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Thiruvananthapuram District is the southernmost district ofthecoastal state of Kerala . It is the largest city in Kerala. Itcameinto existence in the year 1957. The headquarters is the cityofThiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum) which is also the capital cityofKerala.[1] The district has an area of 2,192 square kilometres(846sq mi) and a population of 3,307,284 (as per the 2011census),[2]the second-most populous district in Kerala afterMalappuramdistrict.[3] It is the densest district in Kerala with1,509inhabitants per square kilometre (3,910/sq mi).[4] It isdividedinto six taluks: Thiruvananthapuram, Chirayinkeezhu,Neyyattinkara,Nedumangadu, Varkala and Kattakada. The urban bodiesin thedistrict are the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation,Varkala,Neyyattinkara, Attingal and Nedumangadmunicipalities.[5]Thiruvananthapuram district is situated betweennorth latitudes8°17' and 8°54' and east longitudes 76°41' and77°17'. Thesouthern-most extremity, Kaliyikkavila, is 56 kilometres(35 mi)away from Kanyakumari, the "Land's End of mainlandIndia."[6] Thedistrict is 33.75% urbanised.[7] The district hasthree majorrivers, several freshwater lakes and more than 300ponds. Theeastern region is forested, northern regions are mostlyunderrubber cultivation and the remaining areas have mixed drylandcrops of coconut, plantain, tapioca, etc. Built up areas andricefields complete the land use

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