It is located in the Periyar river (Parna River) in Ernakulam district of Kerala. , It is said that in ancient times, the place was known as Perum Pavoor and gradually became Perumbavoor because the whole area was a wasteland. Boys High School is one of the earliest schools in the state. The main headquarters of the city is at the intersection of Aluva - Munnar Road and Main Central Road. The main headquarters of the city is at the intersection of Aluva - Munnar Road and Main Central Road. The nearest places to Perumbavoor are Aluva in the west, Kalady in the north, Muvattupuzha in the south and Kothamangalam in the east. The municipality was established in 1936. P. The name Perumbavoor comes from Perumbavoor, where 'Peram' means 'Big' and 'Orr' means 'place'. The Perumbavoor Shri Dharmastra Temple, the Chelamattam Temple, the Alpara Kavu and the Dhanvantari Temple are some of the shrines dedicated to the Hindu religion. .