Panniyankara

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Panniyankara
suburb
Kallayi Railway Station, Panniyankara
Kallayi Railway Station, Panniyankara
Country  India
State Kerala
District Kozhikode
Elevation 0.1 m (0.3 ft)
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 673 003
Telephone code 91 (0)495
Vehicle registration KL 11
Nearest city Kozhikode
Ganapath School, V.K.Krishna Menon Road, Panniyankara

Panniyankara has its origin in the 18th century situated in Calicut district in Kerala, India. The main features are police station, Government Homeo Dispensary, Sathram Bus Stop and Southern Railway. Government Homeo Dispensary was previously known as Princess of Wales Dispensary which was built in 1902 during British rule in India. Panniyankara is surrounded with the places such as Kallai, Thiruvannur, Kannanchery,Vattakkinar,Payyanakkal etc.

Panniyankara is proposed to have a Monorail station once the Second phase of Kozhikode Monorail project complete. Mohammad Sabir Baburaj M. S. Baburaj a well known Malayalam music composer is hailing from this place. Currently Panniyankara area is representing by Adv. A.V Anwar from Indian Union Muslim League in Kozhikode Corporation.[1]

Major Landmarks[edit]

  • Parvathypuram Colony
  • Princess of Wales Dispensary
  • Panniyankara Police Station

Madrassathul Alaviyya

  • Government U.P.School, Kallai
  • Panniyankara Library
  • Odakkal Bhagavathy Temple

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