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Maldives Perfect 4 Honeymoon

Maldives beaches, most of them untouched by human feet are a getaway unlike any beach destination. Imagine laying on the soft white sands with your partner, taking a dip in the azure coloured waters while completely alone on an entire island. The intimate setting that the country provides to couples makes a Maldives honeymoon different from any other. Without the hustle-bustle of distracting tourists, here you can truly enjoy not just the flawless beauty of nature but also each other’s undisturbed company especially on a romantic honeymoon. There are quite a few things to do in Maldives whether it is an exciting water-sport or a couple’s massage at an exotic spa.ooking for an exotic destination where you can completely unwind with your love? Maldives is an awesome place for newly-wed couples, who want to escape the hustle and bustle, and spend some romantic time with each other. The untouched white sandy beaches, sun-kissed islands, and the whole romantic setting is perfect for sweet and long evening strolls for couples. Maldives is not only abound in nature’s beauty, but also a less touristy destination where honeymooners can enjoy their holiday without any distractions. Maldives honeymoon packages offer exciting opportunities to couples to make their first getaway after marriage one of the most cherished moments of their life. Whether you want to enjoy couple’s massage in an exotic spa or you want to experience the thrills of adventure watersports, our honeymoon packages offers everything that can make your holiday in Maldives one of the most special memories of your life.


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Stop Fighting ..Start Listening

Want to stop fighting? Start listening. And we don't just mean listen to your fiance. Listen to yourself. What are you saying? Is it offensive? Degrading? You're clearly not hearing each other . Take a step back and tell your partner that you think you've made your point, but you want to make sure you understand their side of the story. When they've told you how they feel, repeat their sentiments in your own words. When you do this, you will see your partner visibly relax. They'll feel heard, and they might even feel like you agree. Don't rush to give your opinion again afterwards, they already know it. The most important thing,is that you come out of your discussion feeling heard and respected. Once you both feel that way, you can come to a solution that hopefully makes everyone comfortable.Know that you can't "win" a fight. Would you rather be right, or be happy? That's the question most of our experts asked us when we talked about the idea of winning a fight. Getting in the mind-set that you have to win and be right isn't productive for the big-picture of your relationship. When you're focused on who wins, one person has to lose, "No one likes to lose. What happens in that set-up is that instead of a solution, each person is preparing their strategy, thinking of their next point. It's not in the spirit of really trying to connect with the heart of your fiance and understand what they're really talking about."


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Couple Duties ..HaHa Ha !!!

1.Choose Decor Together—No one wants to live in a home that feels like someone else's, so make sure both of you are equally represented when it comes to how the place is decorated. 2. Cook for Each Other—It's not fun when only one person does all the cooking. Besides that person never getting a chance to simply enjoy a meal without doing all the work, think of all the different kinds of flavors both of you would be missing out on by eliminating a whole chef from the equation. 3. Keep Things Tidy—Back in your single days, a dirty clothes pile in the corner of the room was a-okay because no one was around to judge. But these days, your partner is not only going to judge but also be completely annoyed. 4. Split Cleaning Responsibilities—It's simply not fair to make someone do all the housework. Have a cleaning party together, then celebrate a spotless home with a much-deserved glass of wine. 5. Be Open About Annoyances—There are certain things that are going to bug your partner, and vice versa. Go in with the idea that both of you should feel free (and encouraged) to be open about what annoys you about the other person's living habits.


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Wedding Ring FINGER!

Wondering about the traditions behind the wedding ring finger, and whether or not to buck that custom and try something new? Here’s everything you need to know about how to wear your engagement, wedding or promise ring.Wedding rings are a sweet symbol of eternal love throughout history. "The circle symbolizes eternity, with no beginning or end. What most people don't know is that the hole in the center of the ring also has significance—it's not just space, but rather a gateway or door. When you give a woman a ring, it signifies immortal love." A bride and groom typically exchange rings during their wedding ceremony, placing the ring on each other's wedding ring finger—the fourth finger of the left hand—after saying their vows. There are no rules on which metal your wedding rings must be made of, or whether or not they should match. You can opt for simple bands or more elaborate ones with stones or designs. Some couples choose to have their wedding date or a romantic phrase inscribed in their bands. If you're planning your wedding and looking down at that sparkler, you're probably wondering how you'll wear your engagement ring on your wedding day. The first thing to note is that married people typically wear their wedding bands closer to their hearts—in other words, below the engagement ring. Probably the most popular way to swing this is to move your engagement ring to your right hand for your walk down the aisle. That way, your fiance can slide your wedding band onto your left hand, and you can then later place your engagement ring on top of it.


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Valentine'S Day after EngageD

February 14 gets that much sweeter after you've said yes..You're going to have a lifetime of Valentine's Days ahead, and your wedding is going to be the ultimate love fest. A great alternative is to celebrate with your ladies (or even have your bachelor party!) on Cupid's day. The great part is there's a ton of events going on that day, and there's no rule that says your date—or dates—can't be your bridesmaids!Grab your fiance and hit the town, visiting places from your love story (like your first-date location and the site of where you first said “I love you"). It's a sentimental touch, and you can also take a video to play at your engagement party, rehearsal dinner or even the wedding!


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Just Engaged | Things To DO | Crystalline Studio

Once the initial shock of being engaged wears off (and you take a second to peel your eyes away from that sparkly ring on your finger!), you'll need to make a lot of decisions. Here are the few important things you need to do to really kick off your wedding planning.The minute you get engaged, everyone will be asking for your wedding date. But in reality, you won't be able to set an exact date until other major decisions—like choosing (and booking) your venue—are made. So first, focus on determining a range of dates that'll work for you. The average engagement lasts 14 months, but also think about what season you'd prefer, any major holidays or family events you'd like to avoid conflicting with, and how long you predict you'll need to plan.Before you try on a single gown, book a band or sample a bite of cake, look at the big picture and imagine what kind of style and vibe you want to set for your wedding—and where you want to hold it. Close your eyes and picture your fantasy wedding. While you're picturing your perfect wedding, here are some key questions to consider: Big (everyone you know) or small (just close friends and family)? Outdoors or in? Home (one of your hometowns or your current city) or away (a destination wedding)? Modern, classic, romantic, vintage, rustic or all-out glam? Fancy, casual or somewhere in between? To help you get a better idea of what you want (and what you don't want), spend some time gathering inspiration. Check out magazines, books and real wedding photos online, but don't limit yourself to the obvious sources. Something as unlikely as a wallpaper pattern, a scene from a favorite movie, or a family heirloom can spark your creativity. Bottom line: Always keep your eyes open for inspiration.


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Wedding Fixing...That's Fun

Plan to have an engagement party two to four months after the marriage is fixed.Everyone who's invited to the engagement party should ultimately be invited to the wedding. Otherwise, guests might wonder what they did at the engagement party to insult you. That said, if you decide to host your own wedding and keep the list small but you want to throw an extravagant engagement party, go for it. Just be sure to let people know that the wedding will be small so no feelings will be hurt when guests aren't invited to the wedding. Consider what will make the in-laws most comfortable. Kerala wedding Photography | candid photography +919995469222 www.crystallinestudio.com #crystallinestudio #weddingphotography #postwedding #candidphotography #crystalline photography


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Wedding Ring Purchase Online

If you're set on getting a ring online, the most important thing to do is exercise caution while searching.If you're in doubt about buying online, we suggest you visit a jeweler in person. There's something about spending time with a professional who can walk you through your options and help you choose exactly the right ring, and being able to touch and feel the pieces you're considering, that really can't be replaced Kerala wedding Photography | candid photography +919995469222 www.crystallinestudio.com #crystallinestudio #weddingphotography #postwedding #candidphotography #crystalline photography


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Save the Date Trending | Right | Crystalline Studio

Save the date cards are very popular these days. Getting some simple and creative and colorful save the date card.From the first announcement of your wedding with beautiful save the dates to those heartfelt thank you notes for all the thoughtful wedding gifts; is here to help make your journey to wedded bliss absolutely effortless. Start by browsing through our selection of carefully curated wedding stationery essentials to find a design that’s right for you. With hundreds of wedding invitations, announcements, bridal shower invitations, coasters and gifts added each week; all of our collections are brimming with designs we know you'll love.Kerala wedding Photography | candid photography +919995469222 www.crystallinestudio.com #crystallinestudio #weddingphotography #postwedding #candidphotography #crystalline photography


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How about Budget Management

Sticking to your budget is one of the trickiest parts of planning a wedding — especially because there are so many hidden costs Put all your wedding money in one separate account, so you can easily track additions and withdrawals without getting it confused with the rest of your day-to-day funds. Congratulations! After the excitement settles, don't be overwhelmed by wedding budget dread. Take charge and make sure you have a clear idea of your wedding budget to ensure you get the most out of your big day.Once you have a good idea of the head count and date, snap up your wedding venue early.PLANNING YOUR WEDDING? START HERE... First off, sit down with your fiancé, or with your parents if they're going to contribute, and work out what you can afford to spend.To keep track of your big day spending, write down the estimated costs in a budget planner and then regularly review the costs as you confirm with suppliers to ensure you stay on track. Kerala wedding Photography | candid photography +919995469222 www.crystallinestudio.com #crystallinestudio #weddingphotography #postwedding #candidphotography #crystalline photography


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Tips for Wedding Planning

Prepare yourself mentally. Get into the right frame of mind. Be prepared to compromise. Enter into the planning of your wedding with an open mind and flexibility. You may have it all planned out in your mind but not keeping your ideas flexible will leave you frustrated and disappointed. Be ready to alter your ideas of what your dream wedding is. Not only will you need to be flexible with your planning but you need to be willing to make compromises financially. Don't try to over plan or be too controlling. Take everything with a grain of salt and a sense of humor. Decide on a budget and stick to it. This is the first step in planning any wedding but even more important when planning on a short time line. Because of the short time frame the money you spend won't be spread out over a year or two. You need to look at what funds you have to spend and be able to live and pay your bills. You may need to scale down the vision of your wedding. It's very easy to rely on credit but you need to seriously consider if entering into a marriage with enormous bills is a healthy start just to have an over the top wedding. No one wants to start a marriage in bankruptcy court. The number one reason for young marriages failing is financial stress. Keep your eye on the ball. Work with your partner to make a guest list. Determine how many people you can entertain with the budget and space you have available. As you proceed through the planning process, your guest list size may influence your destination choice, and likewise your destination choice may affect how many people you can invite. If you start getting an idea of guests together early, it will help you throughout the whole planning process. Start getting their addresses together, but don't worry about invitations until you're sure you want to invite (and can accommodate). Buy a wedding planner book or make your own. Make sure it has a calendar and pockets to store brochures and clippings. This helps you organize your ideas and helps you store contact information all in one place. Write down vendors you have talked to along with contact information and appointment dates and times. You can also add swatches of fabric and photos of flowers to show to your florist. Start planning as soon as you decide on a date! If you take care of everything in the beginning, you have more time to enjoy your engagement and more time to focus on the small, minor details (e.g. the font color of your invitations). Make a time line with a to-do list. The time line will differ depending on where you live and the bridal market. The time line could change drastically if you were planning your wedding for January or June. Most of the following steps need to be completed in the first month to month and a half to get the vendors (florist, photographers, dresses, etc.) booked or picked in time if you're in an average sized city. When planning something fast the bulk of the decisions are made in month one. You just spend the other months fine tuning and hoping the wheels don't come off the wagon. Consider a destination wedding. These are usually the easiest to do on short notice. All you need to do is show up, get married and have a great time. This may end up costing you less money in the long run. Weigh your options. Most resorts have everything in place and can schedule multiple events with no problem on short notice. The travel will help filter your guest list and you may find only your best friends and closest family will attend. This often combines the wedding, reception and honeymoon all into one for more savings. Flowers and a cake are often included in the cost. Consider a casual theme wedding. Have a great party instead of a formal affair. Be creative and try to plan something fun. Remember at the end of the day you're still married, so try not to be as stuffy with your wedding when you're short on time. Think out of the box and you'll save your sanity and have a more memorable wedding than your friends who planned twice as long and spent ten times as much. Kerala wedding Photography | candid photography +919995469222 www.crystallinestudio.com #crystallinestudio #weddingphotography #postwedding #candidphotography #crystalline photography


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Crytsalline Event Management

Crystalline combine imagination with experience to create and deliver our customer's expectations. Our local and international experience enables us to rise to any challenge to deliver the best service possible. We believe that there is no better business referral than that given by a satisfied customer.We promise to incorporate originality and creativity to enhance the event experience, and create inspiring, exhilarating celebration.NO EVENT IS TOO BIG OR SMALL FOR OUR STAFF AS WE ARE EXPERIENCED IN ALL GENRES OF EVENTS. The wedding event is considered as an auspicious moment in anyone's life. To make this event more special and memorable, we provide highly reliable wedding management services. Our extensive wedding management service leaves an unforgettable impact to our clients. Our events are well known for its reliable wedding management services in India. The extensive wedding event management services include: Invitation cards selection and design Artist Management Menu Selection Venue Selection Wedding Planning Shadow Services Stage decoration Theme decoration Floral decoration Car decoration Wedding decoration Cultural or entertainment events arrangement Professional photography & Cinematography Sounds and lighting coordination Catering Services & a lot more. Crystalline Events is dedicated to creating unique, fun and personalized weddings. We believe that celebrations should reflect the tastes and personality of the couple, so let us be the best friend that holds your hand through this exciting time. We will help you make the right decisions to fit your budget. Wishes and desires are the most important and we strive to make them our Morality! Our event promises its customer's uniqueness, convenience and value for money during planning, coordinating and executing wedding requirements. Kerala wedding Photography | candid photography +919995469222 www.crystallinestudio.com #crystallinestudio #weddingphotography #postwedding #candidphotography #crystalline photography


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wedding photography in Trivandrum

Trivandrum is a beautiful city.Trivandrum (Thiruvanathapuram) is the famous historical place in INDIA. Because the Sreepadmanabha Swami temple situated in the heart of the city – Trivandrum Wedding Photography. Here, we’re lucky to capture the special wedding moments in this trivandrum city. Wedding Photography in Trivandrum is getting trended. Kerala is a place which teems with a myriad of talented photographers. Be that as it may, finding decent wedding photographers in Trivandrum is an unenviable task that not many in the state would like to seriously take up. In order to give an insight into the type work we produce, you merely need an insight into the long array of projects we have handled.We are the best wedding photographers in Trivandrum. We provide our services in the area of Trivandrum wedding photography.Contact us to get best wedding photographers in Trivandrum


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Wedding in Kerala -India

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Wedding in Kerala -India

We do wedding videography service and photography places in various parts of Kerala like Abdu Rahiman Nagar, Adat, Adichanalloor, Adinad, Adoor, Aimanam, Ajanur, Akathiyoor, Ala, Alamcode, Alamcode, Alangad, Alappuzha, Alathur, Alur, Aluva, Amballur, Amballur, Ancharakandy (Anjarakkandy), Angamaly, Anjur, Anthicad (Anthikad), Ariyallur, Arookutty, Aroor, Athirampuzha, Athiyannur, Atholi, Attingal, Avanur, Avinissery, Ayancheri, Ayanivelikulangara, Azhikode North, Azhikode South, Azhiyur, Azhoor, Balusseri (Balussery), Bangra Manjeshwar, Bare, Beypore, Bharanikkavu, Brahmakulam, Chala, Chalakudy, Changanassery, Chavakkad, Chavara, Chekkiad, Chelakkara, Chelamattom, Chelambra (Idimuzhikkal), Chelannur, Cheleri, Chelora, Chemancheri, Chemnad, Chendamangalam, Chendrappini, Chengala, Chengalam South, Chengamanad, Chengannur, Chennithala, Cheppad, Cheranallur, Cheriyamundam (Ceriyamundam), Cherpu, Cherthala, Cherukavu, Cherukunnu, Cheruthazham, Cheruthuruthi, Cheruvannur, Chethipuzha, Chevvoor, Chingoli, Chirakkal, Chiramanangad (Chermanangad), Chiranellur, Chittanda, Chittilappilly, Chittur-Thathamangalam, Chockli, Choolissery, Choondal, Choornikkara, Chorode, Chowwara, Desamangalam, Dharmadom, Edacheri, Edakkalathur, Edakkazhiyur, Edakkode, Edappal (Edapal), Edathala, Edathirinji, Edathiruthy, Edavilangu, Elamkunnapuzha, Elampalloor, Elavally, Elayavoor, Eloor, Enkakkad, Eramala, Eramalloor, Eranellur, Eranholi, Erattupetta, Eravattur, Eravu, Eruvatti (Eruvatty), Ettumanoor, Eyyal, Ezhome, Ezhupunna, Feroke, Guruvayoor (Guruvayur), Haripad, Hemambikanagar, Hosabettu, Irikkur, Irimbiliyam, Iringal, Iringaprom, Irinjalakuda, Iriveri, Iroopara, Kadachira, Kadamakkudy, Kadannappalli, Kadavallur, Kadikkad, Kadirur, Kadungalloor, Kainoor, Kaipamangalam, Kaiparamba, Kakkanad, Kakkodi, Kalady, Kalady, Kalamassery, Kallelibhagom, Kallettumkara, Kalliasseri, Kalliyoor, Kallur Thekkummuri, Kallur Vadakkummuri, Kalpetta, Kanayannur, Kandalloor, Kandamkunnu, Kandanassery, Kanhangad, Kanhirode, Kaniyarkode, Kanjikkuzhi, Kanjiramkulam, Kannadiparamba, Kannamangalam, Kannamangalam, Kannapuram, Kannur, Kannur Cantonment, Karakulam, Karamuck, Karikkad, Karivellur, Kariyannur, Karthikappally, Karumalloor, Karunagappally (Karunagappalli), Karuvanthuruthy, Kasaragod, Kattakampal, Kattanam, Kattipparuthi (Kattipparutti), Kattur (Kattoor), Kayamkulam, Keekan, Keerikkad, Keezhallur, Keezhariyur, Keezhattingal, Killannur, Kizhakkumbhagom, Kizhakkummuri, Kizhuparamba, Kizhuppillikkara, Kizhuvalam-Koonthalloor, Kochi [Cochin], Kodamthuruth, Kodannur, Kodungallur, Kodur, Koduvayur, Koipady, Kokkothamangalam, Kolacherry, Kolavelloor, Kolazhy, Kollam, Komalapuram, Kondotty, Koodali, Koothali, Koothuparamba (Kuthuparamba), Koottilangadi, Koovappady, Koratty, Kothamangalam, Kottakkal, Kottamkara, Kottappally, Kottappuram, Kottarakkara, Kottayam, Kottayam-Malabar, Kottuvally, Kozhenchery (Kozhencherry), Kozhikode [Calicut], Kozhukkallur, Kozhukkully, Krishnapuram, Kudappanakkunnu, Kudlu, Kulasekharapuram, Kulathummal, Kumaranellur, Kumarapuram, Kumbalam, Kumbalangy, Kunhimangalam, Kunjathur, Kunnamangalam, Kunnamkulam, Kunnathunad, Kunnummal, Kurattissery, Kureekkad, Kurichikkara, Kurumathur, Kurumpilavu, Kuruvattur, Kuthiathode, Kuttiattoor, Kuttikkattoor, Kuttippuram, Kuttoor, Madathumpady, Madayi, Madayikonam, Madhur, Malappuram, Malayinkeezhu, Manakkody, Manakunnam, Manalur (Manaloor), Manantheri, Manavalassery, Mangalpady, Mangattidam, Maniyat, Maniyoor, Maniyur, Manjeri, Manjeshwar, Mannanchery (Mannancherry), Mannar, Mannarkad-I, Maradu, Marampilly, Marancheri (Maranchery), Marathakkara, Marutharode, Mattannur (Mattanur), Mattoor, Mavelikkara, Mavilayi, Mavoor, Mayyanad, Mayyil, Meenad, Menhaniam, Meppayyur (Meppayur), Methala, Minalur, Mogral, Mokeri, Moonniyur (Thalappara), Moothakunnam, Muhamma, Mulamthuruthy (Mulanthuruthy), Mulavukad, Mullassery, Mundathikode, Munderi, Muringur Vadakkummuri, Muthukulam, Muthuthala, Muvattupuzha, Muzhappilangad, Nadapuram, Nadathara, Naduvannur, Naduvattom, Nanmanda, Nannambra, Narath, Nattakam, Nedumangad, Nedumbassery, Nedumpana, Nedumpura, Neduva, Nelluwaya, Nenmenikkara, New Mahe, Neyyattinkara, Nilambur, Njarackal, North Thrikkaripur, Oachira, Olavanna, Ongallur-I, Ongallur-II, Oorakam, Orumanayur, Othukkungal, Ottappalam (Ottapalam), Padiyam, Padiyur, Paduvilayi, Paippad, Palai, Palakkad, Palayad, Palissery, Pallichal, Pallikal, Pallikkara, Pallikkunnu, Pallippuram, Pallippuram, Pallippuram, Paluvai, Panachikkad, Panangad, Panangad, Panayam, Panmana, Panniyannur, Panoor, Pantheeramkavu, Pappinisseri, Pappinivattom, Parakkad, Paralam, Parappukkara, Parappur, Parassala, Parasuvaikkal, Paravoor (Paravur), Paravur, Pariyaram (Pilathara), Pathanamthitta, Pathirappally, Pathiriyad, Pathiyoor, Pattambi, Pattiom, Pavaratty, Payyannur (Payyanur), Pazhanji, Perakam, Peralassery (Peralasseri), Peramangalam, Perinad, Peringandoor, Peringathur, Perinjanam, Perinthalmanna (Perintalmanna), Perole, Perumanna, Perumanna, Perumbaikad, Perumbavoor, Perumbavoor, Peruvallur, Peruvayal, Pilicode, Pinarayi, Pirayiri, Ponmundam, Ponnani, Pookode, Poolacode, Poomangalam, Poothakkulam, Porathissery, Porkulam, Pottore, Poyya, Pudussery Central, Pudussery West, Pullur, Punalur, Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, Puranattukara, Puthencruz, Puthenvelikkara, Puthukkad, Puthunagaram, Puthuppally, Puthuppally, Puthuppariyaram, Puthur, Puthur, Puthuvype, Puzhakkal, Puzhathi, Quilandy (Koyilandy), Ramanattukara, Shiribagilu, Shiriya, Shoranur, South Thrikkaripur, Sreekaryam, Talakkad, Talikkulam (Thalikulam), Taliparamba, Tanalur, Thaikattussery, Thaikkad, Thalakkulathur, Thalassery, Thangalur, Thanneermukkam (Thanneermukkom), Thanniyam, Thazhakara, Thazhecode, Thazhuthala, Thekkumbhagom, Thekkumkara, Thenhippalam (Chelari), Thennala (Tennala), Thikkody (Thikkodi), Thirumittacode-II, Thirunavaya (Tirunavaya), Thiruvalla (Tiruvalla), Thiruvananthapuram [Trivandrum], Thiruvankulam, Thodiyoor, Thodupuzha, Tholur, Thottada, Thrikkadavoor, Thrikkaruva, Thrikkodithanam, Thrikkovilvattom, Thrippunithura, Thrissur, Thrithala, Thuneri, Thurayur, Tirur, Tirurangadi, Trikkur, Triprangode, Udma, Uliyazhathura, Ulliyeri, Uppala, Urakam, Vadakara (Vatakara), Vadakkekad, Vadakkekara, Vadakkumbhagom, Vadakkumkara, Vadakkummuri, Vadakkumthala, Vadama, Vadanappally, Vaikom, Vakkom, Valapattanam, Valayam, Vallachira, Vaniyamkulam- II, Varam, Varappuzha, Varkala, Vattappara, Vattiyoorkavu, Vayalar, Vazhakkala, Vazhakulam, Vazhayur, Veiloor, Vellanikkara, Vellookkara, Velloorkunnam, Velur, Veluthur, Venganoor, Vengara, Venginissery, Vengola, Venkitangu, Venmanad, Vijayapuram, Vilappil, Vilavoorkkal, Villiappally, Vylathur, Wadakkanchery (Wadakkancherry),