Geography of Thrissur


Geography of Thrissur reveals the topographic features of the region in south India. The city covers a total area of 3,032 square kilometers and is dominated by forest region.
To know about Thrissur, it is also important to study the demography of the region which is also an important component in the study of the geographical features of the city.

The city of Thrissur is situated in the geographical coordinates of 10 degrees 32 minutes north latitude and 76 degrees 15 minutes east longitude. The city is located in the state of Kerala in the Deccan region of India. The thick growth of natural vegetation spreads over a sprawling area of 103,610 hectare.

Thrissur receives a generous amount of the monsoonal rainfall. The recorded annual rainfall of Thrissur is 3500 mm. There is no distinct variation in the temperature of the region. The average summer temperature records a maximum of 35 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 22.5 degrees Celsius. The winter temperature records a maximum of 32.3 degrees Celsius and a minimum of 20 degrees Celsius.

Thrissur is fairly populated by people who speak the languages of Malayalam, Tamil, Hindi and English. The total population of the region has been estimated as 29, 75,440. The region also records a high literacy rate of 92.56 percent.

The following is the link to the climate of Thrissur:


Last Updated on 03/06/2013

     


     

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