Chekkulam is a small place in Kozhencherry, Pathanamthitta District, Kerala State, South India, India.
Chekkulam is situated about 2.5 km from Kozhencherry
. At the Chekkulam junction, there are few shops and one public library.
At present, Chekkulam has only one bus service in the morning and in evening.
Many people from Chekkulam are working abroad mainly in Middle East, Europe, USA, etc...
There is a library calls 'The National Library & Reading Room'. In associate with this library there is a National Arts and Sports club in Chekkulam with many active young members and many social services have been provided through this club.
There is a small ground for Chekkulam near the Chekkulam Marthoma Church. Cricket and volleyball are the main games played here.
The two major religions of Chekkulam are Christianity
. The largest sect of Christianity
are the Marthomites(http://www.marthomasyrianchurch.org/). A small church is the branch of the main Church, St.Thomas Mar Thoma Church
. About 50 families constitute the congregation. No tensions exist between the Christians and the Hindus in this region.