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For other uses, see Mankulam (Sri Lanka).
Mankulam is located in Kerala
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates: 10°4′25″N 77°0′15″E / 10.07361°N 77.00417°E / 10.07361; 77.00417Coordinates: 10°4′25″N 77°0′15″E / 10.07361°N 77.00417°E / 10.07361; 77.00417
Country  India
State Kerala
District Idukki
Population (2001)
 • Total 9,607
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)

Mankulam is a village in Idukki district [1] in the Indian state of Kerala.[2] The village is geographically located 32 KM from Adimaly, Idukki, Kerala. Most of the inhabitants came from the Central Trvancore area, Kerala during the time of encroachment in early 1970s.[citation needed]


As of 2001 India census, Mankulam had a population of 9607 with 4920 males and 4687 females.[2]


At the time of Poonjar Raja (King of Poonjar ):- East India Company begin the Rubber Cultivation/Plantation earlier 18-19 Century at Anakulam (Mankulam).Anakkulam is Famous "Wild Elephant Gathering Place" The Elephants drinks water from a Particular place of the Stream,within 5-15 mtr distances people can watch wild Elephants In "India" there may be only one place that have three Climates. Cold climate (Air Conditioned mode) there mostly cultivates Cardamom and Coffee, Tea.. Mixed climate place there Pepper, Nut meg, Arrac nut/betel nut,cofee, Coco ,Coconut etc... In Hot and high Humedity place Like Anakkulam there is mainly crops/Cultivation are "Rubber"

This is a naturally beautiful village near to Munnar. Majority of the people are depended on agriculture and allied activities for their livelihood.