This place was under the administration of Travancore. Pathanamthitta consists of 1 District council, eight Block Panchayats, and fifty three Gram Panchayats. According to the Parliamentary and Assembly body Ordinance, 2008, Pathanamthitta has 5 assembly constituencies, that has been reduced to eight. 1982. To the north are the Changanassery and Kanjirappally taluks of Kottayam district, Peerumade taluk of Idukki district, Tamilnadu state to the east, Kunnathoor to Pathanapuram to the south, Kottarakkara talukas of Kollam district, Mavelikkara and Kuttanadu talukas of Chengoor and Alappuzha district to the west. 652/83 / RD dated Gregorian calendar month nine, 1983, informs the taluks and divisional boundaries of the Pathanamthitta district and consequently, the Pathanamthitta district in its initial stages contains 5 taluks, Thiruvalla, Mallapally, Ranni and Koshencherry. Thiruvalla Taluk, that was a complete transfer of eighteen villages, was restructured to incorporate solely nine villages. It can be assumed that the areas under the Pandalam were now under the rule of the Pandalam kingdom. The period of time of the district is unclear. It dominated over the southeastern a part of Thiruvalla within the former Alape district, with its headquarters in South Travancore. Christianity had taken a strong turn in the district since the middle of the first century. Thomas, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ, came to Mallungara and founded seven churches on the Malabar Coast, one of which is under construction. From the ninth to the twelfth century, the Tiruvalla Taluk of the then Alleppey district was a part of the Nantu Jainad, that later united with Odanad and later South. Velu Thampi Dalawa has determined to not surrender to the Mannadi of Kadambanadu village within the gift Adoor Taluk. A student strike came about in 1922, that sparked enthusiasm and enthusiasm among the liberty fighters. K.