Neendakara is a village in Kollam
district 9 km north of Kollam city in Kerala, India
.It is Kollam district's intermediate fishing port.When Portuguese traders settled in Kollam (then Quilon) in the early 16th century, their ships passed through the Neenadakara bar, now the site of Neendakara Bridge, part of National Highway 47, which connects the village to Sakthikulangara across Ashtamudi Lake
St. Sebastian's Church is one of the important and the ancient (more than 900 years) Church in Kerala belongs to the Diocese of Quilon (which is the First Dioceses in Asia
) St. Sebastian's Church Neendakara, Kollam, Kerala, IndiaEvery year on January the feast of St. Sebastian is a big event for the entire christian families of neendakara as well as kollam. All the people,relatives, friends from every part of the World
make a get together for that feast.