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Vadakkekad village is located in Chavakkad Taluk, Chavakkad Block,Thrissur district in Kerala, India. Chavakkad, and Kunnamkulam are the nearest town to Vadakkekad village.Village boundaries East-Anjur, Kattakambal village and west- Punnayur village and South-Vailathoor village and North- Punnayurkulam village


The Vadakkekad village has population of 15,811 of which 7,127 are males while 8,684 are females as per report released by Census India 2011.Population of Children with age of 0-6 is 1918 which is 12.13 % of total population of Vadakkekad.. In Vadakkekad Female Sex Ratio is of 1218 against state average of 1084. Moreover Child Sex Ratio in Vadakkekad is around 933 compared to Kerala state average of 964. Literacy rate of Vadakkekad city is 96.21 % higher than state average of 94.00 %. In Vadakkekad, Male literacy is around 97.65 % while female literacy rate is 95.06 %. Vadakkekad village has total administration over 3,473 houses to which it supplies basic amenities like water and sewerage.


Total Area of Vadakkekkad village is 831.56.61 Hectares


The Guruvayur Satyagraha of 1931,the banquet was also held at the wife house of the great poet Vallathol. The 1930s were a time of general agitation in India and Kerala. Only a few people who believed in the idea of ​​independence came forward to work from this area.Writers like Lonappanasan and Kelappanasan were the ones who imparted education to the children through the Asankalari, the old centers of learning.The school was run under the supervision of Kuriakosachan under the Vailathoor Church. It was relocated to its present location in 1928 and has been functioning as Kallur St. Joseph LP School Mullamangalam Mana near Vadakkekad Vileri Peedika was born to Bharat Premji who won the Bharat Award for Best Actor and Priyadatta who participated in the Paliam Satyagraha. It was to this point that Arya Antarjanam became the wife of M R Bhattathirippadu , creating a revolution in the social life of Kerala through widowhood.


Vadakkekkad Village is a perfect agricultural area. Puncha is cultivated on the eastern border and Nanja on the other side. In the western region there is also a vast Kuttadan field. Then the important thing is coconut. It can be said that there are no cash crops. In the olden days, the lease farming system was in vogue. Most of the agricultural workers were from the backward classes.


Kadalaayimana is an Illam (House of Nampoothiris-Kerala Brahmins) in the Chavakkad (Chowghat) taluk, Thrissur (Trichur) district, Kerala, India. The Mana, or Illam, is situated near Vylathur, on the Guruvayur-Ponnani route, via Punnayoorkulam, near the junction where the road from Kunnamkulam meets, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) away from Guruvayur and Kunnamkulam. It is built on the Naalukettu pattern, based on Vastu shastra, a traditional Hindu system of architecture.