Eravinalloor is a village in Kottayam district of Kerala state, India. It is situated 9 km from Kottayam town at 9.33º North and 76.33º East. The village is near Puthuppally and situated on the banks of the Kodoor River.
The small island-like village is surrounded by water. It is connected to the mainland by four bridges: the Puthuppally bridge to Puthuppally, the Eravinalloor bridge to Thrikkothamangalam, the Parakkalkadavu bridge to Kollad, and the Panachikkad bridge to Panachikkad.
The village has three temples of the deities, Subramanya Swamy, Bhadra Kali and Lord Krishna. The Subramanya Swamy Temple has a circular sanctum sanctorum (Sreekovil) which is unusual for the Dravidian style of temple archiecture. Thaipooyam is the important festival of the temple and is celebrated in January each year. The famous Panachikad Temple is situated 2.5 km away from Eravinalloor. This is known as "dakshina mookambika". This is a famous saraswathi temple, and navarathri is famous utsav here. Lot of children are starting the "vidyarambham" here. Devi is in a Pond which is surrounded by a plant and this temple is very famous in Southern part of Kerala.