Thiruvananthapuram, often known by its colonial name ‘Trivandrum’, is the capital of Kerala. This brisk-urban city is located over the total area of 2,192 sq.km of the west coast of India near the extreme south of the mainland. It is beautifully encircled by the cerulean seas, gleaming beaches, misty mountains, and boundless greenery. The city unswervingly delights everyone with its unique architectural marvels, magnificent temples, Victorian art galleries, historic museums, entertaining film festivals and warm hospitality. Talk of urbanization, the city has grabbed a place in the list of top tier-II Indian cities to dwell in, as per the ‘Times of India’ survey.
Theology and Culture
The rich cultural heritage is the essence of Thiruvananthapuram- the land which gave birth to the golden artists namely, Maharaja Swathi Thirunal (Carnatic Music Composer), Raja Ravi Varma (Painter), Kumaran Asan (Malayalam Poet), Kanayi Kunjiraman (Sculptor) and the likes. The inhabitants, majorly speaking Malayalam, Tamil and English, exhibit a keen fondness for the traditional music, dance and art forms. Truly, this city is the core of cultural activities of Kerala! The city is the host of several religions owing to the bountiful of temples situated here. The grand celebrations of Onam, Nishagandhi Dance Festival, Attukal Pongala, Chandanakudam Mahostsavam and the Village Fair in Thiruvananthapuram are beyond match. Also, the locals and the tourists take great delight in the Keralite cuisines, which are characterized by the flavors of coconut and spices.
Markets And Shopping Complexes
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