Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area.

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  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, it's economy is mainly centred in the city of Manjeri. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, and Moyinkutty Vaidyar. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, it's economy is mainly centred in the city of Manjeri. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, and Moyinkutty Vaidyar. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam.പശ്ചിമഘട്ടം ഒഴികെ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ 5 പർവതങ്ങളുണ്ട് കേരളത്തിൽ.അവയിൽ മൂന്നെണ്ണം മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലും ഒന്ന് പാലക്കാടിലും ഒന്ന് കണ്ണൂരിലുമാണ്.ഇതിൽ പാലക്കാട്ടുള്ള മലയായ അനങ്ങാൻ മല 450 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും കണ്ണൂരിലുള്ള തോലമ്പ്ര മല 470 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലെ ഏറ്റവും ചെറിയ മലയായ അരിമ്പ്ര മല അഥവാ ഊരകം മല 445 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലെ കൊടികുത്തിമല 522 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും ഇവയിൽ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ മലയായ മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിൽ തന്നെയുള്ള മങ്കടയിലുള്ള ചേരിയം മല അഥവാ പന്തലൂർ മല 610 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും ആണുള്ളത്. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, it's economy is mainly centred in the city of Manjeri. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, and Moyinkutty Vaidyar. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. മലപ്പുറത്തിന് ലാൻഡ് ഓഫ് ഹിൽസ് എന്ന ഈ പേരു വരാൻ കാരണം മലപ്പുറം കുന്നിൻമുകളിലെ ഒരു നാടാണ്. ധാരാളം ചെറിയ കുന്നുകൾ ഉണ്ട്. സമതലങ്ങൾ തീരെ കുറവാണ്. മാത്രമല്ല കേരളത്തിലെ ഏറ്റവും പ്രധാനപ്പെട്ട മൂന്ന് മലകൾ ഇവിടെ സ്ഥിതി ചെയ്യുന്നുണ്ട് ( ചേരിയം മല, അമ്മിനിക്കാടൻ മല, അരിമ്പ്ര മല) എന്നീ മലകൾ ആണ് അത്. പശ്ചിമഘട്ടം ഒഴികെ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ 5 പർവതങ്ങളുണ്ട് കേരളത്തിൽ. അവയിൽ മൂന്നെണ്ണം മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലും ഒന്ന് പാലക്കാടിലും ഒന്ന് കണ്ണൂരിലുമാണ്. ഇതിൽ പാലക്കാട്ടുള്ള മലയായ അനങ്ങാൻ മല 450 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും കണ്ണൂരിലുള്ള തോലമ്പ്ര മല 470 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലെ ഏറ്റവും ചെറിയ മലയായ അരിമ്പ്ര മല അഥവാ ഊരകം മല 445 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലെ കൊടികുത്തിമല 522 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും ഇവയിൽ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ മലയായ മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിൽ തന്നെയുള്ള മങ്കടയിലുള്ള ചേരിയം മല അഥവാ പന്തലൂർ മല 610 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും ആണുള്ളത്. പശ്ചിമഘട്ടം ഒഴികെ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ 5 പർവതങ്ങളുണ്ട് കേരളത്തിൽ.അവയിൽ മൂന്നെണ്ണം മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലും ഒന്ന് പാലക്കാടിലും ഒന്ന് കണ്ണൂരിലുമാണ്.ഇതിൽ പാലക്കാട്ടുള്ള മലയായ അനങ്ങാൻ മല 450 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും കണ്ണൂരിലുള്ള തോലമ്പ്ര മല 470 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലെ ഏറ്റവും ചെറിയ മലയായ അരിമ്പ്ര മല അഥവാ ഊരകം മല 445 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിലെ കൊടികുത്തിമല 522 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും ഇവയിൽ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ മലയായ മലപ്പുറം ജില്ലയിൽ തന്നെയുള്ള മങ്കടയിലുള്ള ചേരിയം മല അഥവാ പന്തലൂർ മല 610 മീറ്റർ ഉയരവും ആണുള്ളത്. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred in the city of Manjeri. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, and Moyinkutty Vaidyar. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred in the cities of . The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, and Moyinkutty Vaidyar. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred in the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, and Moyinkutty Vaidyar. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is ill-famous for cruelty towards animals. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred in the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, and Moyinkutty Vaidyar. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • | nickname = The Mecca of Kerala football| image_map = India Kerala Malappuram district.svg| map_caption = Location of Malappuram district in Kerala| pushpin_map = | pushpin_label_position = | pushpin_map_alt = | pushpin_map_caption = | coordinates = 11°N 76°E / 11°N 76°E| subdivision_type = Country| subdivision_name = India| subdivision_type1 = State| subdivision_name1 = Kerala| established_title = District formation| established_date = 16 June 1969| seat_type = Headquarters| seat = Malappuram| parts_type = Talukas| parts_style = para| p1 = * Ponnani * Tirur * Tirurangadi * Kondotty * Eranad * Perinthalmanna * Nilambur | government_type = | governing_body = | leader_title = District collector| leader_name = K.Gopalakrishnan, IAS| leader_name1 = A. P. Unnikrishnan (IUML)| leader_title2 = Members of Lok Sabha| leader_name2 = * P. K. Kunhalikutty * E. T. Mohammed Basheer * Rahul Gandhi | leader_title3 = Niyamasabha constituencies| leader_name3 = 16| unit_pref = Metric| area_footnotes = | area_total_km2 = 3,554 | area_rank = 3rd| elevation_footnotes = | elevation_m = | elevation_max_m = 2594| elevation_max_point = Mukurthi| elevation_min_m = | elevation_min_point = | population_total = 4,112,920| population_as_of = 2011| population_footnotes = | population_density_km2 = 1157| population_rank = 1st| population_demonym = | demographics_type1 = Languages| demographics1_title1 = Official| demographics1_info1 = Malayalam| demographics1_title2 = Additional official| demographics1_info2 = English| timezone1 = IST| utc_offset1 = +5:30| postal_code_type = | postal_code = | iso_code = IN-KL| registration_plate = Malappuram: KL-10, Perinthalmanna: KL-53, Ponnani: KL-54, Tirur: KL-55, Tirurangadi: KL-65, Nilambur: KL-71, Kondotty: KL-84| blank1_name_sec1 = Sex ratio| blank1_info_sec1 = 1098 ♂/♀| blank2_name_sec1 = Literacy| blank2_info_sec1 = 93.57%| website = malappuram.nic.in| footnotes = }} Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred in the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, and Moyinkutty Vaidyar. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the former Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the former Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred in the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of the former Palakkad and Kozhikode districts- Eranad taluk and portions of Tirur taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language of the district. Though the headquarters of the district is in Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred in the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The rulers of two of the three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period had their earlier headquarters in the district- Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Now it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad taluk and Tirur taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises of seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language in the district. Though the headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centered in the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. The earlier headquarters of the rulers of two of three main kingdoms of Kerala during the late medieval period were located in the district. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the earlier headquarters of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Now it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad taluk and Tirur taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna taluk and Ponnani taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises of seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language in the district. Though the headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centered in the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Now it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna Taluk and Ponnani Taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises of seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centered on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Now it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna Taluk and Ponnani Taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna Taluk and Ponnani Taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district has contributed well to the cultural traditions of Kerala. It was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna Taluk and Ponnani Taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • NB:- Malappuram's development will become very slower for every five per ten years (LDF rule). Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna Taluk and Ponnani Taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna Taluk and Ponnani Taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. Malappuram district was carved out by combining some portions of Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk in the erstwhile Kozhikode district, and portions of Perinthalmanna Taluk and Ponnani Taluk in the erstwhile Palakkad district (before 1969). Now the district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The district has a hilly region on it's east, a coastal region on it's west, and a middle land that connects these. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, [[Hinduism, and Christianity. The district was formed by coordinating some parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and Palakkad district in 1969. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district was formed by coordinating some parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and Palakkad district in 1969. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district was formed by coordinating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district was the birthplace of many poets like Thunchath Ezhuthachan, Poonthanam Nambudiri, Uroob, Vallathol Narayana Menon, Moyinkutty Vaidyar, and Pulikkottil Hyder. Besides the poets, the district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district has also contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. The first Chief Minister of Kerala, E. M. S. Namboodiripad, was born in the district. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The economy of the district basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters of the district is Malappuram, its economy is mainly centred on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language in the district. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, the district was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. and several The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The judicial headquarters of the district is Manjeri. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The judicial headquarters of the district is Manjeri. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The judicial headquarters of the district is Manjeri. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The judicial headquarters of the district is Manjeri. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The judicial headquarters of the district is Manjeri. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. The judicial headquarters of the district is Manjeri. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district it's name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The geography of the district is diverse. The eastern part is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district it's name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven Taluks- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district it's name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani Taluk was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty Taluk was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the first E-literate and the first cyber literate district of India.}}</ref>}}</ref> The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the first E-literate and the first cyber literate district of India. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the first E-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first E-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the western parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malaipuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district is a combination of three historical regions of Kerala- Eranad, Valluvanad, and Vettathunad. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district is a combination of three historical regions of Kerala- the Eranad, the Valluvanad, and the Vettathunad. It was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district comprises seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), also known as Malapuram, in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the largest district of Kerala having both the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the east and the west respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the largest district of Kerala having both the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the east and the west respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the largest district of Kerala having both the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Though the revenue headquarters is Malappuram, the economy is mainly concentrated on the cities of Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, and Tirur. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts in the state. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts in the state. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. The district consists of seven subdistricts- Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the three major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. The Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy basically depends upon the emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts of district. The eastern part of district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through district. The economy basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile Kozhikode district and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts of district. The eastern part of district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through district. The economy basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu in the Ponnani subdistrict was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu in the Kondotty subdistrict was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malpuristhan ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed by incorporating the southern parts of erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of erstwhile Palakkad district in 1969. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the 10th district in Kerala by incorporating the southern parts of erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of erstwhile Palakkad district. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the 10th district of Kerala by incorporating the southern parts of erstwhile Kozhikode district and the northwestern parts of erstwhile Palakkad district. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the 10th district of Kerala. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the 10th district of Kerala by incorporating parts of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating parts of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating parts of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of districts of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. Four long rivers, a small river, and several tributaries flow through the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 revenue districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. The district is further divided into 5 sub-micro regions. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the GDP of Kerala, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the GDP of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is a coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, with its headquarters at Malappuram. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. The district has contributed many writers, and religious and political leaders. During the early medieval period, it was the headquarters of two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practiced in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (a part of Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area in the Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad by combining much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed in 1969 by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered in Kozhikode district and Palakkad after the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered in Kozhikode district and Palakkad after the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered in the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad after the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered as parts of the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad after the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered as parts of the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad following the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which had scattered as parts of the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad following the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which had scattered in the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad following the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which had scattered in the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad following the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), which makes it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu (an area under Kondotty municipality) was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken</ref>mhdjd.com</ref> language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven Taluks included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, and Mankada Firka and Perinthalmanna Firka (excluding Karkitamkunnu and Chethallur Amsoms) of erstwhile Perinthalmanna Taluk, and Ponnani and Andathodu Firkas (excluding Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of Ponnani Taluk of ersthwile Palakkad district. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, and Mankada Firka and Perinthalmanna Firka (excluding Karkitamkunnu and Chethallur Amsoms) of erstwhile Perinthalmanna Taluk, and Ponnani and Andathodu Firkas (excluding Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of Ponnani Taluk of ersthwile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, and Mankada Firka and Perinthalmanna Firka (excluding Karkitamkunnu and Chethallur Amsoms) of erstwhile Perinthalmanna Taluk, and Ponnani and Andathodu Firkas (excluding Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of Ponnani Taluk of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the entire erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, and Mankada Firka and Perinthalmanna Firka (excluding Karkitamkunnu and Chethallur Amsoms) of erstwhile Perinthalmanna Taluk, and Ponnani and Andathodu Firkas (excluding Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of Ponnani Taluk of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the entire erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Mankada Firka and Perinthalmanna Firka (excluding Karkitamkunnu and Chethallur Amsoms) of erstwhile Perinthalmanna Taluk, and Ponnani and Andathodu Firkas (excluding Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of Ponnani Taluk of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the entire erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Mankada Firka and Perinthalmanna Firka (excluding Karkitamkunnu and Chethallur Amsoms) of erstwhile Perinthalmanna Taluk, and Ponnani and Andathode Firkas (excluding Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of Ponnani Taluk of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the entire erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with erstwhile Perinthalmanna Taluk (excluding Mannarkkad Firka, and Chethallur, and Karkkidamkunnu Amsoms), and Ponnani Taluk (excluding Thrithala Firka, and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the entire erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna Taluk (excluding Mannarkkad Firka, and Chethallur, and Karkkidamkunnu Amsoms), and Ponnani Taluk (excluding Thrithala Firka, and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the entire erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna Taluk (excluding Mannarkkad and Attappadi Firkas, and Chethallur, and Karkkidamkunnu Amsoms), and Ponnani Taluk (excluding Thrithala Firka, and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna Taluk (excluding Mannarkkad and Attappadi Firkas, and Chethallur, and Karkkidamkunnu Amsoms), and Ponnani Taluk (excluding Thrithala Firka, and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was created by combining the erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna Taluk (excluding Mannarkkad and Attappadi Firkas, and Chethallur, and Karkkidamkunnu Amsoms), and Ponnani Taluk (excluding Thrithala Firka, and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. Now there are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of ersthwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding [[Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding [[Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding [[Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the British Malabar District, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Politically the district is a stronghold of IUML. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. As of 2019, the district ranks third in the contribution to the Gross Domestic State Product of Kerala, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Politically the district is a stronghold of IUML. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. As of 2019, the district ranks third in the contribution to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Politically the district is a stronghold of IUML. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. As of 2019, the district ranks third in the contribution to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. As of 2019, the district ranks third in the contribution to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It is the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district in India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The district showed the highest increase in urban population within the decade 2001-2011 among the districts of Kerala, with an increase of 410.21% in the urban population. It is one of the rapidly urbanising districts of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), officially known as the Caliphate of Mappilastan, is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode with northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode with northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode with northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode with northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts included in the district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts included in the district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts (Taluks) included in the district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of the district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts (Taluks) included in the district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj, and it became the headquarters of Malabar Special Police. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts (Taluks) included in the district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Before the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi Taluks were included in Kozhikode district while Perinthalmanna, and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. The eastern part of district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts (Taluks) included in the district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts (Taluks) included in the district. Before the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, the Taluks of Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi were included in Kozhikode district, while Perinthalmanna and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts (Taluks) included in the district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). The Arabian Sea lies to the west and the Nilgiri Mountains of Western Ghats stretches towards east. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on two sides. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The eastern part of district is hilly and the western part is coastal region. Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi, are the seven subdistricts (Taluks) included in the district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. It was the first e-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malapppuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers,Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malapppuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was the headquarters of the British troops in the erstwhile Malabar District during British Raj. Malappuram was also one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, along with Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malapppuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the British Malabar district, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malapppuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the valleys of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani, and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the valleys of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Until the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, the Taluks of Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi were included in the Kozhikode district, while the Taluks of Perinthalmanna and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Until the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, the Taluks of Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi were included in the Kozhikode district, while the Taluks of Perinthalmanna and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. At that time, the city of Malappuram which separates Eranad Taluk from Perinthalmanna Taluk was located right at the border of Kozhikode and Palakkad districts. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Until the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, the Taluks of Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi were included in the Kozhikode district, while the Taluks of Perinthalmanna and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. At that time, the city of Malappuram which separates Eranad Taluk from Perinthalmanna Taluk was located right at the border of Kozhikode and Palakkad districts. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The people who belong to various religions coexist peacefully, much like the rest of Kerala. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala as well as the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Until the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, the Taluks of Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi were included in the Kozhikode district, while the Taluks of Perinthalmanna and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. At that time, the city of Malappuram which separates Eranad Taluk from Perinthalmanna Taluk was located right at the border of Kozhikode and Palakkad districts. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Until the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, the Taluks of Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi were included in the Kozhikode district, while the Taluks of Perinthalmanna and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. At that time, the city of Malappuram which separates Eranad Taluk from Perinthalmanna Taluk was located right at the border of Kozhikode and Palakkad districts. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Chemmad, Puthanathani, and Edappal are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Until the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, the Taluks of Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi were included in the Kozhikode district, while the Taluks of Perinthalmanna and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. At that time, the city of Malappuram which separates Eranad Taluk from Perinthalmanna Taluk was located right at the border of Kozhikode and Palakkad districts. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Until the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, the Taluks of Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi were included in the Kozhikode district, while the Taluks of Perinthalmanna and Ponnani formed part of Palakkad district. At that time, the city of Malappuram which separates Eranad Taluk from Perinthalmanna Taluk was located right at the border of Kozhikode and Palakkad districts. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Malappuram was the centre of Malabar Special Police at that time. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Malappuram was one of the five divisions of the Malabar District, besides Thalassery, Kozhikode, Palakkad, and Fort Cochin divisions, during the British Raj. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Three of Kerala's five longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. Religions practised in the district include Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district is a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by gently undulating small hills. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed beaches, estuaries, small backwaters, and canals. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several gently undulating smaller hills. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed beaches, estuaries, backwaters, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, namely Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, and their tributaries, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several gently undulating smaller hills. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed beaches, estuaries, backwaters, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal, are some of the economically booming towns in Malappuram district. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, namely Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, and their tributaries, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several gently undulating smaller hills. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed beaches, estuaries, backwaters, Kole Wetlands, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Economically booming towns in Malappuram district include Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, namely Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, and their tributaries, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several gently undulating smaller hills. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed beaches, estuaries, backwaters, Kole Wetlands, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Economically booming towns in Malappuram district include Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, namely Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, and their tributaries, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several undulating smaller hills, which gently slope to west. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed beaches, Mangroves, estuaries, backwaters, Kole Wetlands, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Economically booming towns in Malappuram district include Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, namely Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, and their tributaries, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several undulating smaller hills, which gently slope towards west. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed beaches, Mangroves, estuaries, backwaters, Kole Wetlands, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Economically booming towns in Malappuram district include Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, namely Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, and their tributaries, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several undulating smaller hills, which gently slope towards west. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed sandy beaches, Mangroves, estuaries, backwaters, Kole Wetlands, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Economically booming towns in Malappuram district include Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Parappanangadi, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, namely Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, and their tributaries, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several undulating smaller hills, which gently slope towards west. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed sandy beaches, Mangroves, estuaries, backwaters, Kole Wetlands, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Economically booming towns in Malappuram district include Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Nilambur, Tirur, Parappanangadi, Kondotty, Chemmad, Puthanathani, Valanchery, and Edappal. Three of Kerala's six longest rivers, namely Chaliyar, Kadalundi River, and Bharathappuzha, and their tributaries, flow through the district. The high ranges on the eastern border of district forms a continuation of the Nilgiri Mountain Ranges of Western Ghats, which is also shared by the neighbouring Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu. A portion of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve lies in Nilambur Taluk of Malappuram district. The midland area of the district is also characterised by several undulating smaller hills, which gently slope towards west. The coastal Taluks contain coconut-fringed sandy beaches, Mangroves, estuaries, backwaters, Kole Wetlands, and canals. Malayalam is the most spoken language. The district has witnessed significant emigration, especially to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf during the Gulf Boom of the 1970s and early 1980s, and its economy depends significantly on remittances from a large Malayali expatriate community. Malappuram was the first e-literate as well as the first cyber literate district of India. Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in Kerala after Kochi, Calicut, and Thrissur urban areas and the 25th largest in India with a total population of 1.7 million. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas according to the 2011 census of India. The port town of Ponnani was one of the major ports in the Malabar Coast during the medieval period. During the early medieval period, the district was home to two of the four major kingdoms that ruled Kerala. Perumpadappu was the hometown of the Kingdom of Cochin, which is also known as Perumbadappu Swaroopam, and Nediyiruppu was the hometown of the Zamorin of Calicut, which is also known as Nediyiruppu Swaroopam. During the colonial era, Malappuram became the headquarters of European and British troops and it later became the headquarters of the Malabar Special Police (M.S.P) formerly known as Malappuram Special Force formed in 1885. The modern Malayalam literature as well as the Arabi Malayalam script took their shape on the bank of Bharathappuzha river and Tirur River in the Taluks of Ponnani and Tirur. (en)
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  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. പശ്ചിമഘട്ടം ഒഴികെ ഏറ്റവും വലിയ 5 പർവതങ്ങളുണ്ട് കേരളത്തിൽ. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is ill-famous for cruelty towards animals. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Today it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
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  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Now it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), located in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Now it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). Now it is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • NB:- Malappuram's development will become very slower for every five per ten years (LDF rule). Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala. Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district in Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district in Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the erstwhile Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to about 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district it's name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the first E-literate and the first cyber literate district of India.}}</ref>}}</ref> (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the first E-literate and the first cyber literate district of India. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the first E-literate district and the first cyber literate district of India. (en)
  • Malaipuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar district, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), also known as Malapuram, in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the largest district of Kerala having both the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the east and the west respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the largest district of Kerala having both the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the east and the west respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the largest district of Kerala having both the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The district headquarters give the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts of Kerala. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.18% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts in the state. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Hence it is one of the geographically diverse districts in the state. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. The Malappuram metropolitan area is the fourth-largest urban agglomeration of Kerala and the 25th largest of India with a population of 1.7 million. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala having Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malpuristhan ( ()), in the southern part of the former Malabar District, is a revenue district in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 revenue districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It was formed on 16 June 1969 as the tenth district of Kerala by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala in terms of area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the GDP of Kerala, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the GDP of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969 by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad, with its headquarters at Malappuram. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Domesti (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. 44.2% of the district's population reside in the urban areas. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad by combining much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross Stat (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed in 1969 by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered in Kozhikode district and Palakkad after the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered in Kozhikode district and Palakkad after the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered in the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad after the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered as parts of the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad after the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which was scattered as parts of the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad following the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross S (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which had scattered as parts of the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad following the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross S (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which had scattered in the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad following the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Dome (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating much of the portions of the Malappuram Revenue Divison of the erstwhile Malabar District, which had scattered in the districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad following the trifurcation of Malabar in 1957. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Dome (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), which makes it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 12.3% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur are the seven subdistricts included in the district. The economy of the district (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was formed by combining the entire erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villag (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the distr (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Malappuram district was created by combining the erstwhile Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. There are seven Taluks (subdistricts) in the district - Ponnani, Perinthalmanna, Tirur, Eranad, Tirurangadi, Kondotty, and Nilambur. The economy of the district basically depends upon emigrants. Malayalam is the most spoken l (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. Malappuram has the least per capita income among the districts of Kerala. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It spans an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi), making it the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is the largest district of Kerala with the Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of ersthwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding [[Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It spans an ar (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding [[Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). The city of Malappuram, the district headquarters, gives the district its name. It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969. It was created by merging portions of erstwhile districts of Kozhikode and Palakkad- Eranad Taluk and Tirur Taluk (excluding Feroke, Ramanattukara, Kadalundi, and Parudur villages) of erstwhile Kozhikode district, with Perinthalmanna taluk (excuding Mannarkkad and Attappadi firkas, and Chethallur and Karkidamkunnu Amsoms) and Ponnani taluk (excluding Thrithala firka and Punnayur, Punnayurkulam, and Vadakkekad villages) of erstwhile Palakkad district. It s (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()), officially known as the Caliphate of Mappilastan, is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode and northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernaku (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It was formed by incorporating southern parts of the erstwhile district of Kozhikode with northwestern parts of the erstwhile Palakkad. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area. It is also the largest district of Kerala bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on the eastern and the western borders respectively. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. Before the formation of Malappuram district in 1969, Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Tirur, and Tirurangadi Taluks were included in Kozhikode district while Perin (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). The Arabian Sea lies to the west and the Nilgiri Mountains of Western Ghats stretches towards east. It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea on two sides. It is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Malappuram, Manjeri, Perinthalmanna, Kottakkal, Tirur, Kondot (en)
  • Malappuram ( ()) is one of the 14 districts in the Indian state of Kerala, with a coastline of 70 km (43 mi). It is the most populous district of Kerala, which is home to around 13% of the total population of the state. The district was formed on 16 June 1969, spanning an area of about 3,554 km2 (1,372 sq mi). It is the third-largest district of Kerala by area, as well as the largest district in the state bounded by Western Ghats and Arabian Sea to the two sides. Malappuram is the third major contributing district to the Gross State Domestic Product of Kerala as of 2019, after Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram. The district is divided into seven Taluks - Eranad, Kondotty, Nilambur, Perinthalmanna, Ponnani, Tirur, and Tirurangadi. Economically booming towns in Malappuram district include Mal (en)
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