|• Total||16.25 km2 (6.27 sq mi)|
|• Density||1,900/km2 (5,000/sq mi)|
|• Official||Malayalam, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Telephone code||0494 254|
|Lok Sabha constituency||ponnani|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||tirur|
Kalpakancheri is a Gram panchayat and tiny village in Malappuram district in the state of Kerala, South India. The name was chosen as it was the land of coconut trees. The Panchayath has many schools and had a weekly market on Wednesday. The weekly market was held in present day Melangadi, on between Puthanathani and Kadungathukundu. The bigger towns like Tirur, Kottakkal and Valanchery are about just 8 or 9 kilometers away. This was a part of the Vettattnad kingdom in medieval times. Lord of Azhvanchery and Lord of Kalpakancheri were used present at the coronation of a new Zamorin of Calicut. Some 20,000 people attended a Khilafat Movement meeting held in Kalpakancheri just before the Mappila rebellion. During the 1921 Mappila rebellion, a Muslim gang under the leadership of Odayappurath Chekkutty from Kalpakancheri guarded Kizhake kovilakam and Arya Vaidya Sala of Kottakkal.
Kadungathukundu is the main town near Tirur on the way to Valancheri, in the Malappuram district, Kerala, south India. It is situated on the border between Kalpakancheri and Valavannur Grama panchayats. Kadungathukundu is the main town of the Valavannur Gramapanchayat. This small town is a centre of academic institutions and other offices. Two higher secondary schools, an Arabic college, two industrial training centres, an un-aided high school, two primary schools, Kalpakancheri police station, Bafakhy Yatheem Khana, Valavannur Village Office and Kalpakancheri Panchayat Office are situated at Kadungathukundu.
- "Census of India : Villages with population 5000 & above". Retrieved 2008-12-10.
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