Malappuram District Map


District Map of Malappuram

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Malappuram, one of the district of Kerala, was formed in 1969. The geographical area of the district is 3,550 sq. km. It is the third largest district of Kerala, as it occupies 9.13 per cent of the total area of the state.
The total population of Malappuram is 36,29,640 as per the census report of 2001. The number of male in the total population is 17,59,479 where as the number of female in the district is 18,70,161. The population density of Malappuram is 1022 per square kilometer.
The prospect of Malappuram lies in its tourism. The important locations are-
  • Kadampuzha
  • Thirunavaya
  • Valiya Juma Masjid Malappuram
  • Padinharekara beach
  • Manjeri
  • Adyanpara

Last Updated on : October 23, 2018





     


     

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