Alleppey is the headquarters of Alappuzha district of Kerala. Alappuzha is one in all the fourteen districts of the state of Kerala, India. The normal monthly temperature is 27C. The Lakadive ocean, on the western aspect of Alappuzha, is limited. Agricultural activities revolve around Kuttanad, the rice-rich state of Kerala. The district is thought because of the ancient home of the fiber trade in Kerala. Though the present city owes its name to Dewan Rajasekhavadas in the second half of the 18th century, the Alappuzha district accounts for the district literature. 2. Features of the place "The land between the sea and the network of flowing rivers". Thus Alappuzha district comprises six taluks, namely, Cherthala, Ambalappuzha, Kuttanad, Karthikapally, Chengannur and Mavelikkara. The historical struggles of Punnapra and Vayalar in 1946 stiffened the attitude of the people against the Diwan Sir CP Ramaswamy Iyer of Travancore, which led to his exit from the political scene in Travancore. The district was constituted as a separate administrative unit on August 17, 1957. The role of Veluthimbidalava in the development of Alappuzha is worth noting. .