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Nilambur is a municipality and a taluk in the Malappuram district of Kerala, South India. It is situated close to the Nilgiris range of the Western Ghats on the banks of the Chaliyar River. It is about 40 kilometres from Malappuram city and 24 kilometres from Manjeri on the Kozhikode– Gudalur road.
Nilambur Municipality [ edit ]
Area: 36.26 km
2 Population based on social audit report 2008-09 Male: 20659 Female: 21106 Total: 41765 Population Density: 1149 km 2 Female Male ratio: 1.02:1 Schedule caste: 1315 Schedule tribe: 563
Landscape in inner parts of nilambur
Politics [ edit ]
The Nilambur assembly constituency is part of the
Malappuram District and Wayanad (Lok Sabha constituency).
Places of interest [ edit ]
Biggest Teak in Conolly Plot
Hanging Bridge across Chaliyar river
Conolly Plot - 2 km from Nilambur Town. The plot was named in memory of H.V.Conolly, then Malabar District Collector.
The longest Hanging Bridge in Kerala, across river Chaliyar will take one to the Conolly plot, which is just 300 metres off the Calicut-Nilambur-Ooty State Highway.
Teak, an old planted teak The
Teak Museum, maintained by the Kerala Forest Research Institute Banglavu Kunnu (Bungalow Hill) at Nilambur is famous for its winding road where ayurvedic herbs are planted on both the sides of the officers'cottages (which are now used as forest range offices).
Aruvacode Pottery Village.'Kumbham' and Artist Jinan has made this pottery village famous.
Adyan Para Waterfalls, situated a few kilometers away on the other side of the Chaliyar River. It is situated 14 km from Nilambur. Koyippara Waterfalls (near kakkadampoyil) is also popular with visitors. It can be reached by travelling through a side road through Akampadam.
Nedumkayam in the Nilambur reserve forest, where one can have a close look at the elephant camp run by the forest department. It is 18 km from Nilambur. Elephant Training Centre, where elephants poached from the forests were trained. Huge wooden cages can still be seen, though poaching has been banned.
Transport and Other Facilities [ edit ]
Nearest Airport -
Calicut International Airport - 45 km. Nearest
Railway station - Nilambur Road Railway Station - 4 km A KSRTC Bus Stand is situated here (Aruvacode). KSRTC Online reservation facility is available here.
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