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About Village

Ponmundam Village is a census town in the Malappuram district of Kerala state in India. The Malappuram-Tirur state highway passes through this area. This was a part of the Kingdom of Tanur (Vettathunad) in medieval times.


Population of Ponmundam as per Census in 2011 was 25855. As per census 2011, Male 11901. Female 13954, Number of Wards 16.


The name Ponmundam was given by Mamburam Thangal, who had a strong relationship with the village. He married a girl from the Neduvanchery Family called Ayesha. Her tomb is inscribed Ayesha Malabaria Ponmundam, who was the sister of chief commander of the Cheroor Pada, Mr. Saidalavi Neduvanchery. Folklore relates that at the time most people in the village were poor until Thangal told foretold that this village would become a Ponmundum meaning Land OF Riches.


The sex-ratio of Ponmundam city is around 1181 compared to 1084 which is average of Kerala state. The literacy rate of Ponmundam city is 79.4% out of which 79.84% males are literate and 79.03% females are literate. There are 1.52% Scheduled Caste (SC) and 0.18% Scheduled Tribe (ST) of total population in Ponmundam city.


Ponmunadm Village is a mixed place with dry and Paddy lands


No Tourist place in this Village