Perinthalmanna is a city and municipality in Malappuram District. This was the former capital city for Valluvanad, a princely State of Kerala that was ruled under Valluvakonathiris. The branch of Pallava Dynasty, an ancient Tamil Kingdom, oversaw it. Perumthallu was the local name meaning fight.
Perinthalmanna’s prettiest temple stands atop a mountain. Here you can see the beautiful views of the surrounding country. The legends that tell the story of Lord Siva’s origin of the temple give some clues.
This beautiful kovilakom belonged to the Valluvanad Kings’ descendants. Kovilakom’s Padippura, which is the shelter at the entrance, teak-pillared veranda, wooden ceiling, and two inner courtyards are all extraordinary sights.
Jamaat Mosque, which dates back to 280 years ago, is designed as a temple. The charming village beauty of the area is enhanced by the beautiful mosque, which has blue doors and white walls.
They are both a tourist attraction and a historical landmark. Kovilakam is where you will find the former residence of Local Rajas. You can see the Vettakkorumakan Temple in the middle of the open ground.
This village is found in the hilly area of Nilambur and boasts amazing traditional craft forms. Terracotta furniture can be found here, along with wall hangings as well sculptures, tiles, and garden accessories.