Welcome to Mala in Thrissur, Kerala!

Mala, often known as Mala Thrissur, is a growing town located in the southern part of Thrissur district in Kerala state, India. It is also known as Mala Trichur or Thrissur Mala or Trichur Mala.

Happy Onam Mala Thrissur

ONAM, The Great Festival of Malayalees

Onam is one of the greatest festivals of Kerala that binds the people who belongs to Kerala regardless of all the differences. It is the festival, which the Keralites celebrates unitedly without the difference of caste, creed or religion. Onam is a celebration of Ten days. It comes in the month of "Chingam" according to Malayalam calender.

Image of Mala Carmel College for women, Mala Trissur Kerala

Carmel College Mala (Woman's College Mala), a first grade college for women under Calicut University stands nestled in an idyllic locale - walkable distance to Mala town - established in 1981 by CMC (Congregation of the Mother of Carmel) Sisters with innumerable support of well wishers.

Mala tourism

Mala enchanted by different rivers, backwaters, small hills and its green palms swaying in the wind and rich paddy fields offers an ideal spot for any tourist. The pilgrim centers, monuments, goddess nature and the must see spots fulfill your eagerness finding new shore in tourism.

Famous Backwaters In Kerala
The backwaters of Kerala – meandering inland lakes networked by canals, innumerable lagoons, lakes, and estuaries stretch to over 900 km. Boat trips across these tranquil stretches are an experience unique to Kerala. Large Kettuvalloms (traditional country crafts over 60ft. in length) have been converted into luxury houseboats for these cruises.
Mala Govt. ITI, Kuruvilassery, Thrissur

Govt. ITI Mala Thrissur was established in 1983 aiming to impart skilled personnel in the various industrial trades. Mala ITI is situated at Kuruvilassery, a nearby village of Mala Thrissur. ITI Mala is one of the leading ITIs in Kerala and now it has been recognized as centre of excellence.

Mala St. Thomas Church Ambazhakkadu

The St.Thomas Church of Ambazhakkadu had centuries old background as it was built in 300 AD. It was the fulfillment of a cherished dream of a group of people inspired by St.Thomas.

The place in which the church now stands was donated by a "Namboothiri" (Brahmin) of Ambazhakkadu Mana hence it got it's name "Ambazhakkadu". This itself shows the unity and mutual understanding that prevailed among different castes in the ancient period.

Holy Grace Academy Mala Kerala (Holy Grace CBSE School Mala) - The School with A Difference

Holy Grace school situates outskirts of Mala town, in Thrissur district, Kerala. The Management of Holy Grace Academy Valiyaparmbu Mala claims it is "the School with a difference". In-fact one who realize the differences shown in the past we admire and appreciate them because of their performances. When they started Holy Grace Academy, their philosophy was new to the village people, now follows many.

Holy Grace Engineering college for women, Mala, Trichur, Kerala

Holy Grace Women's Engineering College was started in 2010 as the third prestigious educational venture by Holy Grace Foundation Mala. Holy Grace Women's Engineering College is located just 2.5 km away from Mala Town which is the border place of Thrissur - Ernakulum district. The location is equidistant to the cultural capital of Kerala Thrissur and the commercial capital Kochi.

Kuzhikkattussery Pilgrim centre, Blessed Mariam Thresia, Kundai, kuzhikkattussery, Thrissur District, Kerala

"In everything, sacrifice your selfishness" BI. Mariam Thresia.

Mariam Thresia Chiramel Mankidiyan (1876-1926), was called during the first half of her life simply Thresia, the name given to her at baptism on 3 May 1876.

Since 1904 she wanted to be called Mariam Thresia as she believed that she was asked to add "Mariam" to her name by the Blessed Virgin Mary in a vision. She did so. And it was as Mariam Thresia that she was professed in 1914, the foundress and first member of the Congregation of the Holy Family.

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