Not many are aware about the glory days of Tipu’s military, the history of Palakkad streets and farmers, and the past of Palakkad that boasts of a collage of Tamil and Andhra cultures.
Percussion artists make a beeline to pay obeisance to the presiding deity at this temple, which is one of the 108 Durgalayas.
This small hamlet, the Ahalia Heritage Village, has medicinal plants, wild creepers, paddy fields, groves, ponds and sculptures.
Malamalkkavu Ayyappa Temple is quite well-known, not just for the blue lotus flower, but for the percussion ensemble of Thayambaka which is of a different school
The legend of the temple is so ancient that it begins from the age of Sage Parasurama. This area was among the oldest settlements of Brahmins in Kerala.
There are numerous spacious rooms, a central courtyard and other open spaces.
This hamlet lies north to the Kunthi river, is home to some of the most talented artists.
Kalpathy Ratholsavam is a ten day long remarkable festival, known for its unique rituals.
This historical monument is believed to be over 1500 years old.
A town where legendary writers lived and villages that echo the charm of glorious past, Palakkad is truly a treasure hunt.