Edayar is a small village of Koothattukulam panchyat in Ernakulam district and located at a distance of 5 km from Koothattukulam town and 6 km from Piravom in Kerala, India.
The name ''Edayar'' came from two words in Malayalam. "''Eda''" in Malayalam means in-between and "''Aar''" means a small river. A small stream which is part of a tributary to Periyar River is passing through this village. This water stream was the life line of this small village. The water from this stream was used for agriculture and all other domestic uses by the villagers.
The main occupation of the people is agriculture. Rubber, Coconut, vegetables, Pineapple and Paddy are the main crops cultivated in the village. Meats products of India ((MPI) ) which a public sector unit is situated in this village.
The village has a primary school (L.P.S. Edayar) which is run by the State Government of Kerala, and an upper primary school (Jawahar U.P.S.), under private ownership are the only educational institutions in the village. The villages depend on St. Johns High School, Vadakara and Govt. High School Namakuzhy situated at a distance of about 3 km from the village for their children's high school education. These two high schools uses both Malayalam and English as the medium of education. People are depend on nearby towns and cities for their higher education. In spite of that short comings the people of this village are fully literate. Perhaps every house in the village can proudly say that there is at least one graduate in every family.
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