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This article is about a place. For the poet, go to Vayalar Ramavarma

Vayalar (വയലാര്‍) is a village in Cherthala taluk, Alapuzha district, Kerala state, India.


Vayalar is 5 km from south kerala town, Cherthala. Vayalar is bounded on the east by the Vayalar kayal which is a part of the famous Vembanad backwaters. The Vayalar road connecting Vayalar with Cherthala is its life line. Vayalar is connected to NH 47 by another road.There are 2 lower primary schools and one high school in Vayalar. These are government schools.The high school is named after the Malayalam poet Vayalar Ramavarma who hails from this place. Vayalar North Lower Primary School is a government primary school located on the Ettupurackal road. Many people depend on schools in the Cherthala town and in nearby Pattanakkad for education.The main religion in this place is Hinduism followed by Islam and Christianity. The Shiva temple in Nagamkulangara is famous. Apart from that there are numerous smaller temples and a few mosques and churches. People of all religions live here in harmony.

The major livelihood of people here is coir making, fishing and shrimp farming. A large number of people work as skilled or unskilled labourers. These people find their employment in the coir industry, the construction industry, the sea food industry and various other businesses in nearby Cherthala and Cochin city.

The major landmark of Vayalar is the "Raktha Sakshi Mandapam"....
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