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Thrikkaipatta village is located in Vythiri Tehsil of Wayanad district in Kerala, India. It is situated 17 km away from Kalpetta.Meppadi is the gram panchayat of Thrikkaipatta village.


As per the Census India 2011, Thrikkaipatta (Part) village has population of 11998 of which 5753 are males and 6245 are females. The population of children between age 0-6 is 1655 which is 13.79% of total population.The sex-ratio of Thrikkaipatta (Part) village is around 1086 compared to 1084 which is average of Kerala state. The literacy rate of Thrikkaipatta (Part) village is 74.65% out of which 77.66% males are literate and 71.88% females are literate. There are 4.43% Scheduled Caste (SC) and 11.79% Scheduled Tribe (ST) of total population in Thrikkaipatta (Part) village.There are about 2,063 houses in Thrikkaipatta village. People living in Thrikkaipatta depend on multiple skills, total workers are 3817 out of which men are 2503 and women are 1314. Total 502 Cultivators are depended on agriculture farming out of 452 are cultivated by men and 50 are women. 425 people works in agricultural land as a labour in Thrikkaipatta, men are 278 and 147 are women


Thrikkaipetta is a picturesque village in the hilly district of Wayanad, in north Kerala. Being in the middle of hills and located at a moderate altitude, weather in this village is pleasant throughout the year. Thrikkaipetta is well known for its old Shiva temple, the word THRIKKAIPATTA in malayalam means bands in thre hands . It is dedicated to Lord Shiva . And rich folklore, and numerous art and craft units. This place is also an ornithologist’s paradise with more than 140 winged beauties, almost find all kinds of cultivations and spice plantations here like pepper, coffee, tea, cardamom, nutmeg, areca nut,


Manikkunnu hills and endless paddyfields as backdrop, this place cools your mind with all shades of greenManikkunnu Hills is a mountain range in Wayanad with picturesque views, sprawling spice plantations and luxuriant forest. An ancient Lord Mahavishnu idol can be found here where Pooja is performed once a year. Hundreds of people converge at the peak to witness the Pooja. Manikkunnu Hills is also a good spot for trekking and the uphill climb involves many adventurous stretches. . Uravu is a non-profit organisation at Thrikkaipetta village also situated here. Uravu runs a successful bamboo crafts design and production centre along with a bamboo nursery.