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Angadipuram is a village located three kilometres (1.9 mi) west of Perinthalmanna, in Malappuram District of Kerala, southern India. It was the capital of the powerful medieval kingdom of Valluvanad. Angadipuram is also known for Angadipuram Laterite, a notified go-heritage monument. Angadipuram is famous for its two temples, the Thirumandhamkunnu Temple and the Tali Mahadeva Temple. Kozhikode - Palakkad National Highway 966 passes through the town and Angadipuram Railway Station is one of the major railway station on the Nilambur - Shornur Line of Palakkad Division, Southern Railways.


The village Angadipuram falls in Malappuram district situated in Kerala state, with a population 29642. The male and female populations are 13794 and 15848 respectively.


The Northern boundary of the village is covered by the stream let named Cherupuzha.The Southern part is with hilly terrain.The eastern part shares the boundary with Perintalmanna Village.The Western boundary is shared by Valambur Village


People belong to all the three classes viz upper ,middle and lower classes are living peacefully in this village.Out of which lower class families are more in number.People belong to all the three main religions -Hindu,Muslim and Christian are living harmoniously


Paddy fields are seen in abundance in Pariapuram and Puthanangadi Desom.Beautiful hilly terrains,calm stream let,domesticated animals enhance the beauty of the village


The famous Devi Temple -Sree Thirumandhamkunnu Kshethram is located in the heart of the village.The Chaver Thara related to the famous ancient festival Mamankam in Kerala history remains near to this temple.The eleven day long temple festival locally known as Pooram is held every year in the temple premises.Shornur Nilambur railway line is passing through the iconic railway station Angadippuram which is located in the eastern side of the village