Trivandrum is known for having been a state capital since 1795 when King Marthanda Varma had made it the capital of the princely state of Thiruvithamkoor. With the coming of independence, the tradition continued and Trivandrum is still a state capital. This has also meant that this city and all its neighborhoods are accordingly well-established with excellent infrastructure and endowed with a beautiful blend of urban facilities and verdant nature.
Here’s some more information about Sreekaryam:
Sreekaryam is on the northern limits of the city, being around 7-8km away, with areas like Ulloor, Akkulam, Anayara, Ambalamukku, Pattom, Palayam, Kowdiar, etc., being along the way.
Sreekaryam is well-connected to the rest of the city and Kerala and beyond, by virtue of a good network of well-maintained roads in this neighborhood, and a good network of city buses, as well as easy connectivity to the central railway station, bus station and the international airport.
This part of the city is well-known as being an educational hub. Premier educational schools and colleges can be found within and around this locality, including CET, Mar Ivanios College, Kerala University, Gregorian College, Sree Narayana College, Loyola College, etc.
With lifestyles changes, there is a greater demand for high-end shopping complexes and multi-cuisines eateries, and Sreekaryam doesn’t disappoint in this end either. This neighborhood is highly popular for its eateries and café options, especially among the younger generation. The nearby Nilgiris Supermarket and Max shopping center caters to the shopping needs of even the fussiest shoppers!
The health needs of residents of Sreekaryam are well-taken of too, with a number of hospitals and clinics existing within the neighborhood to cater to the wellbeing of the people.
Religious and Cultural Diversity
The people of Sreekaryam are warm and welcoming, being a culturally diverse community that pays homage to festivals and celebrations of different religions in complete harmony. You can find churches, mosques and temples, all existing in peaceful harmony here.
Sreekaryam has much to offer sore eyes, as it offers a touch of verdant greenery to eyes starved of nature. For those wanting to commune with Mother Nature, you will find lush parks and open green spaces here, including the tranquil Sreekaryam Botanic Gardens!