Thrissur People


Thrissur people are the citizens of the state of Kerala in which the city of Thrissur is located.
The city is a witness to the amalgamation of different religious communities like the Christians, Muslims and the followers of the Hindu religion who live in peaceful harmony in the city of Thrissur.

There is a high literacy rate among the people of Thrissur. The government claims that it has achieved 92.56 % literacy in the region of Thrissur. The city maintains a low margin of difference between the male and the female literates.

The people of Thrissur are conversant in more than three languages. The people in the city of Thrissur converse in Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi and English language. Draped in the traditional wear, the Thrissur people are the true representatives of the culture of South India.



Last Updated on 20 September 2011

     


     

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