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Pallikkara is a village panchayath in Hosdurg Taluk of Kasargod district in the state of Kerala, India. This place was once famous for its Tobacco plants until the late 1980s and the Historical landmark Bekal Fort lies in this Village.
Pallikkara is one of the developing villages in Pallikkere Grama Panchayath. Agriculture is the occupation of majority of the population. Income through agriculture related works, construction works and foreign money are the main sources of income.
Sri Maha Vishnu Temple of Alakkode, Pallikkara is one of the oldest Hindu temples in this region.
This village is supported by various Govt, Private Educational institutions from elementary to higher secondary.
Local roads have access to NH.66 which connects to Kasaragod, Mangalore in the north and Kannur, Calicut in the south. The nearest railway station is Bekal Fort Railway Station, Kanhangad Railway Station on Mangalore-Palakkad line. The nearest airports are at Mangalore , Kannur and Calicut.