Ernakulam means "Home of Shiva" which is derived from a temple named Ernakulathappan Temple, which is taken from Sanskrit and also present in Tamil. The Temple's legend is connected with Mahabharata, where Arjuna received a great distructive weapon from Shiva himself called Pashupratha after he made a shiva-lingum from mud (which puts the history of this city beyond 5000 years). Ernakulam is well developed transport system which includes local private/government buses and private autorickshaws; however the main mode of local transport is ferries. Ernakulam has a numerous of jetties where passengers can travel to and fro from ferries. Travelling on ferries is much more efficient than travelling by buses and/or autos, as you avoid all the traffic. Ernakulam railway junction is situated at a close proximity to town's main shopping area located on MG Road. This Age-old city has a much to give with its developed transport system and infrastructure, Translation Agency which aims to deliver services of highest standards needs a city with such infrastructure and qualified Chinese Interpreters.