Welcome to the website that sheds some information about of Ranni, which is one of the most
beautiful villages in Kerala and comes under the jurisdiction of Pathanamthitta District.
This website provides useful and vital information on the
beautiful natural beauties, rivers, hills, forests and more.
Ranni can also be termed as an opening to the high ranges of
kerala. Ranni is also on its way to becoming a fast growing
tourist center in Kerala. With its typical scenic beauty and its
unique atmosphere, Ranni is one of the best places to see in
Kerala. This site also provides info on the major regions of
Ranni such as Angadi, Pazhavangadi,Thottamon, Aythala and more.
Ranni is also among one of the largest taluks in Kerala which
extends upto Sabarimala, which is 66 kms away. Ranni is also
blessed with a pleasant climate throughout the year. Ranni is
crowned with the the beautiful hill ranges on all sides which is
a great sight to behold. The holy river Pampa which flows
through Ranni adds a lot to its natural beauty.
The modern Ranni has an ancient history which dates back to the
15th century AD. One can also see some ancient Temples and
Churches in Ranni. Its believed the ancestors of the people in
Ranni belonged to places like Nilackal, Kanjirapally,
Kalliserry, Mannar, Tiruvalla etc. Hence Ranni has been a cradle
for various peoples from different community, religion, culture and background. Ranni is well connected to the other
nearby major cities by road. The major road passing through Ranni is
the Punalur - Muvattupuzha State Highway road. The two major Towns in Ranni are Ranni Town and Ittiyappara Town, which are separated by the famous Ranni Bridge crossing the Pamba river. The nearby cities
to Ranni are Erumely, Pathanamthitta and Kozhencherry which are 15, 16 and 14 kms away respectively.This site
would provide you with adequate informations regarding Ranni and
also about the major places, institutions, places of worship and
major leaders in the history of Ranni.
The grama panchayat of Ranni consists of constituencies such as Angadi, Ranni, Pazhavangadi, Seethathode, Chittar, Perinad, Vadasserikkara, Naranammoozhi and Vechoochira. The famous Hindu pilgrimage center of Sabarimala comes under Taluk and we can see a flood of devotees during the Sabarimala pilgrimage season which falls towards the end of evey year. Ranni also has a Sri Lankan settlement in the remote forest tracts of Gavi. Gavi has becomes yet another major tourist attraction near Ranni of late and a lot of people are coming to watch the majestic natural beauty of Gavi.
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