur district, Angamaly, Perumbavoor, Piravom and Kolenchery in Ernakulam district, Thalayolaparambu and Vaikom in Kottayam and Cherthala in Alappuzha district within Kochi metropolitan limits. The newly formed metropolis would be put under the charge of a new authority called Kochi Metropolitan Regional Development Authority.

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