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Independance Day Flag Hoisting

Independance Day Flag Hoisting ceremony done by Village Officer Sri.Vinu K Uthupp

Smart Village Office Inaguration

Hon'ble Revenue Minister E.Chandrasekharan Inagurated New Building of Mananthavady Smart Village Office

Smart Village Office Inaguration

Decorated Village Office at the time of Inaguration

Smart Village Office Inaguration

Staff Group Photo on Inaguration Day

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The Pazhassi Tomb and Musuem

The Pazhassi Tomb is where thousands regularly pay homage to the famous Lion of Kerala, Kerala Varma Pazhassi Raja. The tomb was constructed in the place where his body was cremated, and is situated on the banks of River Kabani in Mananthavady. In 1996 March this tomb has been converted to museum and today the museum is one of the centres in the State which attracts historians, researchers and students from far and wide. The museum also contains Pazhassi Raja's sword and other information about the cultural history of Kerala. The memorial is managed by the Kerala State Archaeology Department. Pazhassi Raja, a fierce King, is among the few leaders in the Indian sub-continent to ever score a military victory over the British. He is remembered for his love and undying loyalty towards his subjects till the very end. The Pulpally Cave was where Pazhassi took refuge until he was captured by the British.

Pazhassi Park

The Pazhassi Park in Mananthavady is a major tourist destination in Wayanad. The park, which is owned by the District Tourism Promotion Council.Ten boats, including two rafts, would be available and a permanent boat jetty had also set up on the banks of the Kabani. An amusement park for children, water fountains, interlocked pavements, five kiosks selling souvenirs and snacks, and an artificial waterfall had also been set up in the park. An open stage for performing cultural programmes, landscaped areas on the river banks and small gardens would also attract the public.

Muneeswaran Kovil

Muneeswan kovil is a beautiful area, situated in Thalapuzha in Begur Range in North Wayanad division. At Muneeshwaran Kovil also a camp shed is seen erected which a pre-fabricated structure is procured from Games Village .Five camping tents are also seen erected to accommodate tourist. The Muneeswaran Kovil NCC camp and revenue lands with tea cultivation are located adjacent to the camping site and all roads to this place belongs to panchayat . The forest area in muneeshwaran kovil is adjacent to the revenue area and the muneeawaran temple has been thronged by tourist since long.The tourist operators here have erected big buildings in the adjacent revenue areas to facilitate tourism .All these tourist were trespassing the forest area and spending time in the Muneeswaran temple and adjoining forest area. The envisaging of the ecotourism plan and the erection of camp sheds with entrance gate has checked the illegal entry to this point. Each person to Muneeswaran temple is charged entry fee of Rs 30.00 by the Makkimala Adivasi VSS who is authorized to run this.

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Village Office Mananthavady

Mananthavady village is located in Mananthavady Tehsil of Wayanad district in Kerala, India. It is situated 2km away from sub-district headquarter Mananthavady and 30km away from district headquarter Kalpetta. The total geographical area of village is 5434 hectares. Mananthavady has a total population of 34,663 peoples. There are about 8,183 houses in Mananthavady village.

Village Land Information.