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Trivandrum Dental Center

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Dr Feminath's Ananthapuri Super Specialty Dental Clinic 


Ananthapuri Super Speciality Dental Clinic located at Vattiyoorkavu  in Thiruvananthapuram is one of the most sought after clinics in the city offering patient friendly services. Its Director, Dr Feminath B. D. S, M. D. S is a renowned endodontist. An alumnus of Govt. Dental College, Thiruvananthapuram, he is currently working as Assistant Professor, Sree Sankara Dental College, Thiruvananthapuram, Dr. Feminath has successfully performed more than 20,000 single visit root canal treatments and pioneered the art of acupressure technique which makes the procedure completely painless.

The Dental Clinic provides total dental care in an infection free environment at world class standards. Experienced and skilled doctors facilitate quality dental care with the help of state-of-the-art equipments at their disposal at the clinic. Highly sophisticated modern facilities like Digital X-ray, Zoom Advanced Tooth Whitening System, Intra Oral Camera, Ultrasonic Cleaner, Ultraviolet Cabinet etc help to ensure international standards The focus of the clinic is to provide unique dental care procedures at affordable costs.

The clinic boasts of the presence of eminent dental specialists from different spheres of dentistry with the proven competency and expertise in their respective fields. The group of doctors includes senior professors and specialists.






Dental treatments are often associated with painful injections and drills. Put aside those fears. We welcome you to an entirely new world of painless dentistry with the magic of acupressure technique. Acupressure (a blend of acupuncture and pressure) is a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) technique derived from acupuncture. In acupressure physical pressure is applied to acupuncture points by the hand, elbow or with various devices. Neuroimaging research suggests that certain acupuncture points have distinct effects that are otherwise unpredictable.

Dr. Feminath is skilled in identifying neural pressure points which blocks the sensation of pain thereby making injections go unnoticed. Acupressure technique makes root canal treatment a completely painless procedure.

Meet our Doctors. 


Dr. Feminath G BDS, MDS 
He is a postgraduate in Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics from Govt. Dental College, Trivandrum. He has expertise in smile designing and cosmetic dentistry. He has successfully performed more than 20,000 single visit root canal treatments and pioneered the art of acupressure technique which makes even the painful injections go unnoticed. He has several published papers to his credit. He is currently Assistant Professor in Sree Sankara Dental College, Trivandrum.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon and Implantologist 
Dr. Mathew Jose BDS, MDS, MOSRCS (Edinburgh, UK) 
He is a postgraduate in Maxillofacial surgery and Implantology from Govt. Dental College, Trivandrum. He is a member of Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, UK. He is currently Professor in Sree Mookambika Institure of Dental Sciences, Tamil Nadu.

Child Dental Specialist
Dr. Chintu BDS MDS
He is a postgraduate in Paediatric and Preventive Dentistry from Govt. Dental College Trivandrum. He has more than 8 years experience in the field of Paediatric Dentistry. He has popularized Orthodontics for children as young as 6 years of age. He believes in a psychological approach to children’s problems with minimal use of injections, general anesthesia and antibiotics. He is also an expert in the management of dental trauma and cosmetic problems in children as well as management of handicapped children. He has several national and international publications to his credit and is currently Assistant Professor at Sree Mookambika Institute of Medical Sciences, Tamil Nadu.

Dr. Deepu Leander, BDS MDS
He is a postgraduate in Dentofacial Orthopaedics from Govt Dental College , Trivandrum. He is a practitioner with extensive training in Orthodontics. He is working as asst. professor in PMS college, Trivandrum.


Dr Arun Sadasivan BDS, MDS
He is a postgraduate who has specialized in diseases of the gum and its treatment from Govt. Dental College, Trivandrum. He has been in the field for the past 8 years and has many published research papers to his credit. He is currently Assistant Professor at Sree Mookambika Institute of Medical Sciences, Tamil Nadu, India.

Dr Shibu BDS MDS
He is a post graduate in the field of Prosthodontics from Meenakshi Ammal Dental College, Tamil Nadu, India. He is currently Assistant Professor in Azeezia Dental College, Kollam, Kerala.

General dental surgeon
Dr. Visakh S BDS
He is a graduate from Rajas Dental College, Tamil Nadu. With an experience of over 10 years in the field of General Dentistry.

Dr Prasanth S BDS
He graduated from AME Dental College, Raichur, Tamil Nadu. He has been working as a General Practitioner for the past 5 years.







Kerala Backwaters

Kerala Backwaters

"If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water."
-Loran Eisely

Backwaters in Kerala – one of the 1001 best attractions of the world – take you to a world of serenity and natural beauty. On a backwater tour in Kerala, one can actually enjoy the soothing sound of water rippling alongside the houseboat, while drifting on the waterways. The green countryside, swaying palm trees, emerald rice fields and children waving from the banks of the backwaters of Kerala seem to be quite pleasant.

Scenic Beauty

The backwaters, a distinctive feature of Kerala, are popularly known as 'kayals' in Malayalam. These are basically the wide network of canals, lakes, lagoons and rivers extending erratically along the coastal regions. Nearly 44 rivers cross through Kerala – forty one being west-flowing and three east-flowing.

These backwaters facilitate an incessant network of inland communication, due to their linkage with numerous canals, via motor boats, cruise or canoes throughout the year. Especially, cruising through the backwaters in a traditional Kettuvallom or houseboat makes one feel elated. The backwaters of Kerala, extending to over 900 km approximately, take you to a paradise where land, sea and sky come together in a union of elements.

Popular Kerala Backwater Destinations

The largest backwater is the 205 sq. km. Vembanad Lake, which connects to the Arabian Sea at Kochi Port. Apart from this, the eight hour long journey by boat between Kollam to Alappuzha is the best ever and the most enthralling experience of vacationing in the lap of the backwaters of Kerala. Places like Kumarakom, Trivandrum and Kochi also draw many tourists in the charm of backwater cruises.

The scenic beauty encompassing the land areas of the backwaters are equally enchanting. The lifestyle of the Keralites chiefly depends and orbits around the water bodies. The river banks are embroidered with the palm trees, cluster of mud houses with thatched roofs – depicting the picture of an unadulterated and chaste rural lifestyle. The exquisite natural beauty might change a normal mind to that of a poet – singing away to the glory of Nature !




Known for its rich cultural heritage, Trivandrum (also known as Thiruvananthapuram) is the capital city of Kerala. Popularly known as the city of thousand headed 'Anantha' (the holy serpent on which Lord Vishnu reclines), Trivandrum has several attractions in its sleeves such as temples, palace, beaches, backwaters and wildlife. The temples of the city are famed for their architectural brilliance. The city is also known for its tea, coffee and spice plantations.

Thiruvanthapuram city and several other places in the district loom large in an ancient tradition, folklore and literature.


The history of the glorious city of Trivandrum dates back to 1000 BC. South Kerala particularly the Trivandrum district had in the early past a political and cultural history which was in some respect independent of that of the rest of Kerala.

Modern History begins with Marthanada Varma, who is generally regarded as the Father of modern Travencore. Trivandrum was known as a great centre of intellectual and artistic activities in those days. The accession of Maharaja Swathi Thirund (1829-1847AD) ushered in an epoch of cultural progress and economic prosperity.

Trivandrum Attractions

Sri Anantha Padmanabhamswamy Temple

Sri Anantha Padmanabhamswamy Temple, Trivandrum

This is one of the most famous Divyadesams found in the State of Kerala. It is found 3/4 miles away from the Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station. Lots of bus and train facilities are available. Special trains run from Chennai – Thiruvananthapuram. This place is also named as "Trivandrum". Lots of boarding and lodging facilities are also available.

The Moolavar, Anantha Padmanabhar who is found in Kidantha (Palli Kondulla) kolam is said to be one of the speciality of this sthalam. A Shiva Lingam is found close to the Thirumugham of the Moolavar, which explains to the world that both Hari and Haran are not two different and separate Gods, but they are a Single and should be worshipped as one.

Sayana position on Ananthan, the Perumal is called as "Anantha Padmanabha Swamy" and the Kshtram is referred to as "Thiru Ananthapuram".


The Anantha Padmanabha Perumal is found in Sayana Kolam and since the Perumal is too big in structure; we can get the Dharshan of the Perumal in a single way. We can only see him in 3 Vaayils (entrance).

  • Through the First Vaasal, we can see the Thirumugham (Face) of the Perumal.
  • Through the First Vaasal, the Thiru Unndhi (stomach part) can be seen
  • Through the Final, Third Vaasal, we can see the Thiruvadi (feet) of the Perumal found in the Garbhagraham.

The world is Governed and Protected by Emperumaan, Sriman Narayanan. The Indira Lokam (or) otherwise called as "Swargham" is ruled by Indiran and Varunan, the rain god is one of the important person who belong to the Indra Lokam. 
The rain God, Varunan is necessary for giving the rain to this entire world and thereby making the land fertile and rich in its wealth.

Padmanabhapuram Palace

Padmanabhapuram Palace near Thiruvanthapuram was the erstwhile home of the rulers of Travancore. This structure attracts many visitors to this place. The interiors of the palace are decorated with splendid rosewood carvings. The palace is a well preserved structure and is an example of the rich heritage. It also portrays the craftsmanship of the people of the bygone days. The other attractions are black granite floors and the floral carvings on the walls.

 complex was constructed around 1601 AD by Iravi Verne Kalasekhara Perumal who ruled Travancore between 1592 AD and 1609 AD. This Palace reigned supreme as the seat of royal power, and the pivotal point for the growth of trade, commerce, art and literature. A large courtyard separates the main entrance. The king used to receive all his dignitaries in this palace. At the centre of the hall hanging from the carved ceiling, is a brass lamp, shaped like a horse-rider.

Exquisite wall paintings, fascinating architecture, sunny courtyards with carvings and sculptures are some of the outstanding features of this sprawling palace. Interesting sections and items in this palace are Royal chairs with Chinese carvings, secret underground passages .Belgian mirrors, hanging brass lantern .The centrepiece of attraction is the King's bedroom where the huge bed made of 67 different pieces of wood from medicinal plants. Next to the palace is an archaeologymuseum. The museum is a treasure trove of sculptures, mural paintings stone inscriptions coin and metal ware.



Chitra Art Gallery and Museum

Chitra Art Gallery and Museum, Trivandrum

Situated near Napier museum, It is a landmark of Kerala. 's ( a famous painter) painting is displayed in the art gallery. Paintings from China, Japan, Tibet and Bali is also included. He carved a separate niche for himself in the world of art. His paintings look fabulous. In this Art Gallery one can also see Tanjore Paintings. Some of the paintings are encrusted with minute semi-stones that look astounding. These amuse and enthrall onlookers. The gallery has a collection of miniatures of Rajput and Mughals. One can also find the works of RabindraNath Tagore,  and K.K Heber.

(1848-1906) was a great artist who brought Indian painting to the attention to the world. His magnificent paintings shine in their undying glory and it will continue to do so in the coming centuries, triumphing over the rigorous test of time.

Napier Museum and Chithra Art Gallery are located in the same compound. The museum has a good collection of artefacts. It is named after the Governor General of Madras; John Napier. It is an architectural splendour. The items preserved in the Museum are priceless things and traditional books. General Cullen's personal things are being treasured in the museum. It was built in the 19th century. The structure boasts a natural air conditioning system and houses a rare collection of archaeological and historic artefacts and bronze idols.

The fossil tree trunk stands close to the main entrance of the Museum. The Vishnu image of 8th century collected from Ambalapuzha temple in Central Travancore is the oldest metal image in the state. All wood carvings exhibited shows high degrees of excellence. Each and every exhibit has an astonishing and fascinating tale twined around it.




Offering luxury as well as budget accommodation options, Trivandrum can cater to the needs of every kind of tourist.


How To Reach

By Air: The nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram International Airport located at a distance of only 6 km from Trivandrum.

By Rail: The railway station at Trivandrum connect it with all the major cities of Kerala and India.

By Road: Trivandrum is connected to all the cities of Kerala by road.




Kovalam is undoubtedly considered as one of the best beach resorts in the world.The sea water also makes it an ideal health resort for its special and unique curative quality. Approximately 15 kilometres from Thiruvananthapuram is the astounding expanse of beach, called Kovalam. It is preferably suited for swimming, catamaran cruising and sun bathing. It comprises of three semi-circulars – shaped, sandy palm-fringed inlets separated by rocky cliffs. To experience a hale and hearty holiday each year from November to February, tourists from every corner of India and the globe flock into Kovalam. The term Kovalam literally means 'the grove of coconut trees'. Kovalam is famous for its special varieties of fish.


The credit of bringing Kovalam, a beautiful destination to the public eye goes to the Maharaja of Travancore. It was recognised as a holiday destination by the European guests of the then Travancore kingdom in 1930. The arrival of hippies to Kovalam in the early seventies made it a popular destination.

Kovalam Attractions

Beaches of Kovalam


Kovalam is famed for its mesmerising beaches, which offer a lot to capture the hearts of tourists. Apart from the scenic beauty, salubrious climate and romantic aura, the beaches of Kovalam also serve as the venue for the famous Kathakali dance of Kerala. Ayurvedic massages, Yoga and meditation centres are the other attractions here.

Lighthouse Beach

The southern extension of Kovalam is called the Lighthouse Beach, for its 35 metre high lighthouse, which towers over it atop Kurumkal hillock. This is the point where most tourists prefer to pass their quality time. Several temporary eateries and huts turn up during the peak vacation periods

Hawah Beach

Hawah Beach is the second largest beach in Kovalam. Offering picturesque views, this beach is the perfect place to see fishermen catching the fishes.

Samudra Beach

The northern part of the beach is known as Samudra Beach in tourism terminology. A large headland separates this part from the southern side. The local fishermen ply their trade on this part. The tranquil Arabian Sea stretches a long way and the tourists can laze around in the cool breeze pervading the place. This open beach is an ideal spot for swimming and bathing. The state's large sediments of the thorium-bearing mineral monazite, obtained in the sandy beaches of Quilon district, are proved to be very advantageous in our national atomic research and energy programmes.

How To Reach

By Air: Trivandrum Airport (16 km) is the nearest airport from Kovalam, which has direct flights to all the major cities in India.

By Rail: Trivandrum Central Station is the nearest railway station, which is connected to all the important rail junctions in the country.

By Road: A good network of roads connect Kovalam with the main cities of Kerala. State buses and Inter State buses have regular services.


Kovalam is a wonderful tourist destination offering a variety of accommodation options. From luxurious to budget hotels, Kovalam offers all. It also boasts of some of the finest beach resorts in Kerala.