Anakkayam

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Anakkayam
Village
Anakkayam is located in Kerala
Anakkayam
Anakkayam
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates: 11°5′2″N 76°7′13″E / 11.08389°N 76.12028°E / 11.08389; 76.12028Coordinates: 11°5′2″N 76°7′13″E / 11.08389°N 76.12028°E / 11.08389; 76.12028
Country  India
State Kerala
District Malappuram
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Anakkayam (Malayalam: ആനക്കയം) is a village and panchayat near Malappuram of Kerala, India.[1] Anakkayam is also one of the outgrowth of Malappuram city. It is located in the way from Malappuram to Manjeri. Kadalundi river is the main attraction of Anakkayam. Anakkayam bridge built in the '60s across Kadalundi river is the main landmark.

A Cashew Research and Development Center is located in Aanakkayam. Anakkayam was one of the battle places during the Khilafath uproar against the British rule.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Block Wise Panchayat List. Malappuram Official website. Retrieved on 2008-05-13.