Udayamperoor Police Station

0484- 2794089 siudmprekm.pol@kerala.gov.in

Jurisdiction Boundary of Udayamperoor Police

Udayamperoor is a small town situated in Ernakulam district, Kerala, in India. It is 18 km from Ernakulam, on the Ernakulam - Vaikom road. The town is famous for the festivals organized every year in the temples and churches. The Synod Church of Udayamperoor in memorial to the Diamper Synod is more than 400 years old. The Vembanad backwaters, called kaithapuzha kayal in these parts, provide a natural boundary to the geography

Udayamperoor Police Station was formed as per G.O(Rt)1760/06/Home Dt. 02.08.06 and started functioning on 28.08.06. Station inaugurated by Sri. Kodiyeri Balakrishnan, Hon. Home Minister of Kerala and it situated at South Paravoor in Manakunnam Village and functioning in a rented building .The Police Station started functioning in the new station building as per GO No: Rt no:3841/2012 and inaugurated on 26.02.2013 by Sri: Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan, Hon'ble Home Minister of Kerala. Area of the station consists of Manakunnam Village with an extend of 10 cent. The Police Station is situated approximately 50 meters away from Vaikom Thripunithura Road – Udayamperoor Kavala .

Jurisdiction Details

Panchayath  - Udayamperoor
Village - Manakkunnam
Taluk- Kanayannur

Border Police Stations

EKM Rural Limit, Hill Palace PS, Kottayam Limit

Jurisdictional Courts

Parliament constituency and Legislative Assembly

Government Institutions

Important Hospitals

PHC Poothotta,

PHC  PKMC Udayamperoor

Educational Institutions

There are 14 Schools and one Law College Puthenkavu and One Arts and Since College Puthenkavu is functioning in Udayamperoor Police Station Jurisdiction. 06 Numbers of Government Offices are functioning in the Police Station limit.
*KPMHS Poothotta
*SN Public School Poothotta
*SNDP H SS Nadakavu
*St Mary’s Kandanad
*Holy Ghost Girls HSS, Muttuchira &
*Prabath Public School

Banks and Financial Institutions


Important Worship Places

Ameda Temple

Ameda Temple is Second Mannnarsala in Kerala. Every land has got its own unique story of origin and history to narrate to the generations passing by. For Kerala it is the axe of Lord Parasurama, one of the many incarnations of Maha Vishnu, retrieved land from sea. After the retrieval, he consecrated many temples at different parts, in consonance with the significance and holiness of each place. One among them is Ameda Temple, grace fully located on the banks ofVembanad Lake, in Tripunithura – Vaikom. route, 20Kms south of Ernakulam. The sanctum sanctorum is dedicated to Sapthamathrukkal, viz: Veerabhadran, Ganapathy, Brahmani, Maheshwari, Kowmari, Vaishnavi, Varahi, Indrani and Chamundi.The shrines dedicated to Nagaraja and Nagayakshi are located North West and North East respectively. Towards North one can see the shrine of Sree Maha Vishnu.The temple is owned and managed by Ameda Mangalam family. Ameda Temple, Udayamperoor P.O., Tripunithura Via, Emakulam Ph: 0484 – 2792028, 2792031, 2792182.

Sunahados Church

Udayamperoor SUNHADOS CHURCH is known as the Synod of Diamper, held at Udayamperoor (called Diamper in non-vernacular sources), was a diocesan synod or council that laid down rules and regulations for the ancient Saint Thomas Christians of the Malabar Coast (modern Kerala state), India, formally uniting them with the Roman Catholic Church. It was convened on 20 June 1599, under the leadership of Aleixo de Menezes, Archbishop of Goa. Archdeacon George of the Cross was forced to comply with the wishes of the Archbishop of Goa. This separated the Saint Thomas Christians from the Mesopotamian Church and subjected them directly to the Latin Archbishopric of Goa. The Archbishopric of Angamaly was downgraded to a bishopric under Goa in 1600 AD. Portuguese Padroado rule was thus imposed and the bishops for Saint Thomas Christians were appointed by Portuguese Padroado. is located at Vaikom Thripunithura Road.

Ekadasi Perumthrikkovil Temple

The very famous Perumthrikkovil temple is believed to be one of the 108 Shiva temples built by Parashurama, is located at Vaikom Thripunithura Road.
There are 22 temples and 11 churches is situated in Udayamperoor Police station Limit. Among these Ameda Temple, Perumthrikovil temple and Sunhados Church are Main worship places and large number of devotees visited these worship places.

Important Festivals

Ameda Ayillam at Ameda Temple, Ekadasi Ulsavam at Perumthrikovil and Nadakavu Fire Works at Nadakavu Bhagavathy are considered as famous festival in Kerala.


Projects through the Police Station


Women Help Desk

Woman Help Desk is functioning properly exclusively for women.

General Information