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Best roadside view for those are interested in natural sceneries. Very nice view. You can enjoy the sunrise with fog very well. Whoever coming plan to visit the nearby attractions. Road to reach here is good with good sceneries, hilly and bends.

Narimada- nadukani

those who enjoys mysterious places must wist this cave

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Koovery village office

Kooveri village office is situated in Chapparappadavu Grama panchayath near Chapparappadavu Bridge. Located 14 Km northeast of Taliparamba town and 35 km away from district headquarter Kannur. People commonly called this place as Village corner -Chapparapadavu. Kooveri Village includes three desham which are koovery, Chapparapadavu and Padappengad

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someshwari temple padappengad

Someshwari temple ----An ancient temple located in Padappengad. Various Theyyam like Karim Chamundi, Mangala Chamundi, Parava, Vannathi Pothi, Paraali Amma are performed here. The temple is located in a silent place. There is an old pond located at the front of the temple.

Chapparapadavu juma masjid

One of the oldest mosque in Taliparamba Taluk

Kadambu or burflower blossemed at Chapparapadavu flower looks like the shape of corona virus.

Hundreds of kadambu trees were blossomed at Chapparapadavu during the covid pandemic season. Interestingly the shape of the flowers is like corona virus

Theyyam ritual @Kooveri

The Theyyam ritual is practiced in Kannur in northern Kerala, India. This colourful ritual dance incorporating mime takes place from December to April annually to worship the spirits of ancestors and heroes. Kooveri village is also famous for Theyyam artists and the ritual. Many temples are situated in the village which performs Theyyam art. Which are vallikkadavu puthiyabhagavathi temple parakkode sreemuthappan temple, sri chamundi temple mangara, Muchilot kavu kooveri, Thirumkulam pottan kavu and kattamballi muthappan temple. Theyyams named Chonnamma, veera kali, Thekkan gulikan Vishnumoorthi, Chamundi, puthiyabhagavathi, Muchilot bhagavathi, Sree muthappan were performed on these temples