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.
The pleasant and cool climate makes Nelliyampathy the best place for those who want to escape the sweltering summer heat of the plains.
The picturesque Kunnampidari Hill is situated in the middle of the narrowest Walayar-Chemmanampathy gap in the Palakkad mountain pass.
The District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC) in Palakkad is planning to introduce the adventure activity kayaking in various water bodies under its area
More than 40 such butterfly gardens had been set up at schools, public spaces, and police stations in various parts of the Palakkad distric
The Parambikulam dam, which is part of the Parambikulam-Aliyar project, is situated here. Both Kerala and Tamil Nadu share water from the dam.
As the day breaks, the cries of hornbills rouse visitors from their sleep. Mist envelops the lodge in the morning and dew drips from every leaf, blade of grass, flower.
The ingredients used are rice, black gram, fenugreek, salt and the same recipe which the family's ancestors had used is still being followed.
Before the Mana made it to the silver screen, it was referred to after the name of the village, Manissery.
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.