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Arangattu Parambu is a small village on the way to Pudiyankam from Alathur taluk in Palakkad district of Kerala, South India. It is a part of Pudiyankam Desam. There are some remnants of an old Shiva temple. A legend is that it was a very big temple, demolished during Tippu Sultan's aggression. There is a small mount nearby called Pallikkunnu, and a pond near to the remnants of the temple called Pallikkulam. The word "Palli" is always related to some thing royal or religions.
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