is a village in Thiruvananthapuram
The term “navaya” means “the place where Vedic scriptures are taught”. Therefore, it is believed that Navaikulam was an ancient center of excellence and wisdom. The Sankaranarayana temple is situated here.
The Sankaranarayana temple at Navaikulam in Chirayinkil Taluk of Trivandrum district is located by the side of NH 47 from Trivandrum to Kollam, between Kallambalam and Paripalli (about 45 km north of Trivandrum). Set amidst a vast campus, the temple enshrines the syncretic image of Sankaranarayana, whose left half shows the attributes of Vishnu and the right half that of Siva. It is a famous pilgrim center in Thiruvananthapuram district. Near the temple there is a big pond.
Govt, HSS navaikulam
It is a school in the Attingal education district. Approximately
2000 students are enrolled in the school, which is staffed by around 80 teachers. The library in the school has an amazing collection of books. Proper lab facilities are available. In sports and arts, this school is number one in the Attingal education district.
Vivekodayam Grandhasala is a leading library in 28th Mile,Navaikulam, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. This cultural institution was established in 1950. Vivekodayam Library is affiliated to the Kerala State Library Council. As per Library council norms, this library is Grade-A, which is the highest in the hierarchical scale to grade the libraries under the Kerala State Library Council. The Vivekodayam library holds a very large collection of books on almost all subjects. The library has played a vital role in the educational and cultural development of Navaikulam village.
Valiya kulam(The big pond)
It is a beautiful pond with pure water near to the Sankaranarayna temple. It reveals the beauty of the God's own land Navaikulam. We can feel the real beauty of the nature here. If any one get a chance to visit Kerela then don't miss this beautiful village Navaikulam.
by Akhil RV