Kulappulli

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Kulapully
town
Kulapully is located in Kerala
Kulapully
Kulapully
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates: 10°47′0″N 76°16′0″E / 10.78333°N 76.26667°E / 10.78333; 76.26667Coordinates: 10°47′0″N 76°16′0″E / 10.78333°N 76.26667°E / 10.78333; 76.26667
Country  India
State Kerala
District Palakkad
Government
 • Body municipality
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 679122
Telephone code 0466
Vehicle registration KL-
Nearest city Thrissur
Lok Sabha constituency Palakkad
Vidhan Sabha constituency shornur
Civic agency municipality
Website www.shornurmunicipality.com

Kulapully, located in the Palakkad District of Kerala,is a suburb of shoranur municipality, which is a part of ottapalam urban agglomeration .[1]

Geography[edit]

Kulapully is situated 2 km from the shornur town at the junction of Guruvayoor-Palakkad route and the Shoranur Bypass Road which branches off towards Thrissur.

Transport[edit]

kulapully has a municipal bus stand and is well connected to all the nearby towns. It is the starting point of the kulapully-palakkad highway which was constructed under the Kerala State Transport Project (KSTP).[2] Shornur Junction is the nearest railway station . Calicut International Airport, cochin International Airport and Coimbatore Airport are the nearest airports.

Politics[edit]

Kulapully falls under the shornur assembly constituency, and the Palakkad parliament constituency.[3]

Nearest places[edit]

  • Kulapully SreeKrishna Temple - 2.5 km from kulapully junction. An ancient Temple of Lord SreeKrishna which was destroyed in 18th century was recreated in 2007 by the devotees led by Shri.Erangodath Prasannakumar for the worship of devotees irrespective of caste, creed and religion. This Temple is an example for religious harmony and cultural integration. The old Temple is said to have been built by Pandya King Maravarman Sundarapandya in 13th century who belongs to the same clan of Pandya Kings built Sabarimala Temple. Five days long Prathishta dinam (Idol installation Anniversary) celebrations is the important festival of Kulapully.Kulapully Music Festival is also organized as part of the Prathishta Dinam celebrations held during the month of April/May every year. Eminent classical musicians participate in the Kulapully Music Festival.
  • shornur 2 km south
  • Ottapalam 12 km east
  • Palakkad 45 km east
  • Thrissur 35 km south
  • Pattambi 13 km west
  • Cherpulachery 15 km northeast
  • Vallapuzha 7 km north east
  • Kochi 110 km south
  • Kozhikode 103 km northeast
  • Coimbatore 100 km east

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