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Ujarulwar village is located in Manjeshwaram Taluk of Kasaragod district in Kerala, India. It comes under Manjeshwar assembly and Kasaragod parliamentary constituency. Kasaragod is nearest town to this village which is approximately 19km away. This locality is an essentially multi-lingual region. The people speak Malayalam, Kannada, Tulu, Migrant workers also speak Hindi and Tamil languages.


Ujarulvar is a medium size village located in Kasaragod Taluka of Kasaragod district, Kerala with total 245 families residing. The Ujarulvar village has population of 1328 of which 591 are males while 737 are females as per Population Census 2011. In Ujarulvar village population of children with age 0-6 is 201 which makes up 15.14 % of total population of village. Average Sex Ratio of Ujarulvar village is 1247 which is higher than Kerala state average of 1084. Child Sex Ratio for the Ujarulvar as per census is 1185, higher than Kerala average of 964. Ujarulvar village has lower literacy rate compared to Kerala. In 2011, literacy rate of Ujarulvar village was 83.94 % compared to 94.00 % of Kerala. In Ujarulvar Male literacy stands at 90.38 % while female literacy rate was 78.82 %.


Ujarulvar has 421.98 acre. Local roads have access to National Highway No.66 which connects to Mangalore in the north and Calicut in the south. The nearest railway station is Kumbla on Mangalore-Palakkad line. There is an airport at Mangalore.


The Hindus, Muslims,and the Christians, live side by side, each influencing and getting influenced by the culture of the other. Communal harmony and religious tolerance are the noteworthy characteristics of the people.Though the people speak different languages there is no barrier on the cultural unity. Mosques, Temples and Churches stand side by side as symbols of communal cohesion


Shiriya river is passing by the side of this village. In the Kumbla-Shiriya Estuary one can see White-bellied Sea Eagles (Haliaeetus leucogaster), Lesser Crested Terns (Thalasseus bengalensis), Greater Crested Terns (Thalasseus bergii), Common Terns (Sterna hirundo) Eurasian Oystercatchers (Haematopus ostralegus) and other birds. Eurasian Oystercatcher is an uncommon, winter visitor and can be seen in seashores and mudflats at estuaries .


Arikady Fort is a nearby tourist spot. It is also known as Kumbla fort. The fort is located at a distance of 2km from Kumbla on the NH 66 National Highway