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Village : Amboori

Block : Perumkadavila

District : Thiruvananthapuram

State : Kerala

Country : India

Continent : Asia

About village :

Good Samaritan Hospital, Amboori,Trivandrum, Kerala Pin:695505
Written by : mathew , Posting id :13533 , Date : 2010/11/26-01:24:55 CDT , Report

RV Hotel

Sanjo Bakery

Sunny Fancy Store

Powathil Hardware

Odalani Glass & Hardware, Thuruthel Building

Written by : Mathew , Posting id :13536 , Date : 2010/11/26-01:32:10 CDT , Report

St. Thomas Auditorium
Written by : Mathew , Posting id :13537 , Date : 2010/11/26-01:35:01 CDT , Report

The Federal Bank ATM, Amboori
Written by : mathew , Posting id :13535 , Date : 2010/11/26-01:28:31 CDT , Report

History :

Amboori was inhabited by members of the Kanikar tribe since time immemorial. After Second World War the princely state of Travancore experienced severe famine, so the Raja of Travancore allowed Nasranis of Pala and Kottayam to settle in uncultivated Western Ghats ranges. That resulted large scale migration to tribal areas and alineation of tribal land. An early settlement of Christians was in Pantha, located north of Amboori, near Mayam. The St. Mary\'s Church of Mayam was the first Roman Catholic church in the area. St.Mary\'s School, Mayam was the first primary School in the area. Later during the construction of Neyyar Reservoir, the people of Pantha, mostly Christians, Pulayas and Parayas were forced to resettle. Most of them resettled in Amboori. In 1947 twenty-five families of the Central Travencore Christians led by Nadack Varkey, Thadickattil Mani etc. made their way into the hills of what was to be called Amboori. The people found their way to the hill on which Amboory resides by carrying their possessions almost 12 km beyond Panachamoodu, the last point then served by public transportation.

The first three years was rife with hardship for Amboorians as they fought malaria and wild animals. Many lost their lives but could not be cared for or buried properly. In 1950 another fifty more families from Palai, Changanachery, Thodupuzha, and Chengannorr ventured to Amboory to make their homes there. Nadacka, Mathilakathu, Anchupankil, Mayladur, Vettukallel, Elamthuruthy, are some of the main families in Amboori.

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Temple / Church / Mosque/ Gurdwara :

St. George Forane Church, Amboori

Lord Shiva Temple, Amboori
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Contact Details :

binu abraham contact details needed

Studied in Mar Ivaniose college 1985-86 (preedegree)
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Hotels :

want to find hotels in amboori
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