Perumpilavu

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Perumpilavu
Perumpilavu Akkikavu
village
Perumpilavu is located in Kerala
Perumpilavu
Perumpilavu
Perumpilavu is located in India
Perumpilavu
Perumpilavu
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates: 10°41′55″N 76°05′31″E / 10.698731°N 76.091942°E / 10.698731; 76.091942Coordinates: 10°41′55″N 76°05′31″E / 10.698731°N 76.091942°E / 10.698731; 76.091942
Country  India
State Kerala
District Thrissur
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 680519
Telephone code 04885
Vehicle registration KL-48
Nearest city Kunnamkulam
Literacy 100%
Lok Sabha constituency Kunnamkulam
Climate modarate (Köppen)

Perumpilavu is a village is located in north of Kunnamkulam in Thrissur district in the state of Kerala in India.

Cattle Markets[edit]

In the 20th century, it used to be more known for its weekly cattle market. The cattle market was held till late 90's. The cattle market has now been shifted into a nearby place called Ottappilavu.

Education[edit]

Now 'Perumpilavu' has well known as an educational zone having plenty of schools, arts & science colleges, professional and training colleges. Some of the major educational institutions are Ansar English School, T M High School and L M U P School.Royal College of Engineering, PSM College of Dental Science, Vivekananda teachers training institute, Mar Osthatheos B.ed college, Ansar Nursing College, Ansar women's college, Ansar B.ed College etc.

Transportation[edit]

As a diversion point of the State highways of Kunnamkulam-Kozhikode and Kunnamkulam-Palakkad, 'Perumpilavu' has become a comfort station for travellers with plenty of family Restaurants, 24-hour fuel station,KR Hotel(3 star) and other amenities.

Landmarks[edit]

Ansar Hospital is the Main Hospital of Perumpilavu. Parvakkunnu juma masjid is a Juma Masjid at perumpilavu and AlFurqan Juma Masjid (opp.fuel station) is the town Juma Masjid opposite Al-Khayyam petrol pump.

Perumpilavu has an Ayyappa temple that stages a rare traditional art called Ayyappan Thiyyattu.