Pathiripala home town of is a small town in Palakkad district, Kerala, India, between Ottappalam and Palakkad on the Palakkad - Ponnani state highway. It is the largest town between Ottappalam and Palakkad.

Features of Pookattukunnu

Pookattukunnu is a village near Pathiripala. The river Bharatha Puzha flows near Pookattukunnu. A large quantity of vegetables, coconut and other products are exported from here. Pookattukunnu is connected to Paarapallam, Kottakad and Athrikkad by road. There are two small schools in Pookattukunnu. There are many cattle farmers and a cattle farm in pookattukunnu. A large quantity of milk is also produced here.

Lekkidi-Perur, Mankara and Mannur Gram Panchayats together constitute the town.

The nearest major railway stations are Ottappalam (11 km) and Palakkad Junction (22 km). A number of government and private buses offer connectivity from Pathiripala, to different cities and towns in Kerala. The nearest airports are Cochin International Airport, Calicut Airport and in neighbouring Tamil Nadu, the Coimbatore Airport.

It is famous for its recently-revived weekly vegetable market. Pathiripala is place which connects to Kongad. Pathiripal Higher Secondary School is situated near the junction itself. Pookkattukunnu, Nagripuram, Perur etc...are nearby villages.[1]

Arts and culture

The Gandhi Seva Sadan - Kathakali and Classic Arts Academy Kathakali training center in Kerala.

Science and Technology

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Near railway stations

Palghat Town&Junction,Ottapalam


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