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Kunnumpuram Junction, Elanad Junction, Banglaw Padi Junction
Elanad is a village in Chelakkara Thrissur district in the state of Kerala, India.
As of 2011 India census,. Elanad had a population of 11,376 . Elanad Vela is a temple festival usually held in February. The oldest church of Elanad is St. Mary's Orthodox Syrian Church.
The predominant occupation in Elanad is agriculture and related activities. The primary economy is agriculture. The terrain is slightly hilly with highly verdant forests and rubber plantations. This place falls under the Chelakkara Assembly Constituency. There is a waterfalls named Mannathipara.St Johns High School
Sanjos Central School
Holy Family Nursery School
Kaliaroad Jaram School
Akshara Education centre
Elanad Vela (February)
Kalia Road Nercha (February/March) [Kalia Road Nercha is a well-known festival in Kerala. It is an example for community friendship. One hundred or more elephants participate in this festival. Kalia Road is 4 km from Elanad centre.]
Narikundu Nercha (January month)
Pulipuram Ayyappan Vilaaku (December 10)
St Mary's Orthodox Palliperunal (April 24)
Mar Ignathiyos Orma Perunal(January 7 & 8)
Vennur Mundiyan Kavu Vela ( February)
St. Mary's Orthodox Syrian Church
St. Ann's R.C. Church,
Mor Ignatious Eliyas Simhasana Church (Simhasana Palli),
St. Joseph's Malankara Church,
Indian Pentecostal Church,
Indian Pentecostal Church (God),
St. George Jacobite Church,
Thendankavil Bhaghavathi Temple,
Pulipuram Ayyappan Temple,
Kottaram Bhaghavathi Temple,
Kizhakkumuri Siva Temple,
Vennur Mundiyankavu Bhaghavathi Temple.
State Bank of Travancore,
Pazhayannur Cooperative Society Bank,
Elanad Multi-Purpose Cooperative Society.
BSNL Exchange,(New sim, Plan change, New Broadband Connection etc available in Exchange) VFPCK (Vegetable and Fruit Promotion Council Kerala) Centre, public library, village office,panchayth,government dispensarie,homeo hospital, Among the festivals, the Kodakkadi Muthi Vela is also important. The Mundiyan Kavu, Narikundu Jaaram, various churches etc. are symbols of communal harmony the people have been maintaining for years together. All the festivals of the Village are actively participated by one and all irrespective of religious differentiations.