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|• Official||Malayalam, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Aranmula|
The following villages form a part of Maramon 1)Nedumprayar 2)Chettimukku 3)Chalaikara 4)Thottapuzhassery.
The T.K.Road ( Thiruvalla-Pathanamthitta-Kumbazha Road / SH - 07 ) connects the town to other major towns. The nearest Railway station is Chengannur (14 km). The nearest airport is Cochin International Airport and Trivandrum airport.
Christian Cultural CenterEdit
The town Maramon is generally recognized as center of Christian culture and influence in India. Among the churches in Maramon include the Maramon Marthoma Church, St. Mary's Orthodox Syrian Church ( also known as Maramon Marthamariam Pazhaya Suriyani Palli), St. Joseph Catholic Church, and a few others. Maramon is also famous as the birthplace of 'Palakkunnathu' Abraham Malpan (Malpan means teacher), leader of the reformation in the Syrian Church of Malabar in the 19th century. The Mar Thoma Sabha is headed by Most Rev Philipose Mar Chrisostem Marthoma Metropolitan and Most Rev Joseph Marthoma Metropolitan.
Maramon is not only renowned for Christian congregation,but also for banks of river Pamba,witnessing Aranmula Snake boat race.
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Maramon marthoma church. Chettimukku Devi Temple. Kozhenchery bridge. Nedumprayar town.Thottapuzhassery.
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