About Thrissur


To learn about Thrissur city situated in the state of Kerala, it is necessary to read the age old history and study the geography of the region. A geographical study of the region reveals the demographic and topographical features of the region of Thrissur.

History of Thrissur reveals that the region has been a witness to the reign of various powerful emperors of South India. The region has been a seat of administration of the Sakthan Thampuran, who was one of the most influential kings of the region. A strict administrator, Sakthan Thampuran contributed to the progress of the city of Thrissur.

The city of Thrissur is populated by the people of various religious communities who coexist in the city in great harmony. The people of the city of Thrissur converse in the languages of Malayalam, Tamil, English and Hindi.

The true representatives of the culture of South India, the people of the city of Thrissur drape themselves in the traditional Indian attire and lead a simplistic lifestyle.

The city has a very high rate of literacy. To provide adequate job opportunities to the people of Thrissur, the government has developed the infrastructure of the city.

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Last Updated on 20 September 2011

     


     

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