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Different classes of bus services are available from Trichy to Kottayam. There are AC and non AC buses plying from Trichy to Kottayam. Trichy to Kottayam route has a lot of scenic beauties and is a visual treat to the eyes. There are many testimonials saying the road trip was a lot more enjoyable than any other travel medium.

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About Trichy

Trichy also referred as Tiruchirappalli and often nicknamed as Tiruchi is one of the urban and well-developed cities of Indian state Tamil Nadu. Ruled by different dynasties in ancient times, Trichy still beholds the richness of culture and charming ambience. Trichy is well connected to its neighboring cities and states through all major modes of transportation including road, rail and airways. Trichy bus timings and routes are operated and managed by the state transport corporation. NH45, NH67, NH210 and NH227 connect Tiruchi bus routes. Trichy to Chennai, Trichy to Bangalore, Trichy to Madurai, and Trichy to Munnar etc. are few of the most popular Trichy bus routes.

About Kottayam

Kottayam is one of the major cities in Kerala. It is an important trading centre of spices and commercial crops, particularly rubber. Kottayam is situated in the basins of the Meenachil River and the Vembanad backwaters. The name Kottayam was derived from the words kotta (fort) and akam (inside), which together means "the inside of the fort". It is home to the print media of Kerala, and pioneer in modern education. Kottayam is the first municipality to attain cent percent literacy in India. The city is popularly called "Akshara Nagari (City of Alphabets) due to its contributions to Malayalam print media and literature. Kottayam played its part in the social and national movements for the uplift of people. The famous Vaikom Satyagraha in 1924 against untouchability led by Mahatma Gandhi took place in Vaikom near Kottayam. It marked the revival of the social and economic status of the depressed classes.

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